The victim of Miami’s infamous cannibalistic attack speaks out in a police interview. When asked if he provoked the attack in any way, Ronald Poppo asked, “What can provoke an attack of that type?”
In the wake of the recent mass shootings, the sale of firearms has surged in Colorado and across the U.S.
President Obama may be directly descended from the first black slave in the American colonies — through his white mother’s family line
Bill Keller, the former executive editor of the New York Times, has made no secret of his rocky relationship with secret-spilling organization WikiLeaks. Keller, as the chief of the paper in 2010, collaborated with WikiLeaks to …
A study by law professors alleges that the NYPD used excessive force in policing the Occupy Wall Street protests
A collection of written and oral accounts from reported eyewitnesses to the Aurora, Co. movie theater shooting.
A gunman opened fire in a midnight showing of The Dark Night Rises in Aurora, Co.
A New York bus driver saved a girl from possibly fatal plunge from an apartment window
As modern synthetic materials have changed the way house fires burn, the New York Fire Department is experimenting with new tactics to beat the blazes.
The revelation that the U.S. Olympic team’s uniforms were manufactured in China has prompted an outpouring of patriotic rage from U.S. politicians.