The World’s Biggest Online Drug Market Has Shut Down—What's Next?
Under mysterious circumstances, Dream Market is due to close at the end of April. Is the game up for the big online drug bazaars?
The Complications Of Liking 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' as a Black Man
Television shows about good cops are hard to enjoy when you are used to negative experiences with the justice system.
We Asked the Real 'BlacKkKlansman' Some Hard Questions About Being a Black Cop
Retired undercover cop Ron Stallworth talked about what it means to align yourself with law enforcement when you're black.
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These Drug Users Don't Want Their Dealer Prosecuted if They OD
"I love my friends and I love the people I hang out with and I don't want anybody going to jail because of my behavior."
Police Still Have No Idea What the Vegas Shooter's Motive Was
It's been eight months since Stephen Paddock opened fire on a country music festival killing 58 and injuring more than 700.
How Cops Botch Serial Killer Investigations
We spoke to a Robert Pickton investigator about police bias when marginalized people go missing.
Are Cops Posing as Uber Drivers Now?
At least one strange incident in Brooklyn suggests the answer is yes.
I Miss the Nonviolent Cartoon Cops of My Childhood
How an obscure 80s cartoon called 'C.O.P.S' showed me the lies in law enforcement.
An Ex-FBI Agent Explains What's Next for the Russia Investigation
"Facts are stubborn things, and they tend to persist even when people don't want them to be there."