American Headline News for 26 Jan 2022
Ryan Mitchell Smith had been on the lam since late Monday when he fled from police in his dad's pickup truck as investigators were searching for his then-missing father.
Owners in the luxury building banded together to appeal their tax assessments.
Kathryn Moore said that she was eventually transferred and canned because she told the principal at Parley's Park Elementary about the harassment in December 2020.
Kentucky police arrested a man allegedly behind a burglary spree where he broke into homes to steal women's underwear and bras.
The suspect, whose name was not released because he is 16-years-old, sold the victim the powerful opioid in 2020, Santa Clara prosecutors said in a press release.
Two brothers and their friend were arrested after they allegedly beat their stepfather to death after he was accused of sexually abusing their sister in a Texas trailer park home, a report said.
Arizona's recreational weed program brought tons of cash for education and health services in 2021, the first year cannabis was legal to purchase in the Grand Canyon State.
Anna Bella Dukes was arrested Monday for her part in the February 2021 murder of former correction officer Elias Otero, 24, Albuquerque police said.
A Virginia woman has reportedly been ordered to stay clear of the home of Apple CEO Tim Cook after she allegedly stalked him for over a year.
Russia has not assembled sufficient forces to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine imminently, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Wednesday.
Connecticut detectives opened an investigation into the accidental fatal drug overdose of Lauren Smith-Fields hours after the medical examiner issued her cause of death, which her family questioned.... Smith-Fields, 23, was killed by "acute intoxication due to the combined effects of fentanyl, promethazine, hydroxyzine and alcohol," after a Dec. 11 date with an unnamed man...
A judge has sentenced a former Northwestern University professor to 53 years in prison Tuesday for the 2017 stabbing death of his boyfriend
The U.S. government plans to capture more wild horses on federal lands this year than ever before
A conservation group is turning over a historic redwood grove on the Northern California coast to descendants of the original Native American inhabitants
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalization of marijuana
Sean Caddle, whose clients have included prominent New Jersey Democrats, pleaded guilty in a scheme that led to a fatal stabbing.
A school board outside of Seattle voted to stop requiring students to read 'To Kill a Mockingbird', a novel about racism and injustice in the Jim Crow-era Deep South.
Planks of burgundy cedar wood frame 700 mismatched windows, forming a patchwork quilt of glass panes against a backdrop of mountain peaks and rolling groves of evergreens.
The shooting deaths of an off-duty Illinois State Police trooper and his wife were ruled a murder-suicide by the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office.
Evidence of ancient hybrid camels has been uncovered by archaeologists who were working to restore a temple in northern Iraq damaged by ISIS.
The former first lady is selling a hat she wore for a visit by the French president amid volatility in the value of the digital currency being used for the auction.
Kristina Kvien, the charge d'affairs, made the remarks to ABC News.
A Chinese teen sold as an infant has died by suicide after a social media search reunited him with his birth parents who then abandoned him again.
The Kremlin has called on the US to provide written guarantees that Ukraine and other former Soviet bloc states would never be allowed to join NATO.
The Syrian Democratic Forces said they had regained control of a prison in the city of Hasaka days after it was attacked by Islamic State fighters. Here's the latest.