A Border Patrol agent has been indicted with second-degree murder charges for the death of a 16-year-old Mexican boy, whom authorities say was shot 10 times across the border.
PETA filed a lawsuit arguing that animals have the right to ownership - or at least to own their selfies.
A judge ruled Tuesday that royalties no longer are owed when “Happy Birthday To You" is sung in a commercial setting.
A US Army Ranger, who was worried his domestic abuse claims would be ignored, wore a GoPro camera on his belt to record an attack by his estranged wife. A new tool in fighting domestic violence?
Police have captured a suspect who barricaded himself in a motel. Police believe the unnamed suspect shot and critically wounded an Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputy.
The Kentucky clerk’s brief imprisonment for refusing to issue gay marriage licenses made her a lightning rod in the debate over religious freedom, personal liberties, and the law. ACLU lawyers now accuse her of issuing questionably legal licenses.
Attorneys for the two girls, set to be tried on charges of trying stab a classmate to death, are expected to ask the court to adjourn the case to a later time or place.
Stewart Parnell, former owner of Peanut Corporation of America, faces up to life in prison for knowingly distributing contaminated peanut butter.
Alabama church shooting: Earl Carswell, pastor of the Oasis Tabernacle Church in East Selma, Ala., and members of his congregation are being hailed as heroes after wrestling a gun away from a shooter who opened fire during service on Sunday.
Officials at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, have received national scorn for suspending a boy for bringing a homemade clock that teachers thought looked like a bomb to school. At least one Islamic leader has said that the school is not to blame.
Massachusetts investigators have spent months trying to identify Baby Doe. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the little girl that has captured the nation's attention may soon have a name.
A friend of Dylan Roof is being charged with withholding information and lying to federal authorities.
The Oklahoma man says he remains optimistic and hopes the court will spare his life as it considers new evidence that could possibly clear him of a 1997 murder.
Joey Meek notified authorities after recognizing Dylann Roof from the church’s surveillance footage. Law enforcement is investigating whether he may have known more than he let on.