Report reveals evidence showing that Castro was not regarded as a suicide risk and was found with his pants around his ankles
Ariel Castro, the Cleveland man convicted of kidnapping three women and holding them captive at his home for a decade, may have died from auto-erotic asphyxiation, not suicide, as was first thought.
Streaker interrupts the world No.1 as he makes his approach to the final hole
Lawyer blames jail for not taking precautions after he was taken off suicide watch in June
Police are carrying out a further search for additional victims amid concern there may be more bodies
Pamela Knox was driving along when suddenly her car started to slip into a hole - and kept on slipping.
The woman and her pilot have been named as Jane Wicker and Charles Schwenker
Before he finally died from his injuries, paralysed shooting victim David Chandler was able to identify his killer with the only means of communication he had left: blinking his eyes.
Craig Zobel's drama, allegedly "inspired by true events", is a banal nightmare about coercion and gullibility.
Prosecutors said the attacks constituted a hate crime
Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner, who died in Ohio on 26 January at the age of 69, was the frontman for the hit-making funk band the Ohio Players. Known for their brassy dance music, catchy lyrics and flaboyant outfits, they topped the charts in the 1970s with hits such as "Love Rollercoaster," ''Fire," ''Skin Tight" and "Funky Worm."
The inventor of the Etch A Sketch, the famous red toy that generations of children drew on, shook up and started over, has died in France.
Deaths behind the wheel of an automobile fell last year to the lowest level since the Truman administration, but there was an increase in fatalities among bicyclists, pedestrians, motorcycle riders and big-rig truck drivers, according to federal figures released Monday.
President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, on Saturday reiterated pledges to work together to avoid the impending "fiscal cliff" of automatic spending cuts and tax hikes.
For the chairman and chief executive of Murray Energy, an Ohio-based coal company, the reelection of President Barack Obama was no cause for celebration. It was a time for prayer — and layoffs.
For many African Americans, this election was not just about holding on to history, but also confronting what they perceived as a shadowy campaign to suppress the black vote.