News reports about the death of Tennessee teen Channing Smith, who died by suicide last week, sounded all too familiar to New Jersey mom Jane Clementi. Like Smith, her son Tyler took his own life following anti-LGBTQ cyberbullying.
When Gallia County Sheriff Matt Champlin asked if anyone had questions about the four inmates who had escaped Sunday from the county jail, Sherry Russell, a local nurse practitioner, raised her hand.
Florida veteran dies without family to claim his remains, so hundreds of strangers show up for his funeral
Hundreds of well-wishers on Tuesday paid tribute to a Florida veteran, who they had never met after he died without any nearby family.
A federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked Georgia’s restrictive new abortion law from taking effect, following the lead of other judges who have blocked similar measures in other states.
A vendor was arrested at Sunday’s Miami Dolphins game after he allegedly charged a fan $724 for two beers.
A Virginia high school teacher who was fired for refusing to use a transgender student’s preferred pronouns has filed a lawsuit against school officials and the board.
A Southern California man beat his ex-girlfriend in an attack caught on a neighbor’s doorbell camera, police said Tuesday.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller has returned to his old law firm after spending more than two years away investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
A woman visiting the Bronx Zoo in New York climbed into a lion enclosure and stood feet away from one of the wild animals, appearing to taunt it, according to video of the incident and the zoo.
The same kinds of digital dirty tricks used to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and beyond are now up for sale on underground Russian forums for as little as a few thousand dollars, according to a new report from an internet security company.