New Mexico prosecutors announced Tuesday they will ask a grand jury to indict two former Las Cruces police officers recently fired following an investigation into an alleged incident of police brutality.
The leaders of soccer federations corrupted the sport for nearly a quarter century by taking $150 million in bribes and payoffs, U.S. prosecutors said Wednesday as they laid out a sweeping case involving over a dozen people and marquee events as the World Cup.
The chief of Israel’s air force on Wednesday played down worries voiced by some fellow officials about the possibility of Egypt acquiring advanced Russian-made air defenses.
Islamic State sympathizers may have been behind more than a dozen threats in the last two days to international flights using U.S. airports or flying over American airspace, U.S. law enforcement and security sources said on Wednesday.
Manny Waks stands on a street corner in Park Slope, Brooklyn. He drank so much the night before that he doesn’t remember what time he got back to his hotel room.
After 31 years on the run, one of Italy’s most feared mafiosos has been arrested on a quiet street in north-eastern Brazil.
A new investigation into alleged sexual abuse at an elite New York City private school has found that the abuse was more widespread than previously reported.
A Russian man was given just what he deserved when he decided to grope his waitress – ending up flat on the floor after she smacked him repeatedly with the only weapon she had to hand: a menu.
A police officer who was dragged into the woods by three attackers was saved thanks to his trusty dog.
Taylor Swift has joined the likes of Beyoncé Knowles and Oprah Winfrey to be named one of Forbes’ Most Powerful Women.