A Queens, New York, day care worker was in custody with self-inflicted wounds. A meat cleaver and a butcher knife were recovered at the scene, police said.
A 16-year-old claims Wilson paid her $500 for sex in an Austin hotel.
“We’re talking about a company that placed life in danger, placed millions of dollars of personal property of individuals in danger to protect their ...
As Safi "lay dying after being stabbed, her first thought was to capture the moment for social media."
Duke Energy can't rule out that ash might be escaping and flowing into the river.
One in five people in the U.S. doesn't know what their partner earns. But money is the source of most of our anxieties, and the cause of most breakups.
The documents paint a clearer picture of the terror Faisal Hussain caused during a shooting spree this summer but leave many questions unanswered. What, for example, was his motive?
Offensive remarks have triggered an online campaign against leading Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro.
A U.N. report says coca growing farms now take up more area than the footprint of Los Angeles, despite efforts to combat the drug trade.
Janelle Ortiz was the fourth victim of this month’s killing spree in Laredo, Texas, allegedly by a Border Patrol agent who has been described as a serial killer.
By requiring Manafort to admit to all of the facts in both cases, the conviction is essentially “pardon proof."
Jimmy Butler – who can become an unrestricted free agent next summer – requested a trade from the Timberwolves and put the Knicks on his list of ...
Privacy and consumer advocates have raised questions about whether insurers may eventually use data to select the most profitable customers.
The Jets and Browns face off in a Week 3 matchup that will depend on Tyrod Taylor's ability to convert.
"We got a house still standing. It's kind of messed up — a lot of people don't have anything right now."
ICE arrests of noncriminals increased 66 percent in the first nine months of the 2018 fiscal year over the same period a year earlier.
Salt Lake City Council Member Derek Kitchen, who in 2012 sued to overturn Utah's gay marriage ban, is running for a seat in the Utah State Senate.
The articles include one on a study that said people eat more when served food in large bowls and another that hungry shoppers buy foods with more calories.