Crime & Justice
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Addresses '70s Immigration Raids That Disproportionately Targeted Pacific Islanders
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern formally apologized to the Pacific Island communities in New Zealand for the immigration raids conducted by the country's government in the 1970s. The Dawn Raids disproportionately targeted Pacific Islanders who overstayed their visas despite the majority coming from other nations.
Louisiana Groom Arrested on Wedding Night After Shooting a Friend He Accuses of Having Affair with the Bride
A Louisiana groom allegedly shot a friend on his wedding day after he suspected the guy of having an affair with his bride during a mile-long traffic.
At Least 3 Dead, Dozens Injured in Bloody Mass Shooting in New York
Bloody mass shootings in New York have resulted in the death of at least three people and injured dozens of others during the weekend. The incidents came after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced earlier this month to increase support for law enforcement to tackle gun violence.
Louisiana Man Hires 2 Men to Kidnap Wife But They Drowned Instead
Two men invaded a woman's house with a gun, handcuffed her and her neighbors, and put a hood on her head. The kidnappers were hired by the woman's alienated husband.
Suspect Admits He Beheaded Minnesota Woman As She Tries to Break Up With Him; Girlfriend Had Heartbreaking Letter
Suspect who reportedly beheaded his girlfriend confessed to authorities that he decapitated the Minnesota woman because she tried to break up with him.
Canadian Fertility Doctor to Pay $10 Million for Allegedly Impregnating Women With His Sperm
A fertility doctor in Canada has agreed to a $10 million settlement for allegedly impregnating female patients with his own sperm. Despite agreeing to pay the fine, Norman Barwin did not admit to his fault, arguing he agreed to pay to avoid wasting any more time and money on the case that has been ongoing since 2016.
Capitol Police Doubt Congress' New Investigation Into Riot Will Bring Substantial Results
Police officers who defended Capitol Hill from rioters during the January 6 assault expressed their doubts that Congress' new investigation will result in anything positive.
Former U.S. Catholic Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Charged With Sexual Assault of 16-Year-Old Boy in 1974
Theodore McCarrick, a former United States Catholic Cardinal, is charged with the sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy in 1974. The priest was previously defrocked by Pope Francis after an investigation in the allegations of sexual abuse that span nearly two decades.
Missing Woman's Burned Body Discovered in a Dumpster After Canadian Authorities Mistake Corpse for a Mannequin
Canadian police and fire officials have apologized after it was revealed that first responders mistook a woman's burned body for a mannequin before throwing it away in a garbage.
55-Year-Old Minnesota Woman's Dead Body Found on Sidewalk With Her Decapitated Head Beside Her; Victim’s Boyfriend Arrested
A beheaded Minnesota woman, 55, was found beside a car on the sidewalk near the intersection with her body decapitated; boyfriend was arrested and charged with murder.
Judge Dismisses 1 Sexual Assault Charge in Harvey Weinstein Case
Los Angeles Judge Lisa B. Lench dismisses one of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault charges which detailed sexual battery. However, other charges that the defense team requested to be dismissed were denied by the judge who did not support their argument.
Firefighters Discover Indiana Woman's Decapitated Burning Body in Apartment; Suspect Faces Arson, Murder Charges
An Indiana man faces murder and arson charges for murdering an Indiana woman and setting fire to her residence.
Netflix's ‘Making a Murderer’ Subject Steven Avery is Denied Retrial to Show New Evidence, Currently Serving Life
Netflix documentary series "Making a Murderer" subject Steven Avery pleaded for new trial, but Wisconsin Court denied his request due to lack of specific components.
Hundreds of Children in Lambeth Abused, Sexually Harassed; Alleged "Culture of Cover-Up" Remains Unresolved
An investigation found that more than 700 children in Lambeth care homes suffered cruel abuse and sexual harassment as the Lambeth Council did very little to address the crimes. Pedophiles were able to infiltrate the care system and worked in places that allowed them to abuse children.
Tunisia Faces Uncertainties as Citizens Are Divided in Support of New Government Officials
Residents of Tunisia are uncertain of their faiths after 63-year-old President Kais Saied ousted Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi. The incident also saw the suspension of Parliament for up to 30 days, which the president's political rivals consider a coup.