Olga Hostyeva was working at a New York Courtyard by Marriott in October when she says a guest "brandished his gun and pointed its muzzle at her from a distance of merely a few feet."
Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., real estate executive Ana Walshe, 39, was last seen in the early morning hours of Jan. 1 and has been missing ever since.
Photographs show a NYC Walgreens store has locked up its candy and ice cream, as a spokesperson called retail crime "one of the top challenges facing the industry today."
Chicago Police have announced new scheduling mandates to benefit police officers after a city analysis discovered over 1,100 officers had worked 13 days straight.
Convicted murderer Scott Peterson will soon learn whether or not he will be granted a new trial after his initially scheduled hearing was delayed due to COVID exposure.
Disgraced Theranos health care tech founder Elizabeth Holmes is asking a judge to overturn a jury's "guilty" verdict convicting her on four counts..
Greater New York City-area Ukrainian-American business owners and community leaders alike are spearheading efforts to raise money and continue to support their embattled loved ones, all in the hopes of showing Ukrainians, "They’re not alone."
A downtown Seattle bakery is temporarily closing one of its locations "for the safety of its employees" after a spate of recent shootings, including at least one that was fatal, has left owners concerned, according to officials and reports.
California has sued Tesla Inc. over allegations of discrimination and harassment of Black employees at its San Francisco Bay Area factory, according to a report.