A hunter was arrested for shooting four of the bison. Private shooters were later hired by police to “put down” the others.
This is an ongoing list of Americans who have been arrested on suspicion of trying to provide material support to international terrorist groups. Updates will be added as new arrests occur.
The family announced on Thursday that they had filed a wrongful death lawsuit in response to a Ferguson police officer fatally shooting the unarmed black teen on Aug. 9.
A grand jury charged Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, 23, of Columbus, Ohio, with providing material support to terrorists.
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Footage of the sexual assault was allegedly found on a suspect’s cell phone and is said to show several men raping a woman who is passed out on a beach in front of dozens of bystanders. Update — Thursday, April 16 1:15pm ET: A third suspect has been arrested.
A man shot himself dead outside the building and police were investigating a suspicious package, Capitol police told BuzzFeed News.
The video leaked online Saturday, which marked the singer’s seventh anniversary of marriage to Jay Z. It’s a Tidal.com exclusive.
Sometimes it’s hard to know for sure.
Mitchell’s condition is now improving after she was rushed from her Los Angeles home to a hospital on Tuesday.
Keonna Thomas has been charged with “attempting to provide material support and resources” to ISIS after the FBI found a number of Tweets and e-mails referencing her allegiance to the Islamic State.
Prosecutors say there is not enough evidence to conclusively prove that Anthony Ray Hinton is guilty of the two murders he was convicted of committing in 1985. He was released Friday morning.
“After being dishonorably discharged from the Navy SEALs, Bob and David are back serving our country the way they do best: making sketch comedy.”
The White House announced on Tuesday that President Obama lowered the sentence for 22 people in prison on drug offenses.
Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed the bill Monday, which was criticized amid concerns about trust between police and the communities they serve. The governor called the proposed 60-day benchmark arbitrary, saying instead that local police chiefs should decide when to release names.
The Department of Justice announced the arrests of U.S. Army National Guard Soldier Hasan Edmonds, 22, and his cousin Jonas Edmonds, 29, on Thursday.
The U.S. will keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of 2015 rather than reducing the number to 5,500 troops as originally planned, the president announced Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines said the shirt – promoting the Comedy Central TV show Broad City – was offensive. But the student refused to remove it, citing freedom of speech.
The Colorado pre-teen has been detained in a juvenile center with two counts of attempted first-degree murder.
About 100 U.S. Special Operations Forces are evacuating from Yemen after al-Qaeda seizes the city of al-Houta and ISIS attacks kill 126 in Sanaa.