A white Maryland man accused of prowling the streets of New York City for a black person to "assassinate" has been charged with murder as an act of terrorism
Even amid controversy over effectiveness and dangers, the spring-loaded electrified Taser remains pretty much the only option.
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.
Stefano Magaddino once ruled Buffalo, New York with an iron fist. What stopped another mobster from succeeding him after his death?
Comey's visit lasted five hours and twenty minutes, with just a single bathroom break, and it may very well have far-reaching implications.
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.
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.
A government report in 1887 evaluated 34 different methods of execution, including boiling, crucifixion, and "being pounded in a mortar."
One extra digit added to an IP address saw Nigel Lang wrongfully suspected of being a pedophile. Speaking about his ordeal for the first time, he tells BuzzFeed News how the mistake ruined his life.
A detention facility in Colorado is only paying immigrant detainees $1 per day for participating in "voluntary work programs."
Move over, Judge Judy. "Judge James" is here to lay down some justice.
Marines currently have the highest rates of sexual assault reports compared to the rest of the military.
Heather Dewey-Hagborg started working with DNA to create reconstructions of people who left behind cigarette butts and other biological clues. Her latest project imagines a world where leaving a trace is a choice, not an afterthought.
Upgrades like face matching, live streams, and AI – part of an industry push – raise questions about the use of police video.
It is brutal. It is torture by definition. It destroys the mind, body, and soul, making rehabilitation next to impossible. It is also outrageously expensive, and it doesn't work.
Routine sexual "preying" at company events "was done out in the open and appeared to be encouraged, or at least condoned, by the company," one former store manager said.
In the Texas tower shooter's autopsy in 1966, a small tumor was found in his brain — and it might have been at least partially responsible for his rampage. As our understanding of neuroscience progresses, will our understanding of criminal justice change with it?
It was impossible to reconcile the woman on the gurney with what she had done.
Angry crowds gathered at the home of an off-duty cop who fried a shot during an after-school scuffle with teenagers in Anaheim, California.
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