Jason "Jace" Alexander, director of the TV series "Law & Order," was arrested on child pornography charges Wednesday, accused of possessing and disseminating videos of young girls engaging in sex acts.
Alexander, 50, of Dobbs Ferry, New York, was accused of using an Internet torrent service to send...
Turkey's leading online food-ordering company recently sold, but internal morale is high.
That's because Nevzat Aydin, the CEO and co-founder of Yemeksepeti.com, paid out $27 million in company sale proceeds to 114 of his employees, according to CNN Money. That's an average bonus of $237,000,...
This is what happens when you elect a bush. For sex.
A Connecticut man is suspected of getting freak-nasty with the foliage in his yard, according to the Connecticut Post. Wallace Berg, 81, was completely naked Monday in his Stratford yard when a neighbor witnessed him allegedly...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The pilot of a Virgin Galactic spaceship that disintegrated midflight recalls trying in vain to activate oxygen to help him breathe as he fell toward the California desert.
Federal accident investigators on Tuesday released a summary of their interview with Peter Siebold,...
UPDATE: July 29 -- Australian detectives have confirmed that McCann is "totally excluded as a potential victim" in this case, according to Express.
British police searching for Madeleine McCann have contacted Australian authorities over a body that was found in a suitcase there.
Madeleine was almost 4 years old in...
An Alabama woman was charged last week in the killing and dismembering of a young man who went missing in 1995.
Birmingham police didn't even know the victim was murdered until a witness came forward six months ago, saying that...
In the years leading up to the theater shooting on Thursday in Louisiana, suspected shooter John "Rusty" Houser was becoming more and more erratic.
Neighbors say he went from a choir singer in the local church to an evicted tenant who trashed and booby-trapped his home in spite of the new owners, WRBL reports.
In February 2014, Norman Bone -- who already knew Houser and purchased his home after it went into foreclosure -- approached Houser to ask when he was going to leave. He says he got some colorful language and a door slammed in his face in return.
When Houser missed his eviction hearing, Bone went to the house with an officer. The cop told Bone to stand back upon realizing that the home was trashed and a gas line had been left open, with the electric fireplace still on.
There are conflicting reports about whether Houser intended to make the house blow up or catch on fire, but one thing's for certain: He wanted to send a message.
Inside, officers found that Houser had poured concrete into the drains, and cemented the fuse box shut. Everything he left in the home was smashed and on the floor, and paint was splashed on the walls. The only thing left untouched was his estranged wife's wedding dress, left on a hanger in the closet.
It was clear Houser didn't want the new tenants to live there, Bone said.
A friend of Houser told The Huffington Post that the man started to derail 10 years ago. He began to radicalize politically, became violent with his family, according to court documents, and started to build a rap sheet that included theft, domestic violence and arson.
His violent behavior culminated in the theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, which left two dead and nine wounded before Houser turned the gun on himself.
The Associated Press contributed to this...
The judge in the Colorado movie massacre trial sent the jury home until Monday after a member of the panel complained early on Friday that she was suffering from a sinus infection, fever and headache and could not concentrate.
"We've all been sick before ... we can all empathize," Arapahoe County District Court Judge Carlos Samour told the juror. Lawyers from both sides agreed to the pause, which Samour said could be extended until Tuesday depending on her condition. "I want her to get better," the judge said.
The panel of nine women and three men are hearing the punishment phase of the trial of gunman James Holmes, 27, who killed 12 people and wounded 70 in a July 2012 rampage at a midnight screening of a Batman film at a Denver area theater.
A juror reportedly wore a shirt like this to the James Holmes trial.
Defense lawyers had been expected to ask the jurors whether they saw any media reports of Thursday night's deadly movie theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Almost three years to the day after Holmes went on his rampage in Aurora, a 59-year-old Alabama drifter killed two women with a handgun, then himself, police said.
On Thursday, the jurors found the prosecution had proved aggravating factors which the state argued make Holmes' crimes so heinous he deserves to be put to death.
The trial is now in the mitigation phase, with the gunman's attorneys calling witnesses including former teachers of the defendant, a high school friend, and the head counselor at a summer camp where Holmes worked.
