Seven days brought seven mass shootings, but most of the carnage was confined to three events in or near night spots last weekend.
Some guards are also accused of facilitating multi-kilo coke and meth drug deals on the outside.
We spoke to people at Clay Dragon Tattoo Studio, where you can get a Donald Trump tattoo for free, about why they would put the presidential candidate on their body.
The rapper who once claimed he smoked 81 blunts a day continues to follow his destiny of becoming a major player in the pot industry.
Brockville’s Tackaberry Airport will soon share its lands with firing ranges and a “simulation villiage” for urban assault training.
Dennis Oland is getting life in prison for the killing of his dad, who was part of the wealthy Moosehead beer-brewing family, but Saint John blue bloods think he’s innocent.
The incredible lawsuit filed against the estate of slain 19-year-old engineering student Quintonio LeGrier comes at a delicate time in Chicago policing.
Lawyer Marie Henein basically said the complainants played the victim card to justify lying.
After escaping from Mexican prison twice, the drug cartel boss could get extradited, and Brooklyn is the early frontrunner to host his trial.
Called “Son of Sal” by his neighbours on Staten Island, Salvatore Perrone targeted three shopkeepers in Brooklyn for brutal slayings.
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Lonnie David Franklin, Jr. was arrested in 2010 for allegedly murdering ten black women in South LA over a period of two decades. Now he’s finally going on trial.
After Bernie Sanders drubbed Hillary Clinton in a New Hampshire primary blowout, his supporters were jubilant, confident, and convinced that their man has a real good shot to be president.
Before the New Hampshire primary most of the campaigns were promising victories, but few managed to back up their words.
An inter-family feud has seen two men shot dead within the last week.
We sent Bun B to New Hampshire’s primary night parties, and he came away feeling oddly positive about John Kasich.
There wasn’t a lot of drama in Tuesday night’s New Hampshire primaries, but the country edged just a tiny bit closer to a Trump–Sanders showdown in the general election.
A high-profile bust shows how stronger varieties of heroin are arriving in a state infamous for prescription drug “pill mills.”
“My demons won today. I’m sorry,” was the activist’s last Facebook post.
Last month, four teenagers in Western Michigan were diagnosed with toxic shock syndrome from using tampons. Why are so many young women still getting TSS?
Is every inmate a potential entrepreneur?
For many refugees, coming out as a homosexual is out of the question, because they are still targets of the same people they feared at home.
Project Heat tells the story of life in East New York’s Pink Houses just as an NYPD cop faces trial for accidentally killing a resident.
A Florida man has done another Florida man thing, this time by tossing a gator through a Wendy’s drive-thru.
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are leading in the polls—but more important for unofficial merchandise vendors, they’ve got the juice to move a lot of hats, buttons, and shirts.
The latest high-profile case of a fatal police shooting in Chicago has taken a bizarre turn.
Puerto Rico is edging away from its notoriously harsh marijuana laws, and activist groups are leading the way.
Our newest political correspondent spends Super Bowl Sunday with the Republicans who want to be president.
Evan and Jordan Caldwell, both 17, died in a crash after using their toboggan on a bobsled and luge course over the weekend.
Cyber monitoring is now so efficient that you may never be able to slack off again.
Jeb Bush’s supporters are holding onto hope that the rest of the Republican Party is about to realize that the scion of the old-guard GOP is the best man for the job. Is there any chance they’re right?
Brooklyn Defense Attorney Howard Greenberg concedes Karmik Grant-Byas has done “despicable” things to women, but says his client did not compel them to perform commercial sex acts against their will.
While Republicans debated immigration and ISIS in New Hampshire, a group of protesters gathered outside to demonstrate that there were votes to be had if one of them would back a $15 minimum wage.
After years of backing affably naive Bible-thumpers, Christian conservatives have finally found a presidential candidate that can win.