Some motorists in Arkansas were stranded for up to 10 hours overnight Wednesday, forcing many to sleep in their cars while authorities cleared wreaks on icy roads along Interstate 40.
Two men have been added to Nevada’s “black book” and are banned from entering casinos in the state after swindling the Bellagio on the Las Vegas Strip of more than $1 million in craps games.
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In defiance of President Trump's hardline stands on immigration, more jurisdictions are going beyond “sanctuary city” policies and actively using taxpayer dollars to pay for legal representation for immigrants facing deportation.
A Chicago pastor is under fire for telling a man in drag during a Sunday night worship service to leave the church and “go put on man clothes.”
About 1,200 auditors sharpened their pencils and pored over the Pentagon's accounting books and were able to identify discrepancies that will likely take years to resolve, Reuters reported.
Authorities in Tennessee are seeking the public’s help in solving the decades-old murder of a recently identified 17-year-old girl reported missing from New Hampshire.
‘Stranded motorist’ in GoFundme case allegedly texted friend, ‘shush about the made up stuff’: reportOn
A New Jersey woman part of an elaborate conspiracy involving her boyfriend and a homeless Philadelphia man allegedly texted her friend saying “so shush about the made up stuff,” after the launch of a GoFundMe campaign that deceived donors of more than $400,000, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Audience members at a performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” in Baltimore were sent scrambling out of their seats Wednesday when a patron shouted “Heil Hitler, Heil Trump.”
At least 63 are now dead from a massive Northern California wildfire, and officials say they have a missing persons list with 631 names on it in an ever-evolving accounting of the missing.
A Virginia man’s alleged attempt to kill his mother-in-law by putting methamphetamine in her coffee has resulted in prison time.
A Virginia man’s first prize-winning watermelon weighing more than 250 pounds has set a record in the state.
After a Facebook post by a prominent University of Mississippi donor was denounced as racist, some professors say the university should rename its journalism school for an African-American journalist who crusaded against lynching.
Europe’s ‘secret weapon’ coming to U.S. to help veterans heal, set up businesses with hydro buoyancy suitsOn
Terry Nelson is expanding his revolutionary company, Aqua Running, to the United States, and wants 50 U.S. veterans to mentor. Nelson wants to set each one up with five hydro buoyancy suits – which retail for $300 each – and help them build their own rehabilitation and fitness training businesses.