Just weeks prior to Freddie Gray’s death, police unions lobbied to crush a wave of reform bills in the Maryland legislature.
Anything short of pure reverence for Charlie Hebdo cartoonists generates tribal rage and vilification.
Tsarnaev Defense Cites Brother as Extremist Influence, Calls for “Unrelenting Punishment” of Life Sentence
In his opening statements, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense lawyer showed photos of the notorious ADX Supermax facility.
If you want to encrypt your hard disk, you should know the basics of what disk encryption protects, what it doesn’t protect, and how to avoid common mistakes.
Jeffrey Sterling’s attorneys ask judge that he “not receive a different form of justice” than Petraeus.
The FBI’s review of flawed hair analysis — its largest-ever post-conviction evaluation of questionable forensic evidence — is just the tip of the iceberg.
What Obama’s Refusal to Acknowledge the Armenian Genocide Tells Us About the U.S. — and the Rest of the World
What happened is a historical fact, and it shouldn’t be difficult to get presidents and prime ministers to say, “Today we remember the Armenian Genocide.” But it’s almost impossible, especially in the U.S. — because Turkey has made Armenian Genocide denial part of its national identity, and we’re dependent on Turkey’s support for our broader mideast policies.