Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair -- once one of the U.S. Army's top commanders in Afghanistan -- pleaded guilty Thursday to several charges related to sexual relationships with female troops, but not the most serious one against him.
A Baltimore City police officer has been arrested on animal cruelty charges.
The officer, identified on Wednesday as 27-year-old Alec Eugene Taylor, was the target of an animal abuse investigation in Montgomery County.
An Illinois family is accused of selling millions of dollars of stolen merchandise on eBay.
Investigators say the robbery spree spanned three states.
There was no answer at the door of Bogdanov's Northbrook home.
Four weeks into tax season, the IRS paid out more than 48 million refunds, at an average of $3,034 a pop. That's up 3% from the average refund paid during the same period last year, the agency said Thursday.
A Kentucky church is getting national attention for its latest attempt to minister to community members.
The Second Amendment Celebration and Dinner will be held Thursday at Lone Oak First Baptist Church in Paducah.
The Downtown Grand in Las Vegs, Nevada has been open for just a few months, but it is already facing a lawsuit.
Mark Johnston says the resort cheated him out of $500,000, which he lost gambling during Super Bowl weekend.
They are the three letters that strike fear and anxiety in high school students and their parents: S-A-T.
Some have called the test, widely used as a key factor in college admissions, biased, unfair and out of touch.
A man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway did not violate state law because the women were not nude or partially nude, Massachusetts' highest court ruled Wednesday.