MAILONLINE.COM - A 15-year-old Connecticut boy was shot dead by his father on Thursday, as he tried to break into his aunt's home, police said.
His face hidden beneath a black ski mask, Tyler Giuliano was spotted by his aunt, Alexis Scocozz, as he set about what officers believe was an
By LOLITA C. BALDORAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Intelligence suggests the Syrian government has moved some of its chemical weapons in order to protect them, but the U.S. believes that the main sites remain secure, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Friday, indicating there are lingering
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - In a Sept. 27 story on Attorney General Eric Holder's speech at the University of Mississippi, The Associated Press reported erroneously the date that riots occurred on the Ole Miss campus during the admission of James Meredith as the university's first black student.
By HOLBROOK MOHRAssociated Press
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - An Associated Press review shows an organization fighting its suspension from sponsoring high school exchange students has been hounded by problems in recent years.
Complaints range from lax oversight and inadequate background checks to
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A Ku Klux Klan leader from North Carolina has been convicted on weapons and explosive charges related to a plot to blow up his county sheriff.
A jury convicted Charles Robert Barefoot Jr. of Benson on six felony counts this week, including conspiracy, possession of stolen guns
POST FALLS, Idaho (AP) - A convicted sex offender from northern Idaho is charged with attempted first-degree murder after his girlfriend was strangled until she lost consciousness. Post Falls police arrested 38-year-old Kenneth Edward Schleining of Dalton Gardens when he met with
DENVER (AP) - After weeks of secrecy surrounding the Colorado theater shooting case, most of the documents filed in court were released to the public. One thing that came to light: The defense has a psychiatry expert on its defense team and plans to use him as an expert. It gives
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A plan to build the world's tallest Ferris wheel on New York's Staten Island, offering sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, could hold the answer to a long-elusive goal: putting the most-overlooked of the city's five boroughs on the tourist map.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - A judge in Florida has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Italian businesses against Miami-based Carnival Corp. over the fatal capsizing of a cruise ship off Italy's coast.
U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenbaum agreed with Carnival that the lawsuit should be filed in Italy
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he has signed a bill authorizing construction of a Ronald Reagan statue inside the California Capitol in Sacramento.
Brown cited Reagan's leadership in signing the bill authorizing the statue. He said the Republican icon oversaw