violent crime

The president has previously used the term “savages” to refer to terrorists and violent criminals.
“Most rape is just lazy, just careless, just insensitive,” said "The Female Eunuch" author.
The attorney general said passing the reform legislation would be a "grave error" and benefit a "highly dangerous cohort of criminals."
The pop star posed in camouflage with Rio de Janeiro police last week amid a police violence epidemic.
The mayor is announcing a task force to reduce domestic abuse in the city.
Data is easy to misuse. Sadly, it’s also easy to fabricate.
Every era has its representative figure. The Neolithic era had the Farmer. The avatar of the Middle Ages was the Monk, bent
If you are worried about violence getting out of hand in American, you may be missing a key point. It is true that violent crimes have been steadily declining. Between 1964 and 1991, the rate of violent crime in the United States quadrupled. Then, rates entered a period of steady decline, falling by almost 50 percent.
It's time to stop giving a free pass to men who commit heinous acts.
Philadelphia has a murder problem, which means it has a shooting problem, which means it has a problem with kids. Because I don't care whether we are talking about North Philly, Chicago Heights, East St. Louis or Timbuktu, when it comes to violence, this problem first shows up in kids, particularly early-teen boys.
New research offers insight into the link between lead -- still found in water, soil and old paint -- and criminal behavior.
You cannot police self-hatred. It stems from poverty and a lack of opportunity. It's easy to blame the violence on gangs, but you will find that the majority of violence is interpersonal if you dig a little deeper.
Long story short, when thinking about prison reform, stakeholders need to consider the needs of the many, not the few. Reforms should be applicable to most prisoners, not solely first-time, non-violent drug offenders.
This week, FBI Director James B. Comey became the latest public figure to claim that national scrutiny of police has contributed to a "spike" in violent crime in America. This nefarious theory, dubbed the "Ferguson Effect" has become a regular talking point on conservative media.