Crime & Justice
The Associated Press has filed a lawsuit against the DOJ for a government sting operation in 2007 in which the FBI created a fake AP news story and impersonated a journalist.Add your comments
A road rage incident where a man had his head slammed into a sidewalk has led to the LAPD asking for the public's help to identify the suspect.
Police responded to a neighbor dispute Thursday night. The suspect, who allegedly refused to leave a residence, hit an officer with a "hard object," according to police.
Parole officials on Thursday again decided it is safe to free Charles Manson follower Bruce Davis — but Gov. Jerry Brown can block it, and has twice before.
A record store owner is charged with using heroin addicts to shoplift more than $2 million worth of books, videos, and other products that he then resold online.
The ruling would allow lawsuits brought against three sheriff's officials accused of withholding evidence from two murder defendants who were later exonerated.
The man suspected of shooting a reporter and photographer live on air in Virginia crashed during a pursuit Wednesday and died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.
Today's deadly shooting of two journalists on live TV has reopened a conversation about how (or even if) sensitive material like the video should be shared.
Holmes was convicted of first-degree murder and 140 counts of attempted first degree murder, as well as an explosives charge, in an attack on moviegoers watching a midnight Batman premiere in 2012.
The county wants to hit "johns" with felonies such as rape, child abuse or endangerment and conspiracy — far more than the misdemeanors customers typically receive.
A mentally-ill man was shot during an altercation with officers last month. His family claims a video contradicts the claim that he posed a threat.
A woman whose body was discovered buried in a Valinda backyard has been identified as Maria Delrefugio Chavez, with authorities identifying Pablo Pinto Mata as a suspect.
After years of federal oversight, medical services at a state prison in Susanville still fail to meet constitutional standards, according to a new report. Read the full report here.
The O.C. Board of Supervisors Monday is scheduled to discuss hiring a consultant to figure out how to effectively monitor county law enforcement.
A Rosemead man is accused of tricking underage girls into sending him nude photos.
Police say the attack occurred in Lower Manhattan Friday afternoon. They say there is "no indication of a nexus to terrorism."