The J. Paul Getty Center's extensive art collection will stay put even as wildfires blaze not far from the famed Los Angeles museum, according to Ron Hartwig, vice president of communications at the Getty Trust.
Author: ERIC LEVENSON, CNN
The parents of the man accused of killing four people in a Tampa, Florida, neighborhood said they are devastated and in disbelief that their son could have done such a thing.
A Florida teenager who was reported missing Sunday was found safe about 1,000 miles away in New York.
Before July 2015, few knew the term "sanctuary city."
The man arrested on suspicion of fatally shooting four random people over the past two months in a Tampa neighborhood seemed to be, weirdly enough, perfectly "fine" during police interviews, Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said on Wednesday.
The Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct has publicly reprimanded a judge who had offered reduced jail time to inmates who agreed to get long-term birth control procedures.
They say everything's bigger in Texas, and that apparently includes truck decals.
Bill Cosby's spokespeople said he will deliver educational talks teaching young people how to behave to avoid sexual assault allegations, leading to harsh criticism from a number of victims' advocacy groups.
Bristol County prosecutors officially asked to reinstate Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction on Friday, arguing in court documents that the former NFL player's suicide should not lead to dismissal of the guilty verdict.
Prosecutors on Tuesday painted Michael McCarthy as a heroin addict whose "symbolic fingerprints" were all over the homicide of Bella Bond, the doe-eyed toddler whose body was found in a trash bag in June 2015.
After 12 witnesses over the course of a week, the prosecution rested Friday in Bill Cosby's trial.
United Airlines is apologizing again for their treatment of a passenger.
A 20-year-old California man who pleaded guilty to raping his drugged younger sister was granted probation and is expected to serve just four months in jail, a sentence that the prosecutor says is worse than that given to Stanford swimmer Brock Turner.