On December 4, 1980, a fire at the Stouffer’s Inn of Westchester claimed 26 people’s lives. Now, almost 40 years later, David Feete, the son of James Feete, one of the victims, is still looking for closure and figure out who was responsible for the fire.
A fire tore through the Stouffer's Inn in Harrison, N.Y., on a cold morning of Dec. 4, 1980. Within minutes, 26 people were dead. A hotel employee was put on trial. He was accused of setting the fire so he could then act the hero and extinguish it. But is that really what happened?
It was July 23, 1991. Three men were working in Inwood Hill Park, not far from the Henry Hudson Bridge, when they found a cooler.
The year-long crime spree carried out by John Dillinger and his gang re-defined what it meant to be a gangster in America. Now, more than 80 years after his death there is a legal battle to have his body exhumed.
A suburban mom was convicted of killing and dismembering her husband, then packing up his remains in suitcases. Now the case is getting reexamined.
A haunting ransom call released 45 years after Margaret Ellen Fox's disappearance.The FBI and local police in Burlington City, NJ hope it could help crack this decades-old case.
The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday ordered new trials for two men convicted more than three decades ago in the stabbing and beating death of a 65-year-old man.
In 1985, Everett Carr, 65, was murdered inside his home in New Milford, Connecticut. Someone stabbed him 27 times, slit his throat, and bashed in his head. The blood was everywhere.