According to the Israeli Attorney General, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be indicted on bribery and breach of trust charges arising from three separate corruption investigations.
The official revealed that thanks to a Venezuelan intelligence operation, retired Colonel Oswaldo Valentín García Palomo was arrested in recent weeks for instigating a failed coup attempt.
Very few Americans are aware of this historical 1999 civil law suit of the King Family against the US Government.
Lawyers for the WikiLeaks publisher urgently petitioned the OAS independent body to keep Assange from being extradited to a US courtroom and to end his imposed isolation by Ecuador.
The judge says the government’s request “runs afoul” of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments.
British scientists have developed a new computer program that can identify false reports of robbery to police.
The software allows the FBI to automate the analysis of mountains of video surveillance footage much faster than live agents can.
Phoenix police are investigating a possible sex abuse case after a hospitalized woman in a 14-year-long persistent vegetative state gave birth.
Mysterious gap has led to a wide variety of accusations.
A comprehensive review that chronicles the past two years of extensive research and investigation into the Guccifer 2.0 case, evaluating all of the discoveries made during the last two years, as well as the various challenges received, and to provide an up-to-date status on the validity of different areas of research into Guccifer 2.0.
Superintendent Eddie Johnson’s career in the Chicago Police Department raises troubling questions about the future of police reform in the city.
For decades, Saudi Arabia has gotten a free pass from the US for its unabashed brutality. But Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder may finally be a step too far.
Psychoactive substances and drugs easily make their way into a British prison in Essex, where 42.6% of prisoners failed drugs tests, in what has been branded an epidemic by ombudswoman Elizabeth Moody.
News that a city’s local police were disarmed for working with drug cartels was no surprise to citizens who view police and the cartels as one in the same.
A 444-page United Nations report released Tuesday said Myanmar’s generals should be prosecuted for genocide for their violent actions toward the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority.