Visiting the scene of a crime is critical, even 46 years later. Follow the investigation into the unsolved murder of Debbie Williamson and efforts to reignite her case.
Recreating the 1918 Spanish flu virus gave valuable information about the characteristics of the pandemic, helpful for today’s COVID-19 researchers.
By Erik Kleinsmith
Biological threats, similar to the coronavirus pandemic, are not new and have been highly destructive throughout history. Here’s why intelligence analysts must understand this outbreak and how it impacts national security.
There were over 113,000 men, women and children on the national transplant waiting list as of July 2019. Donations make a huge difference in people’s lives.
EDM Monday briefing for March 18, 2019: Evacuations and flash flood warnings continue in Nebraska amid historic flooding and other news.
By Jennifer Bucholtz
Although the murder of Rebekah Gould is still unsolved, new details have emerged from visiting the town where it happened. 14 years after her death, this is what we learned from tracking the killer’s likely movements and reviewing case documents firsthand.
By David E. Hubler
Synthetic drugs are often incredibly potent and difficult to regulate because manufacturers are able to modify their molecular structures to sidestep the Controlled Substance Act. Learn more about the issue and potential sentencing amendments.
By Leischen Stelter
With an increasing number of states moving to legalize marijuana, how must law enforcement officers adapt to the change? Find out about the different drug training programs available to officers.
By Leischen Stelter
All officers know the date they will retire, even rookies. Yet, not enough prepare for retirement. Here’s how one officer developed a game plan, which included going back to school and starting a business. But the best thing he did? It’s something he thinks ALL officers should do before they leave the force.