Utah Approves Execution By Firing Squad

Gov. Gary Herbert of Utah signed a law approving firing squads for executions Monday making it the only state in America to allow the...

US Marshal Destroys Woman’s Phone As She Filmed Biker Gang Arrest

At least one officer of the law is tired of being filmed on the job and he had no problem forcefully approaching an onlooker...

New Trend? Woman Who Leaves Bad Yelp Review Gets Slapped With $65K Defamation...

The dog obedience class Jennifer Ujimori booked for her puppy left her feeling dissatisfied and unhappy, so the Springfield woman dashed out negative reviews...

Publix Sued When Boy Dies After Eating Chocolate Chip Cookies

The family of an 11-year-old boy named Derek Landon Wood is suing the Publix grocery chain, saying the child was allergic to nuts and...

White News Anchor Sues Fox for Right to Use N-Word

The complicated history of the “n-word” has been debated and argued about for decades. The deliberation stretches back to the painful legacy of slavery,...

Sage Steele Spoke Out Against the LAX #muslimban Protests, and the People Spoke Back

Sage Steele, most widely known for her coveted spot on ESPN's SportsCeenter, is being dragged on Twitter because of her complaint about the decision...

Grandma From Hell Runs Granddaughter Into Her Grave – Should She Get The Death...

In 2012, 9-year-old, Savannah Hardin, was forced by her grandmother, Joyce Garrard, to run until she collapsed as punishment for eating candy bars on...

Security Company Hit With $38.5M In Punitive Damages After Guards ‘Run Away’ During Crisis

On Monday, a security guard firm covering a Philadelphia Kraft Foods plant was hit with a a large punitive damages verdict after its guards...

Joyce Garrard, Granny Who Ran Granddaughter to Death, Sentenced to Life Without Parole

In March, an Alabama jury found Joyce Garrard, 50, guilty of capital murder for the 2012 death of her 9-year-old granddaughter, Savannah Hardin. Garrard...

First Conviction Under California’s New “Revenge Porn” Statute

On December 1, 2014, Noe Iniguez, a 36-year-old man from Los Angeles, became the first person convicted under California’s new “revenge porn” law (Cal....