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Netflix orders more episodes of true-crime doc series 'Making a Murderer'

The new installments will explore the post-conviction challenges mounted by Steven Avery's investigative and legal team.

By 20 July 2016


True crime: Harper Lee piece about murder investigation discovered

The article ran without Lee's name attached, but her biographer reportedly scoured old Kansas newspapers to find hints that she had written it.

By 26 April 2016


Mafia III preview: Muscle cars and organized crime in '60s New Orleans

GameSpot's Alexa Ray Corriea shares her impressions of Mafia III, the '60s organized crime game slated for 2016 release.

By 20 April 2016


The perfect crime? Man allegedly robbed store on hoverboard

Technically Incorrect: British police release CCTV footage of a man rolling into a store and allegedly stealing a crate of energy drinks.

By 11 December 2015


FBI admits it uses hacker tools to investigate crimes

It's been keeping software security flaws secret to keep tabs on suspects. That could end up making some members of the public less safe.

By 11 December 2015


Hormones may be partners in crime for unethical behavior

A new study claims that naughty behavior like fraud, cheating and lying could be predicted and reinforced by a rise in hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.

By 30 July 2015


5 trailers to watch while you're waiting for Marvel to #FreetheFootage

We can't watch Spidey or Baby Groot legally yet, so here are some Comic-Con trailers to ease the pain.

By 26 July 2016


New 'Lego Batman Movie' trailer reveals Robin's hilarious origins

Batman may team up with fellow superheroes Superman and Wonder Woman, but it's his interactions with sidekick Robin we can't wait to see in the upcoming Lego movie.

By 25 July 2016


Hillary Clinton invites you to 'Trump Yourself'

The Clinton campaign unveils an app that overlays some of Trump's most memorable insults on your Facebook profile picture.

By 22 July 2016


Hillary Clinton announces VP pick Tim Kaine on Twitter

The Democratic party's presumptive nominee for president of the United States says via a tweet late Friday that she's picked Sen. Tim Kaine, underscoring the continued importance of social media in the campaign.

By 23 July 2016