From shuffleboard disputes to flamingo assault to "unlawful possession and transportation of an alligator"
Valve's new HTC Vive controller uses velcro to bring virtual reality groping one step closer
Charles Manson follower convicted of July 1969 murder of Gary Hinman
It's the Wild West in the world of virtual reality and rules are being written and scrapped in real time
It's still early days for this exciting tech, but there are already some mind-blowing experiences
African-Americans more than four times as likely to be arrested for possession of small amounts of pot than whites
How junk forensic science was used in trial of four lesbians known as the "San Antonio Four"
From its origins as a controller taped to someone's head, to the fact that this week's release is just version 1.0, Sony spills its secrets
From her immediate family to the kindly neighborhood Santa Claus, a brief look at the cases for – and against – the murder's most popular suspects
Documentary about challenges girls face worldwide to achieve educational goals also features Meryl Streep, Freida Pinto and Isha Sesay
Clown sightings began as an amusing phenomenon, but have become increasingly dangerous – mostly to the clowns themselves
"From keystone-cop clowns shooting unarmed citizens, to racist clowns burning down Islamic centers," rapper writes of real clowns terrifying America
Sarah Glidden's new book is equal parts graphic memoir and nonfiction account, and goes behind the scenes to show how journalists cover conflict
Network's new Sunday night show examines what games like 'Red Dead Redemption' tell us about the people who play them
A 14-year-old in Iowa is facing sexual exploitation charges for sharing a suggestive photo of herself – and that's not as rare as you might think