Former FBI Agent Phil Carson, who led the investigation into the LAPD’s alleged role in the murder of rap legend Notorious B.I.G., speaks publicly for the first time.
Justin Rohrlich is an Emmy-winning journalist. His work has appeared in the Daily Beast, Vice News, Foreign Policy, Slate, Quartz, and NK News. He lives in NYC, and has met Mr. T—twice.
Celebs from Katy Perry to Ivanka say Transcendental Meditation helps them focus. The movement’s chief promises more: quasi-magical powers and the ability to steer world events.
Studio execs blamed Depp’s erratic behavior for the murder-mystery’s shelving, but the film’s director, author, and crew believe it goes much deeper than that—even to the LAPD.
The New Jersey program Arms 2 Artisans is now offering brewing fellowships for veterans to learn about the beer business.
A major Christian nonprofit taking care of undocumented children said caregivers ‘must attend a Christian church.’ It’s not the only one—and it’s legal.
The lead hijacker of the MV Maersk Alabama—famous for his huge grin after his arrest—is suing his dentists from prison.
The same planes taking vacationers to Cancun are also flying deportees to Latin America.
Officials are so concerned that drug-laced cash seized in narcotics busts could seriously harm—even kill—its agents, it’s looking for ways to decontaminate the money.
It sounded like an innocuous headhunting firm. Turned out it was just a cover story to hunt spies.