A federal judge in Kansas says he will rule by the end of July on whether to revoke probation for a professional Tennessee hunter accused of violating his plea deal.
A mother of three from a ritzy New York City suburb pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges she operated a secret, sophisticated pot-growing operation worth millions.
More than two dozen U.S. senators are calling on the nation’s top intelligence official to make information public about the scope and duration of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program.
The head of Mali’s electoral body voiced doubts Friday over the feasibility of holding a much-anticipated presidential poll in July as planned even as political parties rushed to meet the deadline for submitting their candidates.
The family of a Michigan woman who died in Syria last month still lacks confirmation she was killed during fighting
A fathers-rights group said Friday that one of its members attacked a John Constable painting in Britain’s National Gallery.
Tiny metal buttons in delicious-sounding colors like poupon, hubba bubba and piglet have served as The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s admission ticket for 42 years.
Britain’s Court of Appeal has rejected a bid by five defendants, including former tabloid editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, to block their prosecution on charges of trying to intercept voicemail messages.
The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a former Wichita home day care provider in the 2008 strangulation death of a 13-month-old girl.
Croatia has no second thoughts about joining the European Union despite the continent’s economic crisis