Using neutron activation analysis, researchers found chemical analysis of bullets is not nearly as precise as JFK investigators thought, and that the government reports are 'fundamentally flawed.'
Using neutron activation analysis, researchers found chemical analysis of bullets is not nearly...
The LAPD end-around the security features is the second well-documented time U.S. law enforcement has broken into the notoriously-difficult Apple hardware and software.
The Barnegat Police Department confirmed that 38-year-old Arthur Buckel was captured on security-camera images from a local CVS, one day after he escaped from the minimum security Bayside State Prison.
Authorities believe they may have a geographic lead into where the girl was from based on a forensic pollen analysis.
The 13 ships were split into five groups in Newport Harbor, and researchers believe the group that included the Lord Sandwich was positively located.
Marijuana has long been the drug du jour among teenagers across the country, and for good reason—it continues to be the most easily accessible.
Traditional decomposition models may have to be reconsidered, according to an ambitious new series of studies by a team of researchers at the famed “Body Farm.”
Here’s the forensic news you might have missed over the weekend, and what you’ll want to know to get you through your work week.
An investigation turned up racist and homophobic messages exchanged between three officers who are now no longer working with the department.
NY lawmakers are promoting the idea of a “Textalyzer”—a device that could give police access to a driver’s phone history immediately after a traffic accident.
Part of the defense's argument relies on some unknowns concerning the secondary transfer of trace amounts of genetic material.
The trial against the accused serial killer, who has been dubbed the “Grim Sleeper,” now turns to the validity of ballistics evidence.
Three researchers have re-examined the cases in light of statistics and the law to “unpick” the massive statistical errors.
Bogus medicines promise a lucrative gain for unscrupulous peddlers worldwide. But even if they’re caught, the human health toll has already been taken.
Researchers found no link between increases in overdoses and high-trafficking areas, suggesting the drugs are dispersed quickly throughout the country.