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Acting under an unusual Ohio law, a judge says Cleveland cops Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback can face charges in the killing of Tamir Rice.
Police believe a Cedar Rapids teen was riding on the bumper of a car when she fell off and suffered fatal injuries.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will step down on July 1 and be replaced temporarily with founder Jack Dorsey, the company announced.
The family of Keith Broomfield says he was aware of what he was doing by going to Syria to fight ISIS but he went there because he cared for people and felt fighting ISIS was the right thing to do.
The president of the American Federation of Government Employees said in a letter it believes the cyberattack is worse than the government has said.
Volunteers who participate in make-believe Mars missions for science's sake are helping paleontologists find real-life dinosaur fossils in Utah.
With the only desalination facility in California, Sand City is inspiring the state to utilize the Pacific Ocean during the historic drought.
Both prosecutors and defense lawyers decided Federal Judge Thomas Durkin does not have to be disqualified.
WWE said in a statement that it is "deeply saddened" by his death, and that he was "one of the most captivating and charismatic figures" in the sport.
An ex-Navy SEAL who crashed his dirt bike down a ravine says he survived 24 hours by using his iPhone charger to make a splint for his broken leg.
A prison worker may have been "charmed" into helping a pair of convicted killers escape a maximum security lockup. How does that happen?
Blair, 35, did not testify during Thursday's custody hearing, instead directing her obscene gestures at the fathers of her dead children.
The Marseille prosecutor told reporters on Thursday that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had seen seven doctors within the month before the March 24 crash.
He could be a top contender for the GOP nomination. But first, he might want to get people to stop calling him a jerk.
Authorities in New York, Vermont and elsewhere were still searching on Thursday for Richard Matt and David Sweat.
The inmates have been missing since Saturday after a daring escape from a maximum-security prison in New York.