A tweet by a University of Pennsylvania teaching assistant sparked an online clash that included conservative news outlets faced off against academics.
Flawed sex crime investigations are described in a confidential 2013 draft of a NYPD memo obtained by Newsweek.
FedEx records show that between March 2016 through July 2017, about 47 packages were mailed by the same San Francisco sender, according to the criminal complaint.
When he was arrested, a handwritten journal was found that contained positive references to bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, a former senior leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,
What should a stagehand do if the event they are working is suddenly interrupted by a man with a gun?
A New York City man allegedly threatened a "Las Vegas repeat," and the FBI is investigating a social media post that expressed admiration for shooter Stephen Paddock.
For the families of the victims, bringing their loved ones home is a complicated and officious task they must complete even as they are consumed by grief.
A top MS-13 leader was secretly recorded urging the leaders of regional MS-13 gangs to work together, cautioning them about snitches and ordering them to send money back to gang leadership in El Salvador, according to an indictment unsealed Thursday.
The business manager who became the government's key witness appears to be Louis Martin Blazer III, a Pittsburgh financial advisor who settled SEC charges on May 6, 2016.
Violent crime in the U.S. increased again in 2016, a rise that could be seen to reinforce the dark, "American carnage" view of America taken by Trump and Sessions.
"It's hard to find her in the best of situations, and it's even harder now with the hurricane chaos," says a colleague of the missing woman.
The bizarre case became national news as activists criticized the police response and the amount of time they took to find Jenkins's body, claiming the lack of action was because she was black.
He planned to ask a priest to smuggle a saw blade into the facility.
"This is a terrible thing that happened, but we're going to find the good in it and come back stronger," Refugio High School football coach Jason Herring told his team.
"If you go to a shelter for #Irma and you have a warrant, we'll gladly escort you to the safe and secure shelter called the Polk County Jail," the Polk County Sheriff's Office tweeted.
Surveys conducted by Urban Institute researchers in four Chicago neighborhoods showed that relations between the police and the community are poor.
Local police and sheriff's deputies who usually spend their days writing speeding tickets or chasing robbers have switched focus.
Chicago is trying a carrot-and-stick approach to gang violence—offering warnings from law enforcement as well as social service support—and it's working.
"He got his son, Philip Luciano, involved," states a federal court complaint. "Philip was the one who knew how to use the dark web: Philip set up their account on the dark web and handled the transactions."
The investigation into Charles Emery, 82, Thomas Emery, 80, and Edwin Emery, 78, has found that the brothers sexually abused at least two and possibly three generations of women in their family.