Lawyers for a Mexican cartel enforcer suspected of killing thousands of people in Juarez and now facing trial here for the murder of Americans hope to free him with claims police south of the border tortured him before handing him over to U.S. authorities.
A Pennsylvania man reportedly bagged the largest recorded black bear of the season when he successfully took it down with two shots fired from his deceased father’s rifle.
Tiger Direct has the Samsung Galaxy 3 7 inch table Tablet for $159.99.
Media figures pay tribute to the longtime, popular New York Observer editor.
But specialists said weeks of work lie ahead,including a major reconfiguration of the computer hardware.
Lawmakers are pushing back against the slow tide of sick pay laws.
Former New York Observer editor Peter Kaplan has died at age 59.
A murder trial has been postponed in the death of an elderly German journalist and socialite in the District of Columbia.
A moment of truth has arrived for President Barack Obama's signature health care reforms with Saturday's self-imposed deadline to get the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov website to work properly for most users.
Pennsylvania State Police say a 97-year-old woman was killed in what appears to be a home invasion and robbery in Luzerne County.
For companies, borrowing money at bargain basement interest rates might not be as much fun in a few years.
New York state residents fight over saving old railroad route or turning it into an Adirondack trail
Several years ago, locals here raised around $400,000 to build a replica of a train station that was torn down in 1975, just one of many steps necessary to make a locomotive roll through this old railroad town once again.
Around the nation, officials wrestling with rising pension costs and underfinanced systems will be watching closely to see if Illinois is willing to challenge labor.
Clark County firefighters say they responded to the Rio casino in Las Vegas after 20 adults and children in town with a traveling football team came down with flu-like symptoms.
It's a milestone that could revive confidence or send the law into a political tailspin.
Ocean freight statistics indicate exports are well below previous years. And imports are sputtering.
A company that settled data 'snooping' charges with New Jersey made a mere $2,500 for selling 400,000 individuals' data.