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Kim Richards was stopped outside a San Fernando Valley Target with upwards of $600 worth of items in her cart.
A sheriff's deputy was able to pull a driver from a car moments before it was hit by a train in Northern California, officials said.
Two people were shot outside the PNC Bank Arts Center in Central New Jersey following a hip hop concert Monday night, police said.
Officer Sean Bolton was shot multiple times while conducting a traffic stop in southeast Memphis at about 9:18 p.m. Friday night, police said.
Kenneth Wakefield, the Arizona man accused of decapitating his wife, shrieked when arraigned in court.
A sheriff's deputy in Kentucky illegally shackled two disabled children, aged 8 and 9, in school after they misbehaved, a lawsuit filed Monday in federal district court claims.
14 GOP candidates gathered in New Hampshire for a forum that both served as a warmup for the upcoming showdown and a reminder of the clunkiness that comes with such a crowded field of competitors.
Opponents of big game trophy hunters celebrated on Monday as two major airlines announced a ban on shipments of lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros and buffalo.
The National Baseball Congress decided against using bat boys for the remainder of their 2015 season following the death of a 9-year-old in Kansas.
The iconic Boston institution has joined the urban gardening trend, going from Green Monster to Green Thumb.
President Barack Obama on Monday announced an ambitious plan to drastically reduce carbon pollution from U.S. power plants in an effort to address what he called the greatest threat facing future generations.
Forty-seven percent of Republican registered voters said that he is harming the image of the party, versus 35 percent who say he is helping.
Thousands of people were ordered out of their homes Monday as wind-whipped wildfires raged across northern California.
Independent testing has found the water at some Brazilian Olympic venues could be considered hazardous.