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The chiefs of the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force expressed their opposition Tuesday to removing the chain of command from sexual assault investigations, as Sen. Carl Levin, head of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said doing so might lead to confusion about the reporting process.
As weekend temperatures soared over 90 degrees Fahrenheit, New York City saw a sudden increase in shootings, with 26 people
Mexico City sees its share of protests, but this one was unusual.
Sixteen years ago, Sundhe Moses was found guilty of second-degree murder for the death of a 4-year-old girl caught in a gang-related shootout. But the District Attorney's Office in Brooklyn, New York, is now taking a second look at his case after another murder conviction was overturned in March.
In the end, it was security camera video that made the difference.
A former policeman is on trial in Kansas, accused of killing his wife and setting their home on fire more than two years ago.
After months of hiding, track star Oscar Pistorius arrived at a South African court for a pre-trial hearing in his murder case.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson opens up to HLN's A.J. Hammer about serving time in prison.
CNN's Hala Gorani talks to a victim of revenge porn and the push to criminalize it everywhere.
CNN's Nick Parker reports on the mysterious disappearance of 11 young people, who were last seen in a Mexico City bar.
A pedophile's conviction leads to relief and some justice for his Philippine victims. CNN's Christi Paul reports.
A Mississippi man was indicted Monday for allegedly sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and two other officials, and trying to cast blame on another man.
For Erika Brannock, Monday was a long time coming -- 50 days in fact.
Scott Berkowitz says the Supreme Court's ruling means the most valuable tool in our country's fight against sexual violence remains available to law enforcement
Prosecutors opened their case Monday against Army Pvt. Bradley Manning by saying he had access and incentive to provide information to the enemy, including information later found in Osama bin Laden's hideout.
An Army judge granted the request of Ft. Hood massacre suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan to represent himself at his court-martial, ruling that he is physically and mentally able to do so, Ft. Hood's public affairs office said Monday.
The Supreme Court has ruled criminal suspects can be subjected to a police DNA test after arrest -- before trial and conviction -- a privacy-versus-public-safety dispute that could have wide-reaching implications in the rapidly evolving technology surrounding criminal procedure.
Stoning remains the way Iranians -- overwhelmingly women -- are punished for committing adultery, Human Rights Watch said Monday. The international group blasted a judicial council in Iraq, made up of 12 religious jurists, for inserting a stoning provision into a draft law where it had been previously removed.
Packed tight into wire baskets -- sometimes 20 or more to a cage -- animal rights activists say as many as 200,000 live dogs every year are smuggled from northeast Thailand across the Mekong River destined for restaurants in Vietnam.
A second suspect in the killing of British soldier Lee Rigby was charged Saturday with murder, London's Metropolitan Police said.