The murder saga that has made waves on both sides of the Atlantic—for its sexually charged coverage as much as anything else—appears to finally be over.
Graham Dwyer, architect, father of three, and BDSM enthusiast, has been found guilty after a murder trial that has captivated the Irish public for months with lurid details of an alleged BDSM affair gone horribly wrong.
The cops may not be at war with Portland gangs, but there is some kind of war going on.
Everyone knows Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was one of the brothers behind the horrific Boston Marathon bombing, so why do we need to revisit the brutal facts of this case again?
After 41 years, the cops think they found out who murdered Johnny Watson—but will the conviction stick in court?
Richard Kirk's attorneys say he should be found not guilty of first-degree murder because he having TCH-induced hallucinations when he shot his wife.
Call of Duty kills are boring next to those of Bulletstorm and Bayonetta, so why not try a more creative slaughter sim?
By now, everyone knows that the subject of the HBO documentary series was caught on tape muttering what sounded like a confession—but it's not clear yet whether those remarks will count against him at a trial.
Members of the notorious Mongrel Mob and Black Power gangs will soon be worker as landscapers in an effort to give them a legal source of income.
The defendant's lawyer opened things up by admitting her client did the deed, leaving jurors to puzzle over the "why" and whether he should go to jail for life or be executed.
The verdict came after a bizarre trial that was heavily covered by the national media and renewed focus on the problem of mental health among America's veterans.
The government apparently doesn't consider Martin's death a civil rights issue, even as it continues weighing whether to press charges for more recent killings of unarmed black men.
The trial of a US Marine accused of murder starts today. Will he go free?
For a lot of American Muslims, conversations with their kids about the perils of interacting with police or security officers came up in the wake of 9/11—and have resurfaced after the murders in Chapel Hill.
The welcome streak comes after weeks of tension between the NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Why did a prosecutor investigating a 1994 terrorist attack turn up dead—with the draft of a warrant for the president's arrest in his apartment?
For years, young people in South India have been euthanizing their elders to end their suffering or because they can no longer look after them, but change may have come after a wave of media attention.
Michelle Vash Payne, a trans woman in Los Angeles, was murdered by her boyfriend over the weekend. We asked an expert to contextualize her death within the trend of violence and misogyny toward trans women.
Ricardo Medina Jr. is being held in jail on a $1 million bond, according to a press release from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
The Death Row Records mogul appears to have run a guy over with his truck after an argument at a Los Angeles burger joint.
"I am not a citizen of any country. The Myanmar government says I am not Burmese, I am not Bangladeshi, and I'm not Australian."
Staff huddled in a parking lot after the shooting, which was apparently an act of vengeance by a disgruntled employee.
An unnamed man was fined late last year for agreeing to perform a contract killing and then not following through with it.
Prosecutors urged a Maryland court to deny Adnan Syed's request for appeal on Wednesday, rejecting his claim that his lawyer was ineffective and didn't help him negotiate a plea deal.