Crime & Justice
Prosecutors say William Clyde Thompson paid foster care provider and special education teacher assistant John David Yoder to recruit boys to be photographed for child pornography.
Journalist Gideon Lewis-Kraus served on a grand jury in New York, and of the 100 cases he heard, almost all resulted in indictment.
Police say the rumor of an armed gunman was started by an unknown person at one of the gates.
According to a security company, hackers kept tabs on bank employees, transferred funds and then sent commands to ATMs to dispense cash at pre-determined times.
The law, which took effect in January, makes it easier for a defendant to get a conviction overturned when experts recant their testimony.
The suspect in the shooting deaths of three Muslim students in North Carolina is a self-described anti-theist, what some some experts see as a new extremism developing among some atheists.
The woman was stung just before the plane took off Saturday night. It returned to the gate and the woman was checked by medics.
One suspect reportedly killed himself when his home was surrounded by authorities.
A portion of the northbound 215 in San Bernardino was shut down due to all the activity. Other vehicles were hit during the pursuit as well, according to police.
The president spoke a day after the Justice Department announced an investigation into the killings of three Muslim university students as a possible hate crime.
Raul Espinoza pleaded no contest Friday to one count of receiving stolen property. Espinoza was arrested in October after trying to sell undercover FBI agents artwork worth more than $5 million.
Authorities say actor Emile Hirsch put a woman in a chokehold during an altercation at a Utah nightclub that occurred during the Sundance Film Festival.
LAX police said they believe the suspect is also responsible for previous baggage thefts at the airport.
The FBI says it's launching an inquiry parallel to a police homicide investigation of three Muslims allegedly slain by a neighbor.
Anaheim renewed community policing after fatal shootings in 2012 sparked protests. Relations are better, but some say police still profile young Latinos.
So far, 29 people have been murdered in Los Angeles in 2015, up from 23 at this time last year. Most of the spike is happening in LA's poorest neighborhoods.