by Caroline Cox
The Editorial Board of The New York Times argues that the death of Eric Garner was not simply the result of a chokehold, but also due to bad policy and poor training.
The laws that protect pregnant workers are very unclear, asserts Rebecca Leber in The New Republic.
At Salon, Luke Brinker discusses a new study by the Labor Department that reveals that millions of workers are illegally paid less than minimum wage.
Carrie Johnson and Melissa Block of NPR look at the recent Justice Department finding that the Cleveland police department has systematically used excessive force.
Alex S. Vitale examines in The Nation what strategies for police reform will actually have the most impact.
At FiveThirtyEight, Oliver Roeder considers whether the Supreme Court “is becoming too cloistered.”