For her series "I give you my life," photographer Chloé Jafé infiltrated the infamous Japanese crime syndicate, capturing the often overlooked lives of Yakuza wives.
In a small Minnesota town, an IT technician found his way to the darkest corner of the web. Then he made a deadly plan.
Robert Durst’s lawyers plan to attack the veracity of a documentary that played a major role in the decision to charge him with murdering his friend.
The man in the bunny suit, real name Antoine Edwards, told Orlando authorities and media that he broke up a scrap between a man and a woman — and then laid into the man.
While this woman should've called the cops and resisted her desire to grab the thief by the wrists, we understand her exasperation.
One team of cyberspies has pulled off that scale of espionage with a rare and troubling trick: DNS hijacking, a technique that meddles with the fundamental address book of the internet.
The former NBA player is forever linked to the murder of his girlfriend.
It was supposed to be the "first seastead in international waters" — a small white box protruding from the waves off the coast of Phuket, Thailand, occupied by two would-be pioneers in pursuit of a new life unfettered by national laws. Then the Royal Thai Navy filed a criminal complaint with police under a section of the criminal code that concerns threats to national sovereignty.
Prosecutors argued that the 22-year-old Korean man intentionally gorged himself on chicken and booze before his physical exam.
On Monday, German prosecutors filed a criminal indictment against former Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn for participating in the fraud that led to the diesel-emissions scandal that rocked the company in 2015.
Giannulli and Loughlin are accused of paying $500,000 in bribes arranged by admissions consultant Rick Singer to get their daughters admitted to USC as crew recruits, despite not being rowers.
For Muslim immigrants desperate to flee their abusers, there are almost no safe options. A community in Brooklyn organized to change that.
Their lives intersected only briefly at the end of a dark alley: A meditation coach clutching a glittery iPhone and a Minneapolis police officer sitting in the passenger seat of a black-and-white Ford Explorer.
For years, the arrest and case has been kept under-wraps. Friday, a court sentenced Thomas White to 5 years and 4 months for his role in running a huge dark web drug marketplace.
The GoFundMe campaign, which started around a story of Johnny Bobbitt Jr. giving his last $20 to a woman having car trouble, raised $400,000.
Internal documents obtained by Motherboard detail the planning of an anti-package theft operation that used fake Amazon boxes rigged with GPS location trackers.
A cold-case squad in Virginia Beach identified Mr. Broadnax, who is in his 80s, as a suspect by using technology that did not even exist when the women, Lynn Seethaler and Janice Pietropola, both 19, were killed inside a motel cottage near the oceanfront.
Gabe Reed was a failed rock star who reinvented himself as a concert promoter. Now he's in prison for defrauding fans and rock's elite out of $1.7 million.
A homeowner in Idaho Falls, Idaho walked out of his kitchen to find an armed home invader a foot away, and decided to take matters into his own hands.
The security feature leverages a 360 dash cam built into Tesla vehicles to record damage and attempted break-ins. It rolled out in February, and it's already earning its keep.
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