"Muslims truly sympathetic to terrorism break down into two groups. The first are people who know the Islamic political narrative much better than Barack Obama does..."
Public-safety campaigns don't often break through our shell of indifference. This one, from New Zealand, broke through the shell for me.
"I just want to provide for my daughter. She's about to be five. I'm about to be 22. I'm an average guy, I guess. Just another statistic."
When a city applies moneyball methods to policing, it lowers the rate of offenses by an average of 10 percent.
"Here we were doing what was a 'strafing run' down the highway and talking to Snake Eye and looking for the craters at the south end of the corridor." Why we made this last leg of the journey by car.
Tuesday afternoon, Craig Stephen Hicks shot his neighbors in the small North Carolina town for reasons that are not entirely clear.
Less than 30 miles from the street where Michael Brown was killed, a popular gun safety course simulates "deadly force scenarios."
Ross Douthat accuses Obama of singling out the crusades, but they are part of the president's own Christian heritage.
With eight successful exonerations so far, North Carolina's Innocence Inquiry Commission could be a national model for fighting wrongful convictions.
Adnan Syed's successful request for an appeal means that the sensational podcast's story isn't quite over.
The dilemma with letting cops choose what to turn over—or releasing everything they see
The government may have won its case against Silk Road's Ross Ulbricht, but the hidden sites are getting bigger—and smarter.
The ancient husked culinary delight has entranced and befuddled Americans for over a century.
Public figures exaggerate the danger they've faced all the time—even though they're often caught.
Sometimes crowdsourcing pays off.
A golfer who paved the way for Tiger Woods died on Tuesday at the age of 92.
The infamous record exec has been charged with murder, his third strike, but his trial has already been anything but ordinary.
Darth Vader vs. Casper the Friendly Ghost, on an airport tarmac
After a quarter-century of service, the aging presidential airplanes are being replaced by a pair of state-of-the-art Boeing 747-8s.