Carol Rosenberg, the military affairs reporter for the Miami Herald and McClatchy, is being honored by the American Bar Association for her coverage of the military commissions at the U.S. Navy base at Guantánamo Bay.
Esteban Santiago, 28, will be sentenced to life in prison, avoiding a possible death penalty at trial under the plea agreement between the U.S. attorney's office and defense lawyers that was accepted by a Miami federal judge.
A Charleston, South Carolina mom ordered a Publix cake for her 18-year-old son who graduated from his Christian-based home-school program with Summa Cum Laude designation, Latin for "with the highest distinction." But cake makers replaced the Latin preposition with dashes.
Social media exploded after Morgan Freeman was accused by multiple women of inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment. Check out fan and fellow celebrity Twitter reactions after the newest #metoo accusation.
One of the largest fentanyl busts in the U.S. — and the largest in Nebraska — was confirmed by the Nebraska State Patrol on Thursday. The troopers seized 118 pounds of the drug after a traffic stop in April.
A study from the Journal of Sleep Research found that people who struggle to get more than five hours of sleep during the week but then sleep in on the weekends have no increased mortality risk. But those who don't catch up on sleep during weekends have that risk
Police in Eunice, Louisiana, say 29-year-old Correill Bradley wound up in the hospital after biting a razor blade in her burger at a local McDonalds that she planted. She was charged with criminal mischief and theft, of the razor blade
The World Cancer Research Fund released recommendations for slashing the risk of preventable cancer. The guidelines include avoiding supplements, eating grains, avoiding processed meats and alcohol, and more.
An 80-year-old Illinois man crashed his SUV into Captain Alex Seafood deli in Niles, Illinois — then walked a few doors down to keep his scheduled haircut appointment. The strip mall is about 15 miles away from Chicago.
The children's movie "Show Dogs" will delete scenes that some parents accused of sending a "troubling message that grooms children for sexual abuse." The re-cut movie will be shown in theaters beginning this weekend.
A report from the ACLU cataloging hundreds of complaints against Customs and Border Patrol agents from 2009-2014 alleges that CBP officers routinely beat and kicked migrant children approaching the U.S. CBP officials deny the allegations.