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.
A man charged in freeway shootings that rattled Phoenix last year has been released from jail amid questions about the evidence that authorities say links him to the crimes.
The widespread unrest that broke out in Baltimore on the day of Freddie Gray's funeral on April 27, 2015, has been attributed to a host of factors, including decades of dysfunction in the city's institutions, neighborhoods and leadership.
A 76-year-old Washington state man released from prison after a prosecutor concluded he was wrongly convicted in the 1957 killing of a schoolgirl says he intends to sue Illinois for the suffering five years of imprisonment caused him and his family.
The potential crime scene was hard to miss if you were in downtown Indianapolis, Monday afternoon.
Nearly 32 years after a 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by two men in a Greeley, a new law led to the arrest of two men in the case.
A nasty piece of ransomware that took crypto-extortion to new heights contains a fatal weakness that allows victims to decrypt their data without paying the hefty ransom.
Dan Davis watched on a video screen as an underwater robot explored a ship that had sunk to the bottom of the Black Sea. He was stunned to see bones appear in the wreckage.
The government hack of an iPhone used by a San Bernardino killer serves as a reminder that phones and other electronic devices aren't impenetrable vaults.
Fixing the problem involved installing an available update or manually deleting two lines of software code.
The FBI and Justice Department are debating whether the hacking tool that helped the bureau unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino, Calif., terrorists can be used to help state and local law enforcement, officials said Friday.
One of Central Florida’s most notorious murderers is trying to get out of prison and lawyers are arguing science could clear his name.
It could be a simple matter of launching what’s commonly called a “brute force attack” - trying every possible combination of passcode numbers until the phone opens.
The city is finalizing an $11.6 million contract with Taser International that includes 2,500 cameras and storage.