False rumors of child kidnappers have gone viral on WhatsApp in India, prompting fearful mobs to kill two dozen innocent people since April
Gianni Versace's murderer, Andrew Cunanan, was not only a serial killer but also a Virgo. Undeniably so, in fact: He rarely left a messy crime scene, neatly rolling up his victims' bodies in rugs or plastic and usually hiding them out of sight.
A career con-artist, Anthony Gignac got busted over and over again, but kept finding new prey in America's capital city of fraud.
"I guess you could say I was naive about a lot of things because I was being shielded from a lot of things. I never knew about cops setting people up until it happened to me."
Meet the hackers who flip seized Instagram handles and cryptocurrency in a shady, buzzing underground market for stolen accounts and usernames. Their victim’s weakness? Phone numbers.
When the West Quincy Levee failed during catastrophic floods 25 years ago, police pegged James Robert Scott as the cause.
The technique used to find the Golden State Killer suspect is gaining traction.
Authorities say Antoine Travell Davis, a former staffer at a juvenile facility, egged on a group of teenagers to sexually assault a 15-year-old.
The Hart family's apparent murder-suicide in California drew headlines, but the path to the tragedy started much earlier — in Texas.
Truth is stranger than fiction.
For more than a year, some of the most powerful women in entertainment — including Amy Pascal, Kathleen Kennedy, Stacey Snider and a 'Homeland' director — have been impersonated by a cunning thief who targets insiders with promises of work, then bilks them out of thousands of dollars. The Hollywood Reporter has obtained exclusive audio recordings of the savvy imposter as victims come forward and a global investigation heats up.
Transport Security Administration officials have intercepted a traveler at Miami International Airport who planned to illegally smuggle a snake en route to Barbados.
We spoke to Alket Rizai about his escapes, which were remarkably similar to the escape last week by French prisoner Redoine Faid.
After the blockbuster success of "Kong: Skull Island," director Jordan Vogt-Roberts fled Hollywood to live the expat dream life in Vietnam. Soon, he began directing something entirely different — an international hunt for the men who nearly killed him.
Suppose we are currently making the same mistake we made at the outset of this drama — suppose the dark crevices of the Russia scandal run not just a little deeper but a lot deeper.
A Saudi "sultan" tried to con Jeffrey Soffer, the super-rich real estate developer behind Turnberry Associates, owner of the Fontainebleau resort hotel and Aventura Mall in South Florida.
For 12 hours, all crime is legal. Time to do something... annoying.
This scene from Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood depicts what might be the most dangerous thing you could do with a crate of fireworks: parade around firing them off at street signs and passing cars.
It's immediately apparent that some shady stuff happened in and to this vehicle.
A new study linking decreased crime rates with major televised sports events suggests that crime — some of it, anyway — can be addressed as a time-management problem.
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