What could be more useless than raw homicide numbers from over a year ago?
Only 40 percent of young minorities in low-income New York City neighborhoods say they would feel comfortable calling 911 if they needed help.
1 in 9 American prisoners has been sentenced to die in jail.
The Nashville city council is betting residents will happily use free dog-poop bags printed with a company logo. They're right.
The FINDER could change the way we rescue people from natural disasters.
Officials have confirmed that at least 13 people are dead.
This fall, the city will distribute a "special cannabis variant" to a select group of mentally ill addicts.
Tyrone Williams makes bike-sharing look cool.
A 300,000 square foot warehouse burned down, and the local fire department says solar panels are partly to blame.
BKLYNR's "All the Stops" feature visualizes stop-and-frisk data independent of its geography.
Even native English speakers now sound slightly Latino.
Educating an inmate reduces their odds of recidivism by 43 percent.
It's your body, but it's not your choice.
Instead of asking taxpayers for corporate welfare, teams could treat them like investors.
He had the perfect profile for a prisoner suicide.
The user-generated dictionary wants to introduce you to how police officers actually talk to each other.
Why it only makes sense for companies like American Express to stick with federal rules, at least for now.
Emails say that the murders are acts of vengeance for a series of sexual assaults.
States will have to abide by federal guidelines.