Model and bikini designer Emily Ratajkowski slammed body shamers and defended her friend on Instagram after she was called "obese".
African-American employees from a UPS distribution center in Ohio claimed that some white workers and some supervisors engaged in racially discriminatory conduct.
Charges of child pornography and sexual relationships with children against Keith Raniere were revealed hours after the co-founder of the self-help organization admitted to a racketeering conspiracy.
A high school student from Florida shot and killed herself Wednesday at her school auditorium after seeking permission to use the washroom.
A nine-month-old baby was diagnosed with sepsis — a rare and deadly illness caused by the body's reaction to some infections — after her parents heard her making strange noises.
Man from Stoke-on-Trent was jailed for 11 years and two months for raping an intoxicated and unconscious woman, filming it and then sending it to her friends on Snapchat.
Police from Edgecombe County found a decomposed body of a woman they believe to be Diana Keel of Nashville who was reported missing by her husband Friday.
A man from Michigan who planned to "ambush" police was shot and killed by police officers at Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The high school baseball coach and his wife were trying to fix a scoreboard on the baseball field of a high school in Florida.
The woman said she killed her daughter to “prevent her from having sex”.
A former South African Airways senior pilot was arrested over allegations of him having flown passenger jets for more than 20 years with a fake license.
A New York school teacher is under investigation for conducting a mock slave auction where she "sold" black students to their white classmates.
To celebrate National Napping Day 2019, here are 15 facts about napping and its benefits.
A 28-year-old woman was arrested in Orlando, Florida, after she allegedly stabbed her daughter fatally, then took the body to a hospital.
Investigators from Tampa, Florida, arrested and charged a woman with distributing drugs leading to death with the help of an undercover officer who impersonated the dead man.
Cooler manufacturer Igloo recalled four of its models after a 5-year-old boy from Florida got trapped in one of its coolers while playing hide and go seek earlier this month.
A teacher from Utah made a Catholic student wipe off his Ash Wednesday cross from his forehead and was placed on administrative leave.
A seven-month-old was hospitalized after doctors at a Cleveland hospital found that her blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit for adult drivers.
Nouman Raja, a former police officer from Florida, has been convicted of the murder of a stranded motorist in October 2015.
The child was denied admission because the archdiocese felt that same-sex parents cannot "model behaviors and attitudes consistent with the church teachings."
An Indianapolis woman, suffering from postpartum depression and alcoholism, was arrested after she went missing with her three-month-old daughter who was found dead a day later.
A Brooklyn dominatrix is being forced to leave her house where she runs a domination school after her religious neighbor stood outside her house yelling hate speeches at her and her associates.
An illegal immigrant from Mexico allegedly attacked a Border Patrol agent sitting in her car with a broken lawnmower blade.
Teen thought it would be funny to spike stepfather's energy drink with cattle tranquillizers, said he intended no harm.
Days after the Hanoi summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, reports say North Korea has started rebuilding a part of its missile launch site.
Almost nude cyclist riding backwards on Interstate Highway 95 was spotted by several people.
Juan Corona was serving 25 consecutive life sentences for the murders of as many as 25 men in 1971.
A wedding planner, Ashley Bemis, from San Clemente, California, was arrested for scamming several people into donating money for the firefighters, one of whom was her husband, she claimed.
A Qantas Airlines flight from Adelaide to Canberra was diverted and made an emergency landing in Melbourne after passengers heard a "loud bang" and the cabin pressure decreased.
He led the Detroit Red Wings to Stanley Cup Championships in 1950, 1952, 1954 and 1955.