Criminal Justice

Following, carefully, in his father’s footsteps—Homero Gómez in El Rosario. Photo by Jan-Albert Hootsen.
Jan-Albert Hootsen March 09, 2020
A shadow hangs over El Rosario where each year millions of monarch butterflies alight on the reserve's fir trees. Two local protectors of Mexico's monarch preserve have been killed, and so far, no one can say what happened to them.
Megan K. McCabe February 21, 2020
At almost every stage of his reporting on Harvey Weinstein, Ronan Farrow says, he encountered roadblocks from NBC’s leadership.
James T. Keane February 19, 2020
How a tiny U.S. Post Office in Ossining, N.Y., became the site of a caper for the ages.
About 70,000 people live in Rocinha, making it the most populous favela in Rio de Janeiro. iStockphoto
Eduardo Campos Lima December 23, 2019
The increasing number of fatal acts of police are among the emerging concerns addressed by the Pastoral of Favelas, an archdiocesan commission created 42 years ago to respond to the needs of Rio’s slum dwellers.
Jan-Albert Hootsen December 10, 2019
Mr. LeBarón, the family's spokesperson, said he hopes he can channel the grief and anger over the killings into a broad social movement. “We want to unite the whole country. We want a social movement, not a political one,” he said.
Jenny Shank December 02, 2019
'Body Leaping Backward' is a melancholy, atmospheric memoir that reads as a sort of urgent confession.