In a brief statement, Uber didn’t say why Jones left.
The House intelligence committee is to begin hearings Monday into Russia’s role in cybersecurity breaches at the Democratic National Committ…
A 911 call was made around 5 p.m. Friday about a 3-year-old child that had possibly taken adult medication.
Ryan insisted that he felt “very good” about the bill’s prospects but acknowledged that House leadership was “making fine-tuning improvement…
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According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, a 911 call came from the store about a domestic disturbance.
A video recorded on a home monitoring system by two New York parents shows 2-year-old twins Andrew and Ryan having a late-night party while …
In the 23-second video, which went viral on Facebook, the woman is seen beating a young girl and pulling her hair.
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Blue Buffalo Company voluntarily recalled some of its BLUE Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe Red Meat Dinner Wet Food for Adult Dogs.
Leoul Yosef will be charged with burglary for robbing an Alexandria apartment on Wednesday and then jumping off the second-story balcony aft…
The 19-year-old from Ingham County won the prize playing the Golden Wild Time instant game.
The car was stopped Saturday night about a quarter-mile from the White House.
It’s the chain’s third annual free cone day.
Emergency responders summoned to Berry’s residence by his caretaker about 12:40 p.m. found him unresponsive.
He was visibly shaken Friday as he changed his plea to guilty on 20 counts of sex crimes, including eight counts of rape.
The notices were made public late Friday by Customs and Border Protection, the Homeland Security Department agency that will oversee the pro…
Other recalled items include children’s robes and pajamas that fail to meet flammability standards.
A federal appeals court decided this week to keep alive an Oakhurst Dairy drivers’ lawsuit seeking more than $10 million in overtime.
IBM, based in Armonk, New York, has also expanded a program to train vets in software used in the defense and law enforcement industries.