Greedy, well-armed and guided by a ruthless sense of loyalty to mob values, these are among the deadliest mafiosi in the history of Cosa Nostra in America.
On January 22, 2006, the bodies of Rachel Entwistle and 9-month-old Lillian were found in their Hopkinton, Mass., home. Father and husband Neil Entwistle was charged with the crimes, convicted, and sentenced to life without parole. He was initially jailed at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center–a bit of irony considering Rachel’s maiden name was Souza. See the case in photos.
From sex toys to dead lions, thieves steal the darndest things!
A review of our most popular slideshows of 2012.
From art to trash bins and everything in between; nothing is safe from vandals.
Even the most dedicated athletes sometimes get caught using some performance inhibiting substances.
On December 7, 1988, Seymour and Arlene Tankleff were brutally murdered in their home. Their adopted son Martin confessed to the crime, was tried and convicted. It would take him 20 years to prove he was innocent after all.
Greed and manipulation were at play when mother-and-son grifter duo Sante and Kenny Kimes turned to murder. See the case in photos.
A survey of recent cases that captured the public’s attention and outrage.
A look in photos at the guilty verdict and subsequent death sentence handed down in Scott Peterson’s murder trial. Peterson was tried in 2004 for the death of his wife Laci and their unborn child.