A man who became known as Houston's "Tourniquet Killer" because of his signature murder technique on four female victims more than two decades ago is set to become the nation's first prisoner executed in 2018.
The Las Vegas Elvis impersonator who renewed the wedding vows three times for the couple who allegedly held their 13 children captive said in an interview Tuesday that he was physically sick when he learned about the news reports, but was heartened by the
Some courts in the U.S., particularly in states from California to New Jersey, use crime-predicting algorithms to determine if a defendant is likely to commit another crime in the future. While the software helps judges decide who gets bail, who goes to j
Two suspected leaders of a multi-state drug trafficking ring have been charged for their role in the operation, as investigators said the pair sent hundreds of pounds of crystal meth and marijuana through the US Postal Service.
A former California college student accused of attempting to provide material support to terrorists in Syria has invoked a rarely used argument in asking a federal judge in Chicago to dismiss the case on grounds he qualifies for immunity commonly bestowed
Lately, the case against family-based migration has taken a strident turn. Immigration restrictionists, including President Donald Trump, portray it as a conduit for terrorism and crime, writes Greg Ip.