A Louisiana SWAT commander and his schoolteacher wife were arrested this week on charges of possessing a surplus of self-produced child pornography.
A Japanese hotel chain apologized and acknowledged that it had been possible for persons to gain unauthorized access to its in-room robots at Henn na Hotel Maihama Tokyo Bay.
Wayne State University announced the Heart of Detroit Tuition Pledge which offers free tuition to graduating high school students who live within the city limits.
An Ontario priest was sentenced to two years in a minimal security prison for gambling the money of parishioners that was meant for Iraqi and Syrian refugees.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police annual conference is being hosted in Chicago by police superintendent Eddie Johnson but a spokesperson said he will not be attending the speech being given by President Trump.
As former Vice President Joe Biden condemned President Trump's comparison of the impeachment process to lynching, video surfaces of Biden using the same language to describe the Clinton impeachment process.
Robert Dowling has taken a 287-pound bathtub with him on endurance challenges like crossing a Bolivian desert, sailing down the Amazon and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. Only one final adventure remains.
Tamanna Nusrat, a member of parliament from the ruling Awami League party, is accused of paying up to eight lookalikes to pretend to be her during exams. She has since been expelled from the university.
The leaked deposition of Founder's general manager showed his reluctance to identify an ex-employee as black, as well as Barack Obama, Michael Jordan and former Detroit mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick because he'd "never met them."
A Utah man tried to steal an elderly woman's vacant home from her with squatter's tactics and incriminating emails.
A Kansas Supreme Court nominee is facing opposition from the state's most influential anti-abortion group due to her husband's political leanings.
The Museum of Modern Art opened its doors to members on Friday where activists infiltrated the members-only event to demand the museum and trustee, Larry Fink, divest from their connections to private prisons and weapons manufacturing.
Retired Navy veteran, Keith Sherman, has interviewed Gold Star families in all 50 states, which concluded in Massachusetts on Friday. These stories will be added to the Library of Congress in November.
The Oregon Court of Appeals made a first-of-its-kind ruling when it affirmed a lower court's decision that the forced disclosure of a defendant's phone passcode was not a violation of her Fifth Amendment rights.
A four-time bank robber who wrote a book featuring a character who robs banks is facing new bank robbery charges.
The Lockheed Martin company, Sikorsky, unveiled a new military helicopter just days after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against them.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently settled a case with Arizona Discount Movers over targeted racial harassment aimed at an African American employee.
During the Fourth Democratic Presidential Primary Debate, Andrew Yang took a swing at Bing which led to Microsoft's search engine trending.
Two Pennsylvania state senators introduced Senate Bill 350 on Tuesday which would allow adults 21 and older to possess, cultivate and purchase cannabis from licensed retailers.
The Justice Department settled with a school district in Woodburn, Oregon after a teaching applicant was denied a job because of his citizenship status.
Historically accurate model predicts "Trump in a landslide" for 2020 election
MSNBC host, Chris Hayes, calls out his own news organization in light of new information from Ronan Farrow's new book.
A statue of Orville Wright has been stolen from a monument dedicated to the Wright Brothers in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
The creator of 'Saved by the Bell' has died. Here are five popular episodes of the teen sitcom created by Sam Bobrick.
Two Montana men arrested for possession of 900 pounds of marijuana had their charges dismissed when a judge ruled the seizure was illegal.
The unofficial motto of the new elementary school is "Follow your dreams, even if they take you to the moon."
An open letter signed by over 200 artists, academics and curators denounces MoMA's connection to mass incarcerations and Larry Fink, museum board member and CEO of BlackRock.
Andrew Pollack, father of Parkland shooting victim, Meadow Pollack, voiced his objections over her image being used by the "March For Our Lives" movement, which was started by survivors of the same massacre.
The Ugandan bill—colloquially known as "Kill the Gays"—was nullified in 2014 on a technicality but the government said it plans to resurrect the bill within a few weeks.
The 'South Park' episode banned in China titled "Band in China," was screened to a large gathering on a busy urban street in Hong Kong on Tuesday night.