Jussie Smollett paid 2 guys $3,500 to fake a hate crime because he was "dissatisfied with his salary," police say
“I’m left hanging my head asking why, why would anyone, especially an African American man, use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations," Chicago Superintendent Eddie Johnson said.
Barred from the Ballot Box
In today's New York's primary, more than 100,000 people are banned from voting because of felony convictions. VICE News meets a man trying to reclaim his voting rights, and an organization fighting to change the law.
How Georgia's Driver's License Law Turns Latinos into Felons
In some cities in Georgia, Latinos make up 13 percent of the population but 63 percent of arrests for driving without a license, which is considered a felony.
Police Are Investigating a Colorado High School Sexting Scandal Involving Hundreds of Students
In Colorado, hundreds of high school students are in the wake of a massive sexting scandal. Some participants are at risk of felony charges.