Navy sailors on ships are the most likely to be sexually assaulted in the military, new report finds
On one ship in South Carolina, the study estimates, one in six female sailors were assaulted.
The Dark Web Gun Trade May Be Bigger Than You Think
The first study into the dark web gun trade finds tens of thousands of dollars worth of transactions every month.
How One LA Neighbourhood Is Tackling Food Deserts
The solution starts once we tackle structural racism and systemic inequality.
New Research Offers a Bleak Perspective on Algorithmic Medicine
RAND analysts find that, so far, computerized clinical decision support (CDS) systems mostly don't work.
The CIA Did Not Drug Detainees Before Interrogations, Says the CIA
Documents declassified for VICE News reveal details concerning the CIA's internal investigation of detainees' claims they were given 'mind-altering' drugs before being interrogated.