Florida authorities arrested "psychic" Stephanie Thompson for committing fraud after a Boca Raton woman said she had paid her $100,000 to lift a curse.
In an interview with Playboy Magazine, outgoing NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said that Bill de Blasio and other political candidates will do 'anything to get elected.'
Dayna Morales, a waitress in New Jersey, prides herself on being punctual, professional and serving in the U.S. Marines Corps. However, her dedication to her country and to her job as a server at the Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater was overshadowed by patrons who chose not to tip her on a nearly $100 bill simply because she is gay.
The four Marines killed in a tragic explosive accident on Wednesday were unexploded bomb experts. The names of the victims have been released.
Google has released its latest transparency report, and to a mild surprise, the United States (U.S.) tops the list for requesting the most user data from the search-engine organization.
After the upheaval caused early this month by the discovery of a small alligator in one of the escalators of O'Hare International Airport, Chicago authorities have revealed a series of photographs showing a woman as she apparently abandons the 18cm long animal.
Thirty-five passengers aboard a U.S. Airways Express flight flying from Philadelphia to Long Island walked off their plane in protest Wednesday after a flight attendant allegedly hassled a blind man and his guide dog.
On Wednesday, House Speaker John Boehner said that an immigration reform bill would not pass the House this year. However, Sen. Schumer is still hopeful that it could pass this year or early next year.
Alexander McQueen's flagship store in New York City has been hit with yet another discrimination lawsuit this year after a Latina saleswoman said she was forced to endure ethnic and personal slurs for a decade.
Two U.S. Secret Service officers are under investigation and have been demoted from President Barack Obama's security detail after being accused of sexual misconduct.
The family of missing autistic teen Avonte Oquendo has requested that all Facebook pages dedicated to finding Avonte be shut down. The family will create a new page shortly.
Twenty-four hours before a convicted child killer was slated to be put to death, Ohio's governor interjected to delay the execution until July so that the inmate could donate his organs.
A gaping sinkhole has swallowed up parts of two homes in central Florida. Other homes in the neighborhood have been evacuated.
Four Marines were killed in an accident at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, Calif.
Ryan Ferguson was released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center in Missouri Tuesday night after spending nearly a decade in prison for a murder that he insists that he did not commit.