Thayne Smika is wanted for the 1983 slaying of his roommate, who was dating Robert Redford's daughter at the time.
Former White House press secretary James Brady's death this week was directly related to wounds he sustained in the 1981 attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan, and authorities are now investigating it as a homicide, police told CNN on Friday.
With three police officers dead and two others wounded, Justin Bourque had finally admitted "I'm done" and given up.
Selfies are everywhere. Even Indonesian macaques are getting into the game. In 2011, two of these Old World monkeys borrowed photographer David J. Slater's camera and reportedly snapped some pictures of themselves. One of the selfies by a female macaque has since gone viral, making its way to Wikipedia's free-to-use website.
In a church in Irbil, 40-day-old Yeshua lies asleep in a crib, his sister playfully rocking him. It's a peaceful scene. Their mother watches over them, but her face shows the fear and despair many Iraqi minorities have felt over the past few days.
Gloria Borger: President Obama was saying something he really never wanted to say: that he had ordered airstrikes in Iraq.
When it comes to the new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie, critics have found one begrudging silver lining: At least it's better than "Transformers."
No food. No water. And as they pass the hours in the scorching summer heat, no escape for 40,000 desperate people hiding in the mountains of northwestern Iraq from the killers surrounding them on the ground below.
Taj Magruder has never voted for Hillary Clinton. He has no connection to her paid staff. And he is not collecting a paycheck from a cadre of groups anticipating a Clinton presidential run in 2016.
Despite all the political tension in Crimea, it's nice to know things are still safe enough at the zoo for a zebra to get it on with a donkey.
How will college athletics change after the NCAA approves for the five power conferences to write their own rules?
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the Administration's priority is protecting Americans serving in Iraq.
It's been months since this Ebola outbreak began and hundreds of people have died, but doctors in Africa says its complete, deadly reach is not known.