Trump’s attorney-general pick allegedly signaled an assistant U.S. attorney working for him in the ’80s not to prosecute two whites who murdered a black man.
New documents reveal the telecom giant is doing NSA-style work for law enforcement—without a warrant—and earning millions a year from taxpayers.
Have Mexican authorities adopted the brutal tactics of the cartels they are battling? Was the overkill at Rancho del Sol a bloody warning?
Derrick Dearman allegedly tracked down Laneta Lester after she ran away, snatching her from the Alabama house she was hiding in after he killed everyone inside.
The comedian’s defense attorney debuted his strategy in court: Torch the accuser’s credibility by questioning what she did after the alleged assault.
An Amtrak train carrying 341 passengers hit a backhoe and derailed Sunday morning, killing two railroad employees—the latest fatalities on a short stretch of track in three years.
A retired sailor walked nine miles from his home to the facility where he was being treated and committed a fiery suicide.
Even solitary confinement can’t keep some inmates at Alabama’s Holman Correctional Facility from organizing and fighting back.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans firmly believe there is about to be a national movement bringing back the Confederate Flag.
Conversations between Andrea Constand and her accused rapist suggested he was guilty, an ex-prosecutor says. Problem is the recordings couldn’t be used.