Calling it "the most extreme case" of harboring a fugitive, prosecutors want the girlfriend of reputed mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger to spend the next decade in prison. Catherine Greig is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District court in Boston.
Investigators are trying to determine what set off a Long Island man who was killed in a standoff with police after he crashed his pickup truck into a utility pole and then fired on responding paramedics.
The full moon rose steadily like movie credits and then hovered on the other side of the Missouri River, backlighting downtown Omaha. It was Homecoming Night at Central High. The Eagles hosted Millard South at their new football stadium, built largely from donations from the city's first family, the Buffetts. Over the din of cheering parents, the strains of the pep band and the refs' whistles, a distinct voice, deep and firm, pierced the autumn air. C'mon Jemal, remember your stance!
ARLINGTON, Texas -- They came early. Earlier than they'd ever come for a baseball game. On a hot Saturday afternoon, they lined up behind the tall steel gates an hour before they would open. They squeezed into the ballpark wearing the blue and red T-shirts and holding white towels and brooms with deer antlers tied to them. The Rangers faithful came for a baseball game, yes, but they also came for a party.
For the first time in decades, the hunting of the gray wolf is legal again in the United States. And that's a good thing for ranchers like Cindy Siddoway of Terreton, Idaho, whose sheep are threatened every day by wolves.
Five former Blackwater Worldwide security guards indicted on voluntary manslaughter and other charges in connection with killings in Iraq were released on their own recognizance Monday after a court hearing.
The strength of the 2007 NBA Draft doesn't lie in its guards, although that doesn't mean that some of the backcourt stars expected to be chosen in the first round Thursday night won't be fine NBA players in time.
The following is a transcript released by Vice President Dick Cheney's office of his interview by Fox News' Brit Hume conducted Wednesday. It was Cheney's first public comment since accidentally shooting and wounding a friend during a hunting trip on Sunday.
Two results within hours of each other at the Torino Games exemplify the dizzying highs and crushing lows of Olympic competition, where one chance at glory comes every four years and can vanish in a heartbeat.
Organizers of the Fourth East Asian Games face a race against time to get all facilities and stadiums ready, although they remain confident everything will run smoothly before the flame is lit on October 29.
The suspect in the shooting deaths of six deer hunters in northwest Wisconsin told investigators he fired at the hunters after they made racial slurs and shot at him, according to an affidavit released Tuesday.
Bob Elderkin's vote would appear to be a sure bet for President Bush on November 2. He is a hunter, part of a conservative-leaning group of outdoorsmen that is 38 million strong and avidly supports gun rights.