Violent crime in the United States, such as murder and aggravated assault, dropped 6 percent in 2010, at the same time, the number of murders jumped substantially in major cities in the Northeast, the FBI reported Monday.
The hours are dwindling for death row inmate Troy Davis as hundreds of thousands from all over the world voice their support for a stay of the Georgia prisoner's execution, which is scheduled to take place Wednesday, Sept. 21.
The airplane that plummeted into a crowd of spectators at the National Championship Air Race show in Reno last week appears to have been modified for speed, according to pilot Jimmy Leeward, who documented the changes in a June video.
Alec Baldwin has criticized Fox Network after it disallowed a taped skit for Sunday's Emmy telecast in which the actor poked fun at News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch and the highly publicized phone hacking scandal.
Nevada is still reeling after an air show crash in Reno left more than 50 injured and at least 3 dead, Saturday.
Massive new security procedures are being instituted at all 32 NFL stadiums to improve security; fans will no longer be searched only from the ankles to the knees, but also from the waist up.
The FBI has said that it are closing in on the leader of the hacking group responsible for breaking into more than 50 celebrity cell phones, stealing texts and images from them.
Minutes after eating his last meal, death row inmate Duane Edward Buck, 48, received a reprieve from the U.S. Supreme Court based on questions about a psychologist who testified that blacks and Hispanics were more likely to commit future crimes.
On her way to San Francisco Wednesday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was instructed to evacuate her plane at Dulles International Airport by sliding down an emergency chute, according to Court spokesperson McCabe Estrada.
In the latest development to the Scarlett Johansson leaked photos scandal, the FBI is reportedly “honing in” on a group of hackers who allegedly stole the pictures from her phone, according to TMZ.
Over 3,000 faith leaders from across all 50 states are now urging the Georgia Board of Pardons & Paroles to consider clemency for death row convict Troy Davis.
One year after a devastating and historic flood, Pakistan once again is suffering through rising waters and casualties.
On the heels of a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to dismiss a sex discrimination class-action lawsuit against the retail giant in June, Wal-Mart has announced its intention to expand opportunities for women.
Retired baseball slugger Manny Ramirez, 39, known for his many years of power hitting with the Boston Red Sox, is the latest in a long line of famous athletes and celebrities to be accused of or charged with domestic violence.
Andy Whitfield, the celebrated actor of the hit television series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, died on Sunday of non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 39.
American hostages Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer may soon be released from an Iranian prison, where the two have been held for over two years.