Sandra Bland's violent arrest shows why the law must change
Alice Goffman's acclaimed book "On the Run" tells a compelling story. But can we trust it?
"BBHMM" puts a materialistic spin on a social-justice blaxploitation classic
The sociologist wrote about joining a murder plot. Now she insists that it was "not about actual violence."
The questionable ethics of Alice Goffman's "On the Run"
The defense of free expression should become stronger in the face of violent threats, not weaker
Baltimore's gangs came together to protect their community. But is that all they want?
The charges in the Freddie Gray case show that scaring cops is the best way to fight police abuse
Why the country's new president is executing more foreigners, despite international outrage
A Baltimore writer on racial tension and the limits of diversity
And not one officer has been disciplined