An ex-student at the Missouri Military Academy filed a lawsuit saying the facility did nothing to stop the beatings he endured. The boy attempted suicide to avoid returning to school.
Hundreds of Gold Rush-era artifacts will be held at an auction in Reno, Nevada. The treasures were recovered from the “Ship of Gold” which sank in an 1857 hurricane.
Steven Abreu, fired from Maryland’s Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office and charged for sexual assault on a woman in custody, faces a new 50-count indictment, including 9 counts of rape.
Three Florida teenagers were arrested Wednesday for spray-painting racist and antisemitic messages several times in South Florida. No names were released because they’re juveniles.
Economists Harry Holzer and Joel Griffith say the Federal Reserve suggesting wage growth decline to ease inflation is “tone deaf” and ignores supply and demand.
The City of New Orleans has ended a ban on the use of facial recognition technology by police amid a surge in violent crime. Critics of the move have questions.
Lakewood, Colorado, police are unable to pursue stolen vehicles recorded on high-tech license plate reader cameras because they don’t have enough manpower.
Two corrections officers at High Desert State Prison in Susanville, California, shot and killed two inmates who were stabbing a fellow prisoner on Tuesday, officials said.
The FBI says they are casting a “wide net in multiple states” to find Christopher Francisquini, the Connecticut fugitive accused of killing his 11-month old daughter.
Four lions that were born at breeding facilities in Ukraine have been sent to a Minnesota animal sanctuary. The cubs stayed at a zoo in Poland before being sent to the U.S.