A Bronx man was arrested when cops spotted him cruising through several red lights in a vehicle he converted to look like an undercover police car, equipped with flashing lights and fake police radios, authorities said.
Brooke Shields confronted her alleged stalker in court on Monday after years of fearing his obsessive behavior was being directed toward her young children.
The Amarillo Police Department have confirmed an active shooter situation at the Walmart on I-27 and Georgia.
FBI officials said Wednesday they believe a New York teenager who vanished in South Carolina seven years ago was held against her will for “several days” before she was murdered — and appealed to the public for any information in her death.
Former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli pleaded not guilty Monday to a new conspiracy charge filed by Brooklyn federal prosecutors.
Family members of Dan Markel’s ex-wife are implicated in a murder-for-hire scheme that ended in the legal scholar’s July 2014 killing.
NDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- June 3, 2016, marks five years since IU student Lauren Spierer went missing. Five years without answers. Five years without closure.
Former American International Group (AIG.N) chief executive Maurice “Hank” Greenberg must face a fraud trial over transactions at the insurer, New York’s highest court ruled on Thursday.
An hours-long manhunt was underway late Wednesday in Bay Area neighborhood for a gunman who violently evaded a traffic stop by shooting at and wounding two police officers, authorities said.
Rabbi Ratzon Arusi, the Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Ono and member of the Chief Rabbinate Council, on Wednesday attacked vehemently the precedent ruling of Tel Aviv Municipal Court Judge Itai Hermelin, which empowered groups of sex workers to operate a legal brothel.