It took 29 minutes and hundreds of views before someone reported the graphic video of the mass shooting.
Nash County sheriff's investigators are now taking a second look at the death of Rexford Lynn Keel's first wife, ruled accidental in 2006, after he was charged with murdering his second wife.
Nathaniel Jackson freed 17 slaves and brought most of them with him to build a community at the Mexican border. The cemetery where he is buried may be at risk of desecration.
For 40 years, California Gov. Gavin Newsom's family fought for Pete Pianezzi's innocence in a gangland killing.
Laura and Matt Trayte, who planned to adopt the baby, say the ruse was a "psychological attack."
More than 50 strangers attended the baby's funeral. Police searched for his mother among them.
The Detroit rapper wrote most of his songs about swiping credit card information, so much that a talk-show host once asked him if it was a new genre of music.
A bearded man believed he was the "hipster" pictured in an MIT Technology Review article titled, "The hipster effect: When anticonformists all look the same." But was he?
If they had raped and killed an elderly woman, wouldn't they recall the details? A police psychologist told them it was possible. Some believed him.
Had he been driving in Oregon, he might have been hit with a $500 fine.