Central Park Jogger Case News
Trump's Attack on Rep. John Lewis Spotlights Tenuous Relationship With African-Americans
Donald Trump's attack on Rep. John Lewis, a civil rights icon, this weekend has rekindled the perception among many critics that the president-elect has done little to improve his standing among black voters, who consistently gave him single-digit approval ratings during the presidential campaign .
Ava Duvernay Hopes You Will Leave '13th' With a Curiosity to Know More
Duvernay appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about the making of and inspiration behind her new documentary "13th."
Trump Reiterates 'Guilt' of Exonerated Central Park Jogger Suspects
Donald Trump -- who almost three decades ago made a veiled call for the execution of the now-exonerated suspects in the Central Park jogger case -- waded back into the fray of the 27-year-old crime , reiterating his suggestion the men were "guilty" and calling a settlement reached with the city
Echoes of Trump's Controversial Central Park Jogger Letter Linger in Campaign Rhetoric
Announcing his presidential campaign last year in the lobby of his New York building, Donald Trump issued a dire warning about Mexican immigrants, painting them as murderers and rapists undermining safety in the U.S. Since then, he has consistently mentioned uncontrolled immigration as one of the
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Trump Wants NY Death Penalty Reinstated In 1989
APRIL 30, 1989: In light of the Central Park Five investigation, Donald Trump calls for the reinstatement of New York's death penalty.
'Making a Murderer's' Brendan Dassey's Conviction Overturned
A federal judge in Milwaukee has overturned the murder conviction of Dassey, one of the men featured in the controversial Netflix true crime series.
'Making a Murderer': Breaking Down Brendan Dassey's Confession
The videotape of Dassey telling Manitowoc County police he helped his uncle rape and kill Teresa Halbach was the centerpiece of evidence prosecutors used at his murder trial.
'Making a Murderer': The Complicated Argument Over Brendan Dassey's Confession
Brendan Dassey was just 16 years old when he told police that he helped his uncle Steven Avery carry out the rape, murder and dismemberment of 25-year-old Teresa Halbach. Dassey's videotaped confession during the four-hour interrogation jumped into the national consciousness after the tapes
'This Week' Web Extra: Ken Burns
The documentary filmmaker on his latest PBS project and advice for filmmakers.
Trayvon Martin & 8 Other Trials That Stirred Racial Tensions
When George Zimmerman's "not guilty" verdict was announced Saturday evening, the news inspired protests in cities across the U.S. The ruling hit black communities especially hard, with many calling the case an indicator of systemic racial injustice. However, Trayvon Martin's case is hardly the