(CHICAGO) -- A retired Illinois state trooper was killed and two other troopers, one current and one retired, were injured in a shooting at a Chicago-area cigar lounge Friday night, authorities said.
(NEW YORK) -- An 8-year-old boy with autism died of hypothermia last week after his NYPD cop dad allegedly placed him inside a freezing cold garage as temperatures dropped well below zero, officials said.
(HOUSTON) -- A deadly explosion that left two people dead and sent shock waves throughout the city was felt by one of the victim's friends, just after they spoke on the phone.
(NEW YORK) -- A storm system is bringing snow this morning to parts of the Midwest and Great Lakes, as well as very heavy rain to much of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
(REPAUPO, N.J.) -- Frank Sinatra fans itching to redecorate may be in luck.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon now says 34 American service members have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) following the Jan. 8 Iranian missile attack on the Al Asad airbase in western Iraq.
(NOTRE DAME, Ind.) -- Police are asking for the public's help in finding a University of Notre Dame student who was last seen Tuesday and is believed to be in "extreme danger."
(HOUSTON) -- Two people were killed in a building explosion at a manufacturing warehouse that sent shock waves across northwest Houston early Friday morning, authorities said.
(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) -- A New Mexico State University student has been accused of shooting a classmate in an alleged hazing incident that resulted in his fraternity's suspension.
(DETROIT) -- A Michigan man has filed a lawsuit against a Midwest banking chain this week, accusing it of racial profiling, after a teller called the police on him and wrongfully accused him of fraud.
(NEW YORK) -- "Sopranos" actress Annabella Sciorra took the witness stand on Thursday at Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial and testified in wrenching detail about the night nearly 30 years ago that she said the disgraced Hollywood producer violently raped her at her apartment.
(WESTERVILLE, Ohio) -- Girl Scouts aren't just knocking on doors any longer to sell cookies -- they are getting more creative.
(GRANTSVILLE, Utah) -- The first mass shooting in the country this year was allegedly carried out by a 16-year-old, who skipped school to kill each of his family members as they returned home, prosecutors said.
(NEW CANAAN, Conn.) -- A Connecticut man charged with his estranged wife's murder was harshly criticized by a judge who said he violated the terms of his $6 million bond by stopping at a makeshift memorial for his presumed-dead spouse and removing items his lawyer said were meant to taunt him.
(WASHINGTON) -- A wide-ranging domestic terrorism investigation of the "The Base," which authorities say is a neo-Nazi group, has culminated in the arrests of seven alleged members last week and has provided extensive new details about the inside operations of an organization that allegedly …
(NEW YORK) -- Leslie Wexner, the billionaire founder of the L Brands retail empire, who in 2019 accused disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein of misappropriating “vast sums” of his personal fortune more than a decade earlier, has so far refused to reveal the full scope of that alleged multimil…
(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration moves to remove Obama-era clean water protections intended to protect rivers, streams, wetlands and other bodies of water from pollution and runoff from industrial facilities and agriculture on Thursday, finalizing one of President Donald Trump's sign…
(LITTLEFIELD, Ariz.) -- A Utah man was arrested in Arizona when he got caught with nearly $3.7 million worth of drugs in his car, authorities said.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -- The number of monarch butterflies wintering in California remains at a critically low level, according to a new study.
(DARTMOUTH, Mass.) -- Michelle Carter, the woman who sent texts to her boyfriend urging him to kill himself when they were both teenagers, has been released from prison early due to good behavior.
(ROSWELL, N.M.) -- More than two weeks after the body of a 27-year-old Roswell, New Mexico, woman was found strangled to death inside her home, the FBI has offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of her boyfriend.
(NEW YORK) -- Opening arguments were presented Wednesday at the New York trial of Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced former Hollywood mega-producer charged with rape and sexual assault.
(SEATTLE) -- Authorities in Seattle are searching for suspects after one person was gunned down and at least six others were wounded outside a McDonald's on Wednesday evening.
