Former ‘Cryptoqueen’ is now one of 10 most-wanted fugitives
Ruja Ignatova vanished in 2017, three years after allegedly masterminding a global pyramid scheme that defrauded investors out of more than $4 billion.
She’s 2½. She took an IQ test and became Mensa’s youngest member.
Isla McNabb's parents suspected their daughter was highly intelligent when, at less than 2½, she learned hundreds of words by sounding them out phonetically.
How a song by the Chainsmokers became TikTok’s abortion rights anthem
The lyric "If we go down, we go down together" from the Chainsmokers' song "Paris" has become a rallying cry for efforts to support women seeking abortions.
A woman sought help from her sheriff. He’s now charged with raping her.
Addison County Sheriff Peter Newton faces life in prison if convicted of either of the sexual assault charges.
Liz Cheney says Republicans face a choice: Trump or the Constitution
As the Jan. 6 committee continues to present its findings, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) said Republicans face a choice between Trump and the Constitution.
Black man paralyzed after abrupt stop in police van, attorneys say
A 36-year-old man was paralyzed from the "chest down" after being transported in a New Haven, Conn., police van, according to his attorneys.
A Boy Scout escaped Amtrak wreckage and comforted a dying truck driver
Four people were killed and more than 100 injured after an Amtrak train crashed into a dump truck and derailed in rural Missouri, officials said.
Ex-GOP congressman Jeff Fortenberry gets probation for lying to FBI
In March, the congressman was found guilty of lying to federal investigators about illegal campaign contributions from a foreign billionaire.
R. Kelly fan accused of planning to ‘storm’ prosecutors’ offices
On Monday, federal authorities charged Christopher Gunn with making threats against prosecutors in R. Kelly's New York trial.
LAPD officer suffers injuries in training, leading to death, family says
Houston Tipping told his family — by blinking — that he wanted to die rather than live as a quadriplegic, his mother's lawyer said.
Venezuela tapped 1.5 million phone lines. It’s just the start, experts warn.
The newly released document provides a glimpse into the extent to which Venezuela’s government and intelligence forces have encroached on citizens’ lives.
Grocery worker’s charges reduced after video of encounter with Giuliani
The former New York mayor lambasted Staten Island prosecutors for downgrading charges after security footage appeared to show the worker lightly touching his back.
A Minnesota publisher just gave away his newspaper to fight in Ukraine
Lee Zion, a 54-year-old U.S. Navy veteran, said he's willing to pick up a gun and fight Russian forces if needed.
6,000 bees moved into a century-old home. Savvy beekeepers evicted them.
Six thousand bees invaded a home in Omaha. Beekeepers knew just how to get them out.
J.K. Rowling thought she was talking to Zelensky. It was Russian pranksters.
The Russian duo Vovan and Lexus are known for fooling powerful lawmakers and celebrities.
They went hiking to get closer to God. Instead, they had to be rescued.
The women planned to worship together and test their physical and spiritual limits — all while capturing the experience for the show.
She ordered a burger on Grubhub — and included a desperate plea for help
“Please call the police ... please don’t make it obvious,” read the message under Grubhub’s “additional instructions” section.
Alexa has a new voice — your dead relative’s
Alexa will be able to mimic any person's voice based on short audio clips. But experts say the technology could bring security and ethical problems.
She had ‘soulmate’ kill her husband. A judge gave her life in prison.
Jennifer Faith was sentenced to life in prison for persuading her high school sweetheart to kill her husband.
He stole a patrol vehicle, officials say — then responded to an emergency
Jeremiah James Taylor responded to a domestic violence call that came over the patrol vehicle's radio system, officials said.