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Why Crime Is on the Decline Dec. 14, 2019

Diane Dimond

"Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime." — Aristotle Aristotle had a point, but there ... Read More

Crime-Fighting Developments to Be Thankful For Nov. 30, 2019

Diane Dimond

There are some citizens who, in this season of Thanksgiving, believe America is going to hell in a h... Read More

Remembering -- and Talking About -- Lynching in America Oct. 31, 2019

Laura Hollis

Michele Norris is an award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project. Last week, Norri... Read More

Policies That Make the Poor Poorer Jun. 15, 2019

Diane Dimond

See if you can find the logic in this. A local government issues traffic fines to residents for infr... Read More

After He Was Deported, He Sold Heroin and Ran a Brothel in Milwaukee Jun. 12, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

When they first arrested him in North Carolina in 2006, they let him go and asked him to come back f... Read More

Horrible Harvey Jun. 01, 2019

Diane Dimond

How is it that someone accused of dozens of criminal acts can throw millions of dollars at a problem... Read More

Rapists Go Free Day May. 04, 2019

Susan Estrich

He met her in an anorexia forum when she was 15. When she was 16, he lured her to his home, where he... Read More

Our Justice System Isn't Fair Apr. 20, 2019

Diane Dimond

We in America have lost faith. Not only is there a decline of religious faith in the United States; ... Read More

Illegal Alien's Prostitution Business Started Each Week on Capitol Hill Apr. 17, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

The regular weekly rendezvous took place at Union Station on Capitol Hill, just a short walk from Se... Read More

The Myths Surrounding Rape Victims Apr. 13, 2019

Diane Dimond

Former Pennsylvania Prosecutor Kristen Gibbons Feden has a message for defense attorneys who represe... Read More

Mug Shots Live on -- Even for the Not Guilty Mar. 23, 2019

Diane Dimond

When the suspect of the Christchurch, New Zealand, mass shooting was led into a courtroom, photograp... Read More

A Dark Night Finally Turns to Day Mar. 13, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

They could have just kept going, but they didn't. It was another cold South Dakota day on Feb. 28, 1... Read More

His Name Was Bobby Feb. 16, 2019

Diane Dimond

Now we have a name. After two agonizing decades, the "Boy Under the Billboard" case I wrote about la... Read More

Time To Retire the Perp Walk Feb. 09, 2019

Diane Dimond

Let's talk about a police practice known as the perp walk. It's the walk of shame of a suspected per... Read More

Advances in DNA -- a Detective's Best Friend Jan. 26, 2019

Diane Dimond

Raymond "DJ Freez" Rowe got away with murder for more than two decades. As a popular fixture on the ... Read More

7 Things Americans See That the Left Still Pretends We Don't Jan. 17, 2019

Laura Hollis

It is astonishing that in this day and age — after nearly 70 years of cable TV, 30 years of co... Read More

Here's to a New Year Filled With Civility and Less Crime Dec. 22, 2018

Diane Dimond

Professor P.M. Forni, 67, died earlier this month in Towson, Maryland. He was born in Bologna, Italy... Read More

Families, Kids and a Flawed Law Dec. 15, 2018

Diane Dimond

This column is dedicated to issues of crime and justice. But this time of year, it seems out of plac... Read More

The Cold, Hard Facts About Illegal Aliens and Crime -- There Aren't Any Dec. 01, 2018

Diane Dimond

We hear so much these days about the migrant caravan straining to cross into the U.S. Media reports ... Read More

The First Step in the Fight for Criminal Justice Reform Nov. 17, 2018

Diane Dimond

So, did you hear? Democrats and Republicans in Washington have promised to cooperate in finding solu... Read More