Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has joined the chorus of athletes speaking out against baseball commissioner Rob Manfred's handling of the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal, imploring him to "fix this."
A woman's body found in Georgia has been identified as a college student last seen on Valentine's Day, authorities said Wednesday.
Bob Nill helped students safely cross the street outside of their school in Kansas City, Kansas, every morning for the past 5 years. The kids loved him.
When a person gets called up to a float at a Mardi Gras parade, it's usually a sign they're about to get something special -- what seasoned paradegoers might call a "good throw."
You probably know families who have all boys or all girls. But while it may seem like some families are prone to having children of one sex, a new study says it's purely up to chance.
After Robert Durst was arrested for the killing of his longtime friend, the New York real estate heir sat down with a prosecutor for hours, making potentially damaging claims and lamenting his many physical ailments.
Global fashion mogul Peter Nygard has been accused of sexually assaulting 10 unnamed women and girls, some under the age of 18 at the time of the alleged incidents, according to new federal lawsuit.
The bodies of three men found dead near a cemetery in Southern California have been identified, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said.
Former Temple University fraternity president Ari Goldstein was convicted Tuesday for his role in an attempted sexual assault of another student -- one of two incidents presented to the jury.
Stuntwoman Cheryl D. Sanders and her husband were shot dead after they allegedly threatened her ex-husband and his wife in their driveway, police say.
Students at New York's Syracuse University are occupying a campus building for the second time this school year following several reported racist incidents.
A Washington woman is facing second degree assault and attempted kidnapping charges after prosecutors say she posed as a newborn photographer and drugged a mother in order to steal her baby.
From flat tires to possible home invasions, the officers with the Lone Peak Police Department in Utah are used to dealing with a variety of 911 calls. But at 2 a.m. on January 28, they received one unlike any other: A mother was in need of baby formula.
Over the last two and a half months, more than 206 million gallons of toxic sewage has spilled into Fort Lauderdale waterways. That's the equivalent of 312 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is awake and speaking with family and doctors, a day after a fiery crash near the finish line of Daytona 500.
Authorities in Georgia have escalated the search for a missing Fort Valley State University student who was last seen on Valentine's Day.
Faye Marie Swetlik, a South Carolina 6-year-old who went missing from her home, was abducted and killed by a neighbor who died by suicide, authorities said Tuesday.
Ron Jans, 61, resigned as head coach of FC Cincinnati Monday evening following an investigation by Major League Soccer for allegations that he made "extremely inappropriate comments."
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin and his team's owner have apologized for celebrating their Daytona 500 win in the wake of Ryan Newman's fiery crash in the race's final lap.
Conservative media personality Kaitlin Bennett didn't announce she was visiting Ohio University. But hundreds of students showed up to protest her appearance.
Authorities have been unable to explain the origin of an apparent gas leak that has killed 14 people and left hundreds more sick in southern Pakistan since Sunday.
An orange tabby cat got a new lease on life and a name to go with it after veterinarians removed an arrow that someone had shot through his head.
A judge has ordered the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to pay more than $150,000 for the attorneys' fees of a man who was denied of his request for a license plate that read "IM GOD."
Ashraf Ghani has been officially declared the winner of Afghanistan's presidential elections, nearly five months after the poll took place on September 28 of last year.
A woman who's become an icon in the debate over whether it's OK to recline your airplane seat said she was "scared to death" by how a flight attendant handled her painful ordeal.
Turkish businessman and philanthropist Osman Kavala was re-arrested on Tuesday, just hours after a court acquitted him and eight other defendants over the 2013 protests in Istanbul's Gezi Park.
The leaders of a group of federal judges will meet Tuesday to "address growing concerns" about the recent intervention of President Donald Trump and the Justice Department in "politically sensitive cases," USA Today reports.
In an open letter to victims, Jim Turley, the national chair of Boy Scouts of America, said the organization filed for bankruptcy to make sure all the victims of abuse were fairly compensated.
Around 70,000 years ago, a Neanderthal was laid to rest in Shanidar Cave. Excavations in recent years have slowly revealed its entire upper body, including a lower back, the clenched bones of a right hand and the left hand almost acting as a pillow beneath the skull.
The sweeping scourge of the Black Death in 14th century England was so great it forced city-dwelling victims out to countryside hospitals, based on the tragic findings in a mass grave in Lincolnshire, England.
Fans are sending well-wishes to NASCAR driver Ryan Newman, who suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries in a fiery crash at the Daytona 500.
Historic flooding in Mississippi should begin to recede this week, but not before a flash flood warning could bring more rain for thousands of residents.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman had his fans holding their breath Monday night as they waited for updates after his car flipped and went airborne in a fiery crash on the race course.
A skier in Colorado died after his coat became wrapped around his head and neck on the chair lift, according to the company that operates the chair lift.
The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy, according to a court document filed in Delaware bankruptcy court early Tuesday.
The death toll from the novel coronavirus has reached 1,873, as almost half of China's 1.3 billion-strong population remain subject to varying forms of travel restrictions and other quarantine measures.
Ryan Newman, leading the final lap of NASCAR's Daytona 500, was involved in a fiery crash Monday that saw his car spin and go airborne, flipping several times.
On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave the Secretary of War the authority to evacuate to designated military areas anyone deemed a US security threat.