The Supreme Court will consider whether Missouri’s use of pentobarbital can assure Russell Bucklew of a reasonably humane death.
The disclosure of DoJ memos over the drone killing of a US citizen will only reveal the dangerous moving marker of "justice."
The CIA has promised to never again use fake children's health programs to spy. We shouldn't have to hear this and can't trust it.
The US is trying to frame itself as the "good" kind of mass surveillance apparatus, compared to China. It's a cheap trick.
Three police shootings in one weekend give occasion to question early accounts from authorities.
The 25-year-old student today learned that she will spend three more months in prison, receiving a sentence of 90 days.
In the extreme and cruel death of a homeless, mentally ill veteran, we see the intersection of a number of ills plaguing US “justice.”
Claims that US military manipulated force-feeding data makes show a cruel practice to be even worse.
Schmidt's response to an EU court ruling on people's online right to be "forgotten" reflects his dangerous stance on transparency.
Navy-funded research into robots that can make moral decisions is troubling because of the way humans define military morality.
The Pentagon is weighing up moving whistleblower Chelsea Manning to a civilian prison. But transphobia and persecution still reign.
The EU's highest court ruled that people can have certain personal information deleted from the tech giant's search engine.
Iran will have to do more than simply copy a captured US drone if it hopes to match America's singular capacity for drone warfare.
Police combine racial profiling and targeting low-level offenses to create new cohorts of snitches in Muslim communities.
Silent protest can be a powerful strategy as long as it's disruptive and threatening. Two very different protests proved that this week.
Convictions ruin lives; sentencing laws are harsh. And the jurors hearing cases should know better.
Google has called on the FCC to maintain net neutrality — but that doesn't erase the company's spotty history on the issue.
The FBI delayed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's access to attorneys while they questioned him following his capture. That's illegal … unless it isn't.
Several horrific executions by lethal injection have prompted calls for reform — but more perfect killing methods shouldn't be our aim.
Released emails between Eric Schmidt and Keith Alexander fuel the outrage machine, which is a bad sign for the fight against surveillance.