Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Just as quickly as it emerged, the oil boom is crashing.
Actors from the movie “Selma” marched with hundreds of people Sunday to recall one of the bloodiest chapters of the civil rights movement, while America prepared to mark the national holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
Alan Hirschfield, a former entertainment executive who helped make the 1970s movies “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Taxi Driver,” has died. He was 79.
Monday, January 19, 2015
A Florida man had “several pockets full of ammunition” when he targeted his wife in a shooting Saturday morning that left two people dead at a mall food court, police said.
Utah's top law enforcement officer said this week that he secretly traveled to South America to play a role in a sex-trafficking sting operation in order to help fight the crime before victims end up in Utah.
A New Jersey woman who authorities say put her newborn baby girl in the middle of a road and set the infant on fire was charged Saturday with murder.
An anti-Islamic American pastor who features on the same al-Qaida hit list as the slain editor-in-chief of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine has opened a french-fry stand in a Florida mall.
About 100 protesters chanting “Rape is not a joke!” and “No means no!” protested outside a theater in Denver before comedian Bill Cosby took the stage on Saturday.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
The Drug Enforcement Administration has formally acknowledged that it maintained a sweeping database of phone calls made from the United States to multiple foreign countries. The program has since been discontinued, the Justice Department said Friday.
A U.S. citizen who said he was wrongly arrested when the government rounded up Muslim men after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has settled his lawsuit against the FBI.