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An Instagram influencer was sentenced to 14 years in prison after a crazy plot that involved holding someone up at gunpoint for a domain name
Rossi Lothario Adams II, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, wanted the domain name 'doitforstate.com.'
Here’s the full list of people charged in the college admissions cheating scandal, and who has pleaded guilty so far
The parents include the actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, as well as executives at prominent public and private companies.
Felicity Huffman is helping women adjust to life after prison as part of her 250 hours of mandated community service for the college admissions scanda...
The actress spent 11 days in prison after pleading guilty to paying $15,000 to have her daughter's SAT exam answers falsified.
Lamborghinis, baby lions, and stacks of cash: The Russian hackers in charge of ‘Evil Corp’ are living an absurdly lavish lifestyle
Members of the Russian hacking group Evil Corp live a lavish lifestyle fueled by stolen millions, authorities say. Take a look at the photos.
R. Kelly is accused of bribing a government employee to obtain fake ID to marry the late singer Aaliyah at age 15
Federal prosecutors accused the disgraced singer R. Kelly of bribing an Illinois government employee to acquire a fake ID for late singer Aaliyah.
Police in Australia seized nearly $1 billion worth of meth hidden inside stereo speakers smuggled in from Thailand
The drug bust was the country's largest onshore methamphetamine seizure in history, according to the Australian Federal Police.
The college admissions scandal ringleader tried to recruit 7 Stanford coaches to be part of the scheme but only one took the bait
Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne published a letter about the school's investigation into the college admissions scandal on Tuesday.
Factors taken into account include presence of terrorist attacks, number of mass shootings, financial safety, and the risk of hurricanes.
Marzia Kjellberg said 90% of her valuables were stolen by thieves who broke into her and PewDiePie’s house
"I can't hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that," Marzia Kjellberg wrote in her Instagram Story.
"They've been doing it for so long that they were truly comfortable that they were never going to get caught."