Hoffa has been missing since he was last seen outside an Oakland County restaurant 38 years ago. "Right now the case remains
Jimmy Hoffa Search Underway As FBI, Sheriff's Agents Dig Up Oakland Township Field In Metro Detroit [UPDATES]
Federal agents first heard about the vacant property in January, when the son of Joseph Zerilli, known as one of the city's
Jimmy Hoffa Murder: Tony Zerilli, Reported Mafia Member, Says Labor Leader's Body Is Buried In Michigan
But in an exclusive interview aired Sunday night with WDIV in Detroit, purported mob member Tony Zerilli says he really knows
Back on November 13th, Christmas With Scotty McCreery was the subject of an interview with the young American Idol winner and country music star. As we're getting closer to the holidays, Scotty offered this glimpse into his Christmasness with this exclusive EPK...
Roseville Police Chief James Berlin was skeptical about the possibility of digging up any clues, because of a timeline that
There is another news report this week about a potential lead in solving the case of Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance. Rather than participating in the media circus, I ask you to reflect for a moment on the impact of his abduction on those who loved him most -- his family.
With the exception of Fox News, all media reporters will fill in the time originally allotted to the election with coverage devoted to the possible unearthing of former Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa from a home in Roseville, Michigan.
Though the FBI and local police will investigate a tip that claims to solve the mystery of Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance in
After years of rumors, the search for Jimmy Hoffa, the Teamsters boss who disappeared in 1975, is going underground. Police
In TNT’s hit show, The Closer, Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson is the LAPD’s eponymous case-clincher. Known for her unorthodox
Forget Jimmy Hoffa, the Teamsters Union is getting a far more telegenic representative. Oscar-nominated actor Mark Wahlberg
Real estate is "the contemporary version of pornography, drugs, sex, rock and roll -- a subject of obsessive fascination," said author and chronicler of all things social Michael Gross in a sit-down interview.