Three employees charged in death of inmate at jail overseen by Sheriff David Clarke
Prosecutors say two employees deliberately cut off the inmate's water supply before a commander helped them cover it up.
Cell's Crushing, Reverb Drenched Demo Is Getting a Vinyl Release
The Montreal cadre's punishing hardcore is going to suffocate you.
Hypnotizing Music Video Visualizes Cellular Biology
Motion graphics artist Maxime Causeret takes on Max Cooper’s ‘Order From Chaos.’
It Took 15 Years to Map Every Gene Interaction in a Yeast Cell
Understanding how thousands of individual yeast genes interact in pairs could expose the underlying genetic bases of human diseases.
We’ve Destroyed 10 Percent of Earth’s Wilderness Since 1992
”If these trends continue, there could be no globally significant wilderness areas left in less than a century.”
Here's How a 22-Year-Old Yamatji Woman Died in Police Custody
I spent a week sitting in on a coronial inquest for Ms. Dhu, who went into a South Hedland cell and never came out.
Mexico Releases Footage of 'Chapo' Escape, But Will Public Believe It?
The footage is meant to silence theories on a larger cover-up for Guzman's escape. It shows the inmate pacing, putting on shoes, ducking in his shower, and disappearing.
A New Zealand Prison Is Giving Inmates Phones and Computers
South Auckland's brand new Kohuora Prison has a phone and computer in every cell and a bunch of people aren't happy about that.
We Made The Clubbing Emojis You Didn't Know You Needed
Texting about sausage-fests, clogged toilets, and vodka cranberries.
Jihadist's Tweet Fuels Speculation About Death of Khorasan Leader
A tweet posted by an alleged al Qaeda member suggests Mohsin al-Fadhli was killed by an airstrike in Syria, but the US is worried the Khorasan chief could be trying to fake his death.
Touchscreen Romance: How Modern Couples Get Connected
A new survey from the Pew Internet & American Life Project explores how digital technology and social media shape modern American couples.