Now researchers are finding some clues to their lives from the DNA in the remains – the forensic traces of viral DNA lodged deep inside the bones.
The search is on for a large marijuana-grow operation after the growers dumped their trash in a neighborhood canal.
An estimated 5,000 untested rape kits are in New Mexico's crime labs and warehouses, and it could take five years to work through the backlog, state officials say.
The future of IoT could be jeopardised as a vast majority of firms are copying each others' codes making over three million devices vulnerable to attacks.
A proposed law meant to encourage companies to share information about cyberthreats with the U.S. government includes measures that could significantly limit what details, if any, the public can review about the program through federal and state public records laws.
Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy Adam Collette knelt on the asphalt and heard the muffled cries of a baby who had been buried alive.
The National Security Letter (NSL) is a potent surveillance tool that allows the government to acquire a wide swath of private information—all without a warrant.
A Kansas bail bondsman was charged Monday with assaulting his wife and abusing his missing son, and a prosecutor said the case "escalated into a much larger investigation" when police found unidentified human remains in a barn on the man's property.
The Planned Parenthood and Chase bank remain closed off to the public tonight as law enforcement continues their investigation into what could possibly take several more days if not weeks.
Digital forensics is expected to become a $4.97 billion business by 2021, up from $2.03 billion in 2014, according to a recent Transparency Market Research study reported by Medgadget.
There may be a reason why none of the series spin-offs was named CSI: North Carolina. Our state crime lab was not exactly cutting-edge. Quite the opposite, actually. It was slow and unreliable, attributes that led too often to wasted investigations and dismissed cases.
ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder" shows people desperately trying to clean crime scene evidence. But in real life, the legal clean-up truck that arrives is from Emergency Response Crime Scene Cleaning.
The analysis included the genomes of some 230 Europeans who lived between the years of 6,500 B.C. and 300 B.C., according to the authors, most of whom were affiliated with the renowned geneticist David Reich and his Harvard laboratory.
Since terrorists struck Paris last Friday night, the debate over whether encryption prevents intelligence services from stopping attacks has re-ignited. The New York Times and Yahoo reported on vague claims that the terrorists’ use of encryption stymied investigators who might have thwarted their plans.
The District’s highest court on Tuesday considered whether to change the rules for screening out “bad science” from trials and to adopt the standards used in most states and federal courts.