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Crime Is On the Ballot, But Data Do Not Support the Rhetoric

NYPD are seen cordoning off an area with yellow tape

Different approaches to justice are on the ballot in November 2022 in some public prosecutor and congressional elections around the country, revealing a deep divide about how differently Americans feel about crime and its consequences. But the data do not support the rhetoric.

Judge Orders Independent Inspection of Cleveland Apartments After Deaths, Warnings

Give women stand outside the Leflore County Courthouse in Greenwood, Miss.

A Bolivar County judge has ordered an independent inspection of the Sunset Village apartments just outside Cleveland, Miss., to ensure no threat of gas or carbon monoxide poisoning remains after two people died there in August. Residents continue to live in nearby motels and many warn that living conditions remain unsafe at their units.