The photo of me and my date went viral after our attack — but only as we're white, feminine and cisgender. Sympathy and action must be for all.
"Have you learned from your mistakes?"
A license plate scanning company was hacked, and now thousands of images of drivers are on the dark web.
That old adage that you can be anything you want? Well, Jeremy Wilson has lived it for years, crisscrossing the country and inventing new identities. A war hero, an MIT grad, a Hollywood journalist, an IRA operative — Jeremy has claimed to be all those things and more. And oh, what a mess he's made.
The twisted logic behind hiring a hit man.
Though it's unclear if they're connected, at least six American tourists have died under mysterious circumstances in the last year alone.
The changes by Facebook are “a potential disaster for the human rights and war crimes community.”
Broken spoons, beard trimmer parts and other ingenious, sometimes dangerous, tools used by incarcerated body artists.
A disgraced doctor and alleged user of crack and meth managed to take over a city until he got caught. Somehow, that was just the beginning.
The charges come at the conclusion of a 15-month investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
In the coastal rain forests of British Columbia, illegally poached timber is traded for a quick fix.
Daniel Spence used dating apps to scam his way across the US. Could he be caught before taking over one of Brooklyn's hottest media companies?
"Soulless" often reads like a courtroom drama — except most courtroom dramas don't let six years transpire between an indictment and the actual trial.
While running one of the nation's most high-profile rehab centers, Christopher Bathum was busy as a sexual predator, an alleged insurance fraudster and a phony psychotherapist.
A team of bikers didn't know they had messed with the wrong woman.
Just as crime hits historic lows, people are consuming a freakout-inducing stream of every single 911 call in their neighborhood.
Klamath County, Oregon, is the perfect place to go if you don’t want to be found — and the worst place to be if someone threatens your life.
Did technology disrupt the drug game, too?
A woman who spent nearly two years in a room with virtually no contact with the outside world testified this week about why she had no choice but to stay put on the orders of a jealous man who has been accused of running a sex cult.
It's not just that sexual assailants are often let off the hook. It's that there is often not a hook to begin with.
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