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The manhunt for whoever gunned down two local prosecutors faces a steep battle, even with local, state and federal authorities scouring for clues.
Before daylight on Tuesday, the first of 35 educators indicted in a cheating scandal that rocked Atlanta's public schools turned themselves in to the Fulton County Jail.
New York state Sen. Malcolm Smith and New York City Councilman Dan Halloran were arrested Tuesday morning on charges they schemed to fix the city's 2013 mayoral election through fraud and bribery, according to prosecutors.
What is it like to be thrown behind bars when you're 16 and told you'll languish there for the rest of your life? All for a crime you adamantly claim you didn't commit.
A former Tucson, Arizona, mayoral candidate is leading a plan to give shotguns to homeowners as a way to reducing crime.
A fmr. white supremacist explains the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, which is being eyed in the killing of two prosecutors.
A bipartisan legislative task force in Connecticut has agreed on a major overhaul of the state's gun laws in the aftermath of December's deadly attack on an elementary school, lawmakers announced Monday.
Elwin Wilson, a former Ku Klux Klan member who apologized for his racist past and specifically for beating a black man who went on to become a U.S. congressman, has died. He was 76.
The man suspected of killing Colorado's prisons chief was still supposed to be behind bars. But because of a clerical error, Evan Ebel was let out of prison in January -- four years early.
Mike McLelland came to the law late in life.
The man who police say plowed his vehicle into a California Walmart, where he then attacked several customers, was booked Monday on four counts of assault with a deadly weapon and resisting arrest.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes despite his offer last week to plead guilty in exchange for avoiding a death sentence.
Prosecutors will decide Monday whether they will accept a defense request to take the death penalty off the table if James Holmes pleads guilty.
Frayed nerves and a palpable tension cloak this quiet Texas county where the FBI, the Texas Rangers and half a dozen other agencies are on the hunt for the killer or killers bent on taking out top criminal justice officials.
Thirty-five Atlanta Public Schools educators and administrators were indicted Friday on a myriad of charges in connection with alleged cheating in standardized testing, one of the largest cheating scandals to hit the nation's public education system.
Donald Trump is seeking $400,000 in damages from a Brooklyn man over four websites that use the real estate mogul's name and brand.
The winner of last week's $338 million Powerball jackpot is expected to appear in a New Jersey court Monday on a warrant for unpaid child support.
The convicted rapist arrested last week in Gorham, Maine, after 34 years on the lam was a quiet, laid-back, hardworking, sweet young man whose lurch into violent behavior in his last year of high school remains a puzzle, according to a childhood friend.
An abduction in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York that was captured on a surveillance camera may have been a hoax, the city police said late Saturday.
The family of a man killed by a New York City subway train after being shoved onto the tracks in December is suing the city's transit authority, according to court documents obtained Sunday.