Watch for the Hook: Sessions Continues His Dishonest ‘Make America Safe Again’ Tour 

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, the attorney general with the Mariah Carey memory, traveled to Milwaukee today to give a speech to law enforcement officers about violent crime in America. The speech painted a dystopian image of an America riddled with violent crime and promised a higher “tooth-to-tail ratio” in…

Defense Calls for but Doesn’t Get Mistrial After Bodycam Footage of Sylville Smith’s Fatal Shooting Is Shown in Court 

During the Wednesday-afternoon session of former Milwaukee Police Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown’s reckless homicide trial in the death of Sylville Smith, the public was able to see for the first time the shooting that sparked two nights of unrest in the city in August 2016.

Dontre Hamilton: Milwaukee Council Approves $2,300,000 Settlement for Son of Mentally Ill Man Killed by Cop

The Milwaukee Common Council has approved a $2.3 million settlement for the young son of Dontre Hamilton, the 31-year-old black man who, on April 30, 2014, had been sleeping on a park bench when, after a brief encounter, then-Milwaukee Police Officer Christopher E. Manney shot him 14 times, claiming self-defense.

Bucks President: Milwaukee ‘Is the Most Segregated, Racist Place I’ve Ever Experienced in My Life’

Milwaukee Bucks President Peter Feigin believes that he was just stating some "hard truths" when he said that Milwaukee "is the most segregated, racist place I’ve ever experienced in my life," Feigin told the audience gathered at the Madison Rotary in Madison, Wis., the Wisconsin State Journal reports.