The trial of alleged "Grim Sleeper" Lonnie Franklin Jr. headed to a close Monday after months of testimony about a serial killer who stalked women during the 1980s crack cocaine epidemic, then lay low for 14 years before renewing the grisly sex attacks
Experts have studied the minds of serial killers for year. Now they say many of them might have a unique brain structure. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.
Two months, 31 arguments and 18 decisions since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, is the Supreme Court hopelessly deadlocked or coping as a party of eight
Detroit Public Schools can't afford teachers, summer school or special education services — and lots of schools across the nation are cutting budgets.
British consumer goods company Reckitt Benckiser has apologized and accepted responsibility for selling deadly disinfectants that killed or injured about 180 people
Officials thought little Nickerson, Nebraska, was the perfect spot for a chicken processing plant and the accompanying 1,100 jobs, but no one celebrated when the news leaked out
Ted Cruz's campaign said his wife "misspoke" when she referred to Cruz as an immigrant. It's an important distinction for his presidential hopes.
Violence broke out between protestors and police during May Day celebrations in Seattle. Authorities report Molotov cocktails, rocks, and bottles were thrown by the protestors.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will walk away with a $55 million severance package if the company's auction of its Internet operations culminates in a sale that ousts her from her job
Thousands are expected to rally in cities across the United States on Sunday for immigrant and worker rights and against hateful campaign rhetoric in a heated presidential election year
May Day demonstrators carrying signs and chanting slogans have taken to the streets of Los Angeles to demand more rights for workers and immigrants
The University of Hartford, which once served as home to the federally-funded Museum of American Political Life, is facing a legal fight over plans to auction off one of the great collections of political and campaign memorabilia in the United States
Audiences loved the bite-sized sketches that initially brought the comedic duo fame, but critics say the transition to feature film was rocky.
Olympian Nick Simmonds is auctioning off some space on his arm that can be used for ads during the 2016 track and field season. Problem is, he's not exactly allowed to do that. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) breaks it down.