SEATTLE — Prosecutors describe Roman Seleznev, the son of a Russian lawmaker, as a master hacker who orchestrated an international scheme that resulted in about $170 million in fraudulent credit card purchases.
RALEIGH, N.C. — A busy North Carolina shopping mall reopened for business Sunday as police continued investigating reports of gunfire that sent shoppers running in fear or left them hiding inside stores a day earlier.
PAWTUCKET, R.I. — Candidates for political office typically want to show voters who they are and where they stand. But if they don't belong to a traditional political party, demonstrating their ideology and political principles on the ballot can be a challenge.
BOSTON — As a Sept. 1 rollout date looms for a plan to equip 100 Boston police officers with body cameras, not a single officer has volunteered, prompting Boston's police commissioner to warn he may have to force officers to wear them.
FLINT, Mich. — A federal emergency declaration over Flint's lead-tainted water crisis ended Sunday, but state officials said work continues to fix the drinking water system and provide services to city residents.
Two longtime American almanacs full of wit, wisdom and weather are celebrating milestones. The Old Farmer's Almanac from New Hampshire is marking its 225th anniversary and the Farmer's Almanac in Maine is ringing in its 200th.