"Jay-Z fucked up the 'hood, I always said that—write that shit down. They didn't clean this shit up for us."
The Pentagon announces the release of 15 Guantanamo detainees, Trump promises the "extreme vetting" of Muslim migrants, US Olympic runner Allyson Felix makes history winning silver, and more.
One person was shot at the second night of protests in Milwaukee, Louisiana still in a state of emergency due to massive floods, a suicide bomber in Syria killed 25, and more.
As a bankruptcy judge, I was shocked at the casual racism emanating from the bench in criminal court.
Walmart shoppers watched as crews in hazmat suits pulled evidence up through the parking lot's manhole.
The East Coast sweep charged 46 people and shows that even if the schemes change, some mobsters never will.
This series by Jill Freedman's is the culmination of her decades-long study of all types of men being funny, disgusting, adorable, and crude.
Look at the research on sex offenders' recidivism, and you'll find little evidence of a Poké-predator problem.
James "Jimmy" O'Neill is a low-key career cop known for trying to bridge the gap between police and regular people.
Bill Bratton, the biggest name in American policing who's known for controversial "Broken Windows" tactics, is heading back to the private sector.
Trump claims the presidential election will be "rigged," new Zika cases in Miami prompt a travel warning, Warren Buffett challenges Trump to a tax duel, and more.
At least New Yorkers have two and a half years to come to terms with their loss.
Black Market host Michael K. Williams discusses the violent implications of this underground economy, and why the dealers feel like they have no viable alternative.
This morning, police found bomb-making materials at Dallas shooter Micah Johnson's home suggesting he had "other plans" for violence, dozens of protesters were arrested in Baton Rouge, and more.
People grabbed baseball bats from the shelves, and a 17-year-old split a guy's head open with a can of food.
A new book offers a mesmerizing look at life among the most violent sections of early 20th-century America's Chinese underclass.
It's tough out there for people who support a guy who called Latinos rapists but still want to eat a burrito.
A muslim doctor was shot outside a Texas mosque, the death toll in the Baghdad bombing has risen to at least 200, China has plans for military drills in the South China Sea, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
The legendary Punk magazine editor Legs McNeil talks about the time he tried to interview his friend Patti Smith for the classic book Please Kill Me.
He also yelled about his love for fashion photography, and started doing the worm.
Residents generally seem to prefer 'homeless hotels' to regular shelters, even if city officials see them as a last resort.
Diamonds, sex with prostitutes dressed as flight attendants, helicopter rides—the allegations are wild.
"The funniest thing is, I love the system," he tells us from the notorious New York City jail.
Jake Dell shows us around the historic Jewish deli and talks about the responsibility of running his family's iconic restaurant after five generations.