Aug 31, 2016
Donald Trump has some issues with Mexico, as anybody paying attention to his quixotic campaign surely knows
The online file storage company Box reported record second-quarter fiscal 2017 financial results that were
At a press conference before the IFA trade show here in Berlin, Germany, IMAX announced plans to add a bit
Teddy Bridgewater suffered what sounded like an absolutely horrific leg injury in Vikings practice on Tuesday, and he’ll almost certainly be out for the entire season with a torn ACL and a dislocated knee. Source confirms tibiofemoral dislocation, ruptured ACL for Bridgewater. Tibiofemoral dislocation … basically, Bridgewater's femur (upper leg) went off the tibia (shin, lower leg.) Yeah.
After a settlement deal fell apart, four survivors of the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting are left having to pay the Cinemark chain at least $700,000. The Los Angeles Times on Tuesday shared the story of a group of 41 plaintiffs, including survivors and relatives of victims, who were told by a federal judge overseeing their case against the owners of the Century Aurora 16 multiplex that they should settle, within 24 hours. As the judge explained, another group of survivors had filed a state lawsuit, and a jury decided Cinemark could not have foreseen the shooting, which left 12 dead and more than 70 injured during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises. Because of that, the judge said he would most likely also find the chain not liable for the shooting.
Isabelle Lagace, 28, and Melina Roberce, 22, were arrested in Sydney, Australia after documenting their cruise on Instagram.
An internal memo reportedly hacked from the personal computer of Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the US House of Representatives, shows how officials were briefed on how to respond to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement – including "tactics" on how to answer questions by activists. The Black Lives Matter movement was formed in 2012 following the death of Trayvon Martin and has been at the forefront of alleged US police brutality ever since – documenting and protesting the slew of killings including, most recently, those of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A man accused of kidnapping his wife while he was under home confinement on charges he beat and abducted her two months ago has been declared brain dead following a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said Wednesday.
It was an Instagram-worthy trip that has ended badly for three Canadians in Australia. André Tamine, 63, Isabelle Lagacé, 28, and Melina Roberge, 22, all from Quebec, have been charged with importing a commercial quantity of cocaine, according to the Associated Press. 95 kilograms (200 lbs) were seized by the Australian Federal Police on a cruise ship docked in Sydney on Sunday. Worth A$31 million ($23 million), it's the largest ever seizure of narcotics carried by passengers of a cruise ship or airliner in the country. SEE ALSO: Deadhead imprisoned for selling LSD has life sentence reduced by Obama It could also land the trio with a maximum penalty of life imprisonment, ending a halcyon-looking
Leah Paske hasn't been in the "scary and hard" middle school grades for years, and understandably has forgotten most things about her experience aside from the one time she cried after a boy called her a name on the bus. But now that her son who has autism just started sixth grade, Paske has been feeling a bit of anxiety about middle school all over again. "Sometimes I'm grateful for his autism," Paske admitted in a post to Facebook. "That may sound like a terrible thing to say, but in some ways I think, I hope, it shields him. He doesn't seem to notice when people stare at him when he flaps his hands. He doesn't seem to notice that he doesn't get invited to birthday parties anymore. And he doesn't
Many NFL executives and front office members “truly hate” San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for refusing to stand for the national anthem, according to Bleacher Report. Bleacher Report’s lead NFL writer Mike Freeman wrote that NFL execs who despise Kaepernick’s actions outnumber the front office members who support the polarizing decision to protest the national anthem.
The Leesburg Police Department is searching for a missing 21-year-old man, William Christopher "Billy" Nordyke, who was last seen Wednesday between 1 and 1:30 p.m. in the 1-99 block of Phillips Court NW, Leesburg.
Authorities said he was in a relationship with the victim.
D.C. Council member Mary Cheh has vowed to hold a hearing to investigate why the head of the city's property management agency resigned and two top officials were fired amid concerns over their handling of two major contracts. "There have been some rather strong charges made or suggestions about the ...
The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The most popular YouTuber is back on Twitter after joking that his account became
Even if you guess the twist in "Morgan" early on, the title character is still an interesting one
The Galaxy Note 7 seems like a pretty decent phone if you like phones literally the size of the
Q: Gil Penchina (the top-ranked angel on AngelList) said one of the things he has learned about
Instacart, the grocery-ordering app, is getting creative about picking, packing and delivering food
Tips from a national champion on cycling down hills with speed and confidence.
In a situation echoing the crisis in Flint, Mich., a housing complex’s poor, mostly black residents are
While keeping a close eye on Florida, the agency said there would be no money to fight a new outbreak if