As the patron saint of lost causes and missing objects, St. Anthony of Padua has been consulted for the return of many items. But never his own ancient religious relic.
A special unit of the TSA at Newark Liberty International Airport, trained to detect suspicious behavior, reportedly earned the nickname “Mexican hunters” for racial profiling.
A $10 million UK trial involving police corruption, a $32,000 BMW and Premier League match tickets collapsed after a juror admitted to contacting the case’s defendant on Facebook.
NewsFeed knows better than most how hard it is to be funny. But the comedian Tracy Morgan managed to get it wrong in spectacular fashion.
Colton Harris-Moore, the suspected “Barefoot Bandit,” pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges stemming from an international crime spree.
An admittedly unique robbery attempt took place last week in Spain, in which Polish contortionists Krzysztof Grzegorz and Jouoastaw K found themselves (both literally and figuratively) in a tight spot.
At first, it may have turned out to be one of the biggest, most grisly crime scenes in recent Texas law enforcement memory.
An auction of Bernie Madoff’s household goods, ranging from paintings to prescription eyeglasses, brought in about $400,000. Among the items were 14 pairs of boxers that sold for $200. Which leaves one haunting question: Would …
Maybe he’s just a fan, or maybe he considers it more documentary than fiction, but Attorney General Eric Holder stopped just short of ordering the creators of the hit HBO series The Wire from doing another season or a movie.
Steve Martin wasn’t laughing over the fact that he unknowingly bought and sold forged art.
Sky Express, the tour bus company operating a bus that crashed Tuesday morning — killing four people on its way from North Carolina to New York City — has been shut down.
Anybody seen a 25,000-pound truckload of Russian king crab lying around? Yeah, authorities searching for it after it went missing during a delivery to Seattle haven’t seen it either.