The rapper known as DMX will have to spend at least an extra week in an Arizona state prison for failing a drug test.
The Atlanta courthouse gunman said in letters that he escaped from guards and then killed four people in a shooting rampage to fight back against what he believed was a racist justice system, ac...
Retail gasoline prices are likely to creep higher as anti-government protests continue in Egypt and concerns remain about the stability of the Middle East.
New Hampshire police say a man faked a brain injury to get a nurse to change his adult diaper.
Cleared of human trafficking charges, farmers Alec and Mike Sou want to get back to growing crops instead of defending themselves against allegations they forced 44 workers from Thailand to harvest melons, lettuce and pumpkins.
With gas prices above $4 in some states, Americans are canceling spring break plans and rethinking summer vacation, and some tourist destinations are offering gas vouchers of as much as $50 to t...
Two women from southeast Minnesota accused of sending money to a terror group in Somalia will face trial Oct. 3.
On Chicago Mayor Richard Daley's first trip to China nearly seven years ago, he was struck by something he saw at an elementary school: All the students spoke English, and they spoke it proficie...
A Yemen native who disrupted a San Francisco-bound flight was portrayed by prosecutors Tuesday as a dangerous and erratic passenger who tried to barge into the cockpit twice, did not carry any luggage and yelled "God is great" in Arabic.
Tourists booking a helicopter ride at a New York City heliport Tuesday were shocked to see a body floating in the East River, witnesses and police sources said.
SALES UP: Retail sales rose 0.6 percent in December, the sixth consecutive monthly increase.
As Arlen Specter leaves the Senate after 30 years, the one-time corruption-busting Philadelphia prosecutor and architect of the "single-bullet theory" of the John F. Kennedy assassination says h...
Nov. 2010 April 2011 Number of people employed 138.909 million 139.674 million Number of people unemployed 15.041 million 13.747 million Labor force (sum of employed and unemployed) 153.95 million 153.421 million Civilian population, 16 and older, not in institutions 238.715 million 239.146 million Labor force participation rate 64.5 percent 64.2 percent How the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines:
A dog at the Chico Municipal Airport in California, where animal agencies and nonprofit groups that helped rescue lost pets from the Camp Fire tried to reunite them with their owners. A new law in the state requires pet stores to sell only rescue animals.
Olympic silver medalist Jeret "Speedy" Peterson was found dead in a remote canyon in Utah in what police are calling a suicide. One of the world's most risk-taking and innovative freestyle skier...
An Arkansas man who wanted to capture aerial photos of his home during his first plane ride instead helped catch two men burglarizing it.
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