A dashcam video of another 2014 fatal shooting of a black man by a Chicago police officer has become public, with Cook County's top prosecutor explaining in unusual detail her reasons for not charging the officer. Here are the key parts of the case.
A Gary detective who was about to retire asked the Lake County Sheriff's Department to dig out their old files on the homicide of an 8-year-old boy he was never able to forget.
The UK's top digital investigators weighs in on the state of digital forensics and the need for accreditation for a majority of disciplines by 2017.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Science Unit (FSU) has recently made significant progress in the June 1998 case of a homicide of an unidentified woman, whose body was discovered in an overgrown area off of Irving Road.
Scientific breakthroughs in DNA analysis are making it easier to solve crimes. Yet the sometimes-complicated tests performed at the Monroe County Crime Lab come with a hefty price tag that will sky-rocket to almost double next year.
The Muslim husband and wife behind the mass shooting in San Bernardino began erasing their digital footprint a day in advance of the deadly attack, deleting email accounts, disposing of hard drives and smashing their cellphones, according to law enforcement investigators who are treating the probe as a counterterrorism case.
In September, Florida police released a sketch of a dark-haired, dark-eyed Latino man with smooth skin, high cheekbones and a pointed chin. But the sketch wasn’t drawn by a police artist based on eyewitness accounts.
According to a government official quoted by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, China is responsible for a breach at the Bureau of Meteorology, which may have allowed attackers to gain access to sensitive national security data.
The man who found the bones said he was out hunting when his dog led him to the remains. He found a pair of jeans with bones in them and then a few hours later, he found a skull about 75 yards away.
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.