Track Sensors Fail Tests in D.C. Crash Investigation

Investigators found that the devices on the stretch of track near where nine people were killed in a train crash didn't pass tests.

Supreme Court Rules Strip Search of Child Illegal

The Supreme Court says a school's strip search of an Arizona teenage girl accused of having prescription-strength ibuprofen was illegal.

New Book Claims Jacqueline Kennedy Seduced Marlon Brando

New book about Jackie Kennedy claims she seduced actor Marlon Brando in 1964

Friends Gather Near Farrah Fawcett as Health Declines

Friends and family of the ailing actress have been summoned to her bedside to begin saying their final goodbyes

Off-Duty Cop Shoots 2 in Parking Lot After MLB Game

The officer, who was walking to his car with his wife and two small children about 25 minutes after the game, was hit in the head with a bottle or club.

Landlord Admits to Peeping on Women Tenants

A suburban Philadelphia landlord has admitted setting up spy cameras and secretly recording women tenants for nearly two decades.

Coach's Alleged Killer Led Cops on Chase Days Before

The man who allegedly gunned down a popular Iowa football coach, was to have gone to a hospital psychiatric ward after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase Saturday - several days before the shooting.

Pop Tarts: Linda Hogan Barks Back At Hulk's Hairdresser

Ms. Bollea bites back after her former hairdresser testifies that she was violent towards Hulk and used money on drugs.