Residents of Minneapolis, St. Paul, and a nearby suburb are receiving anonymous threats over their Black Lives Matter signs on their properties.
Kate Briquelet is a senior reporter covering crime and corruption at The Daily Beast. She previously spent three years as an enterprise reporter for the New York Post, where she exposed dirty deals in the the city's affordable housing system. She has appeared on Dateline, 48 Hours, CNN and MSNBC.
“We didn't have a prom. We don’t get a grad night. Don’t get to finish our last sports season ... We just want this last memento from our childhood.”
Michael Bear Carson, the self-proclaimed “witch killer” behind a string of California murders, will face a parole board today as his only child begs for him to stay locked up.
A new documentary details the titanic battle between a former Marineland trainer and whistleblower and the Canadian sea park over the fate of a very special walrus.
The state’s attorney general sent a cease-and-desist letter to Stag Barbershop for refusing to shut down business in a Snohomish strip mall.
Maria Farmer was a young art student when Jeffrey Epstein threatened to ruin her career if she told of his abuse. Now, she’s picking up her paintbrush again to agitate for justice.
Henry Sylvain Gindt II, who claims he’s a former White House official, is accused of selling stolen coronavirus testing kits and never giving consumers their test results.
The disgraced holy roller is battling the state of Missouri and a new class-action lawsuit seeking to ban him from peddling a bogus cure for coronavirus and HIV.