The Cleveland man accused of holding three women captive in his home for about a decade agreed to plead guilty Friday in a deal to avoid the death penalty.
A bird of prey found in a Turkish village has been cleared of local suspicion it was aiding Israeli spies.
Some county officials are asking Kansas lawmakers to clarify whether back taxes on personal property follow the property, or should be assessed to its owner.
When Cate Blanchett was last in New York, in between her nightly performances in the acclaimed touring production of “Uncle Vanya,” she would slip uptown, to the East Side
The Rhode Island couple that lives in the house made famous in the movie “The Conjuring” say they’re being troubled by people curious about the 1730s-era home.
The body of Raleigh Heskett and his van were located in Marion County, Kan.
Raise your glass to the weekend with a smooth whiskey and fresh herb cocktail.
Topeka Police are still searching for a man this morning after he robbed a payday loan store in southwest Topeka.
Rapper DMX has been arrested in South Carolina and charged with driving under the influence.
A Massachusetts couple have won $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket that they dug out of the trash after inadvertently throwing it away.
LeBron James is taking some of his talents during the offseason to a best-selling basketball video game franchise as a music curator.
Have a question for Selena Gomez? She says you’ll find the answer in her new album.
Princeton officials are consulting lawyers as they wrestle with a 9/11 memorial featuring a World Trade Center beam that includes a hole cut in the shape of a cross.
If you like stouts, and are adventurous enough to head into Imperial territory, then Southern Tier Brewing’s Imperial Mohkah is a no-brainer.
A spokesman for President Vladimir Putin says Russia has not budged from its refusal to extradite U.S. leaker Edward Snowden, who has applied for asylum.
The attorney for a University of Pittsburgh researcher charged with killing his neurologist wife with cyanide says his client wasn’t fleeing police
Police in southern Italy say they have broken up an insurance fraud run by a crime syndicate that counted on the collusion of doctors, lawyers and auto repair shop owners.