Bradley Manning Acquitted of Aiding Enemy, Guilty of Espionage and Other Charges
Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army private who leaked classified documents to the website Wikileaks in 2010, was acquitted Tuesday of aiding the enemy, the most serious of the many charges brought against him. He will still go to jail, though, likely for a very long time, because he was convicted of num…
Dozens of Explosions at Florida Propane Plant Injure 8, Including 5 Critically
Late Monday night, a series of explosions rocked the Blue Rhino LP gas plant in Tavares, Florida, injuring eight workers, five of them critically.
FBI Busts Massive Child-Prostitution Ring, Rescues 105 Missing Kids
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Monday that it executed an extensive operation over the weekend that led to the arrest of 150 people on child-prostitution charges and the rescue of 105 children.
Ariel Castro Pleads Guilty, Receives Life Plus 1,000 Years in Jail
Ariel Castro pleads guilty.
New Movies: ‘The Wolverine,’ ‘The To-Do List’
New movies this weekend include 'Wolverine' and...well, I'm sure there's more.
High-Speed Train Derails in Spain, Killing 78, Injuring Many More
A high-speed train in northwestern Spain derailed Wednesday night, killing 78 passengers and injuring at least 140 more, including five Americans.
NYC Mayoral Candidate Caught Sexting (Again), Vows to Stay in Race
Anthony Weiner resigned from Congress because of sexting. He wants to be Mayor of New York. Time to put your mobile device away...or give it to your wife.
Aurora Theater Shooting Survivors Get Married Exactly One Year Later
Every wedding is special. Every wedding date is special. But this one? Well, as you'll see, there's a little something extra.
New Movies: ‘Turbo,’ ‘The Conjuring,’ ‘R.I.P.D.,’ ‘Red 2′
Four major new releases hit theaters this weekend, spanning multiple genres and targeting very different audiences. Hooray for variety!
Rolling Stone Puts Boston Marathon Bomber on Cover, Lots of Folks Not Happy About It [UPDA…
Alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhohkar Tsarnaev will be on the cover of next month's Rolling Stone. The decision has sparked a great deal of controversy, with many condemning the magazine for glamorizing the suspected terrorist.