A California police chief is defending his decision to issue a fake press release reporting the arrest of two gang members as a ruse to mislead rivals who planned to kill them.
A man who gouged out his own eye while in jail is suing Rio Grande County saying jailers failed to adequately protect him from himself.
A Vermont couple says their effort to shoo away a moose that appeared to be bonding with their farm's two cows was successful.
New York City police are looking for three men who taunted a Muslim woman aboard a subway train, yelling "Donald Trump" and calling her a terrorist.
Seventy-five years after the Japanese attack on Hawaii that brought the United States into World War II, The Associated Press is publishing "Pearl Harbor: An AP Special Anniversary Edition." The e-book explores the historic relationship between Japan and the U.S. and details events of Dec. 7, 1941, drawing on reporting from the time, including iconic photography, as well as material from AP archives.
The leader of one of New Jersey's largest mosques is heading to court to fight from being deported after federal authorities say he lied on his green card application.
The Latest on a professor fatally stabbed at the University of California (all times local): 8:20 a.m.
For most New Yorkers, subways and buses are necessities of city living that fall right behind food, clothing and shelter.
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