When police arrived at the home of Vikings cornerback Chris Cook last October 22, they found his girlfriend sitting on the living room floor, crying and holding the right side of her head as her nose bled. Chantel Baker told police she was beaten and strangled by Cook, and he was eventually ch ... More >>
Phoenix deputy's tale of being shot by drug smugglers doesn't add up
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St. Cloud State teacher Abbas Mehdi saw realities of the occupation as a member of Iraq's government
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To most of us, nothing sounds worse than a loveless marriage. According to Stephanie Coontz, it wasn't always that way.
'Bus 174' rolls up a news vehicle of white bronco proportions
While the Supreme Court scrutinizes a DNA test, the wheels of justice cease to turn
Never mind fingerprints--state law-enforcement officials want blood
Forensic pathologist John Coe has spent a lifetime examining skin, organs, and bones for answers to how and why we die