For the first time, defendants in Delaware have been convicted and sentenced under the federal "cyberstalking resulting in death" statute.
Quinton Tellis is believed to have been in a relationship with Jessica Chambers, the teen who died after being set on fire in her car in December 2014.
Georgia is slated to execute a former sailor on Wednesday for the murder and dismemberment of a fellow shipmate 24 years ago.
Helaman Hansen, 63, was arrested on charges relating to his alleged operation of a fraudulent adult-adoption program targeting undocumented immigrants.
The state with the highest number of exonerations was Texas, with 54, followed by New York with 17 and Illinois with 13.
Experts say the trial will provide a rare glimpse into a secretive splinter sect of Mormonism.
The defendant's house "offered no clues to the horrors that she allegedly made her two young victims endure."
A conversation Enrique Marquez Jr. had ahead of the attacks suggests he thought he may go to prison.
New details emerge about the investigations into child abuse and homicide in Northern California.
The law requires married couples to have the same official surname.
The judge earlier this week said heterosexual couples are more fit to raise children.
Judge Gladys Kessler called the government's arguments "repetitive, speculative and extremely vague."
Plaintiffs are having a hard time challenging the intelligence agency in court.
The court upheld the bans on semiautomatic weapons and large-capacity magazines.
A jury convicted Cheng Le of three counts, including attempting to possess a biological toxin for use as a weapon.
The new judge's decision came in the wake of the fatal police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown last August.
An interview with the Intercept editor about America's two most famous (or infamous) whistleblowers.
Dinesh D'Souza was ordered to continue community service and psychological counseling.
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court gives NSA the go-ahead to resume controversial spying program
The legal battle between Internet service providers and the FCC over net neutrality has begun.
In 2012, the court banned sentencing juveniles to life without parole. Now it will decide if this applies retroactively.
The UK Serious Fraud Office have stepped up their criminal probe into the suspected Euribor rate manipulation.
After years in Russia, Snowden may be ready to face trial in the U.S.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.