Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead by apparent suicide in his Manhattan jail cell on August 10, 2019. The disgraced financier was facing federal charges of sexually assaulting, exploiting and trafficking dozens of girls, some as young as 14 years old. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. Because of Epstein's death, the criminal case against him is closed — however, investigations remain open. Here's what 's next in Epstein's case.
The chances of a violent event while you're outside are high enough that a new insurance product has emerged: active shooter coverage.
Attorney General William Barr said Monday that there were "serious irregularities" at the Manhattan federal jail where accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein died by apparent suicide. "We will get to the bottom of this," Barr vowed in blistering remarks at a police event in New Orleans. Barr, who said in a statement over the weekend that he was "appalled" by Epstein's death, also fired a warning shot to anyone who may have been involved in the wealthy financier's suicide.
FaceApp went viral this week after people began using it to see what they'd look like when they get old. Sen. Chuck Schumer has asked the FBI and FTC to investigate whether pictures could be shared with foreign governments, like Russia. The DNC has warned 2020 presidential campaigns against using FaceApp too. There were privacy concerns about the app uploading pictures for processing on its servers. But now FaceApp tells you it's uploading your picture, so you can decide if you want to or not.
President Trump said his administration would look into Google following comments made by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel. Thiel said Sunday the FBI and CIA should look into whether Google has been infiltrated by Chinese intelligence. Thiel's fellow Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale said Monday that "Google is not a patriotic company."
A piece of mail flagged as suspicious at a Facebook mailing facility on Monday has been determined as non-hazardous, authorities said.
Paul Manafort's former loft in Manhattan's trendy and expensive Soho neighborhood has an elevator that opens directly into the apartment.
In 1976, a man intent on proving the existence of the mythical creature known as Bigfoot got the FBI to test hair and tissue samples that he believed might help his case, according to newly released records.
The lawsuit alleges that over 100 female trainees encountered discrimination at Quantico, and that the FBI "allowed the Good Old Boy Network to flourish," NBC News reports.
Boeing and the FAA are now facing numerous investigations regarding the two deadly crashes of the 737 Max.
Federal agents raided the homes and offices of Baltimore's embattled mayor on Thursday amid widening probes to determine whether she used sales of her children's books to disguise government kickbacks.
Chicago prosecutors abruptly dropped charges against "Empire" star Jussie Smollett, who was accused of staging a phony hate crime against himself.
Jim Stewart, columnist for the New York Times, and CNBC's John Harwood join "Squawk on the Street" to break down the newest information from the Mueller report and Attorney General William Barr's decision not to pursue obstruction of justice charges against the president.
346 people have died after two separate crashes involving the plane.
Separating fact from conjecture can be difficult amid the noise surrounding the investigation. Here's what we know since the probe began.
The FBI is now probing the plane's original certification process.
Shares of Boeing tumbled on news that the FBI has reportedly joined in a criminal investigation of the certification process for the company's 737 Max jets, two of which have crashed since October killing 346 people.
The bodies of two victims from New Zealand's mosques mass shooting were carried in open caskets on the shoulders of mourners into a large tent at Christchurch's Memorial Park Cemetery on Wednesday — the first burials of the 50 victims.
Oleg Deripaska, a former president of Rusal, discusses allegations over his ties with Paul Manafort, who is U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign manager. Deripaska says he has had "no relations" with Manafort since 2011.
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska told CNBC Sunday that his relations with Paul Manafort ended "seven or eight years ago."