The Strange Case of 'Joe Exotic,' the Zookeeper Accused of Attempted Murder
"I am the most dangerous exotic animal owner on this planet right now. And before you bring me down, it is my belief that you will stop breathing."
FBI Really Wanted America to Believe Oswald Killed JFK, Files Show
The 2,891 recently released files shed light on the hectic aftermath of the assassination, as well as a significant memo from J. Edgar Hoover.
Thousands of Previously Unseen JFK Assassination Files to Be Released This Week
Experts believe the documents will reveal new info on a trip Lee Harvey Oswald took to Mexico, where he met with Cuban and Russian spies.
What Federal Prisoners Are Saying About President Obama Freeing Nonviolent Drug Offenders
On Monday, President Obama commuted the sentences of 46 people, bringing his total since taking office to 89. I reached out to some old friends from inside to see if they expect a mass exodus from the prison-industrial complex.
After Years of Abuses, Has Philadelphia's Police Department Finally Turned the Corner?
A Philadelphia crime reporter reflects on the scandals that have hit the city's law enforcement apparatus – and the promise of reform.