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  • ?American democracy is under attack?: Sanders urges vigilance against Trump?s ?authoritarianism?
     

    ?American democracy is under attack?: Sanders urges vigilance against Trump?s ?authoritarianism?Bernie Sanders delivered his scathing critique of the Trump administration in a speech discussing the threat of authoritarianism in the U.S. and elsewhere.


  • Police Shooting Mistrial Ignites Nationwide Protests
     

    Police Shooting Mistrial Ignites Nationwide ProtestsThe jury was deadlocked in the trial of the former Cincinnati police officer charged with killing an unarmed black driver during a traffic stop.


  • JetBlue Flight Makes Emergency Landing in South Carolina
     

    JetBlue Flight Makes Emergency Landing in South CarolinaPassengers and crew noticed smoke halfway through the flight, leading to an emergency landing in Charleston.


  • Mourners remember U.S. student held prisoner by North Korea
     

    Mourners remember U.S. student held prisoner by North KoreaThousands of friends and family members gathered in suburban Cincinnati on Thursday to say goodbye to an American student who died days after returning to the United States in a coma following 17 months in captivity in North Korea. Otto Warmbier, 22, was arrested in the reclusive communist country while visiting as a tourist. Some 2,500 mourners attended a Thursday morning memorial at Wyoming High School.


  • US special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan quits post
     

    US special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan quits postWashington's special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan stepped down on Friday, just as the United States is preparing to send thousands more troops to the region. A senior State Department official told AFP that acting special representative Laurel Miller left the post without a replacement being named. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Miller is returning to a position at the Rand Corporation and that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has not yet decided what to do with post.


  • 2 in Thunderbirds jet accident in Ohio in good condition
     

    2 in Thunderbirds jet accident in Ohio in good conditionCINCINNATI (AP) ? A Thunderbirds Air Force jet went off a runway and overturned Friday during preparations for an Ohio air show, injuring the pilot and causing a performance to be canceled.


  • Crash that killed teenage siblings so horrific emergency responder went into cardiac arrest
     

    Crash that killed teenage siblings so horrific emergency responder went into cardiac arrestAn emergency response volunteer went into cardiac arrest while helping to remove bodies from the scene of a ?horrific? car accident in which two teenage siblings and a 70-year-old man were killed. Eric Neibaur, 15, and his 13-year-old sister Lauren Neibaur died when their pick-up truck collided with Jay Lanningham?s vehicle on a major road in the US state of Idaho. Police said a member of the local search and rescue unit had to be revived with a portable defibrillator after his heart stopped at the scene of the crash, reported the Idaho State Journal.


  • Judge: Another Mistrial in Case Against Former Officer in Deadly Ohio Shooting
     

    Judge: Another Mistrial in Case Against Former Officer in Deadly Ohio ShootingA mistrial was declared Friday in the retrial of former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing, who was accused of murder and manslaughter in the 2015 shooting death of Samuel DuBose, an unarmed black motorist.


  • Inmates Describe Torture In Secret Prisons In Yemen
     

    Inmates Describe Torture In Secret Prisons In Yemen?We could hear the screams,? said a former inmate.


  • In just a year, Republicans became far more skeptical of claims of racism
     

    In just a year, Republicans became far more skeptical of claims of racismOnly 32 percent of Republicans in 2016 said they believe African-Americans face ?a lot of discrimination,? a significant drop from just a year earlier.


  • Four GOP senators: We won?t vote for new health care bill
     

    Four GOP senators: We won?t vote for new health care billIn a potentially game-changing move, four conservative senators quickly announced Thursday afternoon that they oppose the health care bill rolled out by Republican Senate leadership earlier in the day. Ted Cruz, R-Texas and Ron Johnson, R-Wis. said in a statement that the proposal did not go far enough to overhaul the current system. ?There are provisions in this draft that represent an improvement to our current health care system, but it does not appear that this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise that we made to the Americans: to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care costs,? the group said in the release.


  • Americans and guns: It's complicated
     

    Americans and guns: It's complicatedATLANTA (AP) ? Americans have long had a complex relationship with guns.


  • Second mistrial declared in killing of black man by ex-Cincinnati cop
     

    Second mistrial declared in killing of black man by ex-Cincinnati copFor the second time, a mistrial was declared in the murder trial of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot a black motorist during a traffic stop. Officer Ray Tensing shot once, hitting 43-year-old Samuel DuBose in the head after stopping him for a missing front license plate on his car in July 2015, a body camera worn by Tensing showed. A mistrial was declared last November after jurors could not agree on a verdict.


