The battle-hardened Army commander nominated to take over U.S. military operations in Afghanistan warns Congress that if America leaves the fight too rapidly, there is a risk Islamic State militants could merge with al-Qaida and plan attacks against the U.S. Lt. Gen. Scott Miller, a former Army Delta commando who heads U.S. Joint Special Operations […]
A woman accused of killing her husband in Minnesota and a woman she later met in Florida stood in an acquaintance's driveway staring at her car, then fled when the acquaintance appeared, according to newly released documents that detail her daily movements.
Lighting up a joint in the Big Apple could lighten some wallets, but won't lead to handcuffs in most cases once New York City's revamped marijuana enforcement policy goes into effect on Labor Day weekend.
Officials are working to identify a suspect they are calling the "D.C.-area Hotel Rapist," believed to be responsible for violently raping at least six women in the Washington D.C. area over a seven-year span.
A teenage boy in Chicago died nearly a day after he was reportedly shot in the head at a party, then presumed dead and covered with a white sheet for at least an hour until bystanders saw the 17-year-old move and began shouting at paramedics to help him.