Million Dollar Fakes: The Lucrative World of Counterfeit Basquiats

A recent FBI investigation has raised questions about the authenticity of 25 paintings alleged to be works of Basquiat. As it turns out, fake Basquiats aren’t uncommon in the fine art market — and they’ve cost trusting customers some serious cash

A Wedding Crasher Bandit Stole Thousands in Cash from Newlyweds, Police Say

A former cop in Arizona was arrested last week after being accused of pulling off a string of wedding reception burglaries throughout the Phoenix area

‘Crime Tourism’ Is Befuddling Law Enforcement Across the Country

Since 2014, there’s been a surge in home burglaries throughout the U.S. in what authorities now believe is part of a highly sophisticated crime ring led by individuals from South America

What Did the ‘Razzmatazz Robber’ Do to Earn Such a Colorful Nickname?

The suspect responsible for a string of bank holdups in Arizona was recently apprehended by authorities. But does his FBI given moniker fit the crime?