A South Florida teenager, accused of killing his parents with a hammer and then later hosting a huge party for his friends, will not receive the death sentence if convicted because of his age, officials with the state attorney’s office said yesterday.
A Casey Anthony-themed "dunking booth" is being featured at a Kentucky Fair this year.
In the wake of gay marriage soon becoming a legal institution in the state of New York, the Episcopal Bishop of Long Island, has ordered that homosexual priests wed their partners.
In a written letter, relatives of 9/11 terror attack victims have asked to be involved in the FBI’s probe into the phone hacking scandal surrounding Rupert Murdock's News Corp.
The face of Casey Anthony may soon grace the covers of books across the United States.
Lawyers representing Levi Aron, the self-confessed killer in the horrific Leiby Kletzky murder case, may be preparing an insanity plea in his defense, reports have suggested Monday.
A Texas inmate accused of committing hate crimes during the aftermath of 9/11 will be executed at the Polunsky Correctional Unit in Livingston on Wednesday July 20.
A commercial tour bus traveling from Washington D.C. to Niagara Falls crashed in upstate New York on Sunday afternoon, killing two people and injuring at least eight.
Jury foreman number 11 in the Casey Anthony trial, a trained expert in "reading people," has admitted that the testimony of Casey's father was very suspect.
Peruvians have gathered in Lima to witness the unveiling of the world's largest Christ statue on Wednesday.
Video footage filmed by Jaycee Dugard's kidnappers, taken during her time in captivity, has been released by the El Dorado District's Attorney's office.
Rodney King, infamously made the symbol of the 1992 Los Angeles riots after being videotaped being beaten by cops, was arrested again Tuesday, and later released on bail.
The good Samaritan that caught and returned the baseball that marked Derek Jeter's 3000th hit might have to pay the IRS over $14,000 in taxes according to New York Daily News.
Just days after authorities found a stun gun on a Jet Blue Plane in Newark last week, another man has been apprehended at JFK International Airport for trying to sneak through security with two stun guns tucked away in his luggage.
Detroit's Kwame Kilpatrick, previously known as the "Hip Hop Mayor", will reveal personal details about his fall from grace and his fight back into the limelight in his new memoir Surrendered: The Rise, Fall and Revelation of Kwame Kilpatrick, set for release soon.
Jaycee Dugard's book, A Stolen Life has been put on public release today in bookstores all over the United States.
Baseball fan, Christian Lopez, who graciously returned Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit on Sunday at the Yankee Stadium, has said he would do it again "100 times".
Casey Anthony's alleged offer of $1 million to guest star on the Jerry Springer Show has been denied by Springer late last week.
r being held in captivity for 18 years Jaycee Dugard has given details of her dramatic story in her new book "A Stolen Life" which is set to be released Tuesday.
A simple miscalculation has added four days to the sentence of Casey Anthony, after Judge Perry originally sentenced Anthony to one year for each of the four counts of lying. The new calculation means Anthony will be released on July 17.
A man shot himself Thursday while police were negotiating with him to release his hostages. According to officers, the 34 year-old man, Rodrick Dantlzer, went on a random shooting spree. The shootings occurred mid-afternoon at two different locations in Northeast Grand Rapids.
Casey Anthony, recently acquitted of killing her 2 year-old daughter, will soon be back in the court room to discuss whether or not she will have to repay the state of Florida for investigating her case.
The TSA is set to increase its security procedures following recent intelligence information suggesting terrorists are plotting to surgically implant explosives in their bodies; so called "body bombs."
The recent acquittal of Casey Anthony has angered many across the nation who question her innocence.
The state of Michigan has amended court laws so that jurors can now ask witnesses questions and take notes during trials.