Police on Tuesday continued to piece together the motive behind an astonishing murder-suicide that played out at a California grade school, where three people died Monday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Convicted South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof is set to plead guilty to state murder charges, avoiding a second death sentence and effectively bringing to a close the prosecutions against him for the 2015 slaughter. Solicitor Scarlett Wilson told The Associated Press on Friday that Roof is scheduled to enter a […]
Antoine Edwards, 31, was booked and charged with second-degree murder in the July 31 shooting that claimed the lives of Joshua and Ryan "Rudy" Johnson.
The suspect, Isaac Duran, 23, told authorities he strangled Felicia Barahona, the 36-year-old mother of his child, with an electrical cord and then drowned Miguel, his toddler, in the bathtub.
Willie Bell, a 44-year-old Chicago man, is accused of murdering his romantic rival, Timothy Lawrence, 48, by dressing as a meter reader to gain access to his home.
Chicago prosecutors charged a man with a child's murder more than two decades after the crime. DNA evidence exonerated an inmate serving a life sentence for the murder.
New polls suggest a strong lead in the key states for Hillary Clinton. A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that Clinton surges ahead of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in Colorado, Iowa, and Virginia.
The mass shooting that left six dead in Pittsburgh, Pa. Wednesday has been deemed a "calculated, brutal" operation by the Allegheny district attorney.
A confessed serial killer, who preyed on poor Black women in Indiana, has been hit with five new charges, reports CNN.
Jennifer Hudson’s former brother-in-law William Balfour who was convicted of killing her mother, brother and nephew has spoken out for the first time since he was sentenced to life in prison in 2012. In an interview with ABC7 from Pontiac Correctional Center, Balfour has claimed evidence from the murder was planted in a conspiracy to put him […]
Despite yesterday's announcement from Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty, the Department of Justice insists that the case of Tamir Rice's death is not over and that it is leading its own independent review.