Former Pennsylvania pediatrician Dr. Johnnie "Jack" Barto was sentenced to 79 years on Monday after pleaded guilty in December to sexually assaulting over two dozen minors over the course of his decades-long career.
The student is pursuing a lawsuit against the Northern Kentucky Health Department over a policy which barred him from attending school or participating in sports, which the student says is in direct violation of his religious beliefs.
After being sentenced to life without parole in 2003, Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo's sentence is being reconsidered by the Supreme Court on the basis that the crimes he is convicted of took place when he was a minor.
Flooding that wreaked havoc on Nebraska this weekend continues to swell and flow downstream, putting areas in Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas in harm's way.
Imane Fadil, a 34-year-old Moroccan model who testified against former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in 2012, died a month after being admitted to a Milan hospital.
After discovering his car near an outlook point on Friday, the remains of Jonathan Hogue, a graduate student at the University of Iowa, have finally been recovered.
Less than a month after the summit in Hanoi, North Korea is threatening to break off negotiations with the United States amid reports that a facility near Pyongyang has been reactivated.
Instead of putting a bird on it, it looks like 2020 presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders put a bandage on his forehead after a recently sustained injury.
Record-breaking floods have already hit Nebraska and Wisconsin, with Minnesota waiting in anticipation for when the deluge will begin.
What are New Zealand's gun laws, and will they be affected by the aftermath of the mosque shootings in Christchurch?
Brenton Tarrant is the suspected terrorist in Friday's mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Measles Outbreak 2019: NY Lawmakers Push Bill Allowing Teens To Get Vaccinated Without Parental Consent
Amid measles outbreaks, lawmakers in New York are hoping to push a bill through the state legislature which would allow minors 14 and older to receive vaccinations without parental consent.
Noah Domingo, a UC Irvine freshman biology studies major, died from "acute ethanol poisoning," according to the Orange County coroner's office.
Volkswagen intends to pivot to electric and cut carbon emissions over the next few decades, the company announced on Tuesday.
Ex-Transportation Official 'Not Sure' He'd Put His Children On Boeing 737 Max Airplane After Ethiopia Crash
Peter Goelz, a former National Transportation and Safety Board official, says that he is unsure that he would allow his children to fly a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft following the Ethiopian Airlines crash this weekend –– the same jetliner used during the Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October 2018.
A woman in Phoenix was alerted to an intruder in her apartment after she smelled something burning, only to find an unknown man cooking tortillas in her kitchen.
At least 10 tornadoes have been reported in Arkansas and Louisiana, with tornado watches issued for Missouri, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
A number of state agencies are participating in the search for Matthew Kraft, a lieutenant Marine based out of Camp Pendleton who went missing after embarking on a solo hike in the Sierra Nevadas.
Former U.S. Army intelligence analyst and current anti-secrecy activist Chelsea Manning was taken into custody on Friday after refusing to testify in front of a grand jury for a sealed case involving Wikileaks and its publisher Julian Assange.
A Florida woman was able to walk down the aisle with three reattached fingers she had cut off while working on a project in her backyard.
Jussie Smollett has been indicted on 16 felony counts for filing false police reports, one for each lie he purportedly told law enforcement.
Do the images capture the construction of nuclear missiles, or are they an indication of the DPRK prepping for a satellite space launch?
A Kansas doctor has been sentenced to life in prison after he overprescribed opioids to a male patient, killing him.
Airlines have already begun to waive change fees and institute travel advisories in anticipation in a storm system set to wreak havoc across the Plains, Midwest, and Northeast.
Scotland Yard is investigating packages containing explosive devices that were mailed to three major London transit hubs in what might be considered "a linked series."
A think tank recently released follow-up data to a Gallup poll which shows that the LGBT demographic tends to skew younger and poorer than their non-LGBT counterparts.
The Boring Company could connect downtown Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Convention Center, McCarran International Airport, though tunnels.
A gay teenager made headlines in 2018 after he was rejected by his parents and started a GoFundMe campaign to pay for college tuition.
A new contest sponsored by JetBlue wants contestants to delete their Instagram photos without giving a reason why.
Scientists announced that a man known only as "the London patient" has been in remission from HIV for 18 months, becoming the second person ever to be cured of the disease. But who is the first?