Anything but academic, a tenure dispute in Alabama became a blood bath when professor Amy Bishop opened fire at a faculty meeting.
The first of a three-part series on PFC Bradley Manning and the scandal surrounding the accused WikiLeaker.
Part two of a three-part series on PFC Bradley Manning and the scandal surrounding the accused WikiLeaker.
The conclusion of a three part series on PFC Bradley Manning and the scandal surrounding the accused WikiLeaker.
At age 19, this Wisconsin psychopath broke into a home, tied a young baby sitter to a bed and raped her at knife point. He then shot the homeowner in the face. Sentenced to 70 years, he only served a few years. He then raped another teenager and was sentenced to only 12 years, but was again released to hone his skill as a serial killer.
After decades of prison for allegedly murdering his wife and daughters, he may finally get a fair shake in the courts as retired U.S. marshall comes forward to reveal the confession of major suspect Helena Stoeckley of having been at MacDonalds house to get drugs.
In Sutter County, California, near the Feather River five miles north of Yuba City, a Japanese farmer named Goro Kagehiro was touring his peach orchard on May 19, 1971 when he spotted a freshly-dug hole between two trees that appeared to be the size of a man. He could not understand why someone had dug there. It turned out to be the grave of migrant workers who had been the victims of a killing spree. At least 25 men were eventually found buried in that area.
Corona provided labor to the farmers and was eventually convicted of the crimes, but evidence has surfaced that suggests a rush to judgment.
Did this film legend die of an accidental overdose of sedatives? Did she commit suicide? Or did she become such a liability to her lovers, John and Robert Kennedy, that she had to be murdered?
An examination of the investigation in murder of 3-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Anthony's long-awaited trial for the murder of her daughter Caylee proved to be as dramatic as it was surprising from beginning to end, surprising even the Anthonys themselves.
Billionaire oil man went to trial twice for murdering his daughter and wife's boyfriend, shooting a witness, assaulting his wife and paying to have a judge murdered. This case was one of the most expensive in Texas history. Davis was allegedly the model for the villainous J.R. Ewing on the nighttime soap opera "Dallas."
Beautiful and talented child was found dead in the basement of her doting parents' Boulder, Colorado home. Police immediately assumed that either John or Patsy Ramsey are guilty of their daughter's death. The media demonized the parents for entering her in beauty pageants and destroyed the Ramseys' excellent reputation by promoting unsubstantiated rumors and distortions of fact. Finally, retired investigator Lou Smit analyzes the evidence that helped vindicate the long-suffering parents, but stubborn wrong-headed law enforcement in Boulder let the trail of the real killer get cold. This case ranks as one of the worst travesties of justice in recent times.