Could the Boston Marathon bombing have been prevented?
Russia withheld details from U.S. officials about suspicions of Boston Marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011, information that could have altered the course authorities followed, a U.S. law enforcement official told CNN.
The sheriff of a small Virginia county, where residents and officials alike had expressed dismay over the burial of a Boston bombing suspect within their midst, said Saturday that it appears "all paperwork is in order at this point," suggesting the interment was legal and nothing can be done about it.
A day after jurors found her guilty of first-degree murder, Jodi Arias and her attorneys met with a judge in a closed-door hearing Thursday, according to a source with knowledge of the proceedings.
The man accused of kidnapping three Cleveland women and holding them for close to a decade abused all of them but used captive Michelle Knight as his main "punching bag," a family friend of one of the victims told CNN.
Attorneys for Ariel Castro say he will plead not guilty. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.
It was a breezy summer day in Cleveland about a decade ago when Michelle "Shorty" Knight put on eyeglasses, blue shorts and a white T-shirt and went to see her cousin.
Councilman Michael Polensek wants police to evaluate missing persons cases in light of the three women found in Cleveland.
While Gina DeJesus was missing, her alleged captor, Ariel Castro, was comforting her family. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
In trying to understand the mind of a man like Ariel Castro, accused of kidnapping, beating, and raping three young women held in captivity for almost 10 years, two things are important to keep in mind: (1) in human psychology, nothing occurs in a vacuum; and (2) the psychological profile that is emerging of this man is not rare.
Lisa Bloom says Jody Arias, Amanda Knox and Cleveland imprisonment cases command rabid media attention while those involving non-whites and incarceration of black men ignored
Children around the world are abducted and held captive. Too few get away. CNN shares five stories of those who did.
Ashley Summers' family questions whether her disappearance is connected to the three missing women found in an Ohio house.
Vince Warren says President Obama chooses to force feed hunger strikers at Gitmo, a form of torture, and should be shutting the prison down instead.
Howard Kurtz says the story of the kidnapped women freed in Cleveland should command our attention
GOP criticizes Attorney General Eric Holder over Miranda rights for the Boston bombing suspect. Athena Jones reports.
The jury in the Jodi Arias trial has one decision left to make: Should she live or die? She made her case in court Tuesday for why she should be allowed to live.
When officers arrived at Ariel Castro's home in Cleveland, a crowd had formed on the porch.
At 17, Sonali Mukherjee had everything going for her. She was a beautiful, intelligent and ambitious young woman, dedicated to excelling in her studies.
Police say the killings of a Creighton University faculty couple may be linked to a cold case. Stephanie Elam reports.
A homeless hitchhiker who achieved Internet celebrity by acting as a Good Samaritan with a hatchet is now being sought by police as a murder suspect in a separate case, New Jersey authorities said Thursday.
Every issue in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial is so disputed that even giving candy to jurors caused an argument.
A former "top cop," who had the honor of sitting next to first lady Michelle Obama during a televised presidential speech four years ago, is now facing rape allegations.
Sunday's graduation ceremony at Hofstra University was a bittersweet affair marked by a moment of silence for a 21-year-old student killed by a police officer two days ago.
A trial examining the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy headed to a judge Monday after attorneys delivered their closing arguments after nine weeks of testimony.
The FBI is mourning the deaths of two special agents killed Friday during a training exercise off the coast of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Two men who the Iranian government said worked as spies for Israel and the United States were hanged Sunday morning, according to Iranian state news outlet Press TV.
In a fast-moving child abuse investigation that started two weeks ago in Denmark, U.S. officials this week arrested a suspect in northern California and are now trying to determine whether there are additional child victims.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Nelson, Georgia, a small town north of Atlanta.
A federal appeals court Tuesday backed the U.S. government's refusal to make public photos and video of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, taken after he was killed by U.S. Navy Seals two years ago in Pakistan.