Kristian Williams is the author of Our Enemies in Blue: Police and Power in America and American Methods: Torture and the Logic of Domination.
The Best Police Money Can Buy
In the Fox series APB, police misconduct doesn't exist, and privatization and technology can fix any problem.
A new book of letters offers a glimpse at the man behind the reputation.
The Legacy of Anarchy Comics
A new volume revisits the series that breathed new life into the genre.
‘Two Wasted Years’: Orwell at the BBC
Some at the BBC fear commemorating George Orwell because he was 'too left-wing.' They probably shouldn't bother anyway.
Black Classics Reborn, Graphically
Artists draw African-American literature, from Du Bois to Hurston, in a new Graphics Classics volume.
Policing public space—with deadly results—in Portland, Ore.
Wedding Bells & Jail Cells
The gay rights movement must be about more than the fight for marriage equality.
A brilliant new book redraws Gazan history.
Opaque prose aside, Judith Butler's new book asks crucial questions about how we tolerate state-sanctioned death.
General Petraeus says he thinks the war in Iraq is winnable. His recent manual suggests otherwise.
Was a Portland attorney the target of the NSA domestic spying program?
Torturers R’ Us
President Bush denies reality