He uncovered political corruption, police brutality and gave voice to ordinary people, winning numerous accolades along the way. He was 88.
The simple gesture sent a clear message to the family of Trooper Carlos Rosario-Flores that they were not alone.
Tom Brady's jerseys from Super Bowl wins over Seattle and Atlanta have been located. And Houston PD says the NFL needs to improve security.
A car belonging to "Real Housewives of New Jersey's" Kim DePaola has been linked to a double homicide.
"I try very hard not to engage in any isms of any kind," the FBI director said.
Planning on coloring Easter eggs this year with the family? Here are a few tips to ensure your hard-boiled eggs are egg-ceptional.
If you call back, you could be charged hefty fees.
A Lake Forest mom and leader of EASE Autism Support Group discusses "Sesame Street's" new goal to educate kids on living with autism.
Spur Of The Moment: Woodrow Fields and friends who rode their horses through Walmart and said it was all in fun.
Much of the lobbying efforts went towards a bill that would permanently bar the government from giving taxpayers prefilled filings.
The man who brought in many of the key pieces of the 1990s Chicago Bulls dynasty died Tuesday.
Peanut yelped and ran until her owner responded. Outside, he found a 3-year-old girl, naked, shivering and curled up against the cold.
British press reported that shots were fired and government staff were told to stay in their offices.
"Seinfeld" characters dreamed of scamming the deposit law. A Michigan man actually did for about three years, authorities said.
Sarah Fowlkes, an anatomy and physiology instructor at Lockhart High School, was all smiles in her mugshot.
Scott Westrick, father of Atlanta girl who stole pope's hat, says it all happened too fast and his daughter does what she wants.
Authorities in Israel arrested a teenager with dual Israeli-American citizenship in connection with the threats.
The police K-9 was visiting Discovery Kingdom when he was spotted by this curious dolphin.
Quinnipiac University found that 56 percent of American voters disapprove of the GOP's health care plan while only 17 percent approve of it.
Numerous reports suggested the House does not have the votes to pass the American Health Care Act.