Academics have studied the relationship between the two for decades. A new paper suggests there's nothing to it.
It's no longer just Appalachia that has a problem.
If only temporarily.
Just what kind of weird stuff did those cameras pick up?
The gunshot detection company is just the latest to enter the potentially lucrative U.S. school shooting protection market.
What Europe can teach the U.S. about criminal justice.
Ralph Steadman, Thompson's famous co-pilot, will help create a banner for the city.
The "stop snitching" movement meets social media.
Extremely frank tips for avoiding a night in jail.
Big cities may produce the most players, but the smaller ones have much higher efficiency ratings.
Pollution defeats the surveillance state.
Miami Beach and Minneapolis are neck-and-neck for "most entertaining" mayoral campaign season.
Mugshots.com wants you to believe that it's a good thing to make people pay money to have their mugshots taken down. (Spoiler: It's not a very convincing argument).
The fate of the controversial policy now rests with New York's next mayor.
The most anonymous form of travel is the best one for smuggling.
The technology is being tested, but legal hurdles still need to be worked out.
Some street food vendors are still using cooking oil made from garbage.
Disturbing concept, or most brilliant marketing ploy ever?
Despite concerns over an uptick, both felonious and accidental killings of police officers fell substantially in 2012.