Brian W. Coulter and Gloria Y. Williams were arrested after a 15-year-old boy told authorities he had been living with his younger brother's body for a year.
The accused was a resident of a high-rise condominium in Thailand and was apparently angry she wasn’t told the painters would be doing work
A jury found Andrew Hall guilty of assault with a firearm in the 2018 killing of Laudemer Arboleda, an unarmed mentally ill man in a San Francisco suburb.
Officials said Nancy Shedleski admitted to dismembering his body and disposing of his remains after he died at their Pennsylvania home in 2015.
Francis Wayne Alexander’s family didn’t even realize he had been dead since the late 1970s, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said at a news conference.
Reports of hate crimes against Asians increased 76% amid the pandemic, according to data from the FBI's latest Hate Crime Statistics report.
A 15-year-old boy called authorities to report that his younger brother had been dead for a year and his body remained inside their Houston-area home, the local sheriff said.
Plaintiffs are suing a gamut of neo-Nazis and white supremacists over "Unite the Right," a far-right rally that grew violent four years ago in the Virginia city.
John T. Earnest avoided the death penalty with his plea in San Diego Superior Court.
Michael Leon Brock was filmed appearing to hit and push officers with the metal rod while wearing a hoodie reading "God, Guns and Trump."
Daniel Hale said guilt over participating in lethal drone strikes in Afghanistan led him to leak government secrets about the program to a reporter.
The sailor was a member of the USS Bonhomme Richard, but no name was released, no other details were provided, and the motive remains unclear.
The officers were filmed repeatedly kicking Dalonta Crudup in his head and striking Khalid Vaughn as he filmed the incident, the state attorney said.
The FBI arrested Missouri's Isaac Yoder, who admitted to entering the U.S. Capitol during the deadly insurrection while wearing colonial attire.
Matthew Taylor Coleman, accused of killing his two young children with a spearfishing gun, confessed he believed he was “saving the world from monsters.”
A man made threatening claims about a bomb outside the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill, prompting evacuations.
Imani Bell, 16, was running drills in nearly 100-degree heat in Georgia when she collapsed, her attorneys said. She later died.
Buying, selling or using a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card that features an official government agency seal can result in a fine and up to five years in prison.
A federal appeals court upheld his conviction and death sentence for the racist slayings of nine members of a Black South Carolina congregation.
The attack occurred during a screening of the horror-action film “The Forever Purge."