Philadelphia police have released surveillance video showing a group of teenagers damaging a Walgreens pharmacy on July 4.
Paris, which in 2015 hosted the signing of a historic agreement on fighting global warming, on Tuesday declared a climate emergency following similar moves by other cities and national parliaments.
In 2002 president called described Epstein as 'a terrific guy'
The 18-year-old has been spared jail time for the deadly incident, receiving only a community service order
Seth Rich Conspiracy Theory Was Planted By Russian Intel Before Being Championed By Fox News' Sean Hannity: Report
"To me, having a foreign intelligence agency set up one of my decedents with lies and planting false stories, to me that's pretty outrageous," Deborah Sines, the federal prosecutor who was previously
Aid worker Peter Dalglish, 62, sentenced for abusing two boys, aged 12 and 14
Leaked Photos Of Universal Studios' Super Nintendo World Theme Park Model Hint At Mario Kart And Yoshi Rides
The Nintendo-themed land will open first at Universal Studios Japan ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The aerobatic team fly-by took place over the wrong town, surprising patrons of a yodelling festival.
Pollution is up nearly 14 percent under the Trump administration.
A man, accompanied by his cat "Spaghetti," made himself at home after breaking into Oregon residence on Sunday by trying on a woman's Christmas onesie, eating a cupcake, and making coffee, police said.
"We want to know why police felt the need to shoot and kill a 17 year old unarmed teen girl," her father, Benson Williams, said in a statement.
Boulder police have detained a man who reportedly bit a dog he was dragging through a Whole Foods store before pulling a knife on an officer.
Iranian metal guerrillas Confess have been sentenced to 14 1/2 years in prison by the Revolutionary Tribunal of Tehran. For the crime of ...
But Barr will recuse himself from an internal Justice Department probe of current Labor Secretary's Alex Acosta involvement in approving a controversial no-prosecution deal with the wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago.
Attorneys for Michelle Carter filed an appeal of her conviction with the United State Supreme Court Monday.
New data from Mexico shows the auto industry continues to expand operations there, even if it draws the ire of the Trump administration.
An American lawyer had a near-death experience after trying to take a selfie during the famous running of the bulls.
Current and former workers also claim point-system attendance policy penalizes employees for use of paid time off
Conspiracy theories that former Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich was murdered on the orders of Hillary Clinton originated with the Russian foreign intelligence service, according to a Yahoo News investigation.