by Jessica Goldstein Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 10, 2015
From two residences in Chicago.
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 18, 2015
Robert Durst got caught on tape saying he "killed them all, of course." What happens now?
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 12, 2015
Police turn to Big Data to drop crime rates. Could that turn into high-tech profiling?
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 10, 2015
Selfie culture takes a gruesome turn after a teen SnapChats a picture of himself over dead classmate.
by Jessica Goldstein Nov 20, 2014
Asking the experts: does serialization get in the way of reporting? Can first-person narration be objective? What is Jay's last name?
by Ian Millhiser Nov 10, 2014
“Just because we got Obama for a president," the accused murder said on a police video, "these people think they are real special."
by Jeff Spross Oct 23, 2014
A temperature increase of one degree Celsius could deliver a 20 percent increase in civil conflict in Africa, and a one percent increase in interpersonal conflicts in the United States.
by Nicole Flatow Oct 23, 2014
Sex offender laws are so strict that those on the registry are rendered homeless, and directed by public officials to live on the streets.
by Mary Beth Goodman Oct 3, 2014
Ill deeds on a mass scale require money – heaps of it.
by Ian Millhiser Aug 15, 2014
The indictment arises out of a dispute over who will hold one of the few Texas offices with statewide power that is still controlled by a Democrat.