The New York Times Magazine published a long, deeply reported story by Alec MacGillis about the resurgence of violent crime in Baltimore, where he lives. The piece was compassionate, detailed and closely observed. It was also misleading, in a way that could very well make things worse for the people of the city.
It's not just a matter of privacy — it's also a matter of accuracy.
Soon after he left court, prosecutors in New York announced a 16-count grand jury indictment charging the former Trump campaign chairman with mortgage fraud, falsifying business records and conspiracy.
The story of Ramsey Orta is one of continued and unending police harassment.
Since Freddie Gray's death in 2015, violent crime has spiked to levels unseen for a quarter century. How order collapsed in an American city.
Forensic genealogists at Parabon NanoLabs are using DNA databases to solve cold cases faster than anyone could have imagined. But how will their techniques hold up in court?
Inmates around the country are striking over dismal meals.
Maryland's highest court has ordered that his murder conviction be reinstated.
A grand jury counted each part of the "Empire" star's report of an allegedly false hate crime separately.
For decades, a gang of Chicago police tortured and forced confessions from people in custody. Now, in a historic move, the city is teaching this shameful history in schools — but not everyone thinks it should.
"I'm not aware of any criminal defendant who has power in the system. That is particularly true with respect to criminal defendants who are very unpopular."
The Boulder, Colorado PD has placed an officer on leave while they investigate this video, which shows him pulling his gun on a college student picking up trash.
How Mueller's probe compares with the work of other special counsels.
A new coalition of people in the sex trades wants New York to become the first state to fully decriminalize their work.
A marshal in Patagonia, Arizona threatened to arrest this 12-year-old while she was biking along the United States' Southern border.
Richard Vorder Bruegge, the most prominent member of the Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis Unit, veered from his original conclusions in at least three cases.
Photographer Lili Kobielski wanted to work at Cook County after hearing about the jail’s efforts to manage the increasing numbers of inmates with mental illness.
In the weeks since the alleged attack on the "Empire" actor first made headlines, the narrative has unraveled with several twists, transforming him from a victim to a suspect in three weeks.
In "Life and Death in Rikers Island," a former medical officer for the city's Correctional Health Services recounts the island's culture of brutality and abuse.
Guess getaway vehicles really do come in all shapes and sizes.
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