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SANTA CLARITA, CA (RNN) – A mother of six, who was returning home from a hospital visit with her premature twin babies, was killed in a car crash in which alcohol is suspected to be a factor.
SANILAC COUNTY, MI (RNN) - A convicted sex offender received joint custody of the 8-year-old son of his victim.
A Missouri day care operator was charged Thursday in federal court with secretly taking a client's baby to Arkansas for visits with a couple with whom she was trying to arrange an illegal adoption of the infant.
Monday’s total solar eclipse may turn out to be fortuitous for more than a dozen black cats at an Indiana animal shelter.
Since 2006, the nation's largest police departments have fired at least 1,881 officers for misconduct that betrayed the public's trust, from cheating on overtime to unjustified shootings. But The Washington Post has found that departments have been forced to reinstate more than 450 officers after appeals required by union contracts.
ATLANTA – Victims of child sexual abuse will have more time to pursue legal action against their abuser and, in some cases, the institutions that failed to protect them as children, under a bill that awaits state lawmakers.
OTTUMWA, Iowa — An Iowa man has found himself at odds with his landlord over a pet that his medical provider says is necessary to his mental health.
BOSTON — A new federal rule that would stop banks and other companies from using fine print to block legal action against them by consumers is hitting stiff resistance from the financial industry and GOP-controlled Congress.
While the homicide of a young man appears to be shrouded in mystery, a fight over roughly $188,000 is among the many muddy details that have surfaced since his death. Alexander Arthur Stevens, 24, of Frostburg, Maryland was found dead, naked and with his throat slashed in Mountain Maryland woods on Jan. 4. Although police ruled his death a homicide, they have not named a suspect. Yet events that led to — and facts uncovered after — his death include myriad odd details sprawled inside thick files in the Allegany County Courthouse.