After years of resisting calls for it to drop its opposition to gay members and troop leaders, the Boy Scouts of America may finally — slowly — be changing its tune.
Israel Keyes was buried on Sunday in a sparsely attended service in Deer Park, Wash., ending a decade-long spree of kidnapping, larceny and murder that authorities weren’t even aware of until earlier this year.
Florida‘s judicial system is set to experience its second high profile case this year in which a person accused in a homicide may invoke the state’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” self-defense statute.
The Manhattan nanny who police say murdered two children in their parents’ apartment pleaded not guilty to two counts of first and second degree murder Wednesday at her indictment, New York court officials say.
Since 1953, visitors to Palisades Park in Santa Monica, Calif., would always be greeted by a biblical depiction of the birth of Jesus during the holiday season. But this year, rather than Mary, Joseph and the Three Wise Men, …
One of the many great things thing about America’s grand experiment in democracy is that people are free to object to it.
The files were ordered released by the Oregon Supreme Court stemming from the judgment in favor of a former Scout who was molested by an associate Scoutmaster.
Barring being granted immunity under Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ statute, George Zimmerman is scheduled to stand trial for the death of Trayvon Martin on June 10.
Controversy is growing in a small New England town after the names of people connected to a prostitution scandal involving a Zumba instructor were released.
While an Arkansas medical examiner’s report supports the accounts of officers who say Chavis Carter committed suicide, Carter’s mother says she still doesn’t believe it.