Ilya Vett, 47, said he was printing the gun for his brother who has a firearms license, according to police. Vett has been charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
In the class action lawsuit, the woman says that thousands of content moderators are subjected to "highly toxic" content as part of the job.
Most hit and runs don't take 7 minutes, but people in New Jersey are just a little more relaxed than the rest of us.
Multiple female sportswriters recount the ugly harassment they received from Stoolies — and place much of the blame on Dave "El Presidente" Portnoy, their misogynistic troll-king.
Teenagers are flocking to electric scooter services like Bird and Lime, ignoring requirements that riders be age 18 or older
A meticulous analysis of online activity during the 2016 campaign makes a powerful case that targeted cyberattacks by hackers and trolls were decisive.
A woman in a ditch. A baby in a parking lot. The DNA Doe Project has the ability to identify cold case victims — so why don’t they take on every case?
Christopher Daniels' political beliefs got him in trouble. Though the FBI won't comment, he is likely the first person ever imprisoned for being a "black identity extremist."
A former vice detective is at the center of one of the New York Police Department's worst scandals in recent years. Here is his story, as uncovered by a team of Times reporters.
Inside his rise and fall.
Car theft has been experiencing a resurgence in the past few years, but not all cars are being targeted equally by thieves.
Gizmodo found nearly 30 Twitter accounts that appeared to impersonate 13 different real women to push diet pills, regularly getting thousands of retweets and tens of thousands of likes.
We get it: the claw machine is usually an un-winnable scam. But please, do not do this.
After a lukewarm second season examining the capture of American solider Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan, Sarah Koenig and her team dive back into the US criminal justice system for the third season of the popular true crime podcast. Is "Serial" back?
With an investigation Golf Digest helped open, an Erie County court vacated a murder charge against Valentino Dixon, for which he had already served 27 years
One of the most outrageous crime sagas of the 21st century starts with a severed penis...and only gets stranger from there.
Buying or selling fake shoes is illegal. But it's also a booming industry that was created, ironically, by some sneakerheads' obsession with authenticity.
If you're going to do something dangerous and illegal — which, first of all, don't — you might want to take a few seconds to make sure there isn't a cop car right there.
Videos from the event show cars doing burnouts and leaving streaks of fire behind, people jumping on the hood of a security truck and kicking in the windshield, and an altercation between the guard and several members of the crowd.
Fictional teenage documentarians Peter Maldonado and Sam Ecklund are back to explore a new high school mystery as seen through all the trappings of a big-budget true crime show. This time, the crime in question is way worse (shittier, you might say) than some crude graffiti. Here's what the reviews say.
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