Richard Wershe Jr. spent more than 30 years in jail after he says police turned him into a snitch and abandoned him.
At 14, he was the youngest known FBI informant in U.S. history.
Robert Williams was arrested last year in Detroit after a facial recognition system misidentified him as a suspect.
For “Love Us in the Light,” the first episode of Transnational, VICE World News traveled to Detroit to hear about the efforts to honor Kelly Stough, killed by a pastor in 2018.
When a utility repossessed nearly 1,400 streetlights, 12,000 residents were left in the dark. Now, a non-profit is installing solar-powered versions.
Ford, General Motors, and dozens of other companies put out a joint statement, writing that it was their responsibility to speak up.
The angry mob outside Jocelyn Benson's home chanted “Stop the steal!”, the same day President Trump was whipping up supporters at a Georgia rally, saying "We will still win it.”
The board of state canvassers voted to certify Joe Biden’s big margin of victory after a key member refused to bow to Trump’s pressure campaign.
Scores of Trump's "ballot challengers" gathered outside TCF Center in Detroit where mail-in ballots are expected to push Joe Biden another step closer to the presidency.
The pair orchestrated about 85,000 robocalls designed to suppress voter turnout, especially in Detroit.
The city’s own police chief admits the technology misidentifies 96 percent of time and yet the city voted to extend its use.
Trump spent the rally calling for the return of college football and warning that "residents of antifa" are coming to a suburb near you.