After nearly a week in a prison's mental health unit, millionaire Robert Durst is scheduled to return Monday to a New Orleans court, where his lawyers will argue that he was illegally arrested on murder and weapons charges and should be released.
The Corinth Police Department is investigating an assault on a Corinth man as a possible hate crime.
A judge has told actor Shia LaBeouf that a disorderly conduct case against him will be dismissed and sealed if he avoids being arrested in the next six months.
A document examiner's erroneous handwriting analysis 14 years ago delayed authorities in linking millionaire Robert Durst to a friend's death until after he was accused of killing someone else, according to a search warrant.
The whispered words of Robert Durst recorded in an unguarded moment in a bathroom could come back to haunt him - or help him - as he faces a murder charge.
As investigators sift through items seized in a search of Robert Durst's Houston home, the troubled millionaire's attorney says he would be surprised if any evidence against his client were found.
Robert Durst's mumblings about how he "killed them all" provided the dramatic kick to a documentary about the millionaire's troubled life and connection to three slayings, but it was words he penned that helped lead to his arrest on a murder charge.
The son of Alabama's chief justice - who has made national headlines recently for his efforts to block gay marriage in the state - has been arrested on drug charges.
In December 2010 EDGE interviewed film director Andrew Jarecki about his fictional account of the Robert Durst case called "All Good Things." Today his HBO doc, that concluded last night, led to the arrest of Durst. Here is that interview.
Actor Emile Hirsch made his first court appearance Monday on allegations that he put a studio executive in a chokehold and dragged her across a nightclub table while in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival.