In his first address to the victims’ families and survivors of the attack, the Boston Marathon bomber apologized and admitted his guilt.
It’s the first time the convicted Boston Marathon bomber addressed the victims and family members of those he killed.
The Times and ACLU are asking a court to order the federal government to release nine memos they believe provide the legal justification for targeted drone strikes that have killed more than 100.
South Carolina is one of only five states without a hate crime statute. Following the Charleston church shooting, one lawmaker hopes to change that.
Rikers guards Brian Coll and Byron Taylor were arrested Wednesday in connection with the December 2012 death of inmate Ronald Spear.
Daryan and Daryll Warner both pleaded guilty to and agreed to cooperate with United States federal prosecutors as part of an investigation into the massive FIFA corruption probe. Their father, former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner, has been charged in the scandal.
Prosecutors on Wednesday unsealed a transcript of Chuck Blazer’s guilty plea proceeding. This deal helped United States prosecutors develop their recent case against several FIFA executives, leading to the most wide-scale corruption charges in sporting history.
On May 29, Ross Ulbricht, 31, was convicted of running the “darknet” drug bazaar before it was seized by the federal government. A week later, his lawyer has filed an appeal to overturn Ulbricht’s conviction and sentence.
Contained in a 47-count indictment are allegations that Jack Warner orchestrated a scheme to win South Africa its 2010 World Cup host bid. He told supporters he will fight extradition to the U.S.
It includes provisions for greater citizen input, accountability reforms, more training, and changes to the use of force policy.
A former Drug Enforcement Administration agent and current technology specialist with the agency were arrested and charged this week for lying about owning a New Jersey strip club that employed undocumented workers and condoned prostitution.
“In his own words, ‘An eye for an eye.’”
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death after he was convicted of killing four people and injuring more than 260 in the most infamous terrorist attack since 9/11.
BuzzFeed News reporter Mike Hayes is in the courtroom.
Sister Helen Prejean, a famous anti–death penalty advocate and Catholic nun, testified about her March meeting with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The defense and the prosecution rested their cases on Monday.
Mitre Sports International claimed in federal court that a 2008 Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel report depicting their alleged use of child labor was a “hoax.”
The autopsy reports for the Chapel Hill all three shooting victims were released Wednesday.
One year after her son was shot 14 times and killed by a police officer, Maria Hamilton struggles to get closure.
The Boston bombing trial is suspended until Monday due to sick juror. Meanwhile, Tsarnaev family members from Russia remain in Boston while they wait to testify.
Medical records for Anzor Tsarnaev shown on day seven of Tsarnaev’s penalty phase defense at the Boston bombing trial.