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Man left jail days before arrest for alleged airport attack
A man charged with stashing a jar filled with explosive chemicals and nails at a western North Carolina airport was freed just eight days before the attempted attack after serving a short prison stint for an earlier crime.
FBI: Man left explosive jar at North Carolina airport
Court documents say a man planted a Mason jar filled with explosive chemicals and nails at a western North Carolina airport last week
Timeline of events in the New York kayak murder case
Angelika Graswald, a 37-year-old Latvian native who was accused of killing her fiancé during a 2015 kayaking trip on the Hudson River in New York, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of negligent homicide Monday. Graswald was originally charged with second-degree murder and second-degree
Mom Says Ex Blamed Her Son For Their Relationship Ending: Part 2
After Garrett Phillips' murder, Tandy Cyrus told police her ex-boyfriend Nick Hillary had an issue with her son.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Trump Wants NY Death Penalty Reinstated In 1989
APRIL 30, 1989: In light of the Central Park Five investigation, Donald Trump calls for the reinstatement of New York's death penalty.
New Twist in Case of NY Woman Accused of Fiance's Kayak Murder
A state police investigator has testified that Angelika Graswald, the woman accused of murdering her fiance during a kayak trip on the Hudson River last year, told him that she took her fiance’s paddle after he capsized and held it while he begged her to call 911 . The detective also testified that
New Details From Investigators in Kayak Murder Trial
Prosecutors say Angelika Graswald was caught on interrogation tapes saying she wanted her fiance dead.
Coaches' Brawl at Youth Baseball Game Caught on Tape
A spectator's video from a Little League baseball game in Cooper City, Florida, captured what can happen when adults lose their cool on the field. The Cubs and Rays, two under-10 baseball teams playing in the Cooper City Optimist League, were playing against each other Saturday afternoon when an
Mom, Daughter Describe Killing Family Members With Anti-Freeze in Never-Before-Seen Interrogation Tapes
In never-before-seen interrogation tapes, a Missouri mother-daughter duo who are currently serving prison time for poisoning and killing members of their own family with anti-freeze are heard describing how and why they did it in their own words. "I'm not a perpetual killer. I'm just stupid," the
Michigan Uber Driver Jason Dalton Said 'He Took People's Lives,' Investigators Say
A Michigan Uber driver accused of killing six people and injuring two others in an alleged shooting spree this weekend told investigators that "he took people's lives,” officials said today at a court hearing that the suspect did not attend. Authorities read the complaint against the suspected