Rallies are expected to soon occur around the globe as protesters aligned with the hacktivist movement Anonymous prepare for mass demonstrations scheduled for Tuesday in hundreds of cities from Sydney to Seattle.
After weeks of bad publicity from "Shop and Frisk," Barneys and Macy's had a chance to live up to previous statements of working with officials at a City Council hearing. Instead, they mailed-it in via a strategically written statement.
An African-American teen told Local 6 she faces expulsion because administrators at her private school want her to cut and shape her hair. Vanessa VanDyke said she was given one week to decide to whether cut her hair or leave Faith Christian Academy in Orlando, a school she's been going to since the third grade.
As one world leader after another paid homage to Nelson Mandela at a memorial service, the man standing at arm's length from them appeared to interpret their words in sign language. But advocates for the deaf say he was a faker.
Judge Pressured to Give ‘Affluenza’ Teen Jail Time
Thomas talks with legal analyst Paul Henderson about reports that officials are pushing for jail time for Ethan Couch, the 16-year-old who received no jail time after killing several people while driving drunk, in part because of the innovative "affluenza" defense his attorney used.
Police in Tinley Park, a suburb of Chicago, are investigating fliers promoting actions of the Ku Klux Klan that were found in several driveways throughout the town, according to NBC Chicago and the Chicago Tribune.
Some call it the nation’s second toughest job after the presidency. Being the mayor of New York City comes with high visibility. Get to know the man who became the first democrat to hold the office in two decades.