The Golden Globes inched closer to legitimacy in its 72nd show.
3,000 people gathered Sunday afternoon for a silent march in remembrance of the victims.
Testing was done by the U.S. EPA, Allen County and Husky Energy for a variety of contaminants.
John Lee, 29, was arrested following a high-speed chase in nearby Washington state after the shootings Saturday.
The trials began last week within days of each other, competing for jurors, security, headlines and the public’s attention.
Robert Anton Woodring was indicted in 1984 for failing to surrender in 1977.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s two sons are up against his daughter in a dispute over two of his most cherished items.
Opponents will use lower prices to argue that the pipeline now could pose a greater threat to the environment.
A federal judge agreed to look into whether the EEOC’s attempt to settle the case was “sincere and reasonable.”
The meeting will highlight domestic and international efforts to prevent extremists and their supporters from radicalizing.
A look at the gatherings in cities across the globe:
Protesters said the amount of time symbolized the four-and-a-half hours that Michael Brown lay in the street after he was shot.
A judge ruled last year that the state doesn’t do enough to help inmates with mental illness.
The demonstrators braved freezing temperatures in Manhattan’s Washington Square Park.
“Close, but no cigar this time,” the company’s billionaire founder, Elon Musk, announced via Twitter.
When officers arrived at the scene, the man and the baby were gone.
The former Boy Scout volunteer pleaded no contest to child endangerment in a molestation case in 2009.
From fascinating to tragic- a lot happened this week.
A fire is still burning at Husky Lima Refinery, sending smoke high into the air.
All 11 involved have pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges in Sioux Falls.
The agency says nearly 40 people complained of dizziness, palpitations and numbness after eating the bread.
Top state officials had several meetings where they applied pressure on the city to force Jackson to resign.
She is accused of having sex with one student and giving marijuana to another.
Maryland’s second-highest ranking Episcopal leader was charged with drunken driving and manslaughter.
Zimmerman is scheduled for a court appearance at 9 a.m. Saturday.