When the concept of a citizen's arrest comes up in casual conversation, most people think it's a joke or a myth. Can a citizen who isn't a law-enforcement official really arrest someone at their will? We asked Live PD analyst Tom Morris Jr. about this mysterious practice.
While one of the biggest drug kingpins in Washington, D.C. remains in a federal penitentiary, his namesake son, Tony Lewis Jr. is helping children with a parent in prison. He talks to us about his struggle getting people to understand that when a person goes to prison, their family goes with them.
Isabel Martinez recently shocked the world by allegedly stabbing to death her husband and four of her five children (she's been charged with multiple accounts of murder and aggregated assault). Although she has yet to be convicted of any crime, we are reminded of famous cases of mothers convicted of killing their children.
If you've ever been crammed into a poorly ventilated bus in the summer or run errands when it's 95 degrees with 90 percent humidity, you are probably familiar with how easily tempers can flare in hot weather. And there's no shortage of experts trying to explain this phenomenon.