To the untrained eye, these appear to be legal documents, complete with the threat of arrest.
The New Inquiry has made an extremely precise but only halfway-serious interactive map of "White Collar Crime Risk Zones."
A Canadian homicide case puts the spotlight on police interrogations.
Russia's cyberwarfare operations are built on the back of their cybercriminal networks. Can the US and its allies take them down?
After accidentally killing my cousin in a car crash, my family's money helped me avoid county jail and the dangers that come with it.
For almost forty years, Kerry Max Cook did everything to clear his name after being convicted of a horrifying murder in Tyler. So when he was finally exonerated, why did he ask for his conviction back?
Dave Grossman shows police officers how to be mentally prepared to kill at any moment. But is the rise of a militarized mindset turning black citizens into targets?
The story of Martin Sostre, a revolutionary prisoner who challenged and changed the American prison system from his cell in solitary confinement.
These district attorneys talk about reform and perhaps make incremental changes, but they vehemently resist anything resembling a true overhaul of a broken system.
The case of Anna Stubblefield and "facilitated communication" is back in court.
Federal intervention to curb police abuse did not begin in response to the Black Lives Matter movement. It began 21 years ago in Pittsburgh.
Why does this video feel less like a message from a local sheriff's department and more like an ISIS-made home video mixed with a tough guy copypasta script?
If Arkansas carries out seven executions this month, it will continue a long tradition of experimentation, torture, and secrecy in the name of justice.
Across Canada, rival groups team up to publicly shame adults looking for dates with underage teenagers. But is it possible to be an ethical avenger?
Not long after Tamerlan Tsarnaev bombed the Boston Marathon, investigative reporter Michele McPhee went looking for answers.
The two active-duty Marines had made demeaning comments about one of their enlisted leaders, and both were reduced in rank and lost pay.
Nationwide, the number and pace of executions are down, but states are looking at alternative, previous methods after restrictions have increased making the drugs for lethal injection hard to obtain.
It has stifled suffrage, blamed immigrants for chaos, and suppressed civil rights. It's also how Donald Trump views the entire world.
When the authorities refused to go after Detective Reynaldo Guevara, his victims decided to go after him themselves.
In an age where smartphones are ubiquitous, two men are trying to launch a storied practice into the 21st century.
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