A gunman opened fire at Hawaii's Pearl Harbor military base on Wednesday, killing two and injuring another before fatally shooting himself, three days before the anniversary of Japan's 1941 attack of Pearl Harbor during World War Two.
Ten people were shot and four of them were killed Sunday at a party in Fresno, California when suspects sneaked into a backyard gathering and fired into the crowd, police said.
The murder of au-pair Sophie Lionnet by her employers made headlines all over the world. It was a case that seemed too unbelievable to be true. We attempt to answer the question that will forever haunt her grieving parents: how could this happen?
After the arrests of the Mafia godfathers, Italy hoped it had put an end to organized crime. Instead, the old guard have been replaced by the 'Baby Bosses'. These youngsters do not respect the old rules. The slightest provocation can lead to carnage.
Why would someone confess to a crime they didn't commit? We hear from the men and women who have spent more than 20 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. They tell us about that moment when their lives changed forever.
Speaking to a drug dealer, a police officer and locals at the market, World Nomad Patrick Abboud gets tips and advice on staying safe when traveling around Mexico. He also meets travelers who echo the message from many locals that Mexico, includin...
British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama
Shocked by a series of stabbings in his area of east London, Courtney Barrett set up his own knife amnesty in an effort to get blades off the streets.
Promising student Carliton Maina was shot by the police in Nairobi. His mother believes he was murdered.
Police arrest 22 people in eastern India in three separate rape cases involving teenage girls as grisly new attacks against women come to light despite tougher penalties.
Ken Anderson was appointed to the court in 2002 by Governor Rick Perry. He resigned from his position on September 23, 2013 after he was arrested for withholding exculpatory evidence
Anthony "Tony" Scott Wood was given 10 years in 2012 for stealing millions from clients by forging documents and making fraudulent loans.
Neal Landers, 46, of Duluth, Georgia, was sentenced to two years and three months in prison for using funds taken from real estate transactions he oversaw
Robert Greenleaf is a disbarred Maryland attorney who solicited for sexual acts
Bradley Slowgrove, former barrister for an accused Serbian war criminal, has been struck off for attempting to intimidate a magistrate
James J. Hennessey Jr. is a disbarred lawyer from Albany who viciously and repeatedly attacked his African American neighbors
Donald Carlton Gibson repeatedly lied to his clients about their cases and funds while stealing checks
Tim Durham was the attorney and CEO of a financial institution who deliberately mislead investors
Marc Stuart Dreier, is a former American lawyer who was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison
A closer look at the infamous scandals that led to the disbarments of the 37th & 42nd Unites States presidents.
This once respected law firm partner lost it all when was caught stealing over 1.2 million from his law firm to finance his mistress' lavish lifestyle.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says new legislation aimed at overhauling the justice system proposes changes to make juries "more representative" of the population, and to increase penalties for intimate partner violence.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she hopes Pride Toronto and police can rebuild their "strained relationship." Pride Toronto asked the city's police service not to march in its annual parade.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says random police checks are too often aimed at people of colour and should be banned. Singh says he's been stopped by the police multiple times throughout his life.
Alexandre Bissonnette has pleaded guilty to six charges of murder and six charges of attempted murder in last year's Quebec mosque attack. Bissonnette originally pleaded not guilty to the 12 charges Monday.
WARNING: Graphic content. Audio of a 911 call Nicholas Butcher made in March 2016 has been played in a Halifax court. Butcher has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Kristin Johnston.
Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is facing a seventh first-degree murder charge, as Toronto police say the remains of three more men have been identified. McArthur was charged Wednesday in the death of Abdulbasir Faizi.
Toronto police have laid an eighth murder charge against Bruce McArthur, in the death of a man who moved to Canada from Sri Lanka in 2010. Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam had never been reported missing.
The gunman who killed six men at a Quebec City mosque told police he believed his family was at risk of terrorist attack. Alexandre Bissonnette's January 2017 police interrogation video is being played at his sentencing hearing.
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman made a court appearance in Ottawa on Tuesday concerning an accusation that he leaked sensitive information about a shipbuilding project. Norman says he's eager to deal with the criminal charge he faces.
A funeral is being held Thursday for a Victoria police officer who died last week after spending 30 years mostly unresponsive following a crash. Const. Ian Jordan was injured while responding to an emergency call in September 1987..
The RCMP say a truck was in the intersection at the time of its fatal collision with the Humboldt Broncos bus. Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki says the force is working to determine why the truck was there.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled to maintain the status quo on interprovincial trade, including the sale of alcohol. The Canadian Vintners Association says it will continue to work to remove trade barriers for Canadian wine.
Police have released "harrowing" footage of the moment a man armed with two large kitchen knives attempted to stab a police officer despite having been Tasered.
A police team on the front line of London's knife crime battle has described finding more weapons and more gangs on the streets as a crime wave grips the capital.
A young man has died after being stabbed in east London, bringing the total number of suspected murders in the capital so far this year past 50, the Metropolitan Police said.
An innocent man hanged for murder almost 140 years ago has been granted a pardon by the Irish President.
A 17-year-old girl has died and a 16-year-old boy is fighting for his life after two shootings in London. Police were called to reports of the first incident in Tottenham, north London, at 9.35pm on Monday.
An elderly man has been left in hospital following a collision in Gorton. The 77-year-old saw a Kia Venga collide with his car which was parked in a disabled space. When he went outside to complain he was driven into.
Two killers who met in prison have been convicted of teaming up to torture and murder a seven stone Vietnamese woman before dumping her body in a burning car.
Plans have been revealed for a memorial for victims and survivors of the four terror attacks in London last year. Well-wishers will be able to leave messages in a digital book of hope at City Hall from Thursday.
The pilot whose plane crashed in the Shoreham Airshow disaster, killing 11 men, will be charged with manslaughter by gross negligence, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
Police want members of the public to act as "counter-terrorism citizens" to help them stop deadly attack plots. Security chiefs say information from the community is crucial to confronting the unprecedented threat.
The death of a prominent Kremlin critic on British soil is now being treated as murder, Scotland Yard has announced. Russian exile Nikolay Glushkov, 68, was found dead at his home in Clarence Avenue, New Malden, south-west London, on Monday.
A "devious" teenager is facing years in jail for planting a bomb on the Tube which exploded in a massive fireball, injuring 51 passengers at Parsons Green. Iraqi asylum seeker Ahmed Hassan, 18, plotted to cause carnage in central London
Forensic officers in gas masks continue investigations at a cemetery in Salisbury, Wiltshire, where former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal's wife and son were laid to rest.
The police officer who rushed to the aid of a Russian ex-spy targeted with a nerve agent is talking in his hospital bed as detectives race to discover who was responsible.