The family of T.J. Lane, the teen suspected of opening fire in the cafeteria of a suburban Cleveland high school, killing one student and wounding four others in the Ohio shootings, has sent their condolences to the family of Daniel Parmertor, the slain student.
Iran state media is denying that Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has been sentenced to death. Citing an anonymous source, Press TV said a local court is still investigating the case.
Many unanswered questions remain about the abuses perpetrated by the Franco regime.
Coins worth nearly half a billion dollars finally arrived in Spain on Saturday after lying in a sunken warship for more than 200 years and following a five-year legal battle between the Spanish government and a salvage company.
Dozens of democracy activists -- 16 Americans among them -- go on trial in Egypt Sunday in a politically charged case that has led to a crisis in relations between Cairo and Washington while threatening $1.3 billion in annual U.S. military aid to the North African nation.
Italian judges on Saturday concluded former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's trial on charges of bribing British lawyer David Mills, saying the statute of limitations had run out and a verdict could not be reached. The case surrounding Mills was one of the most prominent of the scandals centered on Berlusconi.
Julianne Moore’s portrayal of Sarah Palin isn’t the only onscreen portrayal to be criticized.
Bank of America Corp appears to be going it alone in not selling mortgage loans to Fannie Mae, a move that, while sending an angry signal to the nation's largest mortgage-buyer, could force the bank to charge less attractive mortgage rates.
Following accusations of pushing a stranger into an oncoming subway train, Jose Rojas was convicted Friday of assault but acquitted of attempted murder.
Shares of Apple rose more than $6 Friday to $522.41 despite a lawsuit by a Chinese company alleging it had used “false statements” to obtain rights to the name iPad.
The attack on Hip Hop artist Chris Brown over his abuse of Rihanna and his defiance in the face of public criticism continued when comedian Kevin Seccia published a blog post on Feb 20, offering $1000 dollars to the first person who pummels [Brown].
International leaders and supporters of Youcef Nadarkhani are calling for the release of the Christian pastor who has been sentenced to death in Iran.
Q&A with Cristina Alger, author of “The Darlings.”
The judge presiding over the trial of the Gabe Watson, the so-called Honeymoon Killer, angrily sneered at the prosecution and derided them asking if they needed lessons in court room procedure.
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston's family reportedly made certain agreements prior to her funeral on Saturday, to respect seating arrangements and not speak to Bobbi Kristina unless she reached out to him and he broke them, an attorney for the Houston family reportedly told the media.
A Shanghai court Thursday rejected a struggling Chinese company's request to bar Apple Inc. from selling its popular iPad computer tablet in China over a trademark dispute.
Susan Powell's sister, Denise Cox, said that she not only believes Josh Powell killed her, but that he cooked a poisoned dinner for her before dumping her body in a nearby mineshaft.
A Shanghai court has rejected a request in a trademark case to stop Apple selling its iPad tablet computers in the city, averting an embarrassing suspension of iPad sales in its own flagship stores.
One of the top paid actors of Bollywood and a role model to millions, Saif Ali Khan might have got himself into a big mess. Mumbai police Wednesday registered a case against the actor under section 325 of the IPC for allegedly assaulting a patron of the Taj Mahal Hotel in south Mumbai.
After nine hours of deliberation, the jury finally revealed the verdict for George Huguely, the University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love. The 24-year-old was found to be guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny.
George Huguely, the University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love, had his life in the hands of the jury this morning. The jurors spent the morning without reaching a verdict.
The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak concluded Wednesday, with a verdict due on June 2.