Divorce documents show that the lead singer of metal band As I Lay Dying had an amicable split with the estranged wife he’s now accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill, but she was concerned about how recent changes in his behaviour would affect his parenting. Meggan Lambesis, the wife of Tim Lambesis, said in the court papers obtained by The Associated Press that she worried about his ability to care for their three adopted children, but she gave no indication she felt in danger
Federal bureaucrats call it the “border fence.” The residents along the Texas-Mexico border say it’s a wall echoing the Cold War.
The Irish Travelers of North Augusta, S.C., stopped their pickups in the middle of the road last week to commiserate over the “outing” of Madelyne Gorman Toogood.
One of the big problems plaguing law-enforcement officers dealing with narcotics addicts is how to determine quickly and conclusively whether a suspect is or is not on drugs. Most seasoned addicts are expert at concealing needle marks
In southern Italy, the Mafia wars are heating up. On Monday, Italy will deploy an expected 80 soldiers into the city of Reggio Calabria, on the toe of Italy’s boot, to provide security for anti-Mafia prosecutors who have been repeatedly threatened by the powerful ‘Ndrangheta criminal organization.
It is lunchtime in New York City’s Chelsea district, and Barry, a young drug dealer, is out on the streets hawking his wares. Business is good
New York — U.S. law enforcement officials have found a manual on the operation of cropdusting equipment while searching suspected terrorist hideouts, government sources tell TIME magazine in an issue out on Monday, Sept
On a day of heavy ironies for one of America’s most prominent and promising politicians, there was this: the prostitution ring that New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer allegedly patronized was called the Emperors Club VIP
Six years ago, Luz Cuevas heard an explosion upstairs in her house and ran into her 10-day-old daughter’s bedroom. The baby had vanished
FBI Director Bob Mueller glanced at the black chronograph he wears Marine-style, the face inside his wrist. It was 7:38 a.m