Investigators and relatives of the women murdered by the Package Killer have focused for years on two suspects.
120 charges brought as a result of Zachary Wester's arrests were dropped after the investigation discovered his misconduct.
The story was that a radical man set off a bomb in the desert. But what about everything else that happened?
Rumors are churning over a tantalizing new clue — a footnote in one filing in a multibillion-dollar federal lawsuit in Florida. This is where things started to get weird.
What new research reveals about sexual predators, and why police fail to catch them.
The South Central rapper faces life in prison. Over a month in the courtroom, after countless witness testimonies, Drakeo the Ruler's fate remains murky.
The officer's shouts of "halta tu barco" — "stop your boat" — go unheeded, and the Coast Guard boards the submersible at high speeds.
David isn't sure how many wildfires he lit around Australia's southern coast — but he's very clear on what made him do it.
In Pittsburgh, the tow truck business is notoriously cutthroat. This winter, two rivals arrived at the same wreck and the feud crossed a line.
The students swore they weren't racists. Now a Maryland judge would decide their fate.
A detective’s quest reveals how one idealistic fisheries observer may have collided with criminals and desperate migrants—and paid for it with his life.
Great wealth insulates people from consequences, but not always, absolutely, or forever.
A pair of swindlers took advantage of St. Patrick's day chaos at a museum in Boston.
In recent weeks, TorrentFreak was able to speak to a member of The Scene, the shadowy network of individuals and groups sitting right at the apex of the so-called "piracy pyramid."
Alshair Fiyaz, who owns a polo club and a superyacht, led police to trader Walid Choucair. Now Choucair is in prison while Fiyaz hasn't been charged.
Mark Cantor was pulling his green Mini Cooper into his driveway one evening when a pair of headlights jumped the curb behind him and came barreling across the front lawn, straight toward him.
The law, which went into effect Monday, now makes it illegal to share nude photos of videos of someone without their permission — whether they're real or fake ones.
"Everything that Manson did with his women was exactly what the CIA was trying to do with people without their knowledge, in the exact same time, at the exact same place."
Sheriff Blake Turman says that after he beat then-Sheriff Dennis Meeks at the polls, he found that thousands of dollars worth of military equipment was missing and public funds were wasted. Meeks' response: "He's full of shit."
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