A Woman Who Left The US As A Teen To Join ISIS Is Suing Trump To Come Home
Hoda Muthana was born in New Jersey and says she should be allowed to come home.
Prosecutors Wrongly Kept Victims Of A Millionaire's Child Sex Ring In The Dark About His Deal, A Judge Ruled
After years of court battles, a judge on Thursday said federal prosecutors wrongly hid their agreement with millionaire Jeffrey Epstein from the victims.
A Coast Guard Officer Is Accused Of Plotting A White Supremacist Terror Attack “On A Scale Rarely Seen In This Country”
“The defendant intends to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country,” the government said. “He must be detained pending trial.”
The Covington Catholic Student Who Went Viral Is Suing The Washington Post For $250 Million
A federal lawsuit filed Tuesday accused the newspaper of defaming 16-year-old Nicholas Sandmann.
"He Was Shooting Everybody": Five People Are Dead After A Gunman Opened Fire At An Illinois Manufacturing Plant
The shooting occurred after the gunman was fired from his job at a manufacturing warehouse. Six police officers were among several others injured in the shooting.
A Man Who 3D-Printed An AR-15 And Made A Political Hit List Will Spend Eight Years In Prison
The Texas man was arrested with a loaded rifle and a list featuring the names and addresses of several Republican and Democrat members of Congress.
Women Musicians Are Accusing Ryan Adams Of Harassment And Emotional Abuse
Adams apologized for "unintentionally" causing pain but also denied sexting an underage girl.
A Serial Killer Is Drawing His Victims, And The FBI Needs Help Identifying Them
Samuel Little has confessed to murdering 90 women between 1970 and 2005.
The Tallahassee Yoga Shooter Was Motivated By Hatred Toward Women, Police Say
Two women were killed and four others were wounded by gunfire in the Nov. 2 attack.
A Man Allegedly Secretly Poured Chemicals On Food And Beer At Multiple Grocery Stores
The FBI says the man poured bleach and hydrogen peroxide on things like rotisserie chickens and ice.
“We've Had Enough”: Native Americans And Environmentalists Are In A Last-Ditch Fight Over A Border Wall In Texas
Environmentalists, landowners, and tribal members say a 30-foot-tall barrier will cause irreversible disruption in the Rio Grande Valley.
The Man Found In A College Student's Closet Probably Got In Through An Unlocked Window
Apartment complex managers say they'll start regularly inspecting ground-level windows.
A College Student Found A Man Living Inside Her Closet Wearing Her Clothes
"I’m like, 'Who’s there?' And somebody answers, 'Me.'"
The Billionaire Family Behind OxyContin Explored Profiting Off People Addicted To Opioids
“It is an attractive market. Large unmet need for vulnerable, underserved and stigmatized patient population suffering from substance abuse, dependence and addiction," staff for Purdue Pharma allegedly wrote.
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It’s So Incredibly Cold In The Midwest That Cities Are Basically Shutting Down
Forecasters said temperatures in the region were expected to be colder than the North Pole and potentially break all-time records.
The Nation’s Biggest Utility Has Filed For Bankruptcy After Devastating California Wildfires
It marked the first time a major company has filed for bankruptcy at least partially as a result of climate change.
A Black Teen Says Her Dance Team Told Her She Was “Too Dark” To Perform
She has filed a lawsuit against her former dance coach and school district alleging she was excluded because of her race and retaliated against when she spoke up about the discrimination.
Boxer Manny Pacquiao's Home Was Burglarized While He Was Away At A Fight
Los Angeles police said suspects ransacked the home and then fled.
At Least 85 People Were Killed And Dozens Injured After A Gas Pipeline Exploded In Mexico
The explosion and fire took place in the central Mexican state of Hidalgo after a ruptured pipeline spewed fuel into the air.