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After Kenneth Law lost his job as a low-level cook at the Royal York hotel, he found another way to make money: peddling suicide kits on the internet. Now, he’s been linked to the deaths of over 100…
The long read: Paula Cooper was 15 when she murdered 77-year-old Ruth Pelke in her Indiana home, and was sentenced to death. But a campaign for her life came from an unexpected quarter
After the death of a reporter who investigated narcopolitics, her colleagues formed a secret collective to bring the killers to justice—and challenge a culture of impunity.
Stanford psychology and law professor David Rosenhan could transfix an audience in a crowded lecture hall with just a few words. “What is abnormality?” he would ask undergraduate students, his deep…
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Lawyers acting for the WikiLeaks founder said Dana Rohrabacher, a former Republican congressman, had brought the message to London from Trump.
A 17-year-old's death in California shows how fentanyl and fake pills, often sold on social media, are killing record numbers of unsuspecting Americans.
Is decolonization, in its present guises, really so progressive? One of the most ambitious counterarguments is presented by Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò in his provocative new book, “Against Decolonisation.”
CNBC obtained never-before-seen body camera footage that shows how investigators linked Jimmy Zhong to the Silk Road hack
The long read: Forensic scientist Angela Gallop has helped to crack many of the UK’s most notorious murder cases. But today she fears the whole field – and justice itself – is at risk
A new leak of highly classified Chinese government documents reveals the operations manual for running the mass detention camps in Xinjiang and exposed the mechanics of the region’s system of mass…
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