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.
Cellebrite told Forensic Magazine in November that the latest Apple iPhones and iOS programs were extremely difficult, if not impossible, to bypass.
A "21st-century" tool might help scientists streamline and standardize forensic operations, and unmanageable data, under one DNA-testing platform.
The DOJ has been tightlipped on the specifics, but Dept. Attorney General Sally Yates recruited prominent forensic scientists to help with the massive undertaking.
One in five female students are sexually assaulted on college campuses, but, the actual number of crimes reported to police is significantly lower.
The X-ray methods included multi-scale X-ray fluorescence micro-imaging on ID21 beamline, X-ray diffraction on ID11, and X-ray absorption near edge structure on BM26, according to the scientists.
The government claims “an outside party” may have found a way to beat Apple’s security without the company’s help.
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.
The cops disabled a 16-camera surveillance system during the course of the raid. However, there was a hidden four-camera system which continued recording.
In the aftermath of a police raid on a Brussels apartment, Tuesday, authorities might have new evidence in the search to find the world’s most want terrorist.
Drones that scan crime scenes, portable detectors to sniff out clandestine graves, and the FBI’s billion dollar Next-Gen I.D. system.