  • GOP health care bill explained
     

    GOP health care bill explainedYahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga explains what you need to know about the health care bill released by Senate Republicans aiming to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.


  • Female Japan politician resigns after attacking male aide
     

    Female Japan politician resigns after attacking male aideMayuko Toyota, a 42-year-old Harvard graduate and up-and-coming member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), can be heard screaming at the unnamed aide, saying he should die as she mocked his thinning hair. "Don't damage my reputation anymore," Toyota screams, apparently in response to a mistake she claims the man had made. Major Japanese media, including public broadcaster NHK, named Toyota as the woman heard on the tape.


  • Deadly landslide in southwestern China
     

    Deadly landslide in southwestern ChinaFears grew for 141 people missing in China after a landslide buried their mountain village in southwestern Sichuan province on Saturday, with reports that only three survivors had been pulled out of the mud and rock hours after the calamity struck. The landslide swept over 46 homes as dawn broke at around 6 a.m. in Xinmo village in Maoxian county, a remote mountainous area of north Sichuan close to the region of Tibet, according to the official Xinhua state news agency. President Xi Jinping urged on the rescue effort, but state broadcaster CCTV reported that by midday the only people rescued were a couple and their two-month-old baby.


  • Trump vs. Medicaid
     

    Trump vs. MedicaidDespite repeated campaign promises not to cut Medcaid, Trump supports the Senate health care bill, which one GOP senator said cuts health care for "tens of millions."


  • The 9 funniest lines from a coal kingpin's lawsuit against John Oliver
     

    The 9 funniest lines from a coal kingpin's lawsuit against John OliverJohn Oliver is facing the legal wrath of a lawsuit-happy coal baron after a brutal segment in which the host tore into the American coal industry. The document accuses Oliver of a "ruthless character assassination" of Robert Murray, CEO of the nation's largest coal mining operation, Murray Energy. SEE ALSO: Coal company sues John Oliver for being John Oliver It didn't exactly come as a surprise; in fact, Oliver more or less dared the notoriously litigious coal boss by mocking an earlier cease-and-desist letter from his company on the show. And at least one first amendment lawyer has said Murray doesn't have much of a leg to stand on. But that doesn't mean we can't enjoy the absurd spectacle of the legal team for the man Oliver described as a "geriatric Dr. Evil" trying to out-bombast the HBO comedian's signature hyperbolic wit in dry legalese. Here are some of the lawsuit's best moments: Murray's giant squirrel tormenter "Defendants continued their ruthless character assassination and attack on Plaintiffs? business reputations by describing Mr. Murray as someone who 'looks like a geriatric Dr. Evil' and arranging for a staff member to dress up in a squirrel costume and deliver the message 'Eat Shit, Bob!? to Mr. Murray.'" This is one of the lawsuit's several references to a staffer dressed as a giant squirrel whom Oliver brought out to insult Murray. The stunt was a reference to some apocryphal company lore about a squirrel urging Murray into the coal business ? it's a long story. Suffice to say, Mr. Nutterbutter seems to have really gotten under Murray's skin. BTW Murray didn't actually talk to a squirrel, OK? "Specifically, in reference to an absurd story that Mr. Murray claimed a squirrel had told him he should operate his own mines, Defendant Oliver stated 'You know what, I actually believe him on that one.'" At least everyone's in agreement that Murray didn't actually consult a squirrel about his business decisions. Maybe there's hope for an amicable resolution yet! Oliver endorses Mr. Nutterbutter's vulgar harassment "If that were not enough, after the live taping, Defendant Oliver exclaimed to the audience that having someone in a squirrel costume tell Mr. Murray to 'Eat Shit' was a 'dream come true.'" On second thought, he's got a point. Have you no decency, Mr. Nutterbutter? Good faith efforts "Even worse, toward the end of the broadcast, Defendant Oliver confirmed that Defendants intentionally expanded their attack against Mr. Murray and the Plaintiffs as retaliation for Plaintiffs' good faith efforts to ensure the accuracy of the broadcast. Defendant Oliver stated "Bob Murray, I didn't really plan for so much of this piece to be about you, but you kind of forced my hand on that one." Murray's lawyers seem to be working under a loose definition of "good faith efforts" that encompasses cease-and-desist letters. Neither ceasing nor desisting "Intentionally and in obvious retaliation for this humanitarian request, Defendant Oliver boldly announced '[a]s we have been explicitly told to cease and desist, let us do neither of those things, and let's talk about Bob Murray.'" How many lawsuits are able to claim that a defendant explicitly announced their intention to ignore them on national television?  Clinton conspiracy "[HBO parent Time Warner] is widely reported as a top ten donor of Hillary Clinton, as tracked by the Center for Responsive Politics at OpenSecrets.org. As a presidential candidate, Mrs. Clinton's agenda was to 'put a lotta coal miners and coal companies outta business.'" Murray's lawyers have connected the dots. This one goes all the way to the top. Anti-Trump agenda  "[The defendant's statements] advance their biases against the coal industry and theirdisdain for the coal-related policies of the Trump Administration." What's a controversy these days without a Donald Trump cameo? Oliver's job description "Instead, presumably to boost ratings, line their pockets with profits and advance the show?s anti-coal agenda..." The first two items are, after all, Oliver's job. As for the third, it seems pretty fair to say he's not a huge fan of the industry's practices. Public shame and disgrace "The Defamatory Statements are defamatory per se in that, on their face, they reflect upon Plaintiffs' reputation and character in a manner that: injured Plaintiffs' reputation and subject Plaintiffs to public hatred, ridicule, shame, or disgrace." This would actually make a good blurb for Oliver's show. WATCH: John Oliver proves Trump's scandals are way worse than Clinton's with raisins


