2 Arrested After Stabbing At Indiana University
Two Indiana University students were charged Sunday morning in connection with a stabbing that injured another student at a campus apartment building, school officials said.
Juvenile Suspect Punches Police Dog
Authorities say a south Jersey youth repeatedly punched a police dog during an unsuccessful bid to avoid arrest in a burglary investigation.
Taylor Farms Recalls Broccoli Salad, Slaw
Taylor Farms is recalling broccoli salad and slaw sold across 25 eastern and southern states because they contain ingredients that may be contaminated with Listeria.
Christie Blames Aid Delay On Washington
Governor Chris Christie says he understands victims' frustrations a year after Superstorm Sandy but maintains that his administration isn't to blame for delays in aid reaching victims.
Mass. Mom’s ‘Heart Is Broken’ Over Teacher Killing
The mother of the Massachusetts teenager accused of killing his teacher inside a school bathroom is brokenhearted over the educator's death and seeks prayers for her son, according to a statement released Saturday by her son's defense attorney.
Pa. Cop Takes 2nd Cop Hostage, Kills Self
Authorities say an off-duty eastern Pennsylvania deputy sheriff took another off-duty officer hostage at gunpoint, then fatally shot himself.
NSA Spying Threatens To Hamper US Foreign Policy
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are moving to quell international anger over reports of widespread U.S. surveillance abroad.
Mass. Students Back In Class, 2 Days After Killing
Students at the Massachusetts school where a classmate allegedly killed a teacher returned Friday, surrounded by reassuring extra safety measures as well as tributes to the victim, including trees adorned with pink ribbons, her favorite color.
Merkel: US Spying Has Shattered Allies’ Trust
European leaders united in anger as they attended a summit overshadowed by reports of widespread U.S. spying on its allies — allegations German Chancellor Angela Merkel said had shattered trust in the Obama administration and undermined the crucial trans-Atlantic relationship.
Healthcare.gov Failures Surface At Hill Hearing
The leading contractors on the Obama administration's troubled health insurance website told Congress Thursday that the government failed to thoroughly test the complicated system before it went live.
Sportscaster Bill Mazer Dies At 92
Bill Mazer, the sports-talk radio pioneer who also was a fixture in New York television during a 60-year career, died Wednesday. He was 92.
Mass. Town Mourns After Boy Charged In Teacher’s Death
She had a bright smile, a preference for pink, and an admitted overenthusiasm for the subjects she taught. The lanky boy was just a decade younger, new to the school, with a pleasant manner but little to say.