Epstein’s Coney Island Days: From Nerd to ‘Arrogant’ Prick
Farmers’ Markets Have New Unwelcome Guests: Fascists
In public they sell organic vegetables. In private they join white supremacist groups. Now activists are pushing back.
New Docs Point to Blind Spots of NYPD ‘Predictive Policing’
“They’re digitizing the legacy of stop-and-frisk. This is effectively math-washing racially biased policing practices.”
Why Can’t the Most Lethal Military in History Win its Wars?
The U.S. funds its military to the tune of $650 billion a year, more than the next seven nations’ spending combined. So why don’t we have more to show for it?
Ghislaine Maxwell’s Father Was a Lot Like Jeffrey Epstein
Robert Maxwell set out to build a media empire. He ended up like a John le Carré villain embracing spooks across the world. Even his death is an enigma.
Manhattan Gets Power Back After Blackout Chaos
Ordinary New Yorkers directed traffic. Disrupted Broadway shows became impromptu street performances. And entire neighborhoods cheered once the lights finally came back on.
Cops Kill Man Accused of Hurling Homemade Bombs at ICE Jail
The man was armed with a rifle and throwing “incendiary devices” at the building, police said.
Michigan Man Allegedly Shot Two Men ‘Because They Were Gay’
The 26-year-old man allegedly used the popular dating app Grindr to find his two victims, prosecutors said.