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The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read tons of great articles, some of them really good. Here are the best of the bunch for your enjoyment.

How Police Interrogation Works

Every year, police across the U.S. get thousands of criminals to confess to their crimes. The trouble is, the procedure that almost all departments use is grounded in bad science and can produce false confessions. Learn about ways of making you talk.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and plenty of them are good. Here are the best of the bunch.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Every week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and many of them are pretty good. Here are the best of the bunch.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Every week, Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and a lot of them are really good. Here are the best of the bunch.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week Josh and Chuck read a ton of stuff. Here is the best of the bunch for your enjoyment.

Steve Ignorant, the frontman for the anarchist punk band Crass counseled in the song "Big A Little A" that when dealing with the authorities, "silence is a virtue, use it for your own protection." Those wise words are lost on "the mentally impaired, the mentally ill, the young and the easily led," according to a New York Times article on a recent study out of the University of Virginia School of Law that found at least 41 confessions given by inmates at correctional facilities have been overturned later by DNA evidence.

The Innocence Project is an American non-profit organization whose mission is to exonerate wrongly convicted individuals and reform the legal system. Josh, Chuck and a special "guest" explain how the organization works -- and why it's necessary.