After the jurors were sent home Friday, the defense continued to call witnesses whose testimony was recorded on video. It will be played later in open court.
If the jury decides unanimously that the mitigating factors outweigh the aggravating ones, Holmes will get an automatic life sentence. If not, they will hear victim impact testimony, then ultimately deliberate on whether he should be executed.
Separately on Friday, Samour noted an online report that an alternate juror wore a Metallica T-shirt on Thursday bearing the image of an electric chair and slogan "Ride the Lightning."
After questioning the juror, the judge said he was satisfied the juror was not trying to send a message, and just grabbed any shirt. Samour criticized the reporter.
"This had no meaning at all ... but he made a story out of it because he wanted to show he was the smartest kid in class," Samour...
In the hot, sticky summers of many of America's cities, the smell of urine can be all too familiar.
San Francisco is peeing back at public urinators by painting its walls with UV-coated, urine-repellent paint, local TV station KPIX reports. The paint is so hydrophobic that it keeps the wall clean and sprays urine right back at offenders.
“We are piloting it to see if we can discourage people from peeing at many of our hot spots,” Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru told SFGate. “Nobody wants to smell urine. We are trying different things to try to make San Francisco smell nice and look beautiful.”
San Fran -- which CNN reports has a bad whiz kid problem -- got the idea from Germany, whose hard-partying city of Hamburg can "smell like a sewer" each morning, said Julia Staron, who organized the city's paint campaign.
San Francisco Public Works has received 375 requests to steam-clean pee-soaked walls since January, CNN reports. Public urination has been punishable by a $50 to $100 fine there since 2002, but the fine has done little to curb the problem.
Walls that pee back just might.
Crews have already painted 10 walls in San Francisco and Public Works intends to expand the program, according to KPIX.
Your move, New...
Investigators say no injuries consistent with a violent homicide were found during an autopsy of Sandra Bland, who was found dead in a Texas jail.
Waller County prosecutor Warren Diepraam on Thursday discussed details of the autopsy of the 28-year-old, whom authorities say was found...
A predator has been roving around Puyallup, Washington state where he's tried to lure young children into his vehicle, police say.
On July 9 and 12, a suspect offered children candy and tried to grab them, Puyallup police said...
A transgender woman's body was found in a Tampa, Florida park on Tuesday morning, adding her name to a growing list of trans women violently killed this year nationwide.
India Clarke, 25, was found dead by a park employee at about 9 a.m. in a grassy area...
For nearly two years, Jessica Carlton was obsessed.
The 44-year-old woman would sit in her Grand Rapids, Michigan home, allegedly chatting over Xbox Live with an 11-year-old boy. Between May 2013 and April 2015, Carlton shared explicit photos and videos with her victim, carved his initials into her...
A police chief in a small island village in Ohio looked the other way when one of his officers used "roofies" to drug and rape two female cadets, then threatened the victims and covered up the crime, two federal lawsuits allege.
The alleged crimes are 12 years...
Atlanta police need help finding the people that they said purposely left a dog in a hot car to die.
The body of Blue the pit bull was found inside an abandoned car on June 17, according to Atlanta Crime Stoppers, though Blue's owner had left for work...
Police searching a home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for drugs found a 15-year-old boy weighing just 47 pounds lying on a cot and covered in cockroaches.
The child, who was reportedly suffering from a seizure when police found him, was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. His mother,...
Lucas Michael Chansler is currently serving 105 years in prison after he extorted hundreds of teenage girls online for their naked photos, but the FBI still hasn't found all his victims.
Chansler, 31, targeted nearly 350 minors in 26 states between 2007 and 2010. The FBI has only identified and...
The pilot of a hospital helicopter died and two others were injured after the chopper crashed and burned during takeoff.
The Flight for Life medical helicopter was leaving St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco on Friday afternoon when it crashed, CBS Denver reports.
Richard Matt wrote a letter to his daughter before he broke out of maximum security prison in New York, hinting at his escape plot and promising to find her when he was on the outside, The Buffalo News reports.
The letter was postmarked just before he escaped on...