A man who spent three decades in prison based in part on a single strand of hair will ask a Massachusetts judge to free him while he awaits a new trial
A federal accident investigations board says inadequate safety oversight was partly to blame for a fatal crash near Chicago in which a truck driver fell asleep and plowed into stopped emergency vehicles
A civilian in England decided to help the cops out by tripping the alleged drug dealer they were running after. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Police received a call about a man acting suspiciously early Tuesday morning. When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s on fire.
Japanese telecommunications and Internet company SoftBank is reporting an 88 percent drop in fiscal third-quarter profit as it struggles to turn around its U.S. carrier Sprint
Millions of children are getting deworming treatment in India's campaign to prevent parasitic worms from infecting them and impairing their mental and physical development
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is expected to sign a bill stripping government money from Planned Parenthood, a move that might help him with conservatives who dominate the upcoming Republican presidential primary in South Carolina
An Iranian drone that flew over a U.S. aircraft carrier this month was the first to conduct an overflight of an American carrier since 2014
The Obama administration is planning to create a new high-level federal official to coordinate cybersecurity across civilian agencies and to work with military and intelligence counterparts as part of its 2017 budget proposal announced Tuesday
Maryland's House and Senate overruled vetoes from the governor on legislation that allows convicted felons to vote as soon as they're released.
A retired Baltimore judge who'll determine whether a man convicted of a killing at the center of popular podcast "Serial" deserves a new trial says the post-conviction hearing that concluded Tuesday garnered more attention than any proceeding he'd seen
The Ferguson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to conditionally approve a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice, but with seven amendments, or "conditions of acceptance."
A man in Indian may be the unlucky first person to be killed by a meteorite in modern times. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Former Mexico President Felipe Calderón spoke out against Donald Trump's proposed wall on the southern border. Here's a hint: He's not having it.