Shipin Bao, the Volusia County, Fla., coroner who examined the body of Trayvon Martin and changed his mind regarding how long the teen lived after he was shot, was fired last week and is filing a $100 million lawsuit against his …
Texas has begun analyzing 20,000 of the nation’s estimated 400,000 untested rape kits, but opening up 20-year-old cold cases can be a painful exercise
Chris McNair was jailed in 2006 in relation to a corrupt $3 billion sewer project in Alabama’s Jefferson County
The punishment may be a harbinger of what fellow leaker Edward Snowden could face
Monday’s court order aims to put an end to the NYPD’s racial profiling–and some of its autonomy
A judge’s order calls attention to the rules governing baby names
In a 5-4 ruling, Justices found a Native American father had no right to take his daughter from a South Carolina couple
Simpson testifies, for the first time ever, in a Las Vegas court room.
The glove didn’t fit the first time, but O.J. has had a tougher time defending his innocence in the more recent Vegas memorabilia case
A witness takes the stand — reluctantly — as a high-profile rape trial involving two Ohio high school football players continues.
With James Eagan Holmes’ defense unprepared to enter a plea, a judge does it for them. Here’s what the next few months might bring for the alleged Aurora, Colo. gunman.
The former Illinois congressman and son of a civil rights crusader pleaded guilty on Wednesday to federal conspiracy charges, bringing what’s likely a grim end to a fast-rising political career.