The suspect in the deadly shooting has since barricaded themselves inside the bus, which was driving down the popular strip during the shooting.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier is guilty of endangering the welfare of children but not guilty of another count of endangerment and a conspiracy charge, a jury has decided.
The tool thief tried to make a getaway when one of the workers jumped on the hood of a car. Make sure you watch until the very end of the video to see ultimate karmic conclusion.
As anyone who's owned a fruit tree knows, they can produce far more than you can reasonably use. So is it cool to steal from others?
A lawsuit alleges UC Berkeley professor John R. Searle sexually harassed, assaulted, and retaliated against a former student and employee — and that the university did nothing to stop him.
Houston doesn’t have particularly high rates of other violent crimes — except for armored car heists. What gives?
Kjell Qvale brought many European sports car brands over to the States. He also might have been the Zodiac Killer.
A GIF can theoretically be a "deadly weapon" in an assault according to a Texas grand jury, and that's just the latest example of a legal phenomenon that will probably never go away.
A young Israeli man who also holds US citizenship was arrested by Israeli police Thursday in connection with the wave of security-related threats made to Jewish communities and institutions in the United States and several other countries over the past few months, according to the FBI and local authorities.
Guy Gentile flipped, and flipped again.
According to a new report, Dick Hickock, a killer who was immortalized in Truman Capote's seminal book, might have written a story of his own
Stefano Magaddino once ruled Buffalo, New York with an iron fist. What stopped another mobster from succeeding him after his death?
Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev has robbed banks and leaked political secrets. For nearly a decade authorities have been trying to track him down.
Comey's visit lasted five hours and twenty minutes, with just a single bathroom break, and it may very well have far-reaching implications.
What an unsolved double murder in Kentucky reveals about America’s military-industrial complex.
With battering rams and flash-bang grenades, SWAT teams fuel the risk of violence as they forcibly enter suspects’ homes. Five months and 85 miles apart, two cases took starkly divergent legal paths.
Inside the hunt to catch one of the country’s biggest con men.
German authorities looked the other way as a right-wing terrorist cell went on a seven-year killing spree. Now they won’t look in the mirror.
Doing jail time or even being accused of a crime is only the beginning of an invisible cage that will follow you for the rest of your life.
During his time, Wilmer Souder was known as a specialist in dental records, but to a select few who knew about his double life, he was also "Detective X," a forensics science pioneer who helped solve the Lindbergh case 85 years ago.
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