T.J. Lane was convicted of killing three students after a shooting spree in February 2012. He has required maximum security in prison, but has been in a minimum- to medium-security facility.
The victims were posthumously awarded a Congressional Gold Medal, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
Leigh Castergine, a former senior vice president, says the Mets’ chief operating officer “frequently humiliated” her for becoming pregnant out of wedlock and fired her after she complained about the harassment.
Shannon Conley entered her plea Wednesday at the US federal courthouse in Denver. Potentially thousands of young people from Western nations have fled their homelands to join the Islamic State and other militants in Syria.
One of the fiercest opponents to the city's original bankruptcy recovery plan, Syncora Guarantee Inc., entered into a tentative agreement with city officials Tuesday.
Monsoonal rains hit Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Southern California Monday washing out roadways and carrying away cars. More rain is forecast.
The third and final supermoon of 2014 coincided with the autumnal equinox, providing sky-watchers with a night to remember. The harvest moon is bigger, brighter, and more reddish than a typical full moon.
In recent decades, the National Park Service has allowed more natural fires to burn to restore the natural fire cycle of the ecosystem. This time, the fire ran out of control.
The federal appeals court in San Francisco on Monday will hear arguments involving separate lawsuits on the legitimacy of same-sex marriage bans in Nevada, Hawaii, and Idaho.
A real estate developer from Rochester, N.Y., and his wife are believed to have died in the crash. The pilot reportedly asked permission to descend mid-flight before apparently becoming incapacitated.
Perhaps more like a field goal: The Oakland Raiders agreed to pay 90 cheerleaders $1.25 million to settle the wage theft lawsuit after a new contract nearly tripled the Raiderettes' compensation ... to minimum wage.
US District Judge Carl Barbier ruled BP's 'reckless' conduct directly led to the April 2010 spill, in which 11 people died and hundreds of millions of gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico.
US Department of Justice to announce investigation into patterns of civil rights violations in policing in Ferguson, Mo., and other St. Louis counties, including use of excessive force and racial profiling.
The organizing committee said the LGBT group OUT@NBCUniversal could march in the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade and that other gay groups could apply in future years.
On Tuesday, a North Carolina judge exonerated Henry McCollum and Leon Brown of the 1983 rape and murder of a young girl. By one count, more than 1,300 convicts have been exonerated in the past 25 years.
The legal challenge to Texas' voter ID law is a test of how the federal Voting Rights Act, which was weakened by the US Supreme Court, will now be applied.