The bulk are for noncriminal behavior, drug violations and low-level offenses. Since 1980, arrests for drug violations have increased by 170 percent, and racial disparities in enforcement have grown even more stark.
Beginning in 2016, according to one source, Ring provided its Ukraine-based research and development team virtually unfettered access to a folder on Amazon's S3 cloud storage service that contained every video created by every Ring camera around the world.
How an undercover oil industry mercenary tricked pipeline opponents into believing he was one of them, at Standing Rock and beyond.
"We want to cross the bridge and we want them to hear our claims," said a Honduran man who joined others from the refugee caravans in a hunger strike.
An investigation by a team of independent Mexican journalists shows that some 2,000 clandestine graves have been found in Mexico between 2006 and 2016.
While gang association by itself is not a crime, prosecutors regularly use it to bolster their cases. That's exactly what happened to Keith Shenery.
The new DHS program will give foreign airports around the world free software that teaches itself who the bad guys are, continuing society's relentless swapping of human judgment for machine learning.
Bernie Sanders's clumsy comments about voters in Florida and Georgia reignited a debate on how politicians talk about racism.
Amazon's new headquarters will bring it at least $4.6 billion in state and local subsidies, according to an analysis by Good Jobs First.
The Murdoch family is warmly received in the hallways of power and money. But they should be ostracized in the same way that Steve Bannon has.
Earlier this week, The Intercept was able to select "white genocide conspiracy theory" as a pre-defined "detailed targeting" criterion on the social network to promote two articles to an interest group that Facebook pegged at 168,000 users large and defined as "people who have expressed an interest or like pages related to White genocide conspiracy theory."
Raziq was a classic product of America's failed policy in Afghanistan, wherein personalities have been propped up over — and sometimes at the expense of — institutions.
What lesson should be learned from the brutal murder of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi and the ongoing geopolitical fallout from his death?
Kentucky's willingness to gamble massively on high-risk alternative investments for its pensions has made the state an easy mark for Wall Street hucksters.
At a monthly check-in at the ICE office, Carlos would report names of other undocumented people. The agent told him to focus on "illegal aliens" with criminal histories and charges like drunken driving or domestic violence. He would need to produce one name per month for three months. If he refused, he would be sent back to Mexico.
The search engine, codenamed Dragonfly, was designed for Android devices, and would remove content deemed sensitive by China's ruling Communist Party regime, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.
A father took his 10 year old fishing. She fell in the water and drowned. It was a tragic accident – then he was charged with murder
With access to images of thousands of unknowing New Yorkers offered up by NYPD officials, IBM was creating new search features that allow other police departments to search camera footage for images of people by hair color, facial hair and skin tone.
The young newspaper reporter wanted to write a book about the war he was covering. But the editors who read his proposal turned it down, all of them. They said the book wouldn't sell because Americans were tired of reading about these violent foreigners and their centuries-old grudges.
A blistering letter from Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch calls a forthcoming search engine with blacklists "an alarming capitulation by Google on human rights."