Adam Mayes, The Man Who Kidnapped And Murdered Missing Bain Family, Found Shot In The Head, Alexandria And Kyliyah Witnessed Suicide
A tip from a concerned citizen led the authorities to where the fugitive, Adam Mayes, shot and killed himself as his kidnapped victims, who have been held captive since April 27, watched.
Sarah Tressler, Stripper Journalist Fired From Houston Chronicle, Suing Paper For Gender Discrimination
Former Houston Chronicle journalist Sarah Tressler, who was fired after her stripper past came to light, is suing her former employer and claiming her dismissal was due to gender discrimination.
Jose Baez is coming out with a book.
Paul Pasquarosa woke up the day before his birthday feeling lucky. Taking a chance, he went to the store, bought a scratch off lottery ticket and appeared to win $1 million. Unfortunately for him, the ticket was a misprint and he received nothing.
The battle for control of Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO), the No. 3 search engine, will be fought next Thursday, the company confirmed.
The administrative court suspended the election after it emerged the date had been wrongly set by an independent electoral commission, and not by the military council who rule the country.
The Department of Justice plans to sue Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio for civil rights abuses, including racial profiling against Latinos.
A Tale of Two Scandals: John Travolta Massage Lawsuits May Not Be Legit, But Have We Seen The Last Of The Accusers?
Accusations that John Travolta sexually assaulted two masseurs in January have resuscitated chatter about his heavily debated sexuality. The actor's camp has denied the claims made by two unnamed men and he is expected to file a counter suit.
Adam Mayes Becomes Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive: Teresa Mayes Charged With Murder, Alexandria and Kyliyah Bain Still Missing
Adam Mayes, the man suspected of kidnapping Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters, and then killing two of them, has been placed on top of FBI?s list of Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives. He has been on the run for about two weeks and is considered armed and dangerous, still holding hostage Alexandra Bain, 12, and Kyliyah Bain, 8.
The trial for former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky could be postponed. An attorney for Sandusky, who charged last year with more than 50 counts involving sexual acts with minors, asked on Wednesday, May 09, for his client's June 5 trial to be delayed.
Ukraine's imprisoned former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko was moved from her cell to a local hospital Wednesday for treatment of a chronic back condition, after ending a 19-day hunger strike in protest of alleged harsh treatment from prison guards.
Defense attorney Joe Amendola is looking for a delay in his client's trial.
Victor Willis, the original lead singer in the six-man group the Village People, won a landmark copyright case Wednesday that will give him partial ownership of dozens of the disco band's songs.
Third Point Capital, the New York hedge fund with a 5.8 percent stake in Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO), the No. 3 search engine, has scored again. Also, Yahoo's director has agreed to quit.
In its latest employment contract with CEO Aubrey McClendon, Chesapeake Energy Corp gave him permission to trade commodities for himself after he already had begun doing so.
After the arraignment of the five accused 9/11 planners, their civilian counsel criticized the military commission handling the case.
On May Day, the New York Police Department arrested twelve demonstrators from Occupy Wall Street -- part of a larger group of 86 people taken in that day -- for refusing to disperse from a gathering that was underway inside a city park. The problem: the demonstrators were not in a park at all when they were detained.
High-level detainees have been released to insurgent groups as part of a negotiation to quell violence in regions of Afghanistan, the Washington Post reports.
Dania Suarez, the woman who has identified herself as the Colombian prostitute at the center of the U.S. Secret Service scandal, has claimed the agents were very direct about asking for sex
During his victory speech, the new French president explicitly disavowed austerity.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the confessed mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, will be formally arraigned -- along with four alleged co-conspirators -- in a military court at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba on Saturday. Each faces the death penalty.
Would the former Secretary of State be interested in the vacant athletic director position at her alma mater?
Adlene Hicheur, a Franco-Algerian nuclear physicist, was sentenced on Friday to five years in prison, with one year suspended, because of his conviction in the plotting of terrorist attacks.
One of the alleged prostitutes caught in the scandal surrounding the U.S. Secret Service reportedly told a Colombian radio program that the agent who had hired her left his luggage and papers exposed in the hotel room where he was staying and where he had taken her. Suarez said if she had been a spy, she could have easily removed his papers.
Daniel Chong Forgotten In DEA Cell: Lawyer Files $20M Lawsuit Claiming His Client Was Subjected to ?Torture?
A UC San Diego student, who was forgotten by the DEA in a cell for five days without food, water or any human contact, has filed a $20 million lawsuit against federal drug officials saying he suffered kidney failure. Daniel Chong's attorney Eugene Iredale has sent a five-page demand notice to the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) general counsel, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
Linda Evangelista Wants $46K In Child Support From Gucci Owner Francois-Henri Pinault, Salma Hayek?s Husband
Linda Evangelista, the supermodel who once famously said she wouldn't get out of bed for anything less than $10,000 a day, is asking for $46, 000 a month in child support from her baby daddy Francois-Henri Pinault, who is currently married to actress Salma Hayek.
Mitt Romney assailed the Obama administration for its handling of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng's attempted defection, building on his stance that Obama has not pressed China enough on human rights abuses.
?Tanning Bed Mother,? Patricia Krentcil, Sheds Light on 'Tanorexia:' An Addiction to Tan Skin [PHOTOS]
The case of Patricia Krentcil, the mother accused of taking her five-year-old daughter to a tanning salon, has not only had an impact by shocking society, but has shed a light on an illness called tanorexia, an addiction to tan skin. After she was arrested and charged with second-degree child endangerment, Krentcil's bronzed face appeared on broadcast news reports, websites and newspapers in photos across the country shedding light on the controversial phenomenon called ta...
The mysterious death of William Coyman, a retired teamster from Boston, Mass., has raised many questions about the circumstances surrounding the deadly incident. In August, the Beantown teamster stepped off an Amtrak train in New York City and collapsed on the platform at Pennsylvania station.
California teen Max Wade was charged with commercial burglary and attempted murder for stealing a Lamborghini sports car owned by celebrity chef Guy Fieri and participating in a drive-by shooting.