The profanity-laden documentary managed to win both Emmys and an Oscar. But it didn't reduce juvenile delinquency.
The standard traffic practice is under increased scrutiny.
There are a few reasons—including a little something to do with the horse and buggy. Find out more about the history of Election Day.
Curtis Chillingworth was the most esteemed judge in Palm Beach County. But someone wanted him dead.
From the courts to the morgue, if the government doesn't know someone's name or wants to withhold it, they give them one of these as a placeholder. Why?
There's a week left to file a claim for your (small) share of a $725 million settlement.
Animatronic versions of bar patrons Norm and Cliff made two actors named George and John very unhappy.
National Park rules go beyond the general Leave No Trace guidelines. These surprising cover everything from wildlife to waste.
Do you feel wronged by A&W? You might be entitled to compensation.
Back in 1919, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. sort of made it seem like it was against the law to yell “fire“ while in a crowded theater, so we understand if you’re confused.
Is a hot dog a sandwich? What about a burrito? It depends on whom you ask—and what state you live in.
When a baby is born on an international flight, where the plane is registered and the airspace it’s in can determine the child’s citizenship.
Speeders on targeted stretches of road are monitored from the ground and from the sky.
A CIA official explains the 3-1-1 rule and the lasting influence of Operation Overt.
It’s for your own good—or at least that’s the theory.
While Judith Sheindlin was once a real, live judge, she’s not acting as one on her show.