For some male victims of sexual assault and abuse, #MeToo can feel more like #WhatAboutMe?
A man who confessed to killing three people and now wants to be released from an Ohio prison under a plea deal is due back in court.
A man has been found guilty in a 2016 child abuse case in San Antonio in which two young children were found in a backyard bound by their ankles and wrists.
Authorities in Pennsylvania discovered more explosives were stolen than originally thought from a work site in Lancaster County over the weekend.
A former U.S. Army sniper and two other ex-soldiers have been convicted in New York for the contract killing of a woman in the Philippines.
Prosecutors say a former 911 operator in Houston has been found guilty of hanging up on people calling for emergency services and sentenced to 10 days in jail and 18 months of probation.
Authorities say a Minnesota woman suspected of killing her husband was spotted in north Florida shortly after killing a woman and stealing her identity in southwest Florida.
A Michigan State University official is apologizing after emails show her criticizing a Larry Nassar victim who had accused the school's president of trying to pressure the woman to settle a lawsuit.
A former 911 operator who hung up the phone "thousands" of times on people attempting to call in emergencies in Harris County, Texas has been sentenced to jail time.
The handcuffed arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks served as a fresh reminder of the perils of "retail racism" that African-Americans and minorities encounter on a regular basis.
The Latest on a nanny convicted of stabbing two children to death in their home (all times local): 4:30 p.m.
A nanny who argued she was too mentally ill to be held responsible for stabbing two children to death at their New York home has been convicted.
A federal jury on Wednesday found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in Kansas.
Lawyers for a man set for execution next month argue he should be resentenced because he wouldn't get the death penalty if he were sentenced today.
Jarratt A. Turner of Nashville, Tenn., was sentenced to 105 years in prison for producing and transporting child pornography.
A man accused of trying to detonate what he believed was an explosives-laden van outside an Oklahoma City bank last year has been indicted on a new charge.
How far corporal punishment can go before parents are committing child abuse is on trial at North Carolina's highest court.
The nationwide manhunt for the granny dubbed “Losing Streak Lois” -- who's wanted in the murder of her husband and a woman she killed to steal her identity -- intensified Wednesday as authorities offered a reward for information about the “coldblooded killer.”
The Trump administration warned Turkey on Wednesday that it is considering punitive "consequences" if the NATO ally does not throw out the charges or acquit an American pastor accused of espionage and aiding terrorist groups.
University of Michigan police are on the hunt for two men Wednesday after a male student there allegedly was drugged and raped at a house party.