Suicide-by-Text Is a Disturbing New Form of Domestic Violence
Prosecutors dealing with a real problem risk painting women as having almost supernatural powers with which to manipulate.
The 25-Year-Old Accused of Murdering His Mother and Grandfather Is On Trial—for Boat Insurance
Nathan Carman finally reached the witness stand, but it wasn't for murder.
The College Scam Defendants' Privilege Is Following Them into Court
“You get what you pay for. It’s really as simple as that.”
She's Smarter Than Them
Christine Blasey Ford served as her own expert witness and demolished the arguments against her story.
Kavanaugh Shows the Disgusting Underbelly of America's Elite Schools
Bizarre-sounding rituals. Twisted nicknames. Allegations of sex crimes. And of course this guy might become a Supreme Court justice.
The Mysterious Swan Song of Mafia Killer 'Cadillac Frank'
The Whitey Bulger pal and former head of the mob in New England just got life in prison. But he went out with a bang, hyping FBI corruption.
Why We're Obsessed with Killer Nannies
An ongoing murder trial in New York and the book inspired by the case point to a special brand of primal fear that isn't as simple as you might think.
What It Was Like to Survive an Elite Prep School Rape Saga Before #MeToo
Chessy Prout watched her assailant go to jail. Now she's telling her story.
The Odd Trial of the Man Accused of Plotting to Behead Pamela Geller for ISIS
David Wright's lawyer says he was a fat loser playing games. The feds say he was part of a dangerous terror cell determined to outdo the Boston Marathon bombing.
Teamsters Found Not Guilty in Bizarre 'Top Chef' Extortion Case
The trial pitted producers of a popular TV show against old-school union guys in Boston, and the verdict looks like a boon for organized labor in America.
Michelle 'Suicide-by-Text' Carter Just Got Sentenced to Jail
The 20-year-old was convicted of manslaughter in June for telling her boyfriend to kill himself.
The Strange Extortion Trial Pitting Teamsters Against 'Top Chef'
Allegations of slashed tires, misogynistic and ethnic threats, and terrified reality TV producers—this federal case has it all.