A man boasted of his parenting skills to a judge more than two years before being investigated in the killings of two young children whose bodies were found stuffed in luggage and dumped into a canal and in the death of their mother.
When the Missouri River's floodwaters recede this fall, piles of debris, silt and some smelly surprises will be revealed.
Minnesota's leaders made a deal that will probably end the nation's longest state government shutdown in a decade, but they didn't really solve their budget problem. Instead, they just shuffled it down the road to be faced another day.
The annual economic forum takes place in the resort town of Davos high in the Swiss Alps, bringing together more than 2,500 members of the global elite in what has been described as the world’s most high-powered networking event.
Dozens of sealed court papers from a recent Chicago trial related to the deadly 2008 Mumbai terror attacks will be released publicly, a federal judge in Chicago ruled Tuesday, though it's unclea...
Pakistan's government has made little progress in the past year in battling militants, and there is "no clear path toward defeating the insurgency" in the country, according to a White House rep...
An Iraqi immigrant accused of killing his daughter because he believed she was too Westernized goes on trial this month in Arizona in a case that raised awareness about incidents of so-called "honor killings" in the U.S.
The so-called "Granddad Bandit" suspected of robbing 25 banks in 13 states has told court officials he will plead guilty to three heists in Alabama and Arkansas.
Nov. 2010 April 2011 Number of people employed 138.909 million 139.674 million Number of people unemployed 15.041 million 13.747 million Labor force (sum of employed and unemployed) 153.95 million 153.421 million Civilian population, 16 and older, not in institutions 238.715 million 239.146 million Labor force participation rate 64.5 percent 64.2 percent How the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines:
Audience members at a performance of Summer Mummers at the Yucca Theater in Midland, Tex.
Forget snakes on a plane -- a Mesa man was arrested for having snakes down his pants, the Arizona Republic reported Wednesday.
POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE, Texas -- Their homes have been reduced to a gray heap of ashes, and acres of trees turned into blackened sticks. Yet many who live in a lakeside community ravaged by a massive Texas wildfire -- whether in a million-dollar mansion, a quaint lake house or a simple fishing cabin -- say they hope to rebuild and get back to watching the wildlife and whiling away the hours with loved ones.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear three new cases about lethal injections, class-action settlements and class arbitration.
Former Black Panther Party leader Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt, whose murder conviction was overturned after he spent 27 years in prison for a crime he maintained he did not commit, has died. He was 63.
A New York sheriff says the wife of a deputy gave birth to their second child within hours of a gunfight that took her husband's life.
A New York City judge has ruled that the NYPD must hand over more than a decade's worth of reports on shootings.
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