  • Barack Obama received 'intelligence bombshell' on Russian hacking plans, investigators report
     

    Barack Obama received 'intelligence bombshell' on Russian hacking plans, investigators reportBarack Obama received an ?intelligence bombshell? from the CIA to warn him of a hacking campaign led by Vladimir Putin to help Donald Trump win the US election, it has been reported. The Russian president had given specific instructions on the operation?s objectives to defeat Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton, and help get her opponent elected, the Washington Post revealed in a special report. Citing interviews with current and former senior US officials, the newspaper detailed how the Obama administration allegedly considered retaliating against Putin by releasing intelligence on him, and planting ?cyber weapons? in Russia?s infrastructure to destroy its economy.


  • Black off-duty cop shot by colleague while responding to car crash
     

    Black off-duty cop shot by colleague while responding to car crashA complex situation involving a car crash and three sets of police led to the shooting of a black officer by a white one in St. Louis.


  • The Latest: Lawyer for Manson follower blasts parole denial
     

    The Latest: Lawyer for Manson follower blasts parole denialSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? The Latest on the parole hearing for Patricia Krenwinkel, a follower of cult leader Charles Manson (all times local):


  • Michelle Carter Spotted First Time In Public After Guilty Verdict
     

    Michelle Carter Spotted First Time In Public After Guilty VerdictPhotos of the 20-year-old Massachusetts woman, who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself, were posted by Daily Mail on Thursday.


  • China's Xi visit to Hong Kong confirmed: report
     

    China's Xi visit to Hong Kong confirmed: reportPresident Xi Jinping will come to Hong Kong next week to mark 20 years since the city was handed back to China by Britain, local media said, in a visit that will be incendiary to activists. Although widely expected, officials have not so far said whether Xi will make the trip, his first to Hong Kong since becoming president in 2013. The South China Morning Post reported for the first time Friday that Xi's visit had been "confirmed", citing unnamed sources with knowledge of the visit.


  • Suspect in Michigan airport stabbing attempted to buy gun before attack
     

    Suspect in Michigan airport stabbing attempted to buy gun before attackThe man charged with stabbing an airport police officer in Michigan unsuccessfully attempted to purchase a gun before the attack, which is being investigated as an act of terrorism, federal officials said on Thursday. The suspect, Amor Ftouhi, 49, of Quebec, Canada, has been charged in federal court with violence at an international airport for stabbing Jeff Neville, an officer at the Bishop International Airport in Flint, in the neck on Wednesday.


  • Here?s Why That Harley/Ducati Rumor is BS
     

    Here?s Why That Harley/Ducati Rumor is BSHere?s Why That Harley/Ducati Rumor is BS Combination of brands could be successful but is unlikely to ever occur On Wednesday we posted a story about rumors that Harley-Davidson may be interested in purchasing Italian brand Ducati , the latter being the


  • Rolling sequoia: Idaho tree tied to John Muir set for move
     

    Rolling sequoia: Idaho tree tied to John Muir set for moveBOISE, Idaho (AP) ? Not very often does a 10-story-tall, 800,000-pound landmark change locations. Especially one that's alive.


