Irv Gotti is standing by his take on T.I.'s controversial parenting choices, and the Murder Inc. honcho has a confession of his own
Troopers found a fully loaded .380-caliber pistol inside the suspect's vehicle, according to officials.
The officer, whose name is being withheld by police, has a reported history of alleged misconduct and excessive force complaints. [ more › ]
The 13-year-old Dade City student, who is not being named, was charged with false report of using a firearm in a violent manner, a Pasco Sheriff's Office arrest report says.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio senator pointing to a FOX 8 I-TEAM investigation as part of his push for stricter gun laws. Back in 2018, the I-TEAM went undercover to buy a firearm at a local gun show. The private seller barely glanced at the driver’s license and handed over the gun. Here in Ohio, private citizens are not required to conduct background checks. State Senators Cecil Thomas and Peggy Lehner as introduced a bill they say would close loopholes that allow [
State Department official George Kent told congressional investigators Trump wanted the president of Ukraine to say very specific words, adding to the perception of a quid-pro-quo for U.S. military aid.
The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office said the investigation into detective Sean Suiter’s death remains open a day after the police department said it closed its investigation. State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby declined to respond to questions about the investigation Thursday. “I can’t comment on
Like any major U.S. city, Detroit suffers more than its fair share of violent crime.
LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — The latest on the political crisis in Bolivia (all times local): 9:40 p.m. Former Bolivian President Evo Morales has tweeted that he is leaving Bolivia for
Gun control advocates want Rhode Island family court judges to require more domestic abusers to surrender their firearms.
MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (AP) " A 13-year-old complained to an administrator that he was being bullied at his Southern California middle school days before the assault that killed him, the boy's family said.Juana and Felipe Salcedo, the aunt and uncle of Diego Stolz who raised the boy since his parents died, filed a legal claim against the Moreno Valley Unified School District, the Los Angeles Times reports Tuesday.The claim, which lists damages of $100 million, said Stolz and an [