The self-described democratic socialist has no problem being the underdog in the Democratic primary.
The former mayor of Baltimore argues it wasn't his policing strategies that hurt the city.
The Baltimore state's attorney gave a much more forceful case for justice than her counterparts in Ferguson, Cleveland, and New York City.
Cell phone video helped bring charges against Baltimore police officers. But it may be better to think of video not as the cure for criminal justice ills, but rather, the means...
Charges in Baltimore are one thing, but in police brutality cases, a conviction is a long ways away.
A new cyber strategy could provide allies with Americans' information gathered under proposed legislation.
Hillary Clinton is reluctant to take a clear stance on mass surveillance. But Sanders has no problem knocking the spy agency's "Orwellian" programs.
David Wildstein's guilty plea could be a headache for the New Jersey governor's nascent presidential campaign.
A new study finds that the EITC can have emotional and psychological benefits.
Each week, Josh Kraushaar and National Journal's politics team will try to stump you with a selection of absurdly esoteric political trivia, from the week in Washington and bey...
Seemingly every other viable Republican politician in the United States is lining up to make a run.