A New Jersey school superintendent, who was arrested in May for allegedly defecating on an athletic field in another district, stands to receive more than $100,000 after negotiating a separation agreement, reports said.
Authorities have identified the remains of the 29-year-old who stole a commercial airplane that took off from Sea-Tac International Airport and crashed into a small island in Puget Sound Friday evening as those belonging to Richard Russell.
Seven members of a Washington state family, including five children, died Monday morning after their car was involved in a head-on collision in eastern Oregon while en route to Las Vegas.
President Trump on Tuesday called the sanctions against Iran that went into effect at midnight "the most biting sanctions ever imposed,” and warned that countries that do business with Tehran will not do business with the U.S.
A weekend of bloodshed and gun violence in Chicago left at least 11 people dead and about 70 wounded, in what President Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, called the “direct result of one party Democratic rule for decades.”
Nikolas Cruz, the suspected shooter behind the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, shouted “kill me” as he sat alone in an interrogation room hours after he was taken into custody following the deadly massacre.
The first set of strict economic sanctions against Iran took effect midnight Tuesday and target transactions that involve U.S. dollars, as well as the country’s automotive sector, the purchase of commercial planes and metals including gold.
A New Jersey woman who thought she was paying for a struggling man’s cup of coffee at a gas station on Friday, turned out to be country music star Keith Urban.
At 96-years-old and legally blind, Kathryn Robinson from West Palm Beach, Fl., continues to bowl scores upwards of 200 at her local bowling alley.
Massive evacuations have been ordered in a Virginia city after a deluge of rain overnight sparked fears that a nearby dam could overflow and spread upwards of 17 inches of water in just seven minutes.
When Florida Gators head football coach Dan Mullen said his team had a no-guns policy, what he actually meant was the exact opposite.
If there were championship belts for winning mayoral elections, former professional wrestler Glenn Jacobs would be wearing one.
The city of Lynchburg, Va., could become flooded with 17 feet of water in a matter of minutes, as heavy rains Thursday evening threatened to cause a dam in the area to fail, according to local news reports citing statements from the National Weather service.
Amid sweltering summer heat, a Nevada bus driver’s quick thinking to help an elderly passenger this week was a simple reminder that a little kindness can go a long way.
Police are investigating after a Virginia woman reportedly fatally shot herself while handcuffed during a traffic stop last week.
CBS says it has hired two outside law firms to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against network chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.
As the Major League Baseball trade deadline came and went Tuesday, a handful players found themselves moving on to a new team. But none had an easier transition than Texas Rangers pitcher Jake Diekman, who was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
A Missouri sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery Tuesday after he was attacked by a dog while serving a civil summons, authorities said.
State fire officials have identified a sixth victim of the Carr Fire in Northern California, which they say has become the seventh most destructive wildfire in the Golden State’s history, destroying more than 900 homes.
North Korea is constructing new intercontinental ballistic missiles and is pushing forward with “business as usual” for its missile program despite claiming its weapon production and President Trump’s reassurance that the Hermit Kingdom is “no longer a nuclear threat.”