An Arizona grand jury has indicted former NFL player Darren Sharper on two counts of sexual assault and three counts of administering dangerous drugs, police in Tempe said Wednesday.
A man convicted of burning down a Jefferson City sporting goods store may get a new trial.
Kurt Steidley was found guilty by a jury in January of setting Everharts Outdoor on fire in 2011.
A prowler call leads to a drug bust after police discovered 1,000 pounds of marijuana at a home in the neighborhood.
A New Jersey man is arrested after his toddler was found with dozens of heroin packets at day care.
The boy wears an expressionless porcelain face and holds his right arm outstretched.
A Canadian teacher is "relieved of her duties" after allegedly forcing an 8-year-old girl to eat food from a garbage can.
Yes, the online clip that made you believe in romance again is trying to sell you daisy-print dresses.
President Barack Obama took his message of health care for all to a cult internet comedy show, in an effort to get young people to sign up for the Affordable Care Act.
An Oregon family has to call 911 to save them from their 22-pound cat.
Holy hijinks, Batman! An Australian man is accused of stealing a costume from a thrift store wearing nothing but a thong.
Stocks are near all-time highs, the IPO market is hot, and for the most part, the bulls are beating the bears. But while optimism is high on Wall Street these days, so is stress.
President Obama took some time to do a little shopping Tuesday, stopping at a Gap store in New York City.
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Coca-Cola is bottled for the first time, Nazi troops march into Austria, "Dennis the Menace" debuts, and Bernie Madoff pleads guilty to running an $18 billion Ponzi scheme, all on this day.
The future of the Westminster College student newspaper is in doubt after the Student Government Association's preliminary budget recommended cutting the paper's funding.
Brown's selection gives Missouri four straight seasons with a first team all conference player
Shawnee Anderson's voice is shrill, quavering -- on the edge of desperate.
Starbucks' baristas are about to get a digital bump in their paychecks -- the coffee chain's updated iPhone app will allow customers to make a tip when paying with their phones.
Neil Young has long complained about the quality of digital music formats. Now he's doing something about it -- and he's getting help from some friends.