A New York City man is suing the Metropolitan Museum of Art, claiming that any paintings that depict Jesus as white should be taken down.
A Michigan judge has sent three children to juvenile detention for refusing to have lunch with their father.
Prosecutors in New York City say a dental office manager, who was not licensed in the state, performed complicated procedures on patients, including at least one root canal. Valbona Yzeiraj, 45, is accused of causing physical harm to at least two patients, the New York Times reported.
Two Wisconsin girls were found to be competent to stand trial in the brutal stabbing of a classmate. The girls, who were 12 at the time of the attack, are alleged to have carried out the attack in order to please a fictional online character called Slenderman.
A Montana homeowner is facing a murder charge after he fatally shot a teenager who had entered his garage. The 30-year-old man, Markus Kaarma, pleaded not guilty and is expected to claim the "castle doctrine" as his defense.
A 47-year-old mother of three and former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader is facing charges for an alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy. Molly Shattuck, formerly known as the oldest cheerleader in the NFL, pleaded not guilty to charges of third-degree rape and unlawful sexual contact.
The judge in the murder trial of former New England Patriots’ star Aaron Hernandez has thrown out evidence taken from cells phones and other electronic devices that were seized at Hernadez’s home.
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.
A Michigan lawmaker is drawing attention for his plan to crack down on truancy among high school students, a problem that is growing worse in many states.State Rep. Andy Schor, a Democrat, has proposed that a truant student's driving privileges be suspended or withheld.
A Minnesota mother, Jessica Zelinske, has filed a $150,000 lawsuit against her former employer, arguing that the company said it would be OK for her to pose nude in "Playboy," but then turned around and fired her once the spread was published.
A New Jersey court has ruled that the sender of the text messages can also be held legally liable if they know that the recipient will read them while driving.