New advances in satellite imaging have led to what could potentially be a second Viking settlement in the Americas.
Law enforcement seized 1,350 pounds of marijuana, and made multiple arrests, including the owner of the Calexico, Calif. home.
The Nazi doctor who oversaw torturous medical experiments that killed thousands at Auschwitz will actually contribute to forensic science, decades after his death.
A new study, by the European Monitoring Center, analyzed daily samples from waste-water treatment plants across the continent, and found some pretty interesting results.
Before Stalingrad, before the Somme, before Waterloo, and before even the Battle of Tours, there was the Tollense River Valley.
In what might be a landmark decision for state and local law enforcement, the FBI has agreed to unlock an iPhone and iPod in an Arkansas murder case.
Experts say the FBI’s technique might not going to be a master key for all investigation. It might be significantly complicated, delicate or expensive for less serious crimes.
A man, convicted in 2012 of killing a 7-year-old girl in 1957, declared his innocence and pleaded with a judge in a courtroom this week.
Now some forensic anthropologists are suggesting an unorthodox way residents might help alleviate backlogs at the coroner's office, while contributing to an already blooming field of forensic science.
Roadblocks to getting client info from a private company, and getting it right, are still serious complications, proving genealogy websites are a long-shot in criminal investigations.
The FBI hacked into San Bernardino killer's iPhone, and dropped its legal fight to compel Apple to help it crack the encryption—still many questions are left unanswered.
A convicted murderer escaped from a medium-security Ohio prison, and a manhunt is currently underway, according to officials. John Modie, who was serving 18 years to life in prison for murder and robbery convictions, was found missing from the Hocking Unit of the Southeastern Correctional Complex in Nelsonville during an inmate count late Sunday night
Amid chaos in China 3,000 years ago, some wise leaders carved ox shoulder bones, engraved writing on them, and held them over a searing fire.
A Bronx District Attorney recommended dismissing the conviction, but not the charges—a new investigation will revisit the entire case.
Researchers created a “decision tree” that will give forensic experts statistical probabilities that can help determine the uncertainty of a positive ID.