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A commercial boat captain from Bayou La Batre, Ala., has been fined $2,500 for shooting a bottlenose dolphin in the Mississippi Sound in the summer of 2012.
The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously against a man who was caught protesting military activities despite having been barred because of previous activities near the main gate at a California Air Force base.
Parents in a small eastern Connecticut town are demanding action by local officials after a man went to a school to pick up his great-grandson and took the wrong child home.
Just days after pastor Jamie Coots died from a rattlesnake bite at church, mourners leaving the funeral went to the church to handle snakes.
Officials at Fort Carson are investigating reports a soldier deliberately avoided saluting the flag.
A San Diego family is suing Petco after the death of their 10-year-old son from a bacterial infection they say he contracted from his pet rat.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was involved in a jailhouse fight with another inmate, and it could result in more charges against the former Pro Bowler.
Police officers in a Central California town took part in a scheme in which cars belonging to poor Hispanic people were impounded, towed and later sold or given away for free to some officers when the car owners couldn't pay the fees, authorities said Tuesday.
Police officers in a Central California town took part in a scheme in which more than 200 cars belonging to poor Hispanic people were impounded, towed and later sold when the car owners couldn't pay the fees, authorities said Tuesday.
The first night in the United States for a family of Japanese tourists ended with the parents being pulled from their rental car at gunpoint with their young son watching after their confusion about American traffic laws set off a high-speed pursuit in southern Utah.
When Bette Davis became the first female president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1941, it's believed she was met with such opposition by the predominantly male organization that she resigned after two months.
As of Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014, at least 2,174 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to an Associated Press count.
A California college student who was blocked last year from handing out copies of the Constitution gave his school a lesson in civics and the law, winning a $50,000 settlement and an agreement to revise its speech codes.
Prominent Republicans are calling for Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer to veto a controversial bill that would allow businesses to deny service over religious beliefs.
A Northern California woman and her boyfriend have pleaded not guilty to charges that they beat the woman's 3-year-old daughter to death.
A New York state trooper says he was concerned that Kerry Kennedy may have suffered a seizure or stroke after her car swerved into a truck in 2012.
After saying that Metro-North Railroad does not ‘condone’ the actions of a train conductor who penned an apology note to passengers over a train cancellation, the agency said Tuesday that the conductor does not face any disciplinary action.
A private school teacher in Washington who was captured in Nicaragua after a year on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted" fugitives list has written the judge overseeing his child pornography case, saying he plans to spend the rest of his life "doing penance." Eric Justin Toth wrote the 2-page letter as part of a set of documents that were submitted to the judge ahead of his sentencing, which is scheduled for March 11.
Police in southwest Ohio were seeking three men Tuesday in the shooting of a transit bus driver they say survived with the apparent help of a biblical booklet in his shirt pocket.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will spend millions of dollars to help farmers and ranchers improve pastures in five Midwestern states to provide food for the nation's struggling honeybees under a program to be announced Tuesday.