St. Louis County prosecutor is expected to announce at 8 p.m. CT Monday whether the grand jury decided to indict police Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon issued a state of emergency last week, calling up the National Guard to assist local law enforcement.
Marissa Alexander had been facing 60 years in prison for a firing a “warning shot” at her abusive husband, but will receive a much shorter sentence after pleading guilty.
“I had a reason to run, not to run from my problems, but to run towards a problem,” said Londrelle Hall.
A new report on the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter comes down hard on his parents, teachers, and medical professionals, who all served to “accommodate and appease” the mass murderer’s mental health issues.
An FSU student found bullets lodged in his library books following the campus shooting on Wednesday night.
Jay Leno decided to cancel his appearance at a firearms convention after learning that the sponsor is based in Newtown, Connecticut.
“What is so wrong about digging up dirt on shady journalist?”
A 37-year-old Cleveland woman died while in police custody outside her home last week after officers slammed her head on the pavement, her family said.
A St. Louis, Missouri, woman says that she was raped by a corrections officer in exchange for her release from the Ferguson jail. WARNING: Graphic language.
The Nigerian terrorist group arrived in Chibok on Thursday, officials said.
“I point a lot. Lots of people point. The President. Bill Clinton. Stephen Colbert. Babies. It is the earliest form of human communication.”
“Law enforcement should have been equally condemned by the governor,” lawyers for the Michael Brown’s parents said on behalf of the family.
Gov. Jay Nixon acknowledged that he expects demonstrations following the grand jury decision in the Darren Wilson case, says “violence will not be tolerated.”
Hospital officials say Dr. Spencer is Ebola-free and will be released from Bellevue Hospital on Tuesday morning.
“ANY AND ALL claims of an announcement date or time from any source, especially social media, are rank speculation and should be ignored.”
Bounlith “Bong” Bouasykeo pleaded guilty in federal court to manufacturing and distributing large quantities of marijuana. But an Oregon judge said he wasn’t ready to send him to prison.
A new Wisconsin law was supposed to get justice for slain victims of police shootings, like Dontre Hamilton. Here’s what happened.
The FBI fabricated a news story and posted it on a fake Seattle Times website to identify a bomb threat suspect. The paper is outraged.
Robel Phillipos was convicted on two counts of lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the probe into the Boston Marathon bombing.
A new Human Rights Watch report featuring interviews with women captured by Boko Haram details the alleged atrocities committed by the Nigerian terrorist group.