Updated at 10:32 a.m. ET: Twelve people were killed and at least 50 others wounded early Friday when a gunman wearing a bullet-proof vest opened fire during a midnight screening of the latest Batman movie near Denver, authorities and witnesses said.
BURGAS, Bulgaria, July 19 (Reuters) - A suicide bomber carried out the attack that killed eight people in a bus transporting Israeli tourists in Bulgaria, the country's interior minister said on Thursday, and Israel accused Iranian-backed...
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The State of Illinois Judicial Inquiry Board filed a complaint Friday in response to a Chicago Sun-Times investigation that reported 243 incidents where pornographic material was accessed with Will County Judge Joseph C.
A Miami-Dade County Public Schools teacher, who says she has worked at Earlington Heights Elementary for seven years, was arrested after police say she burglarized a home and possessed drugs.
Reina Marta Herrera, 32, was arrested Tuesday and faces charges including burglary, grand theft, heroin possession and criminal mischief. She remains in the Women’s Detention Center held on $23,000 bond.
Miami-Dade Police responded to the burglary in progress Tuesday on the 3500 block of SW 59th Avenue. Detectives on scene saw Herrera in the house and witnessed her climb down a freezer from a bedroom window, an affidavit said.
Herrera admitted to the burglary and also confessed to burglarizing the home twice in May, during which she said she stole money, an engagement ring and a necklace, according to the affidavit...
Why weren’t the first signs taken more seriously? Has there been a serious failure of regulation, or are there strong mitigating circumstances that could explain and justify the lack of resolute action?