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Gabriel Dance is a former managing editor. Dance began his career at The New York Times, eventually serving as chief multimedia producer. As the interactive editor for The Guardian, he was part of a group of journalists who won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for coverage of widespread secret surveillance by the NSA.
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Feature September 28, 2016
Violent crime is up in some places, but is it really a trend?
Feature March 24, 2016
Imagine living in a cell that’s smaller than a parking space — with a homicidal roommate.
Feature February 3, 2016
In the aftermath of Michael Brown's death, St. Louis cops embrace crime-predicting software.
Feature January 4, 2016
At 16, Taurus Buchanan threw one deadly punch—and was sent away for life. Will the Supreme Court give him, and hundreds like him, a chance at freedom?
Feature September 25, 2015
Germany allows inmates to wear their own clothes, cook their own meals, and have romantic visits. Could that work in the United States?
Feature September 18, 2015
Tracking scheduled executions around the country.
Feature July 10, 2015
Inside the secretive world of parole boards, where your freedom may depend on politics and whim.
Feature May 26, 2015
As the Justice Department pushes reform, some changes don't last.
Feature May 13, 2015
We talk to the man who became our national nightmare. Thirty years later, does he still matter?
News February 2, 2015
A new set of characters enters the courtroom lexicon.
News January 21, 2015
A close look at the language of past State of the Union speeches.
Graphics December 19, 2014
The shrink-the-prisons movement hasn’t moved the numbers.
Feature December 3, 2014
Bellying up to the arsenal.
Feature November 16, 2014
When lawyers stumble, only their clients fall.
Feature November 15, 2014
How bad lawyering and an unforgiving law cost condemned men their last appeal.