(NEW YORK) -- A storm system is developing in the Central U.S. with icy and snowy conditions to the north and heavy rain and even thunderstorms in the South.
(NEW YORK) -- A passenger on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship "Oasis of the Seas" has died after going overboard in Puerto Rico.
(NEW YORK) -- A Texas high school is in the spotlight after parents of two students said their sons face in-school suspension and other disciplinary action for refusing to cut their dreadlocks.
(PELHAM, Ala.) -- Authorities in Alabama are asking for the public's help in finding a 13-year-old girl, who disappeared on her way to school.
(RICHMOND, Va.) -- A former Canadian Armed Forces reservist accused of plotting an attack at a pro-gun rally in Virginia with two alleged white supremacists was ordered to remain in federal custody on Wednesday after a judge called him "a very dangerous person."
(ANN ARBOR, Mich.) -- A University of Michigan provost was placed on administrative leave Tuesday amid a recently launched investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.
(DARTMOUTH, Mass.) -- Michelle Carter, the woman who sent texts to her boyfriend urging him to kill himself when they were both teenagers, is scheduled to be released from prison early due to good behavior.
(NEW YORK) -- African Americans, despite making up just 13% of the U.S. population, account for a staggeringly disproportionate chunk of the nation's homeless population, according to a government report.
(ORLANDO, Fla.) -- A construction worker in Florida has been accused of murdering his pro-Trump boss with a trowel after a political argument on the construction site where they both worked and then throwing an American flag on the man’s body.
(HOUSTON) -- A Houston grandmother has run over and killed one of her accomplices with a U-Haul truck while acting as the getaway driver in a high speed chase after a burglary.
(COBURG, Ore.) -- An Oregon mom of two is urging parents to think of every possible safety hazard in their homes after her 10-month-old son opened a heating vent and fell 8 feet below their house.
(NEW YORK) -- A female state senator from Michigan has come forward with a sexual harassment complaint against a male lawmaker in the wake of recent claims from a reporter regarding his conduct, to help show that "this behavior is a pattern."
(BOSTON) -- Civil rights attorneys said they will fight back against U.S. Customs and Border Protection after they claim the agents violated a judge’s order and deported an Iranian student Monday night who was held at Boston's Logan International Airport over a visa issue.
(NEW YORK) -- Harvey Weinstein's defense attorneys on Tuesday signaled their intent to highlight "dozens and dozens and dozens of loving emails" sent by accusers to the producer after he is alleged to have sexually assaulted them.
(SEATTLE) -- The first case of a new coronavirus that's sickened nearly 300 people in Asia has been reported in a patient in Washington State, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday at a news conference.
(NEW YORK) -- Alaska in January is cold and icy and its population is spread out over 665,000 square miles, but that’s not going to stop a group of advocates from ensuring every resident living in the state is accounted for.
(WASHINGTON) -- Government officials in Puerto Rico have referred an investigation into why the much-needed disaster aid went unused for years to the Department of Justice.
(GRANTSVILLE, Utah) -- Residents in the town of Grantsville, Utah, are still searching for answers as to why a young boy murdered four of his family members inside their home.
(WASHINGTON) -- The battle over school-choice programs and state aid for religious schools returns to the U.S. Supreme Court this week as three mothers from Montana ask the justices to uphold a scholarship program that would help fund Christian education for their children.
(LOS ANGELES) -- A California man "intentionally rammed" his vehicle into a car carrying six teenage boys, killing three and injuring the others, before driving off, authorities said.
(INDIANAPOLIS) -- A 36-year-old father and his 4-year-old son were rushed to hospital after being accidentally shot in the head when a gun discharged while they were play wrestling together.
(LOS ANGELES) -- A small child was attacked by a mountain lion at a Southern California park on Monday, causing authorities to evacuate the scene while they raced to capture the wild cat.
A New Hampshire man killed a coyote with his bare hands after the animal attacked his young child, according to police.
(SAN ANTONIO) -- Two people are dead and five injured after a person opened fire "indiscriminately" at a San Antonio bar Sunday night.