Shanynthia Gardner, 29, has been charged with first degree murder for the deaths of her three daughters and one son, all who were under the age of 5.
Plus, a Georgia man believed to have gone on a shooting spree after learning his wife wanted a divorce and a South Carolina sheriff says the NAACP is as "racist" at the KKK.
In a love letter Smith wrote for his family and friends in 2011, he stressed, "When I die I don't want people to cry. I lived a wonderful life."
Seven people have been arrested in the death of a $434,000 lottery winner, who was killed during a home invasion in January in Fitzgerald, Georgia, according to the New York Daily News.
Accused killer Jesse Matthew pleaded guilty to the murders of University of Virginia students Hannah Graham and Morgan Harrington and was given four life sentences, NBC News reports. Matthew, 34, was already serving three life sentences for a 2005 rape and attempted murder case in Washington’s Northern Virginia suburbs. Matthew, who worked at UVA’s medical center […]
Despite yesterday's announcement from Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty, the Department of Justice insists that the case of Tamir Rice's death is not over and that it is leading its own independent review.
You should always take it seriously when a friend or someone you know talks about hurting themselves or others. Listen to the audio player to…
Community leaders, activists, and members of clergy in Cleveland, Ohio, hope to sidestep prosecutors and ask a judge directly to bring murder charges against two…
The mother of Michael T. Slager, the former North Charleston police officer charged with murder in the death of South Carolina man Walter Scott, said…