The Manhattan nanny who police say murdered two children in their parents’ apartment pleaded not guilty to two counts of first and second degree murder Wednesday at her indictment, New York court officials say.
A pageant winner with a bright future died in a shootout that authorities expect involved people linked to the Sinaloa drug cartel
A court fight between religious groups and the city of Santa Monica, Calif., ends with a blanket ban on “Winter Displays.”
Seattle, that leading citadel of progressive-mindedness in the Pacific northwest, gave us Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Sir Mix-a-Lot and what is now the Oklahoma City Thunder. Now it’s leading the nation again by informing its …
The next war between the states is apparently being fought online — although not all combatants are taking things seriously.
The one-time wizard of anti-virus software now finds himself the prime suspect in a bizarre murder in the country to which he retired to get away from the chaos.
A Toledo, Ohio grandmother who apparently wanted to keep her daughter and son-in-law from gaining custody of three children is believed to have killed them, her son and herself in a murder-suicide.
The man accused in the Jan. 8, 2011, Arizona shooting rampage has received seven life sentences
Maybe it’s true that disaster brings out the best in people. After Sandy, people who are left in her wake are stepping up to make the aftermath a little easier.
Facing mounting backlash over holding the New York City Marathon in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Friday that he has canceled this year’s race, despite his early assurances that no resources needed for those affected by the storm would be diverted. It marks the first time in the marathon’s 42-year …
Decades of legal wrangling, psychoanalysis and petitioning has left a convicted murderer condemned to die, despite being determined to be mentally ill.
The files were ordered released by the Oregon Supreme Court stemming from the judgment in favor of a former Scout who was molested by an associate Scoutmaster.