WATCH: Rep. Palazzo says they're 'in a state of shock' over shooting "If security hadn't been there ... it could have been a horrific scene," Rep. Steven Palazzo, R-Mississippi, told ABC News.
Penn State frat pledge 'looked like a corpse' before 911 was called: Detective Eighteen students are facing charges in connection with Timothy Piazza's death.
String Of Business Burglaries Reported On Northwest Side CHICAGO (CBS) — Police are warning business owners about a series of recent commercial burglaries on the Northwest Side. In each incident, the suspect broke into a business through a window or door and stole various items, according to an alert from
Fraternity brothers due in court in pledge's fatal fall Members of a Penn State fraternity are due in court for a hearing on charges related to the death earlier this year of a pledge after a night of heavy drinking
Chelsea Manning explains why she leaked secret military documents Chelsea Manning has been called a hero by some, a traitor by others, but when asked how she sees herself, she said, "I'm just me."
Bill Cosby trial notebook: The tint of celebrity, and a window into another Hollywood Celebrity is a funny animal. Harnessing its power, total strangers can make us buy a movie ticket, stream a TV show, suffer a vicarious heartbreak or embark on a late-night shopping binge for GMO-free bath soaps. But it can also, in certain cases, be
7-year-old accidentally shot dead by 2-year-old cousin, Nashville police say The victim was 7-year-old Harmony Warfield.
Bill Cosby's Lawyers and Prosecutors Urge Jury Not to Focus on His Celebrity Status (NORRISTOWN, Pa.) — Bill Cosby's lawyer asked jurors not to view him as a fallen celebrity on trial in a sexual assault case, but as a flawed man "whose infidelities have made him vulnerable" to these types of accusations. Cosby, 79, the champion of