A judge decided Friday that a 9-year-old Minneapolis boy who hopped a flight to Las Vegas should remain in a facility outside his home for now.
The public and the news media will be barred from a pretrial hearing in the Colorado theater shooting case that will include testimony from a psychiatrist who evaluated whether defendant James Holmes was insane, the judge ruled Friday.
The Detroit City Council on Friday approved two measures tied to the development of a new Red Wings hockey arena and entertainment complex just north of downtown.
A Minnesota militia member charged in what the FBI once called a "terror plot" to blow up the Montevideo police station allegedly told authorities in May that even though he had bombs, he was not a violent person and was using the Internet to investigate bad and dangerous people, according to a document unsealed Friday.
A former Phoenix police officer was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison on assault and manslaughter charges after the fatal 2010 shooting of man during a domestic violence call, concluding a 3-year-old case that boiled down to dueling accounts by the only witnesses — the defendant and his partner.
Gay couples wed in Utah after judge strikes down same-sex marriage ban in conservative state
Top charges are likely to be reduced against an off-duty undercover NYPD officer and nine other bikers charged in the highway beating of a SUV driver.
A Las Vegas company that owns casinos in Nevada, Colorado, Iowa and Missouri fell victim to a cyberattack earlier this year, compromising the credit and debit card information of patrons at 11 sites, company officials said Friday.
A Maryland man convicted of illegally helping Iran launch its first satellite has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
Police officers searching for a missing boy discovered two bodies Friday near the suburban Atlanta apartment complex where the child disappeared.
Responsibility in the case of a 5-year-old boy who has been missing for months and is feared dead could go beyond a fired social worker and her supervisor, Gov. Deval Patrick suggested on Friday.
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and former spokesman gave a speech a few months after 9/11 saluting the attacks and warning that more strikes by al-Qaida were on the way, U.S. prosecutors said in court papers made public Friday.
A prosecutor said Friday the owner of a thrill ride tampered with the machine prior to an October mishap at the North Carolina State Fair that seriously injured three patrons.
Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a second time against a man who admitted killing three people in Massachusetts and New Hampshire during a weeklong crime spree.
A Florida teen convicted of having sex with her underage girlfriend has been released from jail after finishing her sentence.