The French writer Valentin Gendrot spent almost six months working at a Paris police station, where he witnessed racism and almost daily assaults.
He allegedly wanted to start a "racial holy war."
Portland is a hotbed for Lego crime.
Women working the event for scions of British business, politics, and entertainment said they were repeatedly groped and propositioned.
Aspiring author accused of kidnapping Canadian journalist Amanda Lindhout in Somalia spilled the beans for promises of fame and fortune
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Dries, Rick Owens, Nina Ricci, & Undercover: Can We Appreciate Beauty in a Politically Fraught World?
Four designers at Paris Fashion Week demonstrate what it means to be "moved" by the beauty of a fashion show.
From sporting jewelry to driving fancy cars to speaking French at key moments, it took a lot more planning than you might think.
"The employee would bring the pizza out and in the box would be the cocaine," a police spokeswoman said.
"I know we won’t please everyone and to be honest that’s the last thing I want to do."
Tracking the far-right isn't easy.
A review of the controversial operation concludes FBI didn't break policy, but rules are stricter now.