Published July 20, 2013
While millions of tourists flock each year to the boardwalks and casinos of Atlantic City, a dark question looms over this glittery city: Who murdered four women and dumped their bodies in a drainage ditch on the outskirts of town nearly seven years ago? No arrests have ever been made, but authorities tell FoxNews.com they are quietly and aggressively working the case – contacting police in Florida, Missouri and Alaska in recent months for possible connections to killings there.
Published July 03, 2013
At least 100 American citizens trapped for months on two U.S. bases inside Kuwait are free to leave their posts without the threat of being detained and jailed by local police, a source on one of the bases told FoxNews.com.
Published June 28, 2013
The parents of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer are suing the three last known men to see their daughter alive, their attorney told FoxNews.com.
Published June 26, 2013
To her husband, she was Lori Kennedy. But to investigators, she is “Jane Doe” – a woman who used a deceased child’s birth certificate in 1988 to create a fictional identity upon which she lived under for decades in an all-American Texas community before committing suicide in 2010.
Published June 23, 2013
The identity of little "Jane Doe" has never been known, but three decades later, her remains were exhumed from a neglected city cemetery in hopes of learning who she was -- and who killed her with a brutality that shakes the human conscience.
Published June 18, 2013
At least 100 American citizens have been held captive for months by Kuwaiti authorities on two U.S. bases in the country after local police unjustly issued warrants for their arrest, a U.S. defense contractor told FoxNews.com.
Published June 17, 2013
Larry Swilling's months-long quest to find a kidney for his wife has touched hearts around the world, but so far has not yielded a vital organ for the 76-year-old woman.
Published June 12, 2013
Eight months after an employee of the federal Wildlife Services agency allegedly posted photos online depicting animal cruelty, the little-known government agency said the worker is still employed but did not say whether he or any others have been disciplined.
Published June 11, 2013
It was still dark outside when Jodi Huisentruit set off for her job as morning news anchor at a local Iowa station in June 1995. Upon inserting the key into the door of her red Mazda Miata, the 27-year-old woman was attacked from behind and dragged into an unknown vehicle -- never to be seen again. Nearly two decades since Huisentruit disappeared, investigators are no closer to solving one of the state's greatest mysteries.
Published June 03, 2013
South Dakota fish and game officials must be feeling sheepish.