Crime & Justice
Missing Woman Gabby Petito's Boyfriend Addresses Why He Won't Speak To Authorities; Police Name Him as "Person of Interest"
Missing New York woman Gabby Petito's boyfriend Brian Laundrie has been declared a person of interest as police said he is obstructing the investigation.
Missing New York Woman Gabby Petito's Boyfriend Refuses To Help Search, Ignores Text Messages Despite Family's Plea To Talk To Police
Missing Gabby Petito's family slammed her boyfriend for refusing to cooperate with the authorities while the search continues.
3 Former US Intelligence Officers Confess to Working for Foreign Entities in Conducting Several Cyber Crimes
Authorities revealed that three former United States intelligence officers admitted to working for the United Arab Emirates in conducting several cyber crimes. The suspects accepted a deal where they did not deny the charges against them.
Boy in Medically Induced Coma After Lawnmower Projectile Fractured His Skull While Playing in Wisconsin Playground
A six-year-old boy was struck in the head by a projectile while on the playground and is now fighting for his life.
20th Anniversary 9/11 Memorial of the Twin Towers Vandalized With the Word ‘Taliban'
The 20th Anniversary 9/11 representation of the Twin Towers symbolizing the spirit of that day was vandalized with the world Taliban on it. That an unknown individual or whoever defaced the memorial, almost like the terrorists themselves.
Pregnant Woman Shot Dead in New York While Trying To Halt Dispute Between Ex and Boyfriend at Her Baby Shower
A pregnant woman was shot and killed after attempting to break up a dispute between her ex and her new partner outside of her baby shower.
Drones Attack Targets US Forces in Northern Iraq on 9/11 Anniversary; Officials Reiterate Support to KRG in Maintaining Peace
A drone attack targeted US forces near Erbil International Airport in northern Iraq on Saturday, a second strike since July 2021.
Maryland Judge Found Dead in Apparent Suicide Moments Before Police Arrest Him for Child Abuse
Federal investigators reported that a Maryland judge was found dead in an apparent suicide moments before he was supposed to be arrested for alleged child sex abuse. Officials said that the man, Jonathan Newell, hid a camera inside his Fishing Creek cabin bathroom to photograph naked young boys.
Tiananmen Square Museum Raided by Hong Kong Police, 4 Arrested as Officers Haul Exhibits Away
Hong Kong police arrested four people who members of the Hong Kong Alliance group responsible for managing a museum dedicated to the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. Officers were also seen hauling exhibits from the establishment away.
China Investigates Development Bank Vice President For Suspected Corruption, Law Violations
He Xingxiang, vice-president of China Development Bank has been detained for suspected severe violations of discipline and law, a euphemism for corruption.
Georgia Court Refuses To Indict Teen, 15, Who Shot Abusive, Alcoholic Father Dead
A teen boy who admitted he killed his father because of abuse had not been charged by a grand jury in Georgia.
Elderly Woman With Dementia Wins $3 Million Settlement Case After Cops Roughly Arrested Her
Last year, three police officers were involved in the rough arrest of an elderly Colorado woman who had dementia after they pushed her to the ground because she didn't pay at a store. The victim, identified as Karen Garner, won a $3 million settlement case against her abusers.
Yakuza Crime Lords: Mafia Boss With Severed Pinkies Orders Series of Crime After Unsuccessful Penile Implant
The Yakuza crime lords of Japan are one of the most notorious gangsters with strict and bizarre rituals that differentiate them from other organized crime organizations globally. Members adhere to a strict code that is followed or be meted with severe repercussions, or cross them it will be a reckoning.
Cult Co-Founder Nancy Salzman Sentenced to 42 Months in Jail in New Guilty Plead
The former president and co-founder of sex cult NXIVM, Nancy Salzman, pleaded guilty in March 2019 for her involvement with the group. The suspect was sentenced to 42 months in prison after the plea for leniency was denied by a judge.
Watch: Indonesia Prison Fire Kills 41, Injures 80 in Crowded Block With More Than 3 Times Capacity
A fire in Indonesia killed at least 41 people and injured more than 80 as the country was battered by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as overcrowded jail system.