Attorneys representing several death row inmates are asking a federal judge to force Arkansas to preserve evidence from the execution of a prisoner who lurched and convulsed on the gurney
A federal judge has sentenced the former head of Chicago Public Schools to more than four years in prison for steering $23 million in no-bid city contracts to education firms in exchange for more than $2 million in bribes and kickbacks
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has visited an area of New York's Long Island where the violent MS-13 street gang has been blamed for killing 11 young people since the school year began
Pope Francis has demanded that Egypt's Muslim leaders teach a rejection of violence in God's name during a delicate visit to the Arab world's most populous country
The oil and gas industry is trying to reassure Colorado residents they're safe while investigators look for the cause of a fatal house explosion near a gas well
Every news outlet is freaking out over the impending approach of Donald Trump’s First 100 Days, but what about Sean Spicer’s first 100 days? Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulvedatv) has more.
New England Cable News has apologized for accompanying a story on police stops of minorities with a graphic that included the term "colored people"
A prosecutor says the investigation into the February death of a Penn State University fraternity pledge who fell down stairs is likely to result in charges against several people
Two people have been arraigned in the slaying and mutilation of an acquaintance who went missing last year but whose body parts were found just this week in a shallow grave and a vacant field north of Detroit
An Indianapolis man has pleaded guilty to killing three people over four days last spring in attacks that authorities say he justified by citing a horror movie
New York City's Department of Investigation says the correction commissioner spent 90 days outside the city last year, even amid violence problems at the Rikers Island jail complex
The Trump administration has told two California counties it has no plans right now to seek a court ruling reinstating the president's executive order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities