Six-year-old Etan Patz disappeared while walking to his New York City bus stop on May 25, 1979. In 2001 Etan was declared dead, and in 2010 his case was reopened. After 33 years, police may have found a new lead in the child's mysterious disappearance.
In 1979, 6-year-old Etan Patz went missing while walking to his New York City school bus stop. Only two blocks from his home, he was never seen again. Investigators are now working on some new leads.
After being dismissed from the Secret Service, the former uniformed officer plans to sue the agency, as Mark Sullivan, the agency's director, informed lawmakers Wednesday night.
One in four adult men in the country admitted they have committed a rape at least once in their life.
As Ohio prepares for its first execution in six months, Mark Wiles requested a large pizza with pepperoni and extra cheese and hot sauce, among other things for his last meal on the eve of his expiration.
Ex-Bodyguard In Legal Fight Over Michael Jackson's Youngest Son 'Blanket,' Claims To Be The Biological Father
The King of Pop died in 2009 leaving behind his three beloved children. Ever since, an umpteen number of controversies surrounding the custody of the children have popped up time and again. This time it is his former bodyguard Matt Fiddes, who has come forward with the claim that he is the biological father of Michael Jackson’s youngest child, his 10-year-old son “Blanket, whose real name is Prince Michael Jackson II.
On Tuesday, Abu Qatada was arrested by British authorities in advance of a planned deportation to Jordan. These five key facts about Qatada explain what he's done, where he's going, and when he might get there.
Spain's Repsol YPF SA oil and natural gas company vowed Tuesday to fight Argentina's plans to nationalize Repsol's Argentine unit and Spain's government also has voiced its concerns about the plans.
After over two years since New Jersey's medical marijuana law passed, the state has finally obtained its first permit for a medical marijuana facility to begin growing.
Richard Hovan, 30, was an engaged MIT wizard, math teacher at the Riverdale Country School, and now, accused of carrying on sexual acts with a 16-year-old student.
Austin Ayers Winther, a former professor at Rider University was sentenced on Friday to more than seven years in prison. Winther, 65, has pleaded guilty in November to “enticing a minor to travel interstate for illegal sex and attempted transfer of obscenity to a minor.”
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will launch his new TV talk show on Russia Today on April 17, but is keeping the guest list secret, the Kremlin-funded English language station said on Friday.
No, this isn't a publicity stunt for the upcoming Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. On the Baltimore Orioles Opening Day, fans and players got a little more than they expected. A cape-wearing, Batman-underwear-clad man streaked across the field.
Charles Manson Parole Hearing: Manson Boycotts His 12th Hearing, Victim Sharon Tate's Sister Attends
Convicted mass murderer Charles Manson is up for parole today after being denied parole 11 times since 1978. Manson was convicted of seven counts of first degree murder, and is currently in Corcoran State Prison serving a life sentence. Manson boycotted his 2012 hearing today, in the past being quoted as saying he is a political prisoner.
The government on Tuesday defended graphic tobacco labels and advertising that use pictures of rotting teeth and diseased lungs as accurate and necessary to warn consumers about the risks of smoking.
The measure, passed in the state House of Representatives by a 37-22 vote, would bar healthcare professionals from performing abortions after 20 weeks, except in the case of a medical emergency. The bill now goes to the state's Republican governor for approval.
Lindsay Hawker: British Teacher’s Killer Tatsuya Ichihashi Loses Appeal, Faces Life In Prison For Grisly Murder
Tatsuya Ichihashi, a Japanese man who raped and killed British teacher Lindsay Hawker, lost an appeal against his life sentence.
The murder of 21-year-old Ohio woman Jessica Rae Sacco has taken on a bizarre twist. Sacco, who had been killed in March, was stabbed, suffocated and dismembered. Five people have been charged with the murder, and one is revealing an odd story to police.
George Zimmerman released a public statement on the life-altering killing of Trayvon Martin
Oklahoma police said two white men were arrested early Sunday as suspects in shootings that left three people dead and two others critically wounded, all black, in the Tulsa area.
Pot school founder Richard Lee on Friday said he will quit Oaksterdam University, a Northern California medical marijuana training school, after a federal raid left him bankrupt.
Jenna Talackova Allowed In Miss Universe Canada: Trump Says Her Name Jenna +Tal ‘JEENATAL’ (Genital) Confused Him
The frenzied controversy over Canadian transgender model Jenna Talackova's disqualification and re-entry in the Miss Universe Canada beauty pageant has gone to a completely different intensity.
A federal judge approved a $25 billion mortgage settlement with five top U.S. banks over allegations of foreclosure abuses and misconduct in servicing home loans, according to court documents.
Veronica Cirella, a 31-year-old Long Island mom has been accused of killing her disabled daughter, Julie in 2011. Prosecutors state that the mom poisoned her daughter, who suffered from a peanut allergy, with M&M's that had traces of peanuts. Cirella was charged with second-degree murder this week and pleaded not guilty in the death of eight-year-old daughter.
Recent photos of convicted mass murderer Charles Manson have been released by the California Department of Corrections. Manson, 77, has a parole hearing next week, having been denied parole 11 times since 1978.
A former nursing student was charged with murder and attempted murder on Wednesday in a shooting rampage that killed seven people and wounded three others this week at a small, Christian college he once attended in California.