San Bernardino judge to rule on McStay warrants
The bodies of the McStay family were found buried in the desert in November 2013.
Suge Knight arrested on murder in fatal hit-run
China targets virtual private networks
The Chinese government acknowledged this week it is targeting virtual private networks as it tightens its censorship of China's Internet traffic.
Who poisoned this ex-Russian spy?
Alexander Litvinenko, a vocal Kremlin critic and ex-KGB spy, was poisoned in 2006. A British inquiry is looking into if Russia played a role.
Optimism for Libya could be premature
The U.N.'s envoy to Libya is optimistic about Libyan peace talks, despite the absence of a key rival group.
Co-Pilot was flying before AirAsia crash
Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee says the co-pilot of AirAsia Flight QZ8501was flying before the flight crashed Dec. 28.
Malaysian Gov't Rules MH370 Disappearance An Acc
The Malaysian government says the plane is believed to have went down in a remote area of the Indian Ocean and everyone on board was killed.
Man blames leash for dog's death
"I merely want other dogs to have the chance to have a full life," Steve Shaffer said.
Jury sides with ex-worker in suit vs. AutoZone
Luis Sandoval filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the automotive retailer.
Sources: 'Funny business' on public bid
Sources said Helix inspector William Gaston solicited bids at the job site, and that is not how bids are normally done.
Boy Scouts of America on trial in sex abuse case
Team 10 previously uncovered Scouts' "secret files."
Couple questions workers' comp system
A husband and wife said the workers' compensation system in San Diego courts is a "good old boys" club, where cases are settled…