US officials accuse Russia of testing a new ground-launched cruise missile in violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty that President Ronald Reagan signed with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
Member of Eric Garner's family met Friday with federal prosecutors to ask them to bring a civil rights case against the NYPD. Garner died in police custody. An onlooker shot video of him in a chokehold.
Ohio State University dismissed marching band director Jonathan Waters Thursday after concluding he knew about, but failed to stop inappropriate rituals. The university will appoint a task force to help bring about changes in the band.
Tony La Russa told ESPN he believes players like Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire should be included in the Baseball Hall of Fame as the greatest players of their generation despite questions about their use of performance enhancing drugs.
Senator John McCain said Wednesday's execution of Joseph Wood, which took more than 90 minutes and left him gasping for air throughout, was a 'bollocks-upped situation.' McCain supports capital punishment for certain crimes.
Agreeing with an earlier ruling by a judge in Monroe County, a Miami-Dade judge ruled Friday Florida's ban on same-sex marriage served only to discriminate against same-sex couples. Both ruling are expected to face appeals.