The Delaware cop who went viral Jan. 16 for jamming to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" while on patrol is back for round two.
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A man was arrested in Chicago, Ill., Saturday for having more than $1 million dollars worth of marijuana in his car.
A high school student is charged with murder and aggravated rape in Salem, Mass. after allegedly karate chopping his math teacher and cutting her throat with a box cutter over a "trigger word."
Left-wing activist group Code Pink held protests at the CIA and former Vice President Dick Cheney's house Saturday morning -- complete with giant paper mache heads, drone replicas and people getting arrested.
NYPD officers turned their backs on New York Mayor Bill de Blasio at Wenjian Liu's funeral Sunday, a week after shunning him at the funeral for Rafael Ramos on Dec. 27, despite Police Commissioner Bill Bratton instructing them not to do so.
Passengers on an flight from Abu Dhabi to San Francisco were stuck on a plane for 28 hours when the Abu Dhabi International Airport closed due to fog Saturday.
Al-Qaida called for "lone wolf" attacks against major airliners in a Christmas Eve release of its online publication, "Inspire."
Facebook issued an apology following backlash over "Year in Review," an app that summarizes the highlights of 2014 for users.
New York Police Department officers once again turned their backs to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio as he spoke at the funeral of officer Rafael Ramos on Saturday.
Tyrone Melville, 41, and Jose Maldonado, 26, were both arrested on Wednesday after threatening the New York Police Department.
Former President George H.W. Bush is spending Christmas in the hospital after reportedly experiencing "shortness of breath," his spokesman, Jim McGrath, said Thursday.
An officer in Tarpon Springs, Fla., was killed early Sunday, hours after the executions of two New York Police Department officers Saturday.
Elton John and his civil partner, David Furnish, wed Sunday at their Windsor home -- and they invited everyone to join in through Instagram.
North Korea is denying the formal accusation by the U.S. that it was behind the cyberattack on Sony.
The hacktivist group known as Anonymous threatened singer Iggy Azalea on Friday with a scandal "bigger than Bill Cosby's" if she does not apologize to rapper Azealia Banks. The group also claims to have a sex tape of the singer, but says it will not release it.
Luke Somers, an American hostage held by al-Qaida in Shabwa, Yemen, was killed in a rescue attempt early Saturday.
Bad Lip Reading, a YouTube channel that parodies movies, TV shows, songs, sports and news, released a montage of dubbed scenes from the first three movies of "The Hunger Games" franchise on Thursday.
Two men affiliated with the New Black Panther Party allegedly planned to murder Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson and St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and bomb the Gateway Arch.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest accidentally revealed how easy Democrats are in his press briefing Wednesday.