  • News outlets 'banned from filming' Jared Kushner during visit to Israel
     

    News outlets 'banned from filming' Jared Kushner during visit to IsraelJournalists were ordered not to photograph Jared Kushner while he is in Israel on a quick visit trying to broker a peace deal for father-in-law Donald Trump. It is unclear at this time who gave the order, but reports indicate that an Associated Press cameraman was prevented from filming Mr Kushner's arrival at the office of Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu. Another cameraman was told to delete the memory card in his camera, which reportedly contained images of Mr Kushner's arrival and from Mr Netanyahu's office.


  • 24 Sweet and Spooky Halloween Desserts
     

    24 Sweet and Spooky Halloween Desserts


  • Anger in Mosul as Islamic State destroys historic mosque
     

    Anger in Mosul as Islamic State destroys historic mosqueBy Kawa Omar and Ahmed Rasheed MOSUL/BAGHDAD, Iraq (Reuters) - The leaning al-Hadba minaret that towered over Mosul for 850 years lay in ruins on Thursday, demolished by retreating Islamic State militants, but Iraq's prime minister said the act marked their final defeat in the city. "In the early morning, I climbed up to the roof of my house and was stunned to see the Hadba minaret had gone," Nashwan, a day-laborer who lives near the mosque, said by phone. The demolition came on Wednesday night as Iraqi forces closed in on the mosque, which carried enormous symbolic importance for Islamic State (IS).


  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leads Off-Camera White House Briefing
     

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leads Off-Camera White House BriefingWill she take Spicer's job?


  • Think of all the amazing things you can do with Philips? Alexa-enabled Hue Lightstrips
     

    Think of all the amazing things you can do with Philips? Alexa-enabled Hue Lightstrips

    Philips Hue is obviously the premiere name in smart lighting solutions. Philips was one of the earliest companies to dive head first into the connected lighting market, and it remains one of the top names to this day. Everyone knows about Philips? standard Hue bulbs, but the company makes a bunch of different products. One thing you definitely need to check out if you haven?t already is the 2nd-Generation Philips 800276 Hue Lightstrip Plus, which is discounted right now on Amazon. In terms of smarts, the Lightstrip is controlled in exactly the same way as Philips? other bulbs. It?s a strip of LEDs though, so you can do all sorts of creative things with it.

    Here are some key details from the product page:

    • Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming, shades of white, and color settings through voice control (hub required, Alexa device and Philips hub sold separately)
    • Enjoy light effects synced to our music and extend you TV experience to the whole room, or lift your gaming experience to the next level
    • Place under furniture or kitchen cabinets, into coves or highlight architectural features with indirect light

    If you?re looking for a less expensive option and you don?t need Alexa, check out the Alanda 16.4 ft LED Rope Light. In fact, you can couple it with an Alexa-enabled smart plug and still save money, though you won?t get the same range of functionality and compatibility as you would with the Hue Lightstrip.


  • US Navy to hold Japan memorial for sailors killed in crash
     

    US Navy to hold Japan memorial for sailors killed in crashThe US navy said Friday it will hold a memorial ceremony for seven sailors killed when their destroyer collided with a container ship off Japan's coast last weekend. The service will be held on Tuesday at the naval base in Yokosuka, southwest of Tokyo, where the badly damaged destroyer USS Fitzgerald is based, a navy spokeswoman said. The sailors' relatives, US military officials and some 300 crew members of the guided-missile warship will join the private event, she added, without releasing other details.


  • Father of missing Chinese scholar: 'Give my daughter back'
     

    Father of missing Chinese scholar: 'Give my daughter back'URBANA, Ill. (AP) ? The father of a visiting Chinese scholar missing from the University of Illinois made an emotional appeal on Thursday for his 26-year-old child's safe return, saying in an interview: "Give my daughter back."


  • Everything We Know About the New Bronco and Ranger
     

    Everything We Know About the New Bronco and RangerFord promises a new small pickup truck and a return of the legendary Bronco name. Here's what to expect.


