What happens after you discover everything the criminal justice system had led you to believe was a lie?
The predatory trainer may have just taken down USA Gymnastics.
Former FBI Agent Phil Carson, who led the investigation into the LAPD's alleged role in the murder of rap legend Notorious BIG, speaks publicly for the first time.
He averted a trial, and with it, the chance for the public to learn more about the most suspicious parts of his long and shady résumé.
The novelist and screenwriter has built an enormous following, especially among women, by portraying them at their worst.
At least 11 bar patrons and a sheriff's deputy were killed late Wednesday in a shooting at a country and western dance hall in Thousand Oaks, California, that was holding an event for college students, officials said.
Apparently, the second thief wasn't used to disk brakes and received a hard lesson about how they actually work.
James and Denise Closs, who had worked at the Jennie-O turkey plant for years, were found dead. Their daughter, Jayme, vanished. And a town is on edge.
Told here in full for the first time, this is the horrifying story of the first murder on the Appalachian Trail, the kidnapping that followed, and how one woman learned to survive.
Why did a young man named Jack Chapman, aka Pup Tank, die suddenly? Is his master, Dylan Hafertepen, to blame?
Step 1: Buy a used voting machine on eBay. Step 2: Play off an American public that has already lost its trust in elections.
Knife or axe-attacks on children are distressingly common.
Josh Hastings was part of the rot of the Little Rock police. Now its institutional failures are exposed. Will anything change?
Even though my son was conceived in the most traumatic possible way, his birth was my saving grace.
Despite efforts to debunk "white genocide" theory, Facebook sold advertisers ability to market to users with interest in the myth just days after bloodshed.
You'd think that by now burglars would have figured out not to rob the houses with the camera and speaker enabled doorbells, but apparently not.
Last year, in late-July, Sasha Reid went to her desk in her apartment just outside Toronto. Her cat, Giz, hopped onto her lap. It was late, and the sun had already gone down. She booted up her…
When prosecutors find out they convicted the wrong suspect, they don't always admit fault. Instead, they offer an "Alford plea."
They stole millions of dollars' worth of watches in broad daylight—and one special agent aimed to bring them down.
"We couldn't get the plans, but through the audience we managed to do it. I feel like screaming, hurray, how awesome."
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