Vanderbilt University officials have launched a hate crime investigation after three swastikas were found spray-painted inside a Jewish fraternity house.
Robert Durst’s stunning TV confession that he “killed them all” can likely be used against him in court, legal experts said Monday. Durst’s off-camera open-mike admission was the highlight of HBO’s “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” which finished its six-episode run Sunday night. “There it is. You’re caught!” Durst whispered to…Details
WASHINGTON — A Denver-bound flight returned to Dulles International Airport Monday evening after a passenger caused a disturbance, authorities said.
The NYPD is turning to a high-tech tool to stop gun violence: Shot Spotter, a technology that can track gunfire. The mayor and police commissioner unveiled the trial program on Monday.
POLICE are investigating after a woman stabbed a man in a brazen daylight attack in front of dozens of schoolchildren yesterday.
Danish police on Tuesday searched eight Copenhagen apartments as part of an ongoing investigation into the February 14-15 attacks that left two people dead.
There is a threat of violence against Jewish groups in Sweden and other parts of Europe, U.S. special envoy against anti-Semitism said on a visit to the Swedish city of Malmo on Monday.
Real estate heir Robert Durst waived extradition and will return to Los Angeles to face a murder charge in the 2000 death of a writer and friend who acted as his spokeswoman.
Brussels – Belgian authorities are hoping they have made a major breakthrough in solving a heist of diamonds and gems worth some 40 million euros ($42 million) at Brussels’ international airport two years ago.
The car belonging to a Los Angeles Police Department officer wanted as a person of interest in a homicide was found Sunday in Pomona.