As smartphone videos sparked a national debate about police brutality, Elena Mondragon's death went largely unnoticed.
A Canadian immigrant who makes white-nationalist videos with Richard Spencer is accused of trying to impregnate an autistic Hispanic teen — while he was married to another woman.
Boys from the poorest families are 20 times likelier to end up in prison than boys from the richest families.
Many dealers are themselves addicted to opioids and in need of treatment. Cracking down can have the effect of driving drugs deeper and deeper underground.
Whether in sports, politics or law, “process” can be a reliable tool for solving problems — or an excuse for maintaining the status quo.
The attempted murder of a Russian-spy-turned-British-informant is on the verge of becoming a full-blown diplomatic crisis.
Felix Sater has been cast as a Russian mafioso, a career criminal and a key business associate of President Donald Trump — but he spent more than two decades as an intelligence asset who helped the US government track terrorists (including Osama bin Laden) and mobsters.
They're enforced disproportionately against black Americans, sometimes with fatal results.
If you're going to run a red in your unmarked cop car and then try to ticket the driver who was legally completing a left turn... make sure that driver doesn't have a dash cam.
He’s losing weight, due to his inability to prepare meals. Often, it seems like he’s just wasting away. The worst part is, it’s all happening right before my eyes, and there’s nothing I can do about it.
A police official says that the department is ready to arrest him for sexually assaulting Lucia Evans.
In a fairly satisfying conclusion to one of the schadenfreude-ist stories of 2017, Fyre Fest's founder has pleaded guilty in federal court to defrauding investors and a ticket broker out of more than $26 million.
If you've ever gotten angry at someone who tried to bypass traffic on the side of the road, here's some instant karma action for you.
We're not sure if this is real or staged, and we're also not sure why this dude had such a hard time prying the door open. But we are sure it's really satisfying watching this guy get what he had coming to him.
Palantir deployed a predictive policing system in New Orleans that even city council members don’t know about.
A controversial medical examiner, exaggerated testimony, and bad forensics branded Jeffrey Havard a rapist and a baby killer.
How does law enforcement work in a place in constant crisis?
We cannot jail, fire or expel our way out of this crisis. We need other options.
It was my first time on a jury. I was 31, balancing two jobs while going to graduate school. It was 2009, New Orleans was infested with crime, and I remember feeling like I wanted to be part of justice.
A story of good intentions — and government blunders.
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