LOS ANGELES – Darren Sharper often seemed to get what he wanted.
PHOENIX — An Arizona woman who spent more than two decades on death row in her 4-year-old son’s killing saw her murder charge dismissed Monday, bringing an end to a controversial case that relied almost entirely on the work of a detective with a long history of misconduct.
A New Orleans judge ordered New York real estate scion Robert Durst to be held without bail Monday because he is a flight risk and danger to the community.
TRENTON — The attorney for a Pennsylvania woman who wanted a religious divorce said Monday that a Lakewood rabbi instructed her family to pay the rabbi $60,000 as part of his attempt to secure her divorce.
Former president Moshe Katsav will be released from prison for a Passover holiday break of 72 hours.
Alaskan authorities investigated Monday whether human remains discovered along a trail may be linked to the disappearance of a family of four who disappeared last May.
In an interview last week US President Barack Obama warned that the White House was “evaluating its options” vis-a-vis imposing a two-state solution to end the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois says that Chicago police officers are employing the controversial “stop and frisk” practice more than officers in New York City, where a judge ruled the widespread practice discriminated against minorities.
Buenos Aires – Argentinian archaeologists may have discovered a secret Nazi hideout deep in the jungles of the South American nation, AFP reported on Sunday, citing local media.
The former neighbor of Justin Bieber is suing the American pop star on grounds of emotional distress claiming that the singer’s bodyguard called him a “little Jew boy.”