Kim Chandler, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 3:41pm
The Alabama House Judiciary Committee is demanding that Gov. Robert Bentley give sworn testimony next month as it investigates whether he committed any impeachable offenses in his relationship with a former aide and his dealings with his fired law enforcement secretary.
Margery A. Beck, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 3:32pm
A former doctor was convicted Wednesday in the revenge killings of four people, including the 11-year-old son of a faculty member he blamed for his firing 15 years ago from an Omaha medical school's pathology residency program.
Sean Murphy, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 3:31pm
An Oklahoma man who has been on the run since Sunday, wanted in a string of killings, shootings and carjackings, likely intends to attack several people linked to a sexual assault case against him, authorities said Wednesday.
Denise Lavoie, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 2:51pm
A man who acknowledges he attacked the computer network at world-renowned Boston Children's Hospital two years ago, costing it hundreds of thousands of dollars, is waging a hunger strike in prison as he awaits trial.
South Carolina spent nearly $1 million sending 300 school buses to Charleston County on the coast during Hurricane Matthew to evacuate residents, but only 24 of the buses were used, state education records show.
Dozens of women have reported encounters with a University of Wisconsin student charged with sexually assaulting an acquaintance, and officers found a black book at the man's apartment listing women he'd met and documenting his "sexual desires," authorities said.
Robert Burns, Associated Press | Posted Oct 26th - 2:24pm
Iraq's battle to reclaim Mosul from the Islamic State group is progressing despite "stiff" resistance from resilient and creative fighters, but a coming offensive to oust them from their main Syria stronghold at Raqqa poses tougher political challenges and could take longer, the U.S. commander of anti-IS coalition forces said Wednesday.
The Virginia attorney general's office said Wednesday that it will no longer oppose overturning the rape and murder convictions of two former sailors after a federal judge declared last month that "no sane human being" could find the men guilty.