Bill Cosby was sentenced on Tuesday to three to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home back in 2004 — the final step in h…
ICE told Carlos Rueda Cruz to focus on “illegal aliens” with criminal histories. He would need to produce one name per month or be sent back to Mexico.
Ilya Vett, 47, said he was printing the gun for his brother who has a firearms license, according to police. Vett has been charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
A woman in a ditch. A baby in a parking lot. The DNA Doe Project has the ability to identify cold case victims — so why don’t they take on every case?
A federal appeals court has ruled that prosecutors can withhold evidence that may prove defendants innocent before they plead guilty.
A former vice detective is at the center of one of the New York Police Department's worst scandals in recent years. Here is his story, as uncovered by a team of Times reporters.
A video taken at Logan Airport in Boston on August 24 shows a white Delta Airline customer service agent calling the police after a black customer asked to speak to a manager about her damaged luggage.
After a lukewarm second season examining the capture of American solider Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan, Sarah Koenig and her team dive back into the US criminal justice system for the third season of the popular true crime podcast. Is "Serial" back?
The "Serial" team pivots from taking up another extraordinary case and shifts its focus towards documenting, decoding and dissecting the ordinary everyday of the American criminal justice system using Cleveland as its site of investigation.
Twelve years ago, Amber Wyatt reported her rape. Few believed her. The authorities failed her. What do we owe her now?
With an investigation Golf Digest helped open, an Erie County court vacated a murder charge against Valentino Dixon, for which he had already served 27 years
Someone should give these cops a ticket.
"Spider-Man" on PlayStation 4 is a thrilling game and a naive, dismal representation of the character's — and New York City's — relationship with law enforcement.
When Chad Baker died from a lethal combination of cocaine and heroin, prosecutors charged Tommy Kosto, his friend and fellow drug user, with killing him — a tactic from the Reagan-era war on drugs that is gaining popularity around the country and making today's opioid crisis even worse.
The US prison system is broken. It sucks up billions of dollars each year and destroys lives. Could a Thai princess and an accidental criminal justice reform activist in the Pacific Northwest have the answers?
How Barack Obama's clemency operation failed thousands of drug offenders, some serving long sentences for cannabis crimes, and left them at the mercy of Donald Trump's whims.
At the end of a career as an explosive-sniffing K9 for the BNSF Railway Police, Faust got a send-off befitting his 8 years of service.
New York City served as IBM’s “primary testing area” for developing software that enables police to search surveillance video footage for skin color.
Kaepernick filed a grievance last fall against the NFL alleging that the league made a coordinated effort to keep him out of the league following the 2016 season.
Investigative reporter Susan Greene saw police officers surrounding a nearly naked handcuffed black man on the sidewalk in Denver and took out her phone. They then arrested her and told her to "act like a lady."
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