Published November 16, 2012
One of the largest art heists in history, a brazen theft of masterpieces by such painters as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Monet valued at $580 million, likely left the thieves with nothing but heat.
Published November 16, 2012
It was early morning in March 1990 when two men dressed as police officers buzzed the side door at a Boston museum and claimed they were there to investigate a disturbance. A little more than an hour later, the men left with what is said to be the costliest collection of stolen art work in history: $580 million worth of famous works.
Published November 13, 2012
One man slept on the floor of a warehouse. A second had his jaw broken by an irate hurricane victim and another won $100,000 on a scratch-off ticket. All earned the gratitude of thousands.
Published October 26, 2012
Working moms are staying home and keeping their kids close after the horrific case in New York in which a nanny is suspected of killing two young children in her care.
Published October 23, 2012
Police in northern New Jersey are probing a possible link between a recent string of abduction attempts and the death of 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale, whose body was found stuffed inside a recycling container in the southern part of the state.
Published October 17, 2012
Authorities are using cadaver dogs to search a section of a New York state park Wednesday for a 73-year-old fugitive suspected of gunning down his daughter-in-law three weeks ago before disappearing into the wilderness.
Published October 10, 2012
A Facebook page started by a California woman to solve the 42-year-old murder of her mother has rekindled interest in the case and generated information police say "needs to be investigated."
Published October 04, 2012
When a girl playing treasure hunt reached underneath a floorboard of her family's historic Michigan home last January, she had no idea the mystery she was about to unearth -- four partial sets of human remains dating back more than 100 years that authorities say could be connected to the Underground Railroad.
Published October 01, 2012
The wilderness manhunt for a 73-year-old seasoned outdoorsman suspected of gunning down his daughter-in-law before disappearing into a vast state forest has hit a brick wall, and at least one survival expert believes it could be weeks before he is found.
Published September 28, 2012
It was early autumn in 1969 when a fire ripped through a Massachusetts home in the middle of the night, killing a young mother and five of her children in a tragedy that was ruled accidental. Now, 43 years later, authorities are questioning whether the blaze that gutted the Landers’ home was murder -- and are eying a person of interest, a convicted criminal seen over the years near the family grave site and home on the anniversary of the deaths.