HUNTSVILLE, Texas — The nation’s most active death penalty state is running out of its execution drug.
CLEVELAND — Free and safe, one of three women kidnapped and raped over a decade in a ramshackle home smiled lightly as her tormentor was led out of court in chains, a method he had used to control them.
MOSCOW — National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has a place to live in Russia after being granted temporary asylum, but he still hasn’t decided what he wants to do next, his lawyer said Friday. The big question may be how much choice he actually has.
JEANNETTE, Pa. — A 2-year-old boy with only weeks to live will serve as best man when his parents wed this weekend.
Playboy, Penthouse and other sex-themed magazines will no longer be sold at Army and Air Force exchanges – a move described by the stores’ operators as a business decision based on falling sales, and not a result of recent pressure from anti-pornography activists.
As the world gets warmer, people are more likely to get hot under the collar, scientists say. A massive new study finds that aggressive acts like committing violent crimes and waging war become more likely with each added degree.
A Long Island woman set off an Internet firestorm this week after claiming federal agents had visited her home due to her Google searches, but police say an old-fashioned tip is what led to the visit.
WASHINGTON — Allowing the Postal Service to deliver beer, wine and spirits is high on his wish list for raising cash for his financially ailing agency, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe said Thursday.
ST. LOUIS — An Illinois businessman outraged by a court order that he return more than $500,000 in insurance money related to a 2001 wreck that killed his teenage son wanted to pay the money back in pennies in protest, only to recognize that was unfeasible.
WASHINGTON — Growing up as a black teen, John Harris III says he wasn’t always sure about what he wanted to do with his life. But the 23-year-old, now part of the first generation of college students who saw the nation’s first black president elected, points to a newfound sense of purpose for him and other black graduates.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden left the transit zone of a Moscow airport and officially entered Russia after authorities granted him asylum for a year, his lawyer said Thursday.
The Ohio man convicted of holding three women captive in his Cleveland house over a decade and raping them repeatedly was sentenced Thursday to life in prison plus 1,000 years.
President Barack Obama’s national security team acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that, when investigating one suspected terrorist, it can read and store the phone records of millions of Americans.
Police in Beaverton, Ore., say they used a stun gun seven times, but it had no effect on 18-year-old Jared Steven Leone, who had been high on mushrooms when he entered city hall.
More than 20 teachers, administrators and other employees at Clarksville High School will carry concealed weapons during the school day, making use of a little-known Arkansas law that allows licensed, armed security guards on campus.