Piper Kerman, the author of Orange is the New Black, was among witnesses
Anatomy of an Apprehension: The Three Keys to Catching El Chapo Guzman
How U.S. and Mexican law enforcement teamed up to take down the world’s biggest drug kingpin
New Guilty Verdict Could Be Bad News For SAC Capital’s Steven Cohen
Former hedge fund manager Mathew Martoma faces 45 years in prison on charges of insider trading.
Holder: I’m Open to ‘Conversation’ With Snowden
But the attorney general says clemency is out of the question
President Obama Commutes Crack Cocaine Sentences
Six of the sentences were for life in prison
As Former Victim Speaks Out, Lawmakers Target Human Trafficking
Where policy ends, community work begins
Bratton’s Return: Buckle Up, de Blasio
The legendary former NYPD chief is returning to New York. Will his relationship with this New York mayor be smoother than it was the last time?
Mayors Team Up to Fight Violence, Call for Feds to Act
During an address at the National Press Club, mayors from Philadelphia and New Orleans called for national action on violence.
The Navy Yard’s Lone Gunman
Details on Aaron Alexis are surfacing, but motive remains unknown
D.C. Horror: Shooting at Navy Yard
The Monday morning rampage sent shockwaves through the city, grounding flights and locking down schools as the manhunt continues for those responsible
At Least One Gunman Kills 13 at U.S. Navy Headquarters
Unknown assailant (or assailants) shoots several inside secure compound
The Next Verdict from the Zimmerman Trial
Now that the jury has acquitted George Zimmerman of the murder of Trayvon Martin, Americans will need to look elsewhere for answers to the larger questions of social and racial justice the case raised
Air Force General Who Once Battled Gaddafi Now Battling Military Sexual Assault
Just over two years ago, Air Force Major General Margaret Woodward was leading the U.S. air war against Libya that ultimately toppled Muammar Gaddafi. Now she’s fighting a more formidable foe.