Killing in Kansas Bar Put Victim’s Widow at Risk of Deportation

When Sunayana Dumala’s husband was killed in a suspected hate crime in February, she lost her legal right to remain in the United States.

Illinois Attorney General Sues Chicago Over Police Practices

Despite federal reluctance, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he would work toward a consent decree to overhaul officer training and discriminatory practices.

Two Men From Elite Universities Charged With a Killing ‘Dark and Disturbing’

A Northwestern professor and an Oxford administrator charged with first-degree murder made their initial appearances in an Illinois courtroom on Sunday.

Policing in Black and White: Killings of Blacks by Whites Are Far More Likely to Be Ruled ‘Justifiable’

Those killings are eight times as likely as others to involve no criminal sanction, based on a review of police data.