A group of medical professionals are asking the nation’s death penalty states for medications used in lethal injections, so that they can go to coronavirus patients who are on ventilators.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers have seized over two ounces of heroin from a woman entering the country from Mexico.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is voicing increased concern over the prospect of hate crimes as the country continues to navigate the coronavirus pandemic.
A Utah husband and his wife were fatally shot by a home intruder after trying to fight him off while their three children were asleep upstairs.
CNN said the dictator is in “grave danger” due to complications following the procedure. There is no indication from source that his condition is related to COVID-19.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has asked gangs to end violent crime rather than donate food.
“Wilson and Burgamy believed that the destruction of the victim’s pharmacy would cause Wilson’s own pharmacy business to flourish,” Samad Shahrani, a special agent with the FBI field office that conducted the investigation, wrote in a court affidavit
Even if ridership decreased amid the COVID-19 pandemic, subway crime continues to be a problem in New York City.
Car theft and burglaries are up in many major U.S. cities even though overall crime is down in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alabama crime victims’ rights advocates are staunchly opposing the release of inmates even through they are vulnerable to contracting COVID-19.
A Texas man who was arrested for allegedly trying to kill an Asian-American family in a fit of COVID-19-related hysteria may be facing federal hate crime charges, according to the FBI.
President Trump announced a renewed crackdown on international drug trafficking, claiming that the cartels were using COVID-19 as a means to smuggle more drugs into the country.
A recent spate of fire bombings in the Baltimore area have drawn the ire of the city’s Muslim community as they clamor for more stringent and aggressive hate crime prosecution.
Earlier this week, a Brooklyn man of Asian descent was accosted by a fellow passenger.
A former principal at Merrimack Valley Middle School in Penacook has pleaded guilty to charges of drunk driving.
A sheriff's deputy in Mendocino County is suspected of drug overdose after his colleagues responded to a medical emergency call at his house earlier this week.
A teacher at Franklin School in Park Ridge, Illinois was suspended with pay one month after being arrested on multiple charges, including the commission of a hate crime.
A woman in Okaloosa County, Florida is dead from drug overdose after the man with whom she was using waited over an hour to report her critically time-sensitive overdose.
Geraldine Rodriguez Olivares, known as Geri Hoops, claims she was assaulted and objectified by CBP officers at an airport in Puerto Rico on her way back to the Dominican Republic.
A 59-year-old man allegedly killed his 91-year-old mother to protect her from his other crimes.
A St. Louis County, Missouri physician was sentenced to jail for 24 months and ordered to pay over $175,000 for making false Medicare claims and writing prescriptions for patients without ever seeing them in person.
A Congressional panel is getting to work examining how the legislature has abdicated power to the executive branch in the Trump administration and how they go about taking it back.
A House candidate and combat veteran is suspending his campaign to seek treatment for substance use disorder after a recent drug overdose.
Police in St. Paul, Minnesota say they will no longer respond to certain types of crime and will instead direct people to file a report online.
A massage therapist at one of Del Mar’s most famous spas is facing sexual assault charges after pleading guilty to the allegations by one of the facility’s former clients.
San Francisco could be facing an epidemic of fatal drug overdose.
A shooting in Racine, Wisconsin on Valentine’s Day left a 16-year-old child fighting for his life as collateral damage.
A principal at Summerfield High School in a Louisiana town of that same name has been arrested and charged with 49 sex crimes against students.
A Greece, New York man was arrested Wednesday for threatening to kill New York Senator Chuck Schumer and California Representative Adam Schiff.
Sinaloa Cartel informant Tirso Martinez Sanchez has received considerable leniency in his sentencing for his cooperation in putting away former cartel and drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo” Guzman.