From deserted fields and dark forests to murky rivers and concrete jungles, environments can leave traces of physical evidence on a criminal.
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A serial killer preying on vulnerable young black women on the rough streets of South Los Angeles eluded police for two decades until someone rifling through a dumpster in 2007 noticed red fingernails poking out of a garbage bag.
As the world watched the FBI spar with Apple this winter in an attempt to hack into a San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, federal officials were quietly waging a different encryption battle in a Los Angeles courtroom.
ISIS has long leveraged social media to spread propaganda and even coordinate targets for attacks, using an ever-shifting collection of social media accounts for recruitment and even to call for attacks on individuals ISIS leaders have designated as enemies
The body of a young woman was found in the brush off Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles on No. 16, 1969. Forty-six years later, a series of developments have identified her as a girl who moved to LA from Montreal – and then ended up being brutally slain by the side of a road. Whether she was a victim of the then-at-large Manson Family remains to be seen.
A century ago, more than 60,000 tigers roamed the wild. Today, the worldwide estimate has dwindled to around 3,200.
The number of reported breaches of organizations' data has been growing hyperbolically over the past few years, based on data in Verizon's 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).
The US House unanimously approved legislation Wednesday requiring authorities to obtain a court warrant to acquire e-mails and data stored in the cloud.
Each year, more than 100,000 children take the stand to testify in criminal, civil or juvenile courts, but legal protections for these underage witnesses and victims greatly vary from state to state.
Researchers are using unique electronic “voices” to hopefully help investigator identify devices on electrical grid control networks.
The FBI says it won't publicly disclose the method that allowed it to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
The growing number of patients who claim marijuana helped them drop their painkiller habit has intrigued lawmakers and emboldened advocates, who are pushing for cannabis as a treatment for the abuse of opioids and illegal narcotics like heroin.
The United States has opened a new line of combat against the IS, directing the military’s six-year-old Cyber Command to mount computer-network attacks.
In the background of the photo, which was posted online, are products including prescription medication, but zooming in on that pill bottle makes the details unreadable.
A judge has thrown out the conviction of a dying Ohio inmate who has spent the last two decades in prison for allegedly killing his wife in 1981.
The apparently bilingual hacker originally published the details in Spanish—"just having some fun trolling the English speaking internet," he posted on Reddit—but subsequently translated the document into English.