Crime & Justice
The Family of a Teen Shot by Arkansas Deputy at a Traffic Stop Demands for Justice
An Arkansas deputy shot and killed a teen; but officials are silent as to what led to the deadly shooting, prompting the victim's family to ask for justice.
Canada Indigenous Group Discovers Hundreds of Unmarked Graves in Former Residential School; Second Time in a Month
An indigenous group in Canada claims it has discovered unmarked graves at a former residential school, less than a month after 215 children discovered in British Columbia.
Antivirus Software Magnate John McAfee Found Dead in Prison Cell
The creator of the first antivirus software, John McAfee, was recently found dead inside a Spanish prison. He was found in hiis cell shortly after an extradition order, which was supposed to transfer him to the United States.
Prosecutors Refuse Josh Duggar's Request to Delay Trial
Prosecutors in Arkansas denied Josh Duggar's request to delay his trial to February next year, citing the plea as 'unnecessary.'
Trudeau Dares China for a Public Probe Over Uyghur Mistreatment as Beijing Attacks Canada's Human Rights Record
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to China's request for an investigation into the discovered remains of indigenous children, challenging the Chinese government to open Xinjiang for a public inquiry on Uyghur mistreatment.
Diners Attack New Jersey Waitress After Getting Chased for $70 Unpaid Bill
Authorities search for five suspects who reportedly abducted and assaulted a waitress in New Jersey who chased after them for not paying a $70 bill in a restaurant.
Missing US Student, Ex-Marine Found Dead in Russia Days After Sending Cryptic Text to Her Mom
American student and former marine, Catherine Serou, was found dead in Russia after her mother received a cryptic text saying she hopes she is not being abducted.
New York City Mayoral Volunteer for Eric Adams Stabbed, Suspect Fled the Scene
New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams' campaign volunteer was stabbed multiple times after an argument in the Bronx on Sunday. The officers encountered a "42-year-old male with multiple stab wounds."
Caroline Crouch Husband Guilty: Greek Pilot Sets Up Burglary, Pretends Heartbroken Before Admitting Crime
A Greek pilot confessed to the killing of his 20-year-old wife despite having plotted an elaborate scheme to free himself of suspicions. The 33-year-old Charalambos Anagnostopoulos claimed a gang of robbers broke into his home and killed his wife in front of their 11-month-old daughter.
WATCH: Masked Gunman Seen Opening Fire on Young Children, Terrifying Scene Shows New York's Increasing Gun Violence
A shocking video shows children were dragged and nearly shot by a masked gunman when on their way to buy candy in New York sidewalk.
Portland Police Riot Team Resigns After Cop Indicted for Alleged Assault
All 50 of Portland police officials from a highly trained rapid response unit voted unanimously to resign on Wednesday in response to the recent indictment of Officer Corey Budworth for allegedly assaulting a photographer with his baton.
South Carolina High Court Blocks Two Electric Chair Executions, Convicts Must Have Choice of Death by Firing Squad
The South Carolina Supreme Court blocked on Wednesday the scheduled executions of two convictees by electrocution. They are on hold due to the statutory right of inmates to choose the manner of their execution.
Student Loans Worth $500 Million Abolished After Thousands of Former ITT Tech Students Defrauded
Thousands of former ITT Tech students will be given student loan forgiveness totaling about $500 million after the government discovered fraud. United States President Joe Biden's administration is continuously working to canceling student loan debts moving forward.
4 Killed, 4 Injured in Second Chicago Mass Shooting Within 4 Days; Mayor Lori Lightfoot Urges to End Gun Violence
Chicago reported its second mass shooting on Tuesday, killing four people while four more were wounded four days after a similar case.
Trump's DOJ Under Investigation for Alleged Breach of Privacy and Attempts at Spying on Congress Members, Journalists
Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee ordered an investigation on the alleged spying of the DOJ on political opponents and journalists. The people potentially involved with the issue denied having knowledge of the orders.