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The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is investigating accusations of assault against New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Schneiderman, who rose to prominence as an antagonist of the Trump administration, resigned after four women told The New Yorker that he had physically assaulted them.Schneiderman denied the...

By Lauren Moxley On April 17, 2018, the European Commission published the e-Evidence Initiative, long-awaited legislation that would create a new framework for European Union (“EU”) Member States to access content data and metadata (collectively “e-evidence”) across national borders. The European Commission released the proposal less...

The order came from a 15-year-old on a bicycle near a Chicago park in 2001: “Shoot him, shoot him.” Benard McKinley, 16, obliged. And Abdo Serna-Ibarra, 23, never made his way to the soccer field. Benard McKinley. Graphic by Jeanne Kuang/Injustice Watch McKinley was later arrested and charged...