A new look at New York’s secret workers
Not all DNA evidence is equally valuable or trustworthy
Shootings are nothing like a riot.
Here's what I learned from 16 years' experience covering massacres—and making some of these mistakes
Jared Fogle's victims will split $1.4 million. That's more than most victims get—and not nearly enough.
Why would a University of Cincinnati officer pull over a non-student motorist for a minor infraction?
Obama wants to fix his immigration policy, but Republicans might make it worse
Sandra Bland's violent arrest shows why the law must change
Alice Goffman's acclaimed book "On the Run" tells a compelling story. But can we trust it?
"BBHMM" puts a materialistic spin on a social-justice blaxploitation classic
The sociologist wrote about joining a murder plot. Now she insists that it was "not about actual violence."
The questionable ethics of Alice Goffman's "On the Run"