Jonathan Bird, who went viral after a restaurant owner sprayed him with a fire extinguisher for smoking in Salt Lake City's Gallivan Plaza, is suing his assailant for damages.
A survey of 2,800 office employees reveals that 90 percent have gone to work sick at least once, with millennials the most likely to never miss a work day because of illness.
Kevin P. Miles is accused of using a false online identity to solicit compromising photographs from more than a thousand women over the course of a decade.
Officers reported to the scene of an alleged suicide, but arrested Jeffrey Antonio Langford after they reviewed a trio of videos he had streamed on Facebook Live.
Scientists who were using tracking devices equipped with SMS texting to plot the locations of migratory eagles have been hit with massive roaming charges after the birds crossed over into Iran.
A judge has ruled that Brad Pitt can be held personally liable in a suit against his Make It Right Foundation for 109 solar-powered homes built in New Orleans' Ninth Ward that are rotting away under residents' feet.
The Catholic peace group, known as the Kings Bay Plowshares 7, were found guilty by a jury that took less than two hours to deliberate.
The televangelist argued that withdrawal from northern Syria will embolden enemies of the U.S. around the globe to seize more disputed territory and make us seem unreliable to our allies.
A man who tried to purchase a used iPhone with a counterfeit million-dollar bill is being sought by police after he attacked the seller's friend after the fraud was noticed.
Gallup has released the results of a new survey that shows a majority of American workers aren't satisfied with their jobs.
Police say that Luke Joseph Dell made false school shooting and bomb threat claims as part of his plan to lure police away from a bank that he planned to rob.
Hargrave-Mckey responded "Go on, f---ing stab me then," and Thomas complied. He then pulled the knife out of his own midsection and attacked Thomas with it.
Angel Cardenas, a reporter for Good Day Sacramento, has been let go by the station after a segment that saw him jumping on and otherwise damaging a number of classic vehicles at the Sacramento International Auto Show.
London-based rapper Rico Racks has been convicted of a number of drug-related offenses and issued an order barring him from using specific words in his lyrics moving forward.
A student in Pennsylvania's Downingtown Area School District hacked into a computer system to collect addresses for their targets in Senior Water Games.
Television journalist Vladimir Solovyov, often criticized for his close ties to Vladimir Putin, has been awarded a Guinness World Record for "most hours of live television presented by a host in one week"
The Society of Actuaries released a report Tuesday examining the economic impact of non-medical opioid usage in the United States, which concludes that from 2015 to 2018 $631 billion was spent dealing with the crisis, with more to come.
A jury deliberated less than a half an hour before finding Michael Ivory Collins guilty of a triple murder where he decapitated two children in front of their mother before also killing her.
Rick Koerber, who became infamous in Utah for his "Free Capitalist" real estate investment seminars, has been given 14 years in federal prison for running what prosecutors called a Ponzi scheme.
Scotland Yard has released a composite image of a young man who fell from a plane's wheel well and is trying to ascertain the man's identity in order to notify his family.
Nelson Estrella-Rojas and wife Joann Estrella claim that a Taco Bell commercial deceived them into thinking that their Chalupa Cravings Boxes would be five dollars each.
Gordon Van Hassel, 68, has been arrested on felony assault charges after he allegedly retaliated violently against a child who hit him with a snowball.
Julia Acosta-Grommon allegedly berated a bartender, stating that black people were "unappreciative dogs" and she hoped that he would get a visit from the KKK.
Electrician Mohammad Rafique went to collect for a job he was owed in Pakistan, only for the client to unleash his pet lion on him.
As the Catholic church continues to grapple with sexual abuse scandals, one Australian politician wants their buildings labeled as unsafe for children.
Craig Stivender, running for Colleton County sheriff in South Carolina, opened his campaign by immediately addressing "mistakes" he's made in the past including doing blackface at a party.
Verna Johnson's unconventional campaign to obtain a donor organ has found a willing participant.