An anorexic models ban is now in effect in the fashion capitol of the world, under a new French law that makes it a crime for anyone in the rag business to employ females who appear to be “dangerously thin.”
A woman charged with feticide for miscarrying her fetus has been sentenced this week by an Indiana jury to a minimum of 20 years in prison.
In the glow of a Blood Moon someone dumped a duffle bag filled with human body parts in front of a Massachusetts biotechnologies building, then vamoosed.
While a happy Easter for most, the family of missing student Anjelica Hadsell somberly awaits word of the most recent effort to locate the girl, or at least her bodily remains.
Secular blogging in some parts of the world is proving to be an extremely dangerous occupation now.
The attack on defenseless Kenya university students by al-Shabaab thugs this week was so gratuitously gruesome as to permanently suspend belief in their alleged cause.
With the purpose of writing about true crime in an authoritative, fact-based manner, veteran journalists J. J. Maloney and J. Patrick O’Connor launched Crime Magazine in November of 1998. Their goal was to cover all aspects of true crime: from organized crime to serial killers, from capital punishment to prisons, from historical crimes to celebrity crime, from assassinations to government corruption, from justice issues to innocent cases, from crime films to books about crime. Read More