A road rage driver in Florida gets a dose of “instant karma,” after tail-gating another driver and then running his pickup truck off the road.
A former detention deputy with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department was booked on seven counts of unlawful sexual relations with inmates.
Students at a Michigan high school torch a statue of Frosty The Snowman as a way to say good-bye to winter.
A group trying to save the Detroit-area factory where Rosie the Riveter became an icon of American female empowerment during World War II said Friday that it must raise $1.5 million in the next few weeks to save the site from being demolished.
A woman accused of giving birth in a bathroom at an eastern Pennsylvania sports bar, wrapping the newborn in a plastic bag and hiding him in a toilet tank pleaded guilty Friday to a general murder charge.
The video, recorded on an iPhone, lasts less than eight minutes. The message is simple: We’re brothers despite our differences.
Voting rights groups are appealing a judge’s decision requiring federal election officials to help Kansas and Arizona enforce state laws requiring new voters to document their U.S. citizenship.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has extended federal recognition to the Michigan marriages of about 300 same-sex couples that took place before a federal appeals court put those unions on hold.
Political junkies have plenty of choices on Sunday-morning television.
There is only one way searchers are narrowing the list of 90 people still missing seven days after a landslide obliterated the mountain community of Oso: by digging.
McDonald’s is offering free coffee to its customers for a limited time as competition for the breakfast crowd intensifies.
Oklahoma man who lost is wedding ring in the garbage manages to find it after searching area landfill.
This week’s major theatrical movie releases, including “Noah” and “Sabotage.”
At least four homes have been damaged in northwest Missouri as violent weather packing high winds, funnel clouds and at least one tornado swept across the state.
After 60 years, the last corporate jet connected to Dillon Stores or its parent company, Kroger, has flown away from Hutchinson.