A Vermont teenager accused of planning "to shoot up" his former high school had written in a diary he titled "Journal of an active shooter" that he had was aiming to kill as many as he could.
A neurologist who already admitted groping women at a Philadelphia clinic has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting patients in New York City
The British Royal Family is hiring a Communications Assistant for the next busy year. TC Newman lets you know if you've got the skills to work for the Queen.
Greek lawmakers are debating whether to launch an investigation into 10 senior politicians over allegations they were involved in a pharmaceutical bribery scandal
Federal judges are seeking more information about an upcoming Alabama execution in which the state plans to connect the lethal injection line through the inmate's leg
Dubai is hoping for more Chinese investment to help boost its struggling property market. The city's ramping up its sales efforts around the world and has China firmly in its sights, as Nawied Jabarkhyl reports.
The attorney for a man facing execution next month says she has "very serious concerns" about Missouri's lethal injection method following a report claiming the state purchased execution drugs from a troubled compounding pharmacy
A suburban Chicago judge has found a man who spent 22 years behind bars not guilty in his retrial on charges of arson and murder in his mother-in-law's death
The fate of a convicted Texas killer nearing execution is in Gov. Greg Abbott's hands after the state parole board made the rare recommendation that the prisoner's life be spared