Ruben KimmelmanNovember 20, 2018 03:19 AM
Swastika Defaces Duke University Mural Honoring Synagogue Shooting VictimsThe Nazi symbol was spray-painted over a Star of David on a campus memorial to the 11 people killed last month at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pennsylvania.
Laurel WamsleyNovember 18, 2018 02:45 PM
Six Years After Museum Heist, Missing Picasso Possibly Found In RomaniaThieves entered Rotterdam's Kunsthal in 2012 and made off with seven paintings, allegedly later burned in an oven by the ringleader's mother. Now the story has taken another strange turn.
Camila DomonoskeNovember 15, 2018 05:29 PM
Police In Many U.S. Cities Fail To Track Murdered, Missing Indigenous WomenSeattle-based researchers examined the disappearances and murders of Native American women in 71 U.S. cities. They found information on 506 documented cases — and huge, troubling gaps in the data.
Sasha IngberNovember 9, 2018 07:57 PM
Man Suspected Of Mailing Pipe Bombs Is Indicted And Faces Life In PrisonA 30-count indictment was handed up in Manhattan federal court on Friday for Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man who is accused of sending pipe bombs by mail to prominent Trump critics.
Jenifer B. McKimNovember 7, 2018 10:14 PM
First Massachusetts 'Compassionate Release' Prisoner Goes HomeAlexander Phillips, suffering from terminal cancer, was released after serving 13 years of a manslaughter sentence.
Vanessa Romo, Joel RoseNovember 6, 2018 05:27 PM
Judge Orders Pipe Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Held Without BailProsecutors said Sayoc posed "a serious risk of danger to the public" and described him as "a flight risk." His lawyer made no objection to the decision. Sayoc could face up to 48 years in jail.
Merrit KennedyNovember 5, 2018 02:50 PM
Notorious Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Heads To Trial In New YorkJoaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, the man accused of having run the world's largest drug trafficking organization, was charged in a 17-count indictment that spans decades. Jury selection began Monday.
Jane ArrafNovember 4, 2018 07:48 AM
Record-Setting Sale Of An Ancient Assyrian Stone Relief Sparks Looting Fears In IraqThe 3,000-year-old relief fetched more than $28 million at Christie's, more than any other similar work. But some archaeologists worry the high price could trigger looting of other ancient artifacts.
Tim MakOctober 31, 2018 03:55 PM
Another 'Civil War?' Pessimism About Political Violence Deepens In A Divided NationFollowing a rash of deaths, threats and violent acts, Americans fear the nation may be growing so far apart that danger may become a regular factor in partisan disputes. It has happened before.