An insider accused of hacking the lottery and then “winning” $14.3 million in the high tech heist will have to accept the fact now that it doesn’t make him a real winner.
It will, however, give him a one-way ticket to jail.
Europe’s lobbing Google search antitrust violations this week, outright accusing the world’s most dominant search engine of once more rigging results in its own favor, even across the pond.
The Oklahoma man who mistook his gun for a taser earlier this month, inadvertently killing a 44-year-old unarmed suspect, is a senior citizen reserve deputy who donated to the sitting sheriff’s reelection campaign.
Jurors in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez finished their fifth day of deliberation on Monday, April 13, 2015, without reaching a verdict.
Prosecutors in the Atlanta cheating scandal spent the weekend offering last-minute plea deals to defendant educators convicted on federal racketeering charges -- and the court has urged the disgraced teachers to accept those odd of
The sentencing judge for Jodi Arias locked her up for life today and threw away the key, sending the convicted killer back to jail, without the possibility of parole.
The teen daughters of Mary Kay Letourneau and ViliFualaau made their first public appearance when their scandal-plagued parents were interviewed by Barbara Walters on 20/20 on April 10, 2015.
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