From culprits to cold cases.
They’re notoriously unreliable, easily misled, and landing innocent people in jail
Are bitcoin and the Darkweb as anonymous as people think?
She was fooled by a group of expert criminals. The rest of us were fooled by her.
Does the genre challenge our assumptions about crime, prisons, and justice, or does it reinforce them?
In its dignified guise, it has maybe only perfected a method of making us feel less gross about consuming real people’s pain for fun
Blood, semen, saliva, prints
How CeCe Moore is using her genetic knowledge to expose murderers
Anti-Semitism put Oscar Slater in jail. The author of Sherlock Holmes got him out.
Fitness trackers and the data they collect are the latest tools in solving criminal investigations
Women are taught to fear the bogeyman. The real threat is closer to home
The tale of a vampire pirate who was pardoned by a president… sorta
Madame Julius Fazekas was stewing arsenic fly-paper on the stove.
Jake Scobey-Thal is journalist and editor based in Brooklyn.
How the murder of a young college female turned into a divisive political battle (and why it shouldn’t have).
In the rural town of Elgin, Ohio on a summer day in 1982, a Post Office was robbed of stamps and money orders, and the Postmaster, one…
Imagine being hanged for stealing a handkerchief, cutting down a tree and for blackening your face.
Measures to keep the violently mentally ill from hurting others are about to be put to the test by the man they were designed to stop
No one warned me how easily my youth could be hijacked by a cult.
BY MICHELLE ZACARIAS