Virginia teen Cohen Naulty started a fundraiser to pay for others’ meals after he was shamed by restaurant Beer 88 for paying part of his restaurant bill in quarters. The restaurant deleted its Facebook page amid backlash.
A McClatchy review of declassified transcripts of Guantánamo’s national security hearings found that, after the public and death-penalty defendants are sent away, what goes on at the war court often involves the CIA.
A large amount of plutonium over the years has gone quietly missing from stockpiles owned by the US military, often without any public notice. Energy Department has been less willing to punish contractors.
A former high-ranking prison manager, who has been accused of fostering a culture of violence at Lanesboro Correctional Institution, acknowledged in a federal courtroom Tuesday that he put homemade weapons in the ceiling of his prison office.
A “F--- Donald Trump” yard sign ignited an argument during which a white man threatened to call police and yelled racial slurs at a Vietnamese-American lawyer and activist in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Two Muncie, Indiana, parents were arrested after their two toddlers were found wandering near train tracks wearing only dirty diapers. The mother said she had taken medicine and fallen asleep, allowing the children to get out, police said.
As scams targeting seniors are on the rise, we take a look at some of North Carolina’s most infamous Ponzi schemes. Clients were swindled out of millions of dollars while business people lived lavish lives.
Police in Houston say two home invaders tried to force a woman inside her home in southeast Houston at gunpoint. Her husband exchanged fire with them and shot one in the head, who had a gun to his wife’s head.
A woman has been accused of faking a terminal illness and convincing a New Jersey family to take her in and care for her for more than a month. Kiley White is charged with theft by deception and harassment.
After President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, U.S. Rep. and former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford again asked to see Trump’s tax returns, saying “I don’t know” if Russia has anything on the president.
Police in Cape May, New Jersey, found a pug wandering through yards Sunday and had a little fun: They posed it for a “pug shot” and posted the photo on Facebook in an attempt to find the missing dog’s owners.
New Jersey authorities say the parents of a 4-month-old child who suffocated at a motel have been charged with murder in his death. Police say the couple put their son in “time out” because he wouldn’t stop crying.
A man is facing charges after Ohio police say he dragged an officer for more than a mile in his car while fleeing a traffic stop. Dashcam video shows the officer being dragged down a street while another trooper chases the suspect.