A juror in the James J. “Whitey” Bulger trial says the defense argument that the government was also on trial resonated with jurors. “It worked!” said Scott Hotyckey in an interview at his Framingham home.
Photographer Nina Berman had just started focusing on climate and environmental issues when she read an article about fracking and its connection to the possible contamination of New York City’s drinking water.
Alaska State Troopers have increased the total number of VPSOs spread among the state’s remote communities to more than 100 for the first time in decades. New Stuyahok and Kiana both were granted a second officer.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The FBI on Monday released an updated timeline of travels and crimes by Israel Keyes, a confessed Alaska serial killer who is believed to have killed 11 people before committing suicide in his jail cell last year.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Eric Holder is calling for major changes to the nation's criminal justice system that would scale back the use of harsh prison sentences for certain drug-related crimes, divert people convicted of low-level...
"From One Second to the Next," the rather unlikely film below, came together when AT&T approached the legendary German filmmaker Werner Herzog and asked if he would direct a series of short films warning people about the dangers of texting while...
A lack of basic social services and abandoned blocks are just a few of the side effects Detroit citizens face due to their city's financial woes. But in some neighborhoods, Motor City residents are taking revitalization efforts into their own hands.