A lawyer wants to know if false allegations sparked FBI review that may have swayed election.
"Making a Murderer" prosecutor Ken Kratz bragged about the case to women and tried to coerce women into sex, his accusers told investigators.
Today the best surf spots in the U.S. can be as crowded as rush hour on Interstate 405, the notoriously congested freeway that runs through Los Angeles.
The probe into the racist prison gang culminated with murder convictions and halted its march toward consolidation.
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A camp inmate testified that the Bosnian guard used a military knife to carve a Christian cross into his chest.
Miami is a hotbed of sex trafficking, according to the federal Department of Justice.
The burglary crew drove forklifts through walls, cut phone lines to disable alarms, and jackhammered safes from floors.
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