Nearly four years after 16-year-old Natalie Finn’s starvation death, a 160-page report published Monday blasted the Iowa Department of Human Services for failing to investigate more than a dozen complaints of child abuse at her adopted home after she left the foster care system.
More than 211.6 million gallons of toxic sewage – enough to fill 320 Olympic-sized swimming pools -- spilled into Fort Lauderdale’s waterways over the past three months due to breaks in the city’s aging pipe system, according to a report Monday.
The swollen river in Mississippi's capital city is anticipated to crest Monday at the highest level it's been in decades as the state's governor warned the danger hasn't subsided with more rain in the forecast.
The unsolved cold case of a New York narcotics detective who was murdered in a car bombing in front of his Long Island home 30 years ago is getting a fresh look from the FBI, investigators said Friday.
Donald Stratton, one of the last USS Arizona survivors from Pearl Harbor who fought for the recognition of one of his heroic shipmates, died Saturday night in his sleep, his granddaughter told Fox News.