Sex & Drugs: Prison Seamstress Joyce Mitchell's Confession Revealed
Prison seamstress Joyce Mitchell, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to helping two inmates escape, told investigators that she performed sexual acts on one of the men and sent X-rated selfies to the other and knew the duo planned to kill her husband, police ...
N.Y. prison worker pleads guilty to aiding killers' escape
Female Prison Worker Pleads Guilty To Helping Escapees
Prison employee who aided New York escapees pleads guilty
End of ban prompts some gays to rejoin Boy Scouts as leaders; Mormon church ...
In this Sunday, June 28, 2015 photo provided by Chris Zelis, Scouts For Equality - Chicago chapter members serve as the color guard for the Chicago Pride Parade. The lifting of the Boy Scouts of America's ban on gay adult leaders prompted some gay ...
End of Boy Scouts' ban on gays prompts elation and alarm
Religious groups react to Boy Scouts' vote to drop ban on gay adults
I Am A Gay Scoutmaster, And I Can Finally Be Myself
Florida Man Charged With Plotting to Detonate Bomb in Key West
Wall Street Journal
MIAMI—U.S. authorities on Tuesday charged a man described by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an Islamic State sympathizer with plotting to detonate a nail-filled backpack bomb on a Florida beach. Harlem Suarez, 23 years old, of Key West, Fla ...
Florida man charged in alleged bomb plot for Islamic State
FBI: Key West man charged with trying to use backpack bomb in terror plan
Florida Man Arrested in ISIS-Inspired Backpack Nail Bomb Plot, FBI Says
Teen Arrested for Murder After 8-Year-Old's Body Found in Recycling Bin ...
A 15-year-old has been arrested for allegedly murdering an 8-year-old girl whose body was found in a recycling bin in Santa Cruz, California, police said today. The teen, who lived on the same property at the Tannery Arts Center where 8-year-old ...
Authorities: California teen accused of killing 8-year-old
Cops: Neighbor "lured" slain Calif. girl to his apartment
Gallery: A memorial for Madyson Middleton at her home in Santa Cruz, Calif.
Scientists identify men who died at Virginia's Jamestown 400 years ago
WASHINGTON U.S. scientists have used high-tech detective work to identify the remains of four leaders of Jamestown, the New World's first successful English colony, more than 400 years after they died, the Smithsonian Institution said on Tuesday.
Archaeologists Identify Bodies of Lost Leaders of Jamestown
Remains of 4 early colonial leaders discovered at Jamestown
Remains of Early Colonial Jamestown Leaders Are Identified