A murder suspect who had been the subject of a vast police manhunt is believed to have lured two unarmed female constables to their deaths, police said, as tributes poured in for the officers who were fatally injured during a gun and grenade attack near Manchester, England.
Brace yourselves for the next wave in the surveillance state's steady incursions into our lives. It's coming at us with a lethal one-two punch.
Massachusetts Public Health Commissioner John Auerbach resigned Monday in the wake of a growing investigation into a chemist whose alleged mishandling of drug samples led police to shut down the state crime lab and re-examine tens of thousands of drug cases.
Anne Hultgren isn't a terrorist: in her hands she holds a batch of dead Bacillus subtilis bacteria which, when dispersed, will form nothing more than a harmless cloud. It's all part of an experiment by Hultgren's employer, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Animetrics has announced a strategic alliance with Raptor Identification Systems, Inc., makers of ruggedized Android 4.0-based mobile devices that combine biometric technologies with commercially current handheld smartphone and tablet technologies.
Science just caught up to Booker Diggins. One of the latest poster children for possible misconduct in former District Attorney Harry Connick's office has suddenly become something entirely different: A symbol of the perils of the historic disarray in the Orleans Parish criminal courthouse.
Tires screech as a driver tries to avoid a collision. This simulated accident involves a police cruiser, so the New York State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is called into action.
A forensic anthropologist testified that three deep cuts to bones of Maria Ridulph's throat and chest area looked to have been made by a knife blade.
The State Department told reporters that it won't answer any more questions about the Sept. 11 attack on the consulate in Benghazi that killed four Americans until the investigation into the incident is complete.
Massachusetts police chiefs, defense lawyers and prosecutors are preparing for the fallout from evidence mishandling at a busy state drug laboratory, a scandal they say could put felons back on the streets, inundate courts and damage public confidence in the justice system.
Jeffrey MacDonald began another bid to prove his innocence more than three decades after the former Green Beret was convicted of killing his pregnant wife and their two daughters.
A Citronelle woman was not quite 24 when she awoke almost 20 years ago and put on “clothes she would never wear again,” Assistant Mobile County District Attorney Jill Phillips said.
The American Civil Liberties Union will argue before a federal appellate court in San Francisco that California's DNA collection efforts have become unconstitutionally aggressive and that the spike in hits comes at the expense of civil liberties.
Carson City, Nevada's forensics have come a long away from the Chevy Nova being driven around as the mobile crime lab.