  • States won't rush approval of Yellowstone grizzly hunts
     

    States won't rush approval of Yellowstone grizzly huntsHELENA, Mont. (AP) ? The Latest on removing Yellowstone region grizzly bears from federal protections (all times local):


  • Coal company sues John Oliver for being John Oliver
     

    Coal company sues John Oliver for being John OliverA U.S. coal company is firing back at John Oliver after the Last Week Tonight host slammed its CEO in a June 18 show. On Wednesday, Murray Energy filed suit against Oliver, HBO, and Time Warner for defamation. The lawsuit accuses Oliver of hosting a "false and malicious broadcast" and of carrying out a "meticulously planned attempt to assassinate the character and reputation" of Bob Murray, the Ohio company's chief executive. SEE ALSO: Richard Branson: Business leaders are 'baffled' by Trump on climate change Oliver's show also skewered President Trump's pro-coal platform and promises to revive the long-suffering industry. The Trump administration has made a big spectacle in recent months of championing coal while sidelining efforts to address climate change. President Trump and Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, have often invited hardhat-wearing miners on stage to celebrate the rollback of key federal regulations ? including orders to reduce carbon emissions and toxic air pollution from coal plants and limit water contamination from surface mining operations. Like Trump and Pruitt, Murray has frequently accused the former Obama administration of waging a "war on coal" that's led to steep losses in mining jobs and waning coal production. The 77-year-old magnate has blamed his industry's troubles ? including widespread bankruptcies and mine closures ? on President Obama's "evil agenda," though energy experts say coal's misfortunes have more to do with cheap natural gas. On his HBO show, Oliver poked holes in Trump's claims that his administration can erase the coal industry's broader economic problems and revive thousands of jobs. He also stressed the serious, and sometimes fatal, harm that coal miners can face while in the mines ? including those owned by Murray Energy. In 2007, safety lapses at Murray Energy's Crandall Canyon mine in Utah resulted in the "needless deaths" of nine miners and rescuers, the U.S. Labor Department found. Federal regulators in 2015 accused Murray Energy of attempting to silence miners who filed confidential safety complaints to regulators.  President Trump signs a resolution in February disapproving  a rule addressing the impacts of surface coal mining operations on "surface water, groundwater, and the productivity of mining operation sites."Image: Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty ImagesThe coal company in recent years also terminated health benefits ? including medical, prescription drug, and life insurance ? for hundreds of its employees, a decision it largely blamed on Obama-era policies.  Oliver, in his characteristically over the top way, called Murray a "geriatric Dr. Evil" who is "on the same side as black lung."  The talk-show host pointed to a satirical article in the United Mine Workers of America's journal describing a squirrel hopping onto Murray's porch and telling him, "You shouldn't be operating your very own mines." To drive home his point, Oliver brought out a person in a giant squirrel costume. Murray CEO Bob Murray speaks to reporters in 2007 near Huntington, Utah, during the Crandall Canyon mine disaster.Image: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images"Bob Murray, I didn't really plan for so much of this piece to be about you, but you kinda forced my hand on that one," Oliver said.  He clearly anticipated the suit, saying: "And I know you're probably going to sue me over this. But, you know what? I stand by everything I said." Murray Energy took him up on that offer. The lawsuit, filed in a West Virginia circuit court, seeks financial damages and a court order barring rebroadcasts of the Last Week Tonight segment. "The false and defamatory statements in this broadcast severely and destructively impact Mr. Murray, and all of Murray Energy ... as well as coal mining itself," Murray Energy said in a press release. An HBO spokesman told the Associated Press that the show didn't violate Murray Energy's rights or those of Murray. WATCH: This portable charger is powered by energy created with your hand


  • LAPD Officer, 31, Arrested for Alleged Sexual Relationship With 15-Year-Old Cadet: Cops
     

    LAPD Officer, 31, Arrested for Alleged Sexual Relationship With 15-Year-Old Cadet: CopsLAPD Officer Robert Cain was arrested for having an alleged sexual tryst with a 15-year-old female cadet, who was also arrested last week.


  • Arab states issue ultimatum to Qatar: close Jazeera, curb ties with Iran
     

    Arab states issue ultimatum to Qatar: close Jazeera, curb ties with IranBy William Maclean, Rania El Gamal and Tom Finn DUBAI/DOHA (Reuters) - Four Arab states that imposed a boycott on Qatar have issued an ultimatum to Doha to close Al Jazeera television, curb ties with Iran, shut a Turkish base and pay reparations, demands so far reaching it would appear to be hard for Doha to comply. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have sent a 13-point list of demands apparently aimed at dismantling their tiny but wealthy neighbor's two-decade-old interventionist foreign policy which has incensed them. A Qatari government spokesman said Doha was reviewing the list of demands and that a formal response would be made by the foreign ministry and delivered to Kuwait, but added that the demands were not reasonable or actionable.


