One of the most important tools to detectives is a heuristic known as Occam's Razor. But you must wield it carefully or you end up hurting the wrong people.
We want so desperately to go back in time and stop a crime from happening. But we can't change the past. Or can we?
You're not a murderer, right? You wouldn't even hurt a fly, would you? Don't be so sure.
A brief history of crime reporting and how we screwed it up in America.
Nature or nurture? What makes a man evil? Is it genetics or is it their environment? And is there even such a thing as free will?
Where does our fascination with true crime come from? When did this obsession begin? Renner traces it all back to the "true crime singularity."