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Mayor's 17-year-old son was reportedly jumped by two men outside the family's home
Florida judge rules Ebony Wilkerson is in need of further psychiatric help after 2013 incident in Daytona Beach
Luka Magnotta, a Canadian man, was convicted of first-degree murder in the 2012 slaying of Jun Lin after eight days of jury deliberations
Theresa Benn was found dead a month ago near the the Talladega SuperSpeedway
Dierdre Orozco allegedly posed as a deputy and tried to run another car off the highway
Police say a 16-year-old boy was struck in the head and was listed in serious but stable condition; eight of the other victims were between the ages of 16 and 21 years old
U.S. Attorney James Santelle announced late Monday that the Department of Justice, his office and the FBI will review whether former Officer Christopher Manney violated federal civil rights laws when he killed Dontre Hamilton
Since the ambush of two NYC officers, Bill Bratton says "an awful lot of copycat threats" have added to the tension with the community
Pair convicted in Colorado of trafficking cocaine from south Texas on a private plane
New York Representative Michael Grimm appears in federal court in New York Tuesday
Jake Goldsborough was 36 when he was shot at a grocery store in November 2012 after police believed he'd pointed a handgun at officers
Authorities say ring involving hundreds of dogs has ties to West Virginia, North Carolina, New York and Maryland
Fernando Bermudez says that "the settlement will never erase the injustice"
Thief seen on surveillance video stealing leg lamp prop that was straight out of the holiday classic movie "A Christmas Story"
Motorist dressed as one of Santa's little helpers gets himself on the naughty list in New Jersey
Officials say a former Delta employee conspired with a baggage handler to get firearms past security
A trustee responsible for seeking funds for victims of the Ponzi scheme is asking a court for permission to distribute some of the money
Long before the violent acts committed by Ismaaiyl Brinsley took place, there was a history of troubles that led to the murders of two New York police officers
Christopher Wheeler, who led Del. prep school founded by duPoint family, was convicted of 25 counts
There are new details surfacing about the man behind the deadly attack of two NYPD officers, and what could have driven him to target them. "48 Hours" Crimesider Reporter Michelle Sigona joins "CBSN" with more on what she's learned about Ismaaiyl Brinsley.