Firefighters spent an hour rescuing a scared Arizona teenager from a chimney where he got stuck after getting locked out of his home.
A grand jury cleared a white police officer Wednesday in the videotaped chokehold death of an unarmed black man stopped for selling loose, untaxed cigarettes, triggering protests in the streets by hundreds of New Yorkers who likened the case to the deadly police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri.
A cat has used up at least one of its nine lives after surviving a monthlong trip in a moving box with no food or water.
A Colorado mother claims in a federal lawsuit that she was fired from her hairstylist job after she sought to take periodic work breaks to pump breast milk but was rebuffed by an employer who called the idea “gross,” court documents showed on Tuesday.
A two-day hearing at Florida State that could determine quarterback Jameis Winston’s future at the university ended on Wednesday with no decision and no definitive timetable on when the case will be resolved.
Three women on Wednesday came together and detailed allegations that comedian Bill Cosby sexually abused and groped them decades ago, a day after Cosby was sued by a woman who said he molested her when she was a teenager in 1974.
Two days after telling Snooki “I do,” the “Jersey Shore” star’s new hubby told a judge he’s guilty.
During a surprisingly emotional appearance before a congressional panel on Tuesday, Troy Vincent, the NFL’s executive vice president of football operations, admitted the league made a “crucial mistake” in its initial punishment of Ray Rice and got choked up when describing his commitment to improving their policies.
Authorities looking into the death of a Winona State University student at a western Wisconsin restaurant haven’t found a witness to explain how the woman ended up in a food elevator, according to the chief investigator.
Charles Barkley isn’t backing away from comments he made on the radio recently that people who torched buildings in Ferguson are “scumbags” and some blacks degrade successful African Americans too often as not black enough.