Two Syrian families — who are approved to resettle in the United States — were told they were not welcome to arrive in Indianapolis on Thursday.
'We love each other very much... this was simply a case of formality with an insurance claim'
'She had no choice but to sue the minor defendant directly to get her bills paid'
A court in Connecticut took just 25 minutes to find against the woman
Despite the school killings, gun control remains as far off as ever
Adam Lanza, the young man who gunned down twenty children and six staff members in a shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the US last year, had an “obsession with mass murders, in particular the April 1999 shootings at Columbine high school in Colorado,” according to a report on the investigation into the bloody attack.
A Froch seen by a wider audience would have helped pollinate boxing
He's rich and well-connected. But Michael Skakel's case deserves close examination
Mass shooting will inevitably spark fresh debate over increased gun legislation
James Meyer was a young artist looking for a job when he knocked on the door of Jasper Johns’s studio in the mid-1980s.
He may have mastered the interview for the job of director of football at Newcastle United, but Joe Kinnear made a complete hash of an interview on TalkSport the day after signing his contract.
Two threatening letters sent to New York City's mayor and his group that advocates for gun control contained traces of the deadly poison ricin, police have said.
Neil Heslin was testifying at a local hearing on firearm control at the time
Residents from Newtown, Connecticut, were expected at the march in the wake of Sandy Hook massacre
Police praise heroism of Ryan Heber, who, despite being shot himself, persuaded pupil to drop weapon
Bill Clinton says that the availability of high-capacity bullet magazines was 'nuts'