We spoke to photographer Antonio Olmos about his project "The Landscape of Murder."
Ian Christensen is telling people they can legally grow weed for medical use in Florida. The problem is, they can't, and some of them have been arrested for it.
Everything you need to know about "robot weed," the UK's new nightmare drug.
Illuminati-loving police impersonators were in court Thursday, but so far they've stayed quiet on what they're up to and why there's a photo of one of them with Bill Clinton.
A terrorism expert told us it's unlikely militants were able to get their hands on the dough without being detected.
More than 20 years ago, Echols and two of his friends were convicted of the "satanic" murders of three eight-year-old boys. It took 18 years and a long legal battle to set them free.
JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Citigroup, and Royal Bank of Scotland have to pay billions in fines after pleading guilty to activities that sound straight out of The Wolf of Wall Street.
David Polos and Glen Glover have been accused of hiding their shady side gig during a federal background check.
Despite the tabloid-friendly idea that a violent Islamist group is run by a woman from England, security analysts believe these claims are silly.
We talked to biker expert Edward Winterhalder about his reasons for joining a gang 40 years ago and how an argument over a patch turned into a deadly shootout on Sunday in Texas.
Whether it's cops pulling back after unrest over Freddie Gray's death, the warmer weather, or systemic problems like poverty, a lot of people are getting shot in Charm City these days.
The list includes A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, a couple of video game guides, and the Adobe Acrobat manual.
"If these biker gangs were non-white, we'd have a national freakout," an expert on gangs and guns told us of the Waco, Texas shootout.
I would be an ass if I didn't understand that sex and money are compelling subjects, but you would be an ass if you didn't understand that I don't want to be singled out as entertainment.
About 154 pounds of dope are now in police custody.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton thinks the city needs 450 new cops to focus on the latest terrorist threat. Is he right?
A Monday ruling offers hope of new witness testimony for the man convicted of murder in 2000.
"Flying a sign," as it's called, is a way for the homeless to make their pleas to passersby quickly, silently, and without defying laws against aggressive panhandling.
Nine bikers are dead and about 170 more are being detained for their participation in a brutal fight that local cops fear might lead to retaliation in the days ahead.
Eric Mains has been fighting big banks in court for years, and now he's embarking on a major gambit: He doesn't think they can prove they actually own his mortgage.
An appeal is likely, but the defense's argument that the 21-year-old was influenced by his older brother and expressed remorse for the 2013 attack did not sway the 12-member jury.
State Senator Norman McAllister could be in some serious trouble.
"House of Screams" by John Conroy kicked off a decades-long effort to unravel the web of a Chicago cop's torturous ways. We asked him how it all went down and whether police in the Windy City have changed.
They are called "Railfans," and they are your new heroes.