The new mayor plans to settle the landmark case.
If only he'd made this a central plank in his campaign for mayor! (And not been an Internet skeezball.)
Helping ex-offenders get insured could have real public safety benefits.
Cars are getting quieter. Should horns be getting quieter as well?
The SAFE Act could lead to overcrowded prisons and misplaced law enforcement priorities.
Photographer Bryan Soderlind shares his collection of images from the infamous Orange Blossom Trail.
The stateside spread of vaccine-preventable diseases, in one map.
Next time someone tries to pick your Apple, give them a taste of your Yellow Jacket.
The age of practical facial recognition has begun, and it's only going to get more precise.
Law enforcement have largely respected the will of Colorado voters—and then some.
Now, it'll protect people who fire warning shots.
"What cops do is arrest people. If you don’t want to be arrested, you probably shouldn’t call the police."
The latest horrifying statistic from the American criminal justice system.
The other substitution effect is worth some study.
Marijuana start-up WeedMaps covers consumers' every need.
City buses and trains are vulnerable to terrorists, but trying to make them safer would ruin them.
The use of stop and frisk has declined 60 percent, and the murder rate is the lowest it's been since the early 1960s.
At the very least, it gives parents god-like knowledge of their teen's driving habits.
We seldom treat identity theft the way we do other crimes.