The Maine State Museum Worker says she was ready for a “big fight” if the assailant hadn’t stopped trying to yank the girl through the exit.
New York City police are investigating a plainclothes officer who appears to punch a teen-aged black boy during an arrest that was captured on video and widely circulated on the Internet, the department said on Friday.
While discussing Sony’s cancellation of “The Interview,” President Obama misspoke and called James Franco, one of the film’s stars, James Flacco. He apparently confused the actor with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.
Sony Picture Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton explains that everyone is mistaken about the circumstances by which they cancelled the Christmas premiere.
Matt Youmans, Kelly Stewart and Golden Nugget sports book director Tony Miller preview the college football bowl games by offering 12 plays.
A Missouri school district has apologized for taking a cane away from a blind student and forcing him to use a foam tube called a pool noodle, the boy’s father said on Friday.
A 19-year old New York woman is accused of killing a 5-year-old cousin in her care and then calling in a false report that two masked intruders took the boy from their Albany-area home.
Five people have died and 21 others have been hospitalized in recent weeks in a listeria outbreak linked to caramel apples, federal health officials said on Friday.
Stephen Colbert said goodbye to the “Colbert Report” on Thursday night, but fear not — he’s been immortalized.
2014 will soon come to a close and President Obama delivered an end-of-year speech covering an array of timely topics, including: the Sony hacks, Cuba and tax code provisions.