Three friends of an alleged victim of a gang rape at a University of Virginia frat house told The Associated Press that a magazine article about the events of the night in question was wrong on a number of key points.
Baby Hazel was born at just the right minute: 10:11 on 12/13/14.
PetSmart was bought out by private equity firm BC Partners in an $8.7 billion deal.
Authorities say a St. Louis city police officer will likely get some days off as discipline for wearing a tag on his sleeve bearing the name of the former Ferguson officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.
December tax-related selling creates some short-term pain, but may create longer term opportunities.
Three friends of an alleged victim of a gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity told The Associated Press that a magazine article about the attack was wrong on a number of key points.
A script of the latest James Bond film may have been stolen, according to a report.
A nativity that has marked every Christmas for nearly 40 years has been removed from outside a North Carolina courthouse following complaints from a group about the display being on government property, Fox 46 reports.
Authorities say a puppy taking a walk on a Massachusetts beach with its owner uncovered a human bone, which led to the discovery of several others.
The Department of Defense says two servicemen died from wounds suffered during an attack in Afghanistan.
DDR CEO Dan Hurwitz said too much blame gets put on what the store looks like, when often what's inside is the problem.
During the 1950s with the Brooklyn-based Topps company, Mr. Berger was credited with creating the modern baseball card, adding color, statistics and facsimiles of stars’ signatures.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry traveled to Rome on Sunday to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders, the new European foreign policy chief and the foreign ministers of Russia, France, Britain and Germany.
The woman who created a private equity empire has declared a mission: to keep jobs in the U.S.
More than 1,800 students die every year of alcohol-related causes. But attention to the issue over decades has not made much difference in the United States.
Leslie H. Gelb and Frank G. Wisner said they were bothered by the claims of former directors and their supporters that interrogation methods had all been authorized, effective and disclosed.