A Turkish man who led three cyberattacks against global financial institutions that caused more than $55 million in losses pleaded guilty Tuesday.
A routine call on a Virginia police officer's first day on patrol took a horrific turn when the officer was fatally shot and two of her colleagues were wounded.
A suspected serial killer has been linked to the death of a New Jersey high school student whose naked, battered body was found alongside a highway 50 years ago.
Georgetown announced a $10 million gift that will endow a program on the forensic study of the Holocaust at its Center for Jewish Civilization, located in the School of Foreign Service.
A Virginia man convicted of raping and beating a 10-year-old girl in 1990, will get new DNA testing of evidence that was never analyzed, a judge ruled this week.
An international team of genomics experts and forensic specialists said Wednesday it will study the remains of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda to try to solve the cause of his death.
The Justice Department is reviewing forensic sciences practiced by the FBI to ensure that experts are not overstating their findings against criminal defendants, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates said Wednesday.
A man convicted of killing a state trooper by the side of a New Jersey highway was sent back to the state parole board by the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Authorities trying to rescue a family begging for help after their 26-year-old son opened fire in their Phoenix home arrived to a chaotic crime scene they could not prepare for.
State lawmakers are poised to set aside $1.5 million to help Oregon state police hire more crime lab technicians to process sexual assault kit evidence as part of Melissa's Bill.
Human remains found near a creek south of St. James where a 13-year-old boy with autism went missing last summer were scheduled to be taken to Columbia Tuesday to begin forensics testing.
The ongoing back-and-forth between the FBI and Apple over the encryption on the work iPhone of one of the alleged San Bernardino killers continues – with experts and the American public divided on the concepts of safety and privacy when it comes to their mobile data.
In February 2012, Edgar Hernandez walked with a team of archaeologists beneath the lush cypress forests of a military base in Coban, a city of 250,000 that sits in a high misty valley in the mountains of central Guatemala. They cleared grass from areas where the land seemed to dip, as though the soil had been disturbed decades before. Then, surrounded by soldiers, the archaeologists staked out thin exploratory trenches and began to dig.
An anonymous tip that went nowhere and a 25-year-old blanket could be responsible for solving one of New Jersey's most enduring murder mysteries — was 5-year-old Timothy Wiltsey killed by his own mother?
When my husband called and told me the news that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had died, the first question that came out of my mouth was, "Where?"