The case for a former University of Connecticut student, who is known on the Internet for a rant at employee over jalapeno, bacon mac and cheese, was continued on Monday morning.
A yoga class at the University of Ottawa, designed to include disabled students, was canceled due to concerns that the practice of yoga was taken from a culture that "experienced oppression," among other things.
The Department of Early Day Care and Learning said a day care in Snellville, Ga., that was unlicensed has been shut down after authorities raided the home and seized guns and drugs.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent has been arrested by state police in southern Arizona on charges of carrying 110 pounds of cocaine in a rented vehicle that he planned to drive to Chicago, officials said on Monday.
A toddler who died after suffering severe burns was left in an oven by her two 3-year-old siblings when the children were left alone in their Houston apartment, according to court documents.
The holiday shopping season officially kicks off this week, and many of you will be out early to get your hands on those Black Friday deals. On Sunday, one man was already camped out hoping to score at Best Buy.
A 41-year-old northern white rhino died on Sunday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, leaving just three members of the critically endangered species alive worldwide, zoo officials said.
A 22-year-old woman was fatally stabbed in New York City on Friday and another woman has been arrested in connection with the crime, and at some point during the attack, one of the woman gave birth to a baby, police and media said.
A Florida police officer was fired after video showed him singing on stage in uniform at a death metal concert.
Students in ninth grade at Salem Junior High School in Utah were given a homework assignment where they were told to draw a propaganda poster for a terrorist organization.
Harvard University police are investigating a possible hate crime at the law school after someone covered portraits of black faculty members in tape, according to university officials.
A grand jury has indicted Ashley Wilkins on an abuse of a corpse charge, according to Mobile County Asst. District Attorney Jennifer Wright.