The Swift and Merciless Execution of Corrine Sykes, Narratively Sept. 25, 2019

You Versus Opioids: Oprah Magazine, August 2019

Drowning is one of the hardest homicides to prove. These investigators want to change that: June 8, 2019

Morocco’s ‘mule women’ risk their lives hauling goods across the border from Spain: Public Radio International, May 31, 2019

How Sweat From the Dead Can Help Solve Opioid Mysteries: The Daily Beast, May 8, 2019

Uber Wants to Get the Law on Its Side: Bloomberg Businessweek: April 23, 2019

Here’s what you should know before attending a whirling dervish ceremony in Turkey: The Washington Post, April 12, 2019

Wary of an Opioid Epidemic, Europe Pushes Safe Sites for Drug Use: Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring 2019

Governments Around the World Are Tackling Money Laundering in Real Estate: Mansion Global, Feb 19, 2019

The Pitfalls of Policing the Dark Web: World Politics Review Jan. 9, 2019

‘This Is a War’: Prisons Want Cell Phone Jammers to Stop Inmates from Communicating With the Outside World, Vice/Motherlode Nov. 26, 2018

How ‘Dark Commerce’ is Making Us Poorer—and Sicker: The Crime Report, Nov. 13, 2018

Sweet discoveries on the Stroopwafel circuit in Amsterdam: The Washington Post, Sept. 20, 2018

The Right Track: Oprah Magazine, April 2018

How Animal DNA Puts Killers Behind Bars:, May 18, 2018

Cops Giving Kids the Gift of Camp for Christmas:, Feb. 3, 2018

The Opioid Fighter: Oprah Magazine, January 2018

Ireland Buckles up for Stronger Storms: City Lab, The, October 16, 2017

Off-Duty Heroes: Married Cops Heroes during Las Vegas Shooting, October 12, 2017

They were taken from their mom to rebond with their dad. It didn’t go well: The Washington Post, May 11, 2017

Remaking an Urban Police Force: Scientific American, November 2015

A New Era for Victims of Crime: The Crime Report, June 2, 2015

When Justice Wasn't Blind: The Crime Report, May 25, 2015

Poll: Young Americans have “little confidence” in justice system: CBS News, April 30, 2015

VAWA in the Crosshairs: Ms. Magazine, Nov. 12, 2015

The Scary Future of Date-Rape Drugs—and Why Their Perpetrators Are So Hard to Bring to Justice: Marie Claire Magazine, October 20, 2015

Few Minorities visit Sequoia National Forest or the Sawtooth Wilderness. This man wants to change that: Washington Post Magazine, October 1, 2015

Tanya Jisa paired her love of fresh food with a desire to help women ex-convicts: Christian Science Monitor, July 16, 2015

The Troubling Link Between Ferguson and Charleston: The Crime Report, July 6, 2015

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby Is a Force to Be Reckoned With: Marie Claire Magazine, June 23, 2015

'Troubling' Use of Solitary in Federal Prisons: The Crime Report, March 16, 2015

Organized Crime's New Target: Endangered Species: The Crime Report, March 4, 2015

Addicts Quit with Paid Work and Near-Daily Drug Tests: Scientific American, March 1, 2015

'Troubling' Use of Solitary in Federal Prisons: The Crime Report, March 16, 2015

Breaking good: Vivitrol, a new drug given as a monthly shot, is helping addicts stay clean: The Washington Post Magazine, March 1, 2015

What was the BOP Doing in Afghanistan? Feb. 19, 2015