The FBI and the Wilson County Sheriff's Office said an estimated $4 million worth of gold was reported stolen during an armed robbery on Interstate 95 over the weekend.
When searching for hidden stash, an obvious place to check is the mattress. Federal police in California did so last week, and found 15 tons of marijuana, and made the second largest weed bust in history at a U.S. border crossing.
The fatal feud started with a squabble on Facebook, devolved into a planned brawl at a park, and ended with a 14-year-old girl dead.
The identity of the masked executioner clutching a knife in ISIS beheading propaganda videos has been revealed.
Kentucky dog trainer says she's taught her dog to read, and can do the same with other canines as well.
San Antonio restaurant owner turns away woman and her service dog, telling her he's allergic to dogs.
Recreational use is now legal, but the state government is still working to determine where and how it can be consumed.
Dogs. Sure, there are plenty who lay around the house all day and just bark at the postal carrier — but then there are some seriously ambitious ones out there. Like Elsa!
Officials say publicly there is no "credible threat" of an attack on America's shopping malls, despite an on-line "call to action" by terror group al Shabab.
Armed men kidnapped an American missionary from a school in Nigeria and have demanded the equivalent of almost $300,000 for her safe return, Nigerian police said Tuesday.
A group of 19 manatees was freed after being trapped in a 36-inch storm drain, officials said early Tuesday.
A train struck a vehicle on tracks between the Southern California cities of Oxnard and Camarillo on Tuesday morning, the passenger rail line Metrolink said on its Twitter account.
A North Carolina single mom of four children said Monday that her $188 million share of the Powerball jackpot from two weeks ago means she can give her kids what they need — but she will still tell them "no" despite the family's financial windfall.
Authorities were searching for clues in a bizarre series of events Sunday night after a former sheriff's deputy, who was accused of fatally shooting his ex-wife, and wounding a sheriff and another deputy, was then found dead with another man.
For the first 10 months of their lives, Knatalye and Adeline Mata were as close as sisters can be. The conjoined twins, one baby “a wild child,” the other more calm, gained their independence last week after a successful separation surgery.
While most of the nation shivers, there are some people who are actually celebrating the cold weather.
Last December 6-year-old Matt Parker asked Santa to help find someone who could give him a new kidney. Now his wish has come true.
Cheryl May was married to her ex-husband for 23 years. He also served 23 years in the U.S. Navy.
It's cold out there! Record-breaking temperatures and massive snowfall have made for a winter wonderland that isn't so wonderful. Lakes are frozen! Boston's buried! Even parts of Florida felt the freeze this week.
90-year-old Harry Stewart shot down German warplanes in World War II, but was denied work as a pilot after the war because of the color of his skin.
Unbelievable photo shows ice shell left behind after Jeep leaves Greenville, North Carolina parking lot.
Las Vegas police say they have taken into custody a suspect believed to be involved with the shooting death of Tammy Meyers — a local mother who was shot outside of her home apparently by someone she had had an altercation with while driving.
Despite Texas' statewide ban on gay marriage, county officials in Austin have married a same-sex couple under a one-time court order issued for medical reasons.
Texas teens arrested after shooting Walmart shoppers with darts.
An Oregon couple has been charged with murder after their infant son starved to death, police said.
A dozen students in Port Angeles, Washington are being asked to stay home for 10 days after their class was exposed to a classmate with measles.
Michele Messer says she is recovering after she says an ex-boyfriend bit off half of her nose.
A University of Massachusetts decision this month to stop admitting Iranian nationals to certain engineering and science programs at its Amherst campus has stirred charges of discrimination and a backlash among students.
Federal and Hazmat officials are trying to figure out what caused a fiery train explosion in West Virginia.
Police seek former Missouri elementary school principal accused of running heroin trafficking ring.
Investigators are questioning why a man described as the busiest burglar in North Texas was freed from state prison after serving just four years of a 60-year sentence. He was arrested again Friday.
U.S. Coast Guard crews faced "near hurricane force winds" as they rescued a father-son team who were stranded at sea after a powerful winter storm ripped their ship's sails.
An Alaska Airlines flight out of Los Angeles International Airport was delayed Saturday night after a passenger said they were stung by a scorpion on the plane, airline officials said.
Florida High School disciplines student for saying "God Bless America.
After being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor last year, one husband immediately arranged a plan for his wife to always remember him on Valentine's Day.
Italy warned that ISIS is at Europe's doorstep as France and Egypt called for the United Nations Security Council to meet over the spiraling crisis in Libya.
Teenagers molested by former New York Yankee Chad Curtis have filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education alleging that school board members had a "blind devotion" to the athlete-turned-teacher even after he was convicted.
A police dog was quarantined Thursday after attacking the 4-year-old son of his police officer handler in the Southern California high desert, leaving the boy with injuries were so severe that doctors had to amputate his left leg.
Employers use social media too, kids. A Texas teenager got fired from her new job less than 24 hours before she started after she used a couple of choice expletives to describe it on Twitter.
Former U.S. Marine Joe Bonfiglio, 24, and his pit bull assistance dog Zen, walk on the campus of Mercy College, in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., on Feb. 4.
A routine dental visit turned into much more for Journee Woodard of Edmond, Oklahoma. The 11-year-old was up for a routine cleaning when hygienist Rachel Stroble noticed something odd about Journee's pearly whites.
An Arizona teen, locked out of his house with his little brother and having forgotten his keys, tried to slide down the chimney — only to have to be rescued by a fire crew Wednesday, officials said.
World leaders announced on Thursday a cease-fire to the violence in eastern Ukraine that has claimed more than 5,000 lives and forced hundreds of thousands more to flee their homes.
If you ever doubted the connection between a dog and their human companion, you might want to think again.
Bob Simon, a correspondent for the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes," was killed Wednesday night in a car accident in New York City, authorities said.
Accused gunman claims he shot three Muslim students after dispute over parking space, but police aren't ruling out the possibility of a hate crime.
We often think it won't happen to us, that devastation will strike somewhere else. For 59-year-old Roger Martin of Stanley, North Carolina afterthought became reality Sunday morning.
Car thief takes car with sleeping baby inside, later abandoning both the child and the vehicle.
Part-time janitors rarely bequeath $6 million to local causes, but Ron Read was no ordinary janitor. He was a secret millionaire.
You only want me for my body! It’s become a common accusation in crumbling relationships the world over. But how about, You only want me for my dead body? It’s an accusation that seems befit of someone willing to marry a mass murderer.