Authorities say a south Louisiana man has been accused of murder after driving for about six hours with his wife's body before entering a police station to say he killed her.
Police say gunfire erupted at a southwest Philadelphia basketball court during halftime of an adult league game with hundreds of spectators, injuring six people, one critically.
Republican political consultant Mary Matalin has accepted an appointment as a visiting distinguished lecturer in political science at Loyola University of New Orleans.
U.S. students don't know much about American history.
The CEO of a big bank says a U.S. default could be catastrophic for the economy. The head of the Federal Reserve warns of chaos. And a credit rating agency threatens to take away the country's coveted triple-A status.
Regulators must better understand threats to the financial system to be able to prevent another crisis, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged Thursday.
When Kay Burdette's 17-year-old son became sick with flu-like symptoms, the faithful mother chose the same prescription she has used for years: prayer.
Colon cancer deaths continue to drop across America — except in Mississippi, health officials said Tuesday.
“Criminals who think that they are safe on the dark net are wrong,” Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, said in a statement. “We can expose their networks.”
The 46-year-old executive was charged with violating the immigration law for not having proper identification, but he was released after an associate retrieved his passport, visa and German driver's license from the hotel where he was staying
After decades of increases, U.S. divorces are leveling off with couples now slightly more likely to reach their 10-year wedding anniversary. But the "seven-year itch" among couples persists, wit...
The Missouri Supreme Court says the state didn't follow its own laws in terminating the parental rights of a Guatemalan woman who was caught up in a 2007 immigration raid and allowing her son to be adopted by an American couple.
A Connecticut man convicted in a deadly home invasion bragged in a letter from death row that he has killed 17 people and collected victims' sneakers as trophies, and he also disparaged his accomplice as "not even worthy" of being his partner in crime, according to a newspaper report.
A Georgia factory worker claims he was fired after he refused to wear a '666' sticker he feared would doom him to eternal damnation.
Yet another symptom of the economic downturn: Americans aren't moving.
A Florida appeals court on Wednesday upheld the murder conviction of a former Boston-based FBI agent in a 1982 mob hit, a ruling the ex-agent angrily denounced as a "rush to judgment" in a phone...
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