Robert Mueller's top deputy Andrew Weissmann claims James Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation was 'dangerous', in his new book out now.
John Lennon lived in apartment G at 434 E 52nd Street in Sutton Place in the mid-1970s when he had a brief split from Yoko Ono. The five-bedroom home went on sale last week.
An LAPD desk officer was nearly killed on Saturday after an assailant walked into Harbor Community police station in San Pedro just after 10pm and attacked him, took his gun, and then pulled the trigger.
The first half of 2020 saw 29 retailers file for bankruptcy as the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the already bleak outlook for brick-and-mortar stores whose customers shifted to online shopping.
Authorities identified 34-year-old Jose Jesus Lopez-Tinoco as the suspect who opened fire. Two people died at the Salem, Oregon, home on Monday.
Officer Myles Cosgrove's family set up an online fundraiser this week to help him retire from the Louisville Metro Police Department amid ongoing outrage over in Taylor's killing.
Former Tennessee Titans defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth was arrested Monday after he was accused of threatening and yelling at his ex-girlfriend Brittany Jackson and her new boyfriend.
The operation in Calais on Tuesday was the biggest of its kind since the dismantling of the so-called 'Jungle' four years ago, and led to 21 arrests.
MailOnline's crunching of the numbers reveals a slight spike after the Black Lives Matter protests, and cases doubling a week after the August 31 Bank Holiday.
A New York state judge has ordered a 'summary inquiry' into Eric Garner's 2014 death in response to a petition filed by his mother last year, seeking to question Mayor Bill de Blasio and other top brass.
The airport has joined forces with BayCare Health System to carry out voluntary testing for travelers who have flown or are flying within three days.
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show FBI and CSI investigators working at the spot where the scent was detected twice by cadaver dogs - once on Sunday and again on Monday morning.
Vineeta Whyte, 39, from Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland, was accused of shouting, swearing and uttering racist remarks outside her home on June 23.
Sergeant Matt Ratana 54, was shot as he was preparing to search a handcuffed suspect, believed to be Louis De Zoysa, in Croydon, south London on Friday.
De Blasio on Tuesday said that he was going to aggressively crackdown on people who flouted the rule and that cops will start issuing fines.
Craig Howick, 38, from Caldicot, Monmouthshire, left Alex Roberts, 47, who had been cycling home from work, bleeding by the side of the road after smashing into him in his Audi A4.
Ryan Normoyle, from New Jersey, drowned in Lake Tahoe after he took a boat out on the water on August 10 during a three-week vacation to California.
Julie Tetley, 64, from Scarborough claims the devices can 'destroy people's lives' and fears fears she will soon be busy dealing with the fall-out from people dabbling in the dark arts.
Donald Trump told a group of Christians he said 'excuse me' when Mike Pence asked him to pray with him at their first meeting, a new recording reveals.
The 19-year-old and three other Englishmen set out for Kehlstein's 6,171ft peak on Monday, a subpeak of the colossal Göll massif in the Berchtesgaden Alps.
Joshua Fletcher-Ward, 19, was sentenced to two years in prison, suspended for two years, after a court heard he sold 15 MDMA tablets to Shakira Pellow (pictured) and her friends in Cornwall in 2018.
Mike Gielen, 24, married Kristal Appelt, 27, last year at a mixed-sex prison in Hasselt. She is awaiting trial for the murder of her then boyfriend.
Joel Guy Jr, 31, is on trial in Tennessee for the savage murders of his parents, Joel Guy Sr, 61, and Lisa Guy, 55, who were repeatedly stabbed and dismembered inside their home in 2016.
Robot Wars: Army chief says military of the future will use unmanned vehicles and 'swarms of drones'
General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith said fighting units and these logistics assets would then be supported by artillery which would fire on targets identified 'by swarms of drones'.