How Police Secretly Took Over a Global Phone Network for Organised Crime
Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders and extortion plots.
The UK's Modern Slavery Gangs Have Found New Ways to Exploit Their Victims
Under lockdown, trafficked people usually forced to work in brothels and nail salons are being moved further from the public eye.
Someone in Australia Is Stealing Crocodiles and Authorities Don't Know Why
Fifty-nine baby crocs went missing from a Darwin reptile park last month. "I’d like to know who’s doing it," says the park owner. "What are you going to do with 59 crocs?"
'Hands Up Don't Shoot': Brooklyn Erupts In Violence During a Second Night of Protests
Tensions erupted as people threw bottles, set off fireworks, vandalised police vehicles – even set a van on fire – while the NYPD used mace and attacked demonstrators with clubs.