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Family Tree DNA can trade privacy to catch criminals

One of the growing number of home DNA kit providers - Family Tree DNA - is to survey users to see if it can share genetic data to aid law enforcement in tracking down criminals.

Fox and Friends: Migrants may be bringing 'diseases' to America

Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade warned viewers on Monday about the migrant caravan making its way to the U.S. from Central America. He said the country can’t have “entire populations” of refugees come in and bring “diseases."

Review: David Cook fabulous on new 'Criminals' music video Special

Singer-songwriter David Cook (and former "American Idol" winner) is back with his newest music video for "Criminals" and it rocks.

Europe tracks army of 30,000 migrant smugglers

Brussels - With the world still reeling from images of a drowned Syrian boy, European authorities say it is their top priority to fight an army of an estimated 30,000 people-smuggling suspects blamed for such tragedies.

Review: David Cook captivates on rocking new single 'Criminals' Special

David Cook has released his newest single "Criminals" and it is yet another astonishing track from the season 7 American Idol winner.

Two members of a 'fish mafia' jailed over sandwich war in Germany

Two organized criminals who fought for the right to sell fish sandwiches to tourists in a German town have been sentenced to jail after a series of violent attacks started by the licensing of the fish snacks.

It's simple: Your credit information is not safe, period

Target's loss of data on 110 million customers in 2013 was considered the biggest retail hack in U.S. history. The installed malware was able to pull credit card information from all 1,797 stores. Target then sent the data to Experian for protection.

Aspiring jewelry store robbers fail miserably, lucky to be alive

Fresno - In what looked more like a comedy scene from the Keystone Cops, a pair of would be armed robbers bit off more than they could chew, and the entire incident was caught on tape.

Do NOT vote for ANC, urges Ronnie Kasrils with Vote NO campaign

Either don't vote for the ANC or spoil your votes, Ronnie Kasrils urges ANC voters through a new campaign called "Sidikiwe Vukani! (We are fed up! Wake up!) Vote No", to be launched on Tuesday.

Award-winning manga comic upcoming about Fukushima disasters

Japanese manga artist Kazuto Tatsuta worked on the Fukushima Daiichi I nuclear plant cleanup. He had to quit in December 2012, when his radiation exposure neared the annual limit. Kodansha Ltd. is publishing Tatsuta's initial book about his experiences.

Mind your wallet: why the underworld loves bitcoin

Criminals may already have made off with up to $500 million worth of bitcoins since the virtual currency launched in 2009 - and you can double that if it turns out they emptied Mt. Gox.

California redwoods being poached as a source for drug money

Criminals and drug users are entering the California National and State parks at night and poaching redwood burls and other knotty growths from the world's tallest trees, some nearly 2,000-years old.

German robbers wanted solar panels, left with front door instead

Criminals attempted to steal solar panels from the roof of a clubhouse in southern Germany over the weekend, but things went a little wrong, and they ended up taking the building's front door instead.

Operation Captura: 53 of 65 UK 's most-wanted captured in Spain

While 53 of the 65 most-wanted criminals have been caught, the UK is calling on expats living in Spain to help track down the final most-wanted UK criminals on the list who are hiding out in Spain.

Op-Ed: Liberty Reserve shut down in money laundering investigation

On May 24, 2013, U.S authorities seized control of the domain and redirected it into a sink hole along with arresting the owner Arthur Budovsky Belanchuk in relation to money laundering charges.

Fresno criminals caught after 'butt-dialing' 911 (video)

Two young criminals breaking into a car were caught after one of them accidentally dialed 911 and alerted the police to their whereabouts.

Can brain activity studies predict if criminals will re-offend?

Scientists have demonstrated that brain activity, in response to a decision-making challenge, can predict the likelihood that released prisoners will be re-arrested.

Barbecan's double revolving doors block and trap armed intruders

The recent gun violence incidents in the United States emphasizes the need for better security, better detection, and better protection.

Saudi Arabia allegedly releases criminals to send to Syria

Unsubstantiated reports are emerging from independent Yemeni websites that Saudi authorities are allegedly releasing criminals and sending them to fight against the Assad regime in Syria.

Vandalism: 62,600 liters of Tuscan wine down the drain

Milano - In a wine lover's nightmare, the equivalent of 85,000 bottles of quality Soldera Tuscan wine was literally washed down the drain after criminals broke into the wine cellar. The owner believes he is being threatened.

US-style electronic sobriety test piloted for London criminals

London - Criminals committing drink-related crime in London are to be offered an electronic tagging option as an alternative to prison. The sobriety test is based on an idea copied from South Dakota.

ILR unveils list of top 10 most ridiculous lawsuits of the year

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) just released their list of the most outrageous and humorous lawsuits of the past year.

Op-Ed: 'Crooked Immigration Bill' C-35 Creates New Cartel, New Criminals Special

Ottawa - Touted as the “Crooked Immigration Consultant Bill,” Bill C-35 to amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act had no opposition passing through Parliament.

Op-Ed: Law enforcement needs to step up their use of social media

Toronto - In November 2008 INTERPOL held their 5th International Conference on Fugitives in Johannesburg, South Africa. Toronto Constable Scott Mills told law enforcement that they should be using the same tools as the criminals when it came to fighting crime.

UK crime maps launched online detailing street-level crime

Anyone living in England and Wales can now see which offences were committed in their street over the past month. Simply by logging on to a website and inputting their postcode users can see how many crimes occurred where they live.

Door-to-Door Criminals in the Spokane Area

Spokane - Sales representatives still go door-to-door for some companies like Comcast, ADT and other home security firms, and criminals are taking advantage.

Police brutality video enrages Philippine public

At least 11 policemen including mid-ranking police officers are being held by Philippine authorities after a 'torture video'was aired by local TV station showing a naked man being whipped by a police officer apparently to obtain information or confession

Canada to stop pay entitlements for elderly prisoners

No longer will Canadian prisoners receive the Old Age Security Act, announced The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, and Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu on Tuesday.

Britain Offers Cash to Foreign Criminals who Agree to Return Home

British authorities say that it's cheaper to pay detained foreign criminals if they agree to return home to their country of origin than to keep them in detention centers to serve their entire jail term

Inventor of AK-47 Rifle Regrets That ’Criminals’ Use His Gun

General Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47 assault rifle named after him, is a hero in Russia whose upcoming 90th birthday is to be a national celebration. He recently said he regrets that terrorists and gangsters use his design.
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Two Californian suspects caught after accidentally butt-dialling 911.
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Teens accused of snorting human remains thought to be cocaine. Some of the remains have located by the police.
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LAFD Battles Wall of Flames from Arson Fire
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New research shows that individuals might be genetically predisposed towards criminal behaviour.
New research shows that individuals might be genetically predisposed towards criminal behaviour.
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