Interpol announced that it will help fight counterfeit drugs with its Pharmaceutical Crime Program.
Children and teenagers who are allowed to watch a lot of television could be at a higher risk of developing antisocial and even criminal behavior in later life, according to a new study.
However, despite the fact that they have DNA evidence and victim testimony, police do not know which twin is to blame - because their DNA is virtually identical.
A 20-year-old mother from Papua New Guinea was tortured and burned alive on a pile of flaming tires after being accused of using sorcery to murder her neighbor's six-year-old son.
Time and again, it has been seen that even mentally sound, decent people can engage in acts of extreme cruelty when instructed to do so by others. There have been social psychological studies conducted and published in the 1960s and 70s on the subject. Recently, professors Alex Haslam and Stephen Reicher revisited the study findings and concluded in their study that awful acts involve not just obedience, but enthusiasm too. The conclusions drawn by them as a result of the analysis of the previous studies conducted decades ago, challenged the notion that human beings are 'programmed' for conformity.
A new study suggests that children who suffer brain injuries are more likely to grow up to be criminals.