Man Dead, Child Clings to Life Following Shooting on Treasure Coast
A Treasure Coast man, accused of killing the friend of his ex-girlfriend's family then shooting her young son, was seeking revenge and also felt disrespected about a Burger King sandwich he received, investigators said Wednesday.
Detroit barber shop shooting leaves 3 dead, 8 wounded.
Detroit police confirmed today that three people died, in addition to eight who were wounded, in a shooting incident on the east side of the city a day earlier. Police said they were searching for two suspects who were believed to have fled the scene in two vehicles after the shooting.
A potentially decisive month for the Affordable Care Act is beginning, with the Obama administration racing to meet its target of getting its health-insurance website functioning normally by the end of November. Louise Radnofsky reports. Photo: Getty Images.
White, Anti-Gay Republican Wins Local Election After Pretending To Be Black
Dave Wilson, who unsuccessfully ran for Houston mayor in 2011, narrowly won a seat on the Houston Community College Board of Trustees after pretending to be black in his predominantly African American district.
Detroit Woman Outraged After Racist Text From Limo Booking Company
Candis Doss, 25, tells Fox 2 she tried booking a limo for her mother's birthday through Detroit Limo Party Bus. When her phone dropped the call, she says she received a racist text message from the number she called.
Marissa Sargeant said her 14-year-old son was arrested for shoplifting at a Walmart in Bucks County on Tuesday night. Authorities said cops hit the teen in the face with a Taser while trying to run away.
Air travel could soon get a lot noisier. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission next month will consider lifting a ban on in-flight cellphone calls, the The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News reported on Thursday.
Philadelphia contractor is accused of choosing greed over safety and prosecutors say the decision cost 6 people their lives. Murder and manslaughter charges were filed against Griffin Campbell Monday. Campbell was in charge of the demolition of a 4-story building back in June.
Bob Dylan Investigated in France for Racist Comments
Bob Dylan is under investigation in France after a Croatian community organization alleged comments he made to Rolling Stone magazine last year amounted to incitement of racial hatred. In the magazine's September issue, the singer said racism was holding America back. Saying quote: "If you got a slave master or (Ku Klux) Klan in your blood, blacks can sense that." Adding quote: "That stuff lingers to this day. Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood."
Spelman College, a historically black liberal arts college for women in Atlanta, has garnered attention for dropping intercollegiate sports and refocusing towards science, technology, engineering and math. Gwen Ifill talks to President Beverly Daniel Tatum, who was honored with an award by the Carnegie Corporation.