Former LASD Sheriff Lee Baca will plead guilty, attorney says
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will plead guilty to a single count of making a false statement in connection with a federal investigation into county jails, his attorney said Wednesday.
WNBA names Coca-Cola executive Lisa Borders president
Coca-Cola executive Lisa Borders was named the new president of the WNBA, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary season.
Suspected Bomber Traded Seats Before Plane Blast: Airline CEO Says
He asked to sit in a window seat, Daallo Air's chief executive told ABC.
Doctor Performed Oral Surgery on Newborn by Mistake, Parents Say
Tennessee parents say the doctor operated on the wrong infant.
5 Takeaways From the New Hampshire Primary
And what it means for candidates heading into the South Carolina primary.
2 Police Officers Killed in Maryland After Shootout
The officers were responding to a call in Abingdon, Maryland.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ends his GOP presidential bid
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has ended his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, his campaign announced Wednesday.
ICE requires clearance to enter LAUSD schools
The Los Angeles Unified School District Board unanimously voted Tuesday to keep immigration agents out of school campuses who would have looked for undocumented students, the L.A. Times reported.
NCAA says first round will again refer to Thursday, Friday games
The NCAA will again use the term "first round" when referencing games played on the first Thursday and Friday of the men's basketball tournament.
Christie Formally Suspends Presidential Campaign
The New Jersey governor had a disappointing showing in New Hampshire.
Cruise Ship Hampered by Storm Due Back in Port Tonight
The ship hit stormy weather and had to reverse course.
DOJ Expected to Announce Suit Against Ferguson, Sources Say
The suit is regarding the city's policing.