Video Shows New Angle On Brooklyn Nail Salon Fight As Protests Intensify
- Mendocino Wildfire Becomes California's Largest, and It's Still Growing
- 'Mission: Impossible' bests Winnie-the-Pooh
- Man's Mouth Duct-Taped Shut Twice as He's Sentenced in Ohio Courtroom
- California's desolating Carr Fire was started by a flat tire
- Mosquitoes with West Nile virus found in Louisville
- Demi Lovato 'Agrees To Rehab' After Family Plea
- Google to Android Phone Makers: Don't Go Crazy With the Notches
- Don't call the dolphin hybrid spotted off Hawaii a 'wholphin'
- North Korea only returned one dog tag to identify war remains
- Harley-Davidson Set To Introduce A 250-500cc Motorcycle In India Soon
- Meghan Markle Wears Denim Dress To Prince Harry's Polo Match
- Nikhil Namit, Producer Of 'Bharat' Confirms Priyanka Chopra's Engagement To Nick Jonas
- Islamic State kills about 100 in southwest Syria attacks
- Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says more records 'impossible'
- Canada launches NAFTA challenge of 'illegal' US tariffs on solar panels
August 07, 2018
Florida mother accused of drowning 4-year-old daughter
The mother of a 4-year-old girl was charged with murder after throwing the child into the Hillsborough River in Tampa, Florida. That's when she shrugged off the child and swam back to shore, leaving the girl to drown.
August 06, 2018
Actor Steven Seagal appointed Russian ministry's 'special representative'
For more than a decade Seagal, who according to his own website is 66, has been a regular visitor to Russian Federation . The appointment is unpaid and will focus on "culture, arts, public and youth exchanges", according to the Facebook post.
August 05, 2018
NASA announces crew for first commercial space flights
The SpaceX crewed test flight, now scheduled for April 2019, will be flown by NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley . The space agency selected eight of its finest active astronauts, plus one retired astronaut, from a wide array of backgrounds.
August 03, 2018
3D printable guns spark debate on Second Amendment, public safety
But those who support the release say that the blueprints are protected by the First and Second amendments. Lasnik is expected to hold a hearing on August 10 to determine whether the order should be made permanent.
August 01, 2018
Ex-Trump aide Manafort faces charges in first trial of Russian Federation probe
Ellis made several jokes during the jury selection process, including about the quality of the lunches jurors will be provided. Manafort then asked the federal appeals court in Washington, DC, to review her decision.
July 31, 2018
PM Narendra Modi Dials Imran Khan, Expresses Hope on Democracy in Pakistan
Khan's party on Sunday announced that it is trying to reach out to smaller parties and independents to form the next government. Sattar said that based on moral principals, he had "serious reservations" about joining a coalition with Khan's party.
July 30, 2018
Mugabe: 'I can't vote for Zanu-PF' in Zimbabwe election
Zimbabwe's former leader Robert Mugabe has refused to back his successor just a day before the country's historic Monday vote. The frontrunners in addressing these challenges are Zanu-PF's President Mnangagwa, 75, and the MDC's Mr Chamisa, 40.
July 30, 2018
Ving Rhames Says Police Held Him at Gunpoint in His Home
The popular actor, who lives in Santa Monica , Calif., told the story after being asked about his own experiences with racism . In the past few months, a woman called police on a black man wearing socks in the community pool in Memphis.
July 28, 2018
Fiat boss Marchionne dies aged 66
To that end, he publicly campaigned for a merger with General Motors Co.in 2015 but was rebuffed by the USA carmaker. Whether it was popular or not or whether there was consensus in the company or not, he would pursue that.
July 27, 2018
US Congressional committee proposes waivers for countries like India from Russian Federation sanctions
Recall, July 16, in Helsinki behind closed doors had an official meeting Donald trump and Vladimir Putin. But he added "they will be pushing very hard for the Democrats".