  • Are There Enough Votes To Pass GOP Health Care Bill?
     

    Are There Enough Votes To Pass GOP Health Care Bill?Republican senators rolled out their much-anticipated health care bill Thursday after weeks of secrecy.


  • Luisa Ortega: Venezuelan prosecutor defying president
     

    Luisa Ortega: Venezuelan prosecutor defying presidentHer enemies have branded her insane, but those close to Venezuela's Attorney General Luisa Ortega say her defiance of the government over the country's deadly political crisis is pure courage. A longtime sympathizer of the socialist movement that brought President Nicolas Maduro to power, Ortega, 59, says her relatives have received threats in recent weeks since she has emerged as the biggest challenge to his authority. In return, Maduro's allies have set the machinery of the state judiciary in motion against her.


  • Minneapolis police asked to limit presence at pride parade
     

    Minneapolis police asked to limit presence at pride paradeMINNEAPOLIS (AP) ? Minneapolis' first openly gay police chief responded sharply Thursday to a decision by organizers of the Twin Cities Pride Parade to ask her department to minimize its participation in Sunday's annual event due to tensions over the police shooting of Philando Castile.


  • California man vists Disneyland 2,000 days in a row
     

    California man vists Disneyland 2,000 days in a rowAs one of the world's largest entertainment companies, Disney is used to adoring fans but one man has topped them all, visiting its California theme park 2,000 days in a row. Jeff Reitz marked the milestone on Thursday, using his Disneyland Resort annual pass which had enabled his trek to the park on a daily basis since January 1, 2012. "What we mostly know about him is that he loves Disneyland," said John McClintock, a spokesman for the theme park.


  • US Energy Secretary Rick Perry told he lacks 'fundamental understanding' of climate science
     

    US Energy Secretary Rick Perry told he lacks 'fundamental understanding' of climate scienceThe American Meteorological Society has told Rick Perry he lacks a ?fundamental understanding? of science after the US Energy Secretary claimed carbon dioxide was not a primary cause of climate change. The former governor of Texas told CNBC TV that ?the most likely the primary control knob [for climate change] is the ocean waters and this environment that we live in?, rather than greenhouse gas emissions produced by human activity. Becoming the latest of Donald Trump?s administration to dispute established science without any attempt at reasoned argument, Mr Perry also said it was ?quite all right? to be a sceptic about climate change, suggesting the trait was one held by any ?wise, intellectually engaged person?.


  • 33 Pasta Salads That Will Kill At Your Next Cookout
     

    33 Pasta Salads That Will Kill At Your Next Cookout


  • 'Pizzagate' gunman in DC sentenced to 4 years in prison
     

    'Pizzagate' gunman in DC sentenced to 4 years in prisonWASHINGTON (AP) ? An online conspiracy theory dubbed "pizzagate" ended Thursday with real-world consequences when a North Carolina man was sentenced to prison for arming himself with an assault rifle, traveling to the nation's capital and firing his weapon inside a neighborhood pizza restaurant.


  • Pakistan says Indian man admits spying, India dismisses it as farce
     

    Pakistan says Indian man admits spying, India dismisses it as farceISLAMABAD/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian citizen sentenced to death for spying in Pakistan has admitted espionage and filed a mercy petition with the chief of army staff, the Pakistan military said on Thursday, a statement India dismissed as a farce. Former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested last year in Pakistan's southwestern province of Baluchistan, the site of a long-running conflict between the Pakistan military and separatist insurgents.


  • After 2 Deaths, Millionaire Pressured to End Search for Hidden $2 Million Treasure
     

    After 2 Deaths, Millionaire Pressured to End Search for Hidden $2 Million TreasureForest Fenn claims the deaths of two people who were hunting for the $2 million in gold are not his fault.


  • Casey Anthony?s Parents Counter Sue Over Family Home Foreclosure
     

    Casey Anthony?s Parents Counter Sue Over Family Home ForeclosureCaylee Anthony lived with her mother and grandparents at the home at the time of her death in 2008.