Miners on Tuesday blocked the tracks of a coal train in Kentucky for a second straight day as part of a standoff between a coal company that filed for bankruptcy and left nearly 400 workers without work and pay for a month.
The Detroit man wanted for the fatal beating of a 24-year-old man from Berkley after a car crash last week has been arrested, Detroit police say.
As if licking a container of ice cream and putting it back on the shelf wasn't disgusting enough, police are now searching for a woman who did something even more unthinkable.
Wealthy suburban parents in the Chicago area are using a legal loophole in order to get their children more need-based financial aid, according to a report by ProPublica Illinois.
Months after the boy was suspended from his elementary school, his mom was notified he received a criminal charge
The suspect was in surgery late Tuesday morning, officials said.
An Amazon delivery driver was fired and arrested after police say she stole a dachshund from in front of a Texas couple's home and attempted to sell it online.
A beekeeper near DeLand believes that someone is poisoning his honey bees after finding dead bees all over his property, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported.
Apple has fixed five of the vulnerabilities which Google's elite security team discovered, but one still remains.
A man is accused of the molestation of a juvenile over the span of years while at a Northwest Louisiana private school.
MURPHY, N.C. (AP) -- A new billboard in North Carolina shows four minority congresswomen smiling down on the small town of Murphy, their faces at odds with the apocalyptic phrase slapped above them: The 4 Horsemen Cometh. The billboard funded by a local gun shop then shows a red line striking out the last word, editing the phrase to instead say "The 4 Horsemen are Idiots." The Charlotte Observer reports the billboard by Cherokee Guns targets the same congresswomen who President Donald Trump recently told to return to the "crime infested places from which they came." Reps. Alexandria
Ex-Theranos CEO, Stanford Dropout Elizabeth Holmes' Trial Delayed Until August 2020 - The Stanford Daily
After the defense's request to review exculpatory evidence was granted, the U.S District Court for the Northern District of California revealed that jury selection for the trial is to begin the week of July 28, 2020.
Russian hackers invaded all 50 states. Trump and McConnell want it to continue. The media ponders "who wins"
Chaser, often described as "the world's smartest dog," made headlines worldwide for being able to identify objects by their names.
Riot erupted as "a settling of accounts between the two groups" and led to huge fire in northern Brazil's Altamira prison
Police are seeking a woman who they say urinated on potatoes at a Walmart in western Pennsylvania.
The Latino Victory Fund is focusing the campaign on health care, the economy, education, immigration, Puerto Rico and the environment, ar...
Civil engineers have tried to fix the mold problems in some rooms by bleaching them, tearing out their carpets, and using dehumidifiers.
A cyclist participating in an Ohio Ironman triathlon died Sunday after being hit by a semi during the race.