The New York Times
Updated: 33 min 43 sec ago
No criminal charges will be filed in the case of a customer who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals at a suburban Salt Lake City restaurant.
A contract employee suspected of setting a fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control center brought two of the nation’s busiest airports to a halt for hours Friday.
Stacey Dean Rambold, a former high school teacher in Billings, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in a student rape case that led to the censure of a judge who partly blamed the victim.
The suspect in the disappearance of an 18-year-old University of Virginia student was flown back to Charlottesville from Texas on Friday to face abduction charges, the authorities said.
A water-main break on Friday sent churning, muddy water flowing down the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, forcing the authorities to close a section of the busy street.
A Virginia-based charity says it reported complaints against the Rev. Joseph D. Maurizio Jr. to the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese.
Chris Deschene, a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives, has struggled to speak his tribe’s language in his campaign for president of the Navajo Nation.
Intelligence agencies say the move, in which the new iPhone creates a unique code that scrambles information, is the first of new technologies designed to defeat court orders to turn over information.
The new “Candid Camera” reveals that today’s pervasive technology makes people easy targets.
Gov. John W. Hickenlooper and his opponent, Bob Beauprez, are trying to appeal to urban and rural voters who are split ideologically.
The Justice Department on Friday pressured the Ferguson Police Department to stop its officers from wearing bracelets supporting the officer who shot an unarmed teenager.
An exhibition at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee is a story of life and death, and a recollection during the High Holy Days of mortality and persecution.
A contract employee set fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control center where he worked, bringing two of the nation's busiest airports to a halt Friday, according to a criminal complaint.
A federal appeals court on Friday narrowly decided against hearing arguments on a photo identification requirement for Wisconsin voters.
The economy as measured by gross domestic product grew at a 4.6 annual rate in the second quarter, the Commerce Department said, the fastest pace in more than two years.
The police in Moore, Okla., said the suspect, who had just been fired from Vaughan Foods, assaulted two employees with a knife before being shot by a company executive.
The presumed Republican presidential contenders reached out with personal stories and political reassurances at the Values Voter Summit.
A journey through the state, featuring Jimmy Carter, Civil War re-enactors and newborn Cabbage Patch Kids.
The police in Moore, Okla., said the suspect was believed to have been trying to convert fellow workers to Islam.
The president spoke at a White House meeting of more than 40 health ministers, imploring them to provide better services to prevent deadly outbreaks like Ebola.