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The CEO of Tootsie Roll Industries has died at age 95.
Attorneys for a man accused of plotting a suicide bomb attack at a Wichita airport are not being allowed to view some classified evidence in the case.
A 41-year-old man convicted of killing three people during a San Antonio home invasion is set to become the first Texas inmate executed this year.
Police say a 16-year-old fatally stabbed a fellow student because he was upset about a Snapchat message sent to his girlfriend.
Federal prosecutors say two women claiming to be victims of wealthy sex offender Jeffrey Epstein cannot join in a lawsuit seeking to reopen Epstein's 2008 plea agreement.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a former air marshal who was fired after leaking plans to the media about security cutbacks can seek whistleblower protection.
Justice Department attorneys are back in federal court presenting their case for making BP pay billions of dollars in civil penalties for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Vandals in Oregon set fire to an American flag that a Marine donated to a school, EAGNews.org reported.
A former Massachusetts police chief acquitted of charges connected to the 2008 death of an 8-year-old boy at a gun show has pleaded not guilty to unrelated weapons charges.
The first commissioners' meeting of 2105 adjourned after 15 minutes in one western Pennsylvania county because the government hadn't placed legal advertisements listing the time and dates of this year's meetings.
A prominent cardiac surgeon at a leading Boston hospital died late Tuesday from injuries sustained when he was shot by a patient who later turned the gun on himself.
The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel has reopened after a closure prompted by the discovery of a suspicious package containing what authorities say is likely a smoke bomb or grenade.
Text of GOP response to the State of the Union address, delivered Tuesday night by Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa, as provided by the office of the Senate majority leader: ___ Good evening.
A Manhattan man has been charged with trying to acquire the deadly poison ricin after he allegedly asked an FBI undercover employee online to deliver "simple and easy death pills" to his postal box and picked up a package containing a fake pill.
More than seven years after six family members were gunned down on Christmas Eve in a small farming town east of Seattle, the trial began Tuesday for one of two people charged in the deaths.
To see the other stars of the State of the Union Tuesday night, you'd have to look up — way up, to the visitors' gallery circling the room above President Barack Obama's head.
The Navy is massively expanding its planned use of the Standard Missile-6, a new high-tech ship-launched surface-to-air missile that can destroy enemy missiles, aircraft and unmanned systems. In total, the Navy has authorized use of the SM-6 to expand from five ships to more than 35 ships. “This effort is steeped in fleet requirements, focusing […]
The latest issue of the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo has finally arrived in the United States.
A judge on Tuesday sentenced a 25-year-old man to life in prison for killing two former Auburn University football players and another man during a shooting at an off-campus party.
A daycare worker on Florida's Gulf Coast faces child abuse charges after authorities say video captured her kicking a 16-month-old girl several times.