The father of a 6-year-old killed in the 2012 shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School has won a defamation suit against the authors of a book that claimed the shooting never happened
Fifty years after the Cuyahoga River's famous fire, a plucky new generation of Cleveland artists and entrepreneurs has turned the old jokes into inspiration and forged the decades of embarrassment into a fiery brand of local pride
A Florida police officer has been found guilty of culpable negligence for shooting at a severely autistic man and wounding the man's caretaker
An independent review of U.N. operations in the years before thousands of Rohingya Muslims fled a brutal crackdown by Myanmar's military concluded the organization's many bodies failed to act together, resulting in "systemic and structural failures."
Government fails to release data on deaths in police custody, more than four years after Congress required the Department of Justice to assemble the information
Medication withheld, cries for help ignored, routine checks neglected: With suicides a problem in many jails across the U.S., an AP/Capital News Service examination raises troubling questions about whether deaths could have been avoided.
A Marine with PTSD, a schizophrenic father, a granddad struggling with depression: They are just some of the many who've taken their lives after being jailed for various infractions, a problem experts say is preventable with more training and safeguards
How did jails end up being temporary homes for so many of the mentally ill and addicted? And why do so many jail inmates take their own lives? Some questions and answers are found in policies that have evolved over decades.