A Surprise, Ariz. resident was - not so surprisingly - found guilty on Tuesday on one of two charges of impersonating a peace officer.Continue »
According to CBS affiliate WFOR, police said the man drove his white pickup truck into the police department parking lot, walked into the station and told police he had just stabbed his female neighbor.Continue »
Authorities said a teen they described as mentally challenged teen stole a SEPTA bus from a terminal just before noon, and drove roughly three blocks before officers caught up with him.Continue »
"Attention Wal-Mart customers: All black people leave the store now," the voice calmly announced to the entire store.Continue »
"I had a very weak moment," Washington said at a news conference on Wednesday. "I did wrong and I take responsibility for that and I'm sorry."
The 57-year-old manager met with his players earlier in the day and told them he tested positive in July.Continue »
PICTURES: Shantina Smiley and Son Missing
They're still working on the case, but have given up the search and rescue operation for now, said Lt. Chris Mealy of the Thurston County Sheriff's office.Continue »
Dorey is an experienced mountain biker and geography student from Guernsey, an island in the English Channel, and is on a year exchange at VCU. Police have released a CCTV video that shows Dorey leaving the Gladding Residence Centre at the university on his mountain bike at around 11 a.m two weeks ago Wednesday.Continue »
CAMP VERDE, Ariz. (CBS/AP) According to autopsy results released Tuesday, of the three people who died after an Arizona sweat-lodge ceremony led by James Arthur Ray last October, two succumbed to heat stroke, and the other fell victim to multi-system organ failure.Continue »
"We're not surprised that both our interview with Rielle Hunter and the photographs that accompany it would elicit strong reactions," Nelson said Wednesday. "I have no idea how she feels about the photos, but I think you can see how comfortable she was at the shoot by watching the video posted at GQ.com."Continue »
NEW YORK (CBS) The website Encyclopedia Dramatica has been targeted by the Australian Human Rights Commission, a government agency, for containing racist content.
In January, at the government's request, Google Australia pulled down links to an article on Australian Aborigines contained on the site, and now the commission may file charges against the site's American owner.