By Jeff Greenfield
With less than four months until Election Day, Trump has been serving up dire warnings that the violence would worsen if his Democratic rival Joe Biden is elected in November.
By Colleen Long, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
In our series on the issues shaping this election, we turn to the topic of crime and justice. Donald Trump has promised to curb crime through stronger “law and order” initiatives, while Hillary Clinton has addressed issues of racial bias…
By PBS NewsHour
Fred Thompson, a former U.S. Senator and Republican presidential candidate, as well as a film and television actor, died Sunday, his family said.
By News Desk
If any one place symbolizes the continuing frustration facing the Mexican government dealing with drug gangs, it is Michoacan, a western state of 4.3 million, which might have suffered as many as 1,000 homicides in the past year.
By Michael D. Mosettig
NBC plans to reshuffle its late night programming by pushing Jay Leno's show back to 11:30 p.m. Jeffrey Brown explores how the move will affect viewers and networks.
Jeffrey Brown reports on the HBO series "The Wire," which looks at the troubled streets of Baltimore through an unusual lens, and talks to creator David Simon about his attempt to break the traditional "cop show" genre.
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