If Democrat Doug Jones’ victory in Tuesday’s U.S. Senate election in Alabama stands, the litany of sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore will have proven to be too much for the Republican to overcome.
A Florida substitute teacher was arrested Friday after allegedly selling marijuana to two middle school students.
Jay Swingler’s plan to cement his head in the microwave using spackling paste took an unexpectedly bad turn when the substance solidified faster than he anticipated.
Authorities in Ventura County, Calif., confirmed the first-fire related death Friday as strong winds continued to whip a massive firestorm across South California — leaving a charred path of destruction.
Al Qaeda is urging its followers across the globe to attack the United States and its allies in response to President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
A Connecticut man was sentenced to a year in prison on Tuesday after having sex with his dead girlfriend’s corpse, the Hartford Courant reported.
Hundreds of elite racing horses stabled at San Luis Rey Downs in San Diego County were set free Thursday in hopes that they would escape the flames as one of the major California wildfires consumed the training facility.
An Internet hoaxster’s death in September was caused by a potent mix of drugs, according to a medical examiner’s report released Tuesday.
A Florida high school teacher was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge last week, accused of inappropriately touching a 19-year-old male student.
Donald Trump Jr. is scheduled to appear before the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday as it continues its probe into Russian meddling during the 2016 presidential election.
An Indianapolis man who dressed as an elderly woman to ambush his ex-girlfriend and her brother, was sentenced to 80 years in prison Friday.
The president plans to be in Pensacola on Friday, just four days before Alabama voters decide between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones for the seat once occupied by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
ABC News issued a correction to a bombshell report Friday morning that initially claimed Michael Flynn was prepared to testify that he was instructed by then-“candidate” Donald Trump to contact Russian officials during the campaign.
The hashtag was trending on Twitter in the wake of a controversial trial that found Jose Inez Garcia Zarate not guilty of murdering Kate Steinle on a pier in San Francisco in July 2015.
The ex-wife of fired NBC “Today’” co-host Matt Lauer has come to his defense following allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
Following a complaint from a journalism advocacy group, Walmart has ended its online sales of a T-shirt that the group argued sent a threatening message.
“What’s the big deal” about a grown man “courting” a 14-year-old girl? A Texas university philosophy professor asks that question in a recent blog post defending Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Cops for Kids, a charity that helps families or children who are victims of crimes, allegedly defrauded millions of dollars in donations, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday by the Ohio Attorney General, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported.
A former Twitter employee who stunned the world earlier this month by deactivating President Donald Trump’s account for 11 minutes has now stepped forward.
A Louisiana woman faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted on charges of abusing her boyfriend’s 7-year-old son in 2015.