Ceon Broughton gave Louella Fletcher-Michie a dose of a psychedelic drug causing her death, while he filmed her and refused to seek help as he feared arrest.
Federal investigators sought information on the donors, foreign contributions, vendors, contractors and bank accounts that were related to the inauguration ceremony.
A student of University of North Carolina, Greensboro suspected there was someone in her apartment taking her clothes and leaving hand prints on her bathroom mirror, found out there was a man living in her closet.
Police arrested a 41-year-old woman suffering from psychiatric issues and who was a resident of the building on fire for arson. The fire killed eight people and injured almost 30 others, including fire fighters.
Despite President Trumps's claims of a "huge progress" in the denuclearization process of North Korea, a recent report by the United Nations found out that the country's nuclear and ballistic missile programs are still intact.
The month of February is celebrated as Black History Month and to commemorate it, here are 25 inspiring quotes by famous African-Americans.
The girl, who is now 20-years-old, convinced her former science teacher, Scott Brady, that he was going to die of cancer, thus manipulating him into having sex with her between 2015 and 2016.
Rodolfo Arellano was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
After a truck hit a gas line at a construction site in Tulsa, Oklahoma, police and fire crews evacuated the area and shut down the power and gas supplies leaving more than 60,000 people without gas.
Moritz was one of the many women who sued Cosby for defamation in 2014.
In the first execution of the year, 61-year-old Robert Jennings was administered a lethal injection on Wednesday for killing a Houston police officer in 1988.
Over 100 firefighters were called in to fight the blaze Wednesday in Bergen County that also caused the iconic Marcal Paper sign to topple over. Other structures in the area were deemed safe.
A man in Florida was arrested on the charges of battery after he attacked his wife with a burrito causing some of it to go up her nose.
According to a report in the Washington Post, Russia 'secretly' made an offer to North Korea to build a nuclear power plant in exchange of them dismantling their nuclear weapons.
Jim Howard killed himself last Wednesday at his house in San Jose California, after a long battle with mental illness
A major fire broke out at a Crivitz Lumber and Rental store in Crivitz, Wisconsin, and firefighters are trying to put the fire out.
The suspected driver, Alins Sumang will be arrested after he is released from hospital on charges of negligent homicide
North Korea was ordered by a US court verdict to pay for the compensation of Otto Warmbier who died soon after he returned from North Korea where he was imprisoned for 17 months.
After the investigation by Nevada Gaming Commission, Wynn Resorts signed a settlement with them admitting their failure to investigate sexual harassment allegations against former CEO Steve Wynn
In her email, Dr. Megan Neely warned students of “unintended consequences” if they continue to not speak in English.
A hotel wall collapsed in Peru after a mudslide hit it, killing more than a dozen people and injuring many others. A child was also reported missing. Meanwhile, police and the army are taking efforts to rescue those trapped under the debris.
Footage from surveillance cameras shows the brother of a slain Abbu Sayyaf leader seen near the cathedral with other suspects. However, the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Peter A. Magowan, former president of the San Francisco Giants died Sunday at his residence in San Francisco after battling cancer for years.
Joshua Allen Holmes was caught at his Newberry residence after police circulated his image and someone identified him from a social media post.
James Longden was caught by the Cheshire police and is currently being jailed for 28 months for having robbed his neighbor and attempting to sell the goods on eBay.
With the Ten-Year Challenge gathering popularity since the New Year, the Jenners too took to social media to put up their pictures as part of the challenge.
The complaints against Timmons came to light after a former manager at the Hacienda HealthCare facility spoke of the harassment she and several other employees had to face despite having complained.
At the World Economic Forum being held in Davos, Switzerland, several United Nations agencies announced an e-waste management initiative, while Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff made a donation for cleaning up Earth's oceans.
Jarrell Kwabie Boyan is being charged with Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law and Obstruction of Justice and was arrested by the FBI on Jan. 22.
She also defended her decision to support Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.