L.A. fire captain severely burned in downtown explosion sues building owners, vape shops
A Los Angeles Fire Department captain severely burned in a May 2020 explosion inside a downtown L.A. warehouse has sued the owners of the building and a vaping supply shop housed there, accusing them of hazardous activity, premise liability and negligence.
How a Housekeeper's 2018 Death Became the Latest Murdaugh Murder Mystery
State police opened an inquiry into the death of a housekeeper at the home of Alex Murdaugh, the latest twist in the story of the powerful South Carolina family.
Police will not launch criminal investigation into Martin Bashir's Diana interview
A criminal investigation will not be launched into BBC journalist Martin Bashir's interview with Diana, Princess of Wales, police have announced.
No criminal inquiry into Martin Bashir's Diana interview, say police
The Metropolitan police will not launch a criminal investigation into the then BBC journalist Martin Bashir's 1995 interview with Diana, Princess of Wales, the force has announced.
US penalises three hackers for hire' working for UAE firm
Three defendants agree to pay $1.68m in penalties after criminal investigation by US Justice Department.
Married security guard conned woman out of life savings in romance fraud'
A married security guard who duped a woman out of her life savings in a romance scam has been jailed for three years.
2 elementary school-age children among 4 found dead in Ohio home, police say
Four people, including two elementary school-age children, were shot and killed in an apparent murder-suicide in Ohio, authorities said Tuesday.
French visa applicants warned of cyberattack on web portal
The French Interior Ministry reported that the France-visas platform was targeted by hackers on August 10th.
Addresses of 110,000 UK gun owners leaked online
The names and home addresses of more than 110,000 UK gun owners have been leaked online, prompting fears for the safety of those implicated in the data breach.