As a researcher in Ceausescu's Romania, Katherine Verdery did not suspect how profoundly the secret police interfered in her life.
"I guess you could say I was naive about a lot of things because I was being shielded from a lot of things. I never knew about cops setting people up until it happened to me."
The technique used to find the Golden State Killer suspect is gaining traction.
Incarceration during childhood may play a role in the health gaps that develop between white and non-white Americans in adulthood. What can be done?
Authorities say Antoine Travell Davis, a former staffer at a juvenile facility, egged on a group of teenagers to sexually assault a 15-year-old.
After pulling over a driver for speeding, two cops in Roswell, Georgia decided her fate with a coin flip. And then they arrested her anyways, despite the coin flip going the other way.
Asked whether he holds Russia responsible for anything, Trump said, "I hold both countries responsible. I think that the United States has been foolish... I think we're all to blame."
The Hart family's apparent murder-suicide in California drew headlines, but the path to the tragedy started much earlier — in Texas.
Lawyers, and even a judge, say Operation Streamline's rapid-fire pace is too fast for some defendants to understand.
"I wanted the world to know what was going on inside the police department."
Then I used music to grieve my father's death.
A survey of 49 states reveals that inmates with hepatitis C, a curable but potentially fatal disease, can't get the expensive drugs they need to cure it.
The tech has only identified two people correctly and led to zero arrests.
The day after the election, I received a text saying Michael Flynn was going to work on Syria.
These kinds of algorithms can help determine who goes to prison—and if they aren’t designed carefully, they can exacerbate racial inequalities.
I cannot refer to the Eloy Detention Center as a jail, prison, correctional facility or penal institution: the people held there have not been put on trial or sentenced, so, according to the law, they cannot be detained under prison-like conditions.
How prisoners stay intimate with romantic partners on the outside.
In America's deadliest big city, the task of announcing each new murder falls to police spokesman TJ Smith. One year ago today, he confronted a killing like no other.
Chef Ron Freeman wants his low-sodium ramen to become a commissary staple.
The data revealed that some police departments are unable to respond in an active shooter event.
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