The latest high-profile case of a fatal police shooting in Chicago has taken a bizarre turn.
We spoke to the playwright who turned the women's stories, of deceit and police infiltration, into theater.
After 18-year-old Sammy Yatim on a streetcar in Toronto, the cops are adopting bodycams—but will the devices prevent violence, or turn into a tool for surveillance?
On Monday, prosecutors made their case against Peter Liang, the NYPD officer who shot and killed unarmed black man Akai Gurley in 2014 during a routine patrol of a Brooklyn housing project.
Despite the police being increasingly under the microscope for the deaths of civilians, and despite it becoming easier to document these incidents on camera, access to footage is extremely hard to come by.
Then we meet Arthur Brand, a detective who operates within the black market of art, and hear about the surprising new album from Agoraphobic Nosebleed.
We talked to Academy Award-winning screenwriter John Ridley about his show American Crime and how it breaks from the pack of true crime procedurals.
Protestors found not guilty of ABH and public disorder after CCTV footage emerges of police officers punching, kneeing and choking them.
A controversial review found the fatal 2013 shooting of Cedric Chatman to be justified, but the footage of his death is sure to stoke tension.
A former sergeant in the St. Louis County Police Department who served on the Ferguson Commission, Byron Watson reflects on changes in the infamous suburb since Michael Brown's death in August 2014.
The black market for drugs creates all sorts of twisted incentives for agents of the law.
Retiring Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey discusses what it's like to run one of America's larger police forces at a time of intense national scrutiny.
Every year, activists gather outside British prisons to make as much noise as possible in order to make inmates feel more connected to the outside world on the biggest party night of the year.
People of color keep getting killed in Chicago, and the most powerful man in town is feeling the heat.
Officials are trying to figure out whether or not eight soldiers had sex with two police officers in the chaotic aftermath of the tragedy that claimed 130 lives.
No charges will be filed in the Tamir Rice killing, the 'Affluenza Teen' has been taken into custody, and Islamic State scholars have outlined when an 'owner' can have sex with a slave.
The decision came as no surprise to family members and activists who say prosecutors have tainted the investigation.
A disturbed teenager and a middle-aged grandmother were shot to death by a police force that was already under intense scrutiny from all sides.
From hackers invading baby monitors to stolen cop cars to mass pig heists, here are some of the most bonkers capers of 2015.
I sat in on a training session that was designed to teach law enforcement officers how to handle the tense, potentially violent situations that can come from dealing with veterans with PTSD.
Things are very shitty, but at least we're talking about it.
The bomb threat that shut down the entire Los Angeles Unified School District Tuesday was eventually determined to be a hoax—but not before officials abruptly sent home students from more than 900 schools.
By now you'd think they would have learned—you don't fuck with Christmas, Christmas fucks with you.
Some security footage shows that 28-year-old Nicholas Robertson was brandishing a gun when he was killed by cops, but the local community is protesting what some say is yet another example of police using too much force.