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In Florida, A Haze Builds Around Pot Law Enforcement as Technology Catches Up to Policy

Zachary Miller was napping in the car as he rode west through…

How the Police Use Facial Recognition, and Where It Falls Short

After a high-speed chase north of Orlando, Fla., sheriff’s…

Bad Medicine: Critics Say Powerful Pediatrician Too Quick to Diagnose Child Abuse, Traumatizing Families

Elina went into labor on a scorching day in July. It would…

ICE, FBI Among Federal Agencies Searching Florida Driver’s Licenses for Facial Recognition, Records Show

Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the FBI are among…

Sheriff: State Privacy Laws ‘Have Not Kept Pace’ with Technology

With new technology like smart devices and facial recognition,…

State Attorney’s Office Reviewing 1975 Murder Case Recently Featured in Times Series

The state attorney’s office that prosecuted Tommy Zeigler for…