The Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on the company issuing “Made in USA” certification seals, alleging that the company is letting partners use the seal without checking that the products were in fact made in the United States.
A Virginia man has agreed to get a vasectomy in order to reduce his sentence as part of a child endangerment case. The judge ruled that Jessie Lee Herald, a 27-year-old father of seven, needs to be able to support the children before fathering any more.
A Canadian woman could receive a life sentence in prison for causing a deadly car crash after stopping to help baby ducks. In 2010, Emma Czornobaj parked her car in the left lane of a Montreal highway and got out to help the ducklings that were on the median. Her parked car caused a pileup that left a father and daughter dead.
A family is fighting back after their teenage son was sentenced to up to 15 years in prison for his role in an armed robbery. Cooper Van Huizen, 16, was expecting a sentence of around six months when he took the advice of his attorney and pleaded guilty.
Oscar Pistorius broke down in sobs and howls while testifying at his murder trial, forcing the judge to adjourn early on Tuesday.
Self-defense or cold-blooded murder? That is the question in the murder trial of Ana Trujillo, who stabbed her boyfriend with her stiletto heel at least 25 times. The incident occurred after Trujillo, 45, and 59-year-old Alf Stefan Andersson got into a heated argument at his condo after a night out.
A Washington, D.C., man was found guilty yesterday on a charge relating to his possession of antique replica muzzleloader bullets.
A federal court upheld a school ban that said students cannot wear American flag t-shirts on Cinco de Mayo, a Mexican holiday that is celebrated in the United States, for safety reasons.
The murder trial continued today for Amanda Hayes, a woman accused of helping her husband murder his ex-girlfriend after a custody dispute.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that a huge NSA metadata collection was lawful.
A man who confessed to the high-profile 1979 murder of six-year-old Etan Patz may go free due to lack of evidence, according to the New York Post. Pedro Hernandez, 52, was arrested in May 2012 in Maple Shade, NJ, after police were tipped off that he had confessed to family members and his church group.