The traffic stop starts like any other: An officer pulls over a motorist, walks up to the driver’s side window and asks for license and registration.
A suburban New York mother who blogged about motherhood was sentenced by a judge to 20 years to life in prison on Wednesday for murdering her young son with a salt overdose so she could bask in social media attention about his mysterious illness.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been convicted on all charges in the Boston Marathon bombing by a jury that will now decide whether the 21-year-old should be executed or shown mercy.
US neighbourhood and community centre vacancies fell for a second quarter, indicating a pick-up in a market that has remained subdued since 2013 as consumers increasingly take to online shopping, real estate research firm Reis said.
The fate of Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was to be put in the hands of jurors overnight with the start of deliberations on the guilt of the 21-year-old American accused of carrying out the deadly 2013 attacks.
Four oil-rich Arab nations, all with histories of philanthropy to United Nations and Middle Eastern causes, have donated vastly more money to the Clinton Foundation than they have to most other private charities.
A man and his seven children found dead in their Maryland home were poisoned by carbon monoxide from a generator they were using after the power company cut off their electricity.
Just six days after becoming the world’s oldest living person, 116-year-old Gertrude Weaver has died in Arkansas.
The 1.2-metre-high, 45kg sculpted bust of the whistleblower was sneaked into Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park on Monday before dawn. The real Snowden remains in self-imposed exile in Russia.
Rolling Stone magazine has apologized and officially retracted its discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia, and an independent review said the article may cast doubt on future rape accusation