Researchers in Iran were given sentences for up to ten years after being arrested on charges of being American spies.
Critics are skeptical after the former New York City mayor apologized for the "stop-and-frisk" policy he aggressively enforced for more than a decade.
Five months of protests is taking its toll among young people heading to the front lines, who risk serious injury, arrest or even death.
Clifton A. Blackwell, already accused of an acid attack against a Hispanic man that is being investigated as a hate crime, was previously convicted of false imprisonment when he held a group of hunters at gunpoint when they stumbled across his property.
An ex-Prince Edward Island sheriff and host of the public access cable show "Bill's Country Jamboree" has been charged with sexual assault and numerous other sex-based offenses.
Florida woman who burned down world's fifth-largest cypress tree from smoking meth gets arrested again.
Brandon Paul Muenz, 30, of Hudson, was detained by deputies from the Pasco Sheriff's Office last Friday. His clothing had been "torn and disheveled," police said.
Los Angeles International Airport has seen arrests surge 166 percent since marijuana was legalized across the state of California in 2016.
"Because of their arrests, these women will face unemployment, poverty, and homelessness, in some cases deportation, and in all cases public shaming."
The petition already has more than 22,000 signatures.
More than a dozen arrests were made before the "Holy Ship!" party cruise embarked from Port Canaveral.
"We're seeing a relapse into a time of history that was marked by...these sort of arcane perspectives on religion and religious leaders," Reverend Johnnie Moore said.
George "Billy" Wagner III was scheduled to appear in court in Lexington, Kentucky, on Wednesday for his arraignment.
A 16-year-old was flown to a hospital with serious injuries.
The government has arrested at least 160,000 people, dismissed 152,000 civil servants and purged the judiciary since the coup attempt.
Regional departments in Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs ordered police to stop publishing "negative news" about minor crimes until after the millions of World Cup attendees have departed in late June.
"I've never seen anything like it," Perkins Township Assistant Chief Vince Donald said.
The man was brought to the U.S. from Mexico 35 years ago when he was four years old, his wife said.
After arresting a drunk in Houston, police discovered a small arsenal of weapons in his top-floor hotel room in downtown Houston.
The Spanish government has declined to rule out any options for preventing the vote from taking place.
The suicide bombings and gun attacks, claimed by the Islamic State militant group, killed 17.