Former boxing champ and Olympic medalist Jermain Taylor was arrested Wednesday afternoon for allegedly putting a knife to his live-in girlfriend's neck and threatening to kill her before knocking her unconscious, according to an arrest report obtained by Newsweek.
Robert Chain, 68, of Encino, California was arrested by FBI agents after allegedly making threats to the Boston Globe following their recent editorial about the press.
Brian Thomas-Riley, 9, was allegedly subjected to a racial epithet and a door slam by an elderly tenant at a Washington, Pennsylvania apartment complex. The tenant known as "Suzie" has since been issued an eviction notice.
Classic games in the state of Alabama are under siege by its education department who published online (and then quickly took down) its hardline approach to recess and physical education.
"It wasn't right—she didn't stop," the victim told Newsweek of the suspect's deportation. "There's consequences for your actions."
The ex-pastor makes accusations about repeated sexual abuse in civil suit.
Rocky and Primo were two white and brown boxer dogs discovered at around 8 p.m. on March 19 shot and bludgeoned to death in a ditch on Valley Road in Middle Paxton Township. Bryan Gardner, 47, stands accused of killing them. He faces aggravated cruelty to animals and neglect charges.
Keara Green, 29, allegedly kept a ghoulish secret by living with her children and a roommate and also carrying on with visits with men "at all hours of the day and night" in a trailer park home while the corpse of her 73-year-old boyfriend Ghasem Aliaskari rotted in the master bedroom closet, authorities said.
Kevin Lonergan, 30, stands accused of taking advantage of an innocent, according to the affidavit of probable cause document obtained by Newsweek.
Lipscomb Police Chief Brian Martin was fired a month after his July 27 arrest at his home, where cops allegedly found marijuana and bongs. He is charged with second-degree marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Maranda "Randy" Whitten had last been seen kayaking in Georgia's West Point Lake on Friday, August 17.
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips has filed a lawsuit in Denver's federal court claiming his constitutional rights to freedom of speech, religion, equal protection and due process have been violated.
One of the more than 1,000 victims violated by Catholic priests decades ago comes forward to tell her story to Newsweek.
Phoenix cops say Melvin Harris III, 40, sent an alleged panhandler to his grave after finding out he was trying to jimmy into his daughter's bathroom stall at a Phoenix convenience shop, authorities said.
The teen defended her mom and two siblings in Forest City, North Carolina, by firing two rounds at her mother's boyfriend, who allegedly attacked her.
Shawn Christy, 26, of McAdoo, Pennsylvania, is being pursued by U.S. Marshals, FBI and Secret Service for allegedly threatening on Facebook back in June to put a bullet in the head of President Donald Trump.
Forrest Clark, 51, of Trabuco Canyon, California, is being held in lieu of $1 million bail for allegedly starting the Holy Fire ravaging Trabuco Canyon, California. He faces life in prison if convicted, The National Forest Service said.
The Mendocino Complex Fire is the largest wildfire recorded in California's modern history. It is among 17 wildfires that thousands of local and international firefighters are beating back. Residents must make a split-second decision to evacuate or face peril by staying put.
A hungry bandit was caught in the act on Monday afternoon helping himself to a South Carolina woman's stock of state fair corn dogs before allegedly stealing her cellphone and pedaling away on her bicycle, police said.
A warrant has been issued by prosecutors in Spokane, Washington, after 18-year-old Ryan B.K. Lee, who stands accused of lodging mass killing threats against high school students back in May, allegedly broke terms of his bail by attending a youth church group.
Antwaun Boyd, 25, and his grandmother returned to China Xpress in Stamford, Connecticut, on August 2 to complain about a mouse they allegedly found inside a takeout order from the day before.
Oklahoma utility worker Tyler Schlosser, 29, was 40 minutes from his Pryor, Oklahoma, home around 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday when the alleged incident occurred.
An Alabama manager who identified herself on recorded cellphone footage as "April" was fired on Thursday, one day after video of her racist tirade with two people inside the shop was uploaded online. The episode led to the manager's firing, Newsweek has learned.
New Hampshire State Representative Eric Schleien is heading to trial in November to defend himself against sex assault charges.