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New Zealand detained foreigners who refused self-isolation amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, and said they could face deportation
Officials said two travelers from Southeast Asia have been taken into custody and quarantined. If they fail to see it out, they will be deported.
Iran says it is making arrests after its military shot down a passenger plane with a missile, killing 176 people
The arrests follow an admission over the weekend by Iran that it was responsible for shooting down Ukraine International Airlines flight 752
If Mike Bloomberg wants to move on from ‘stop and frisk,’ he should put his money where his mouth is
The former New York mayor apologized for "stop and frisk." The tens of thousands arrested on low-level marijuana charges still suffer the consequences.
A homeless man was sentenced to 15 years after pleading guilty to cocaine possession — but it turned out to just be powdered milk
Cody Gregg, 29, had his case in Oklahoma City dismissed on Friday, days after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
A SpaceX fan who visited Texas to see Elon Musk’s Starship event spent the night in jail after taking photos of a rocket prototype built by the ...
An officer called the man accused of criminal trespassing and asked him to surrender. The Cameron County sheriff says SpaceX pressed charges.
An innocent man spent months in jail after customs officials thought honey he brought back from Jamaica was liquid meth
Leon Haughton told The Washington Post he was jailed for 82 days after customs officials in Baltimore alleged that the three jars of honey were meth.
An international gang has been charged in a widespread romance scam that defrauded businesses and elderly women out of at least $6 million
Federal authorities said that 17 people had been arrested in the United States, including 14 in the Los Angeles area.
Marijuana-related arrests cost the US billions of dollars each year, even in states where the drug is legal
The legal marijuana industry could be a multi-billion dollar industry for the United States, but for now, it's actually costing Americans billions.
The woman was released from custody the morning of June 5. She was found locked in a stairwell two days later, at 6:32 p.m. on June 7.
Students say they warned school administrators about the California teacher who was arrested for forcibly cutting a student’s hair, and their ca...
Margaret Gieszinger, a science teacher at University Preparatory High School in Visalia, California, was arrested on Wednesday.