Joe Exotic was convicted in April 2019 of federal murder-for-hire charges.
Shopkeepers are boarding up storefronts as a defense against riots and looting during COVID-19 lockdowns, and police are reassigning officers to more visible posts.
The prosecution of Wells Fargo executives who oversaw the bank’s activities is seen by lawmakers and investors as one of the final pieces of the scandal’s fallout for the bank.
Scammers are sending fake text messages offering "stimulus check" deals from the big-box store.
The New York City Police Foundation has purchased 450,000 coronavirus prevention supplies for officers.
Big Cat Rescue owner Carole Baskin's husband, Don Lewis, was last seen in 1997 and has since been presumed dead.
A Vincent van Gogh painting was stolen in the height of the coronavirus crisis.
The State Department announced cash rewards of up to $55 million for information leading to the arrests or convictions of Maduro and his associates.
Across the U.S., officials have begun releasing inmates or refusing to accept more individuals as they grapple with the pandemic.
Amazon said that sellers found to have violated its policies are referred to law enforcement agencies for potential action.
The once-lauded movie mogul's career and personal life have virtually crumbled amid sexual misconduct accusations from more than 100 women.
Thousands of inmates in at least 16 states are being released in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in crowded jails and prisons.
Weinstein celebrates his birthday on Thursday in new prison digs.
As of noon Wednesday, at least 7,324 people have tested positive for COVID-19 nationwide, with New York and Washington topping the charts for the most reported cases.
Rumors circulated Tuesday alleging Winfrey was arrested after her Florida home had been raided in connection to a sex trafficking ring.
The trial will resume April 6.
Cybersecurity firm Reason Labs found that coronavirus maps were being used to infect people’s computers with malware.
One inmate's father said he believed each man was getting about $20,000.
Wynn, 78, resigned in February 2018 as chairman and chief executive of Wynn Resorts. He has consistently denied sexual misconduct allegations, which were first reported in January 2018.
The Prison Policy Initiative estimates there are more than 2 million people jailed nationwide.