Maya Millete’s family praying Larry Millete will lead police to remains: 'We believe he's not that evil'
Larry Millete pleaded not guilty last week to murdering his wife, who disappeared from their Chula Vista home more than nine months ago, but her family is now praying that he'll reverse course and lead authorities to her remains.
Prince Andrew case: Judge overseeing Giuffre lawsuit signals OK for trial, orders depositions by July 2022
A federal judge in New York has ordered that depositions in the civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre against Prince Andrew must be completed by July 14 of next year, effectively signaling he is ready to move the case to trial, court records show.
Seattle fireman struggles to feed his family while on unpaid leave amid vaccine mandate
After serving six-and-a-half years with the Seattle fire department, 38-year-old Andy Pittman tells Fox News that he’s been pulled off his duty as an engine driver after choosing not to get vaccinated by the city’s October 18 deadline, citing religious and moral convictions.
Howard University students form campus tent city to protest housing conditions
A tent encampment remains Monday at Howard University, the historically Black college in Washington, D.C., as several dozen students have forgone their dormitories to protest what they describe as unlivable housing conditions, claiming mold, insects and rodents have infested living quarters.
Long Island serial murders: Families of victims renew calls for justice in decade-old cold case
More than a decade after the remains of missing women killed by a serial killer were discovered, the families of the victims found off Ocean Parkway are renewing their call for police to solve the case that has baffled investigators and unnerved residents of a quiet, oceanfront community.
Murdaugh murders: Boat crash victims ask court to prevent son, Buster, from disposing of family assets
Disgraced South Carolina legal scion Alex Murdaugh is scheduled to appear in court Monday amid a new push to freeze the assets of his son, Buster Murdaugh, who was allegedly spotted gambling at a Las Vegas casino last week hours after his father was denied bond and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
North Carolina man latest to be identified as John Wayne Gacy victim
A North Carolina man who had just moved to Chicago is the latest person to be identified as one of the victims murdered by John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing at least 33 young men and boys in the 1970s, authorities announced Monday.
New FBI hate crimes statistics: Over 1,000 more offenses in 2020 than 2019, anti-Asian attacks up 73%
There were nearly 1,000 more hate crimes committed in 2020 and over 2,800 more victims compared to 2019, with 63% of last year’s hate crime offenses related to race, ethnicity or ancestry biases, according to updated statistics released by the FBI on Monday.