The parents of two Stockton, California girls reacted with confusion and sorrow Monday, three days after their 14-year-old daughter was killed in a crash in which investigators said her older sister was driving while driving under the influence and apparently live-streaming on social media.
“I found the bug, picked the bug up and I put it in my hand and lit it on fire,” said a woman in Topeka, Kan., describing the moments before she tried to kill a second bug in her apartment with a lighter, setting the building on fire.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is investigating a video posted on multiple social media sites showing a group of individuals traveling at high speed on the water dragging a shark behind the vessel.
North Korea will be able to field a reliable, nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile as early as next year, U.S. officials have concluded in a confidential assessment that dramatically shrinks the timeline for when Pyongyang could strike North American cities with atomic weapons.
Outspoken Raleigh, N.C., pastor John Pavlovitz used strong language about Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis to push for universal healthcare. Area clergy say making sure people have healthcare is part of loving thy neighbor.
The footprint wall in the labor and delivery unit at Anderson Hospital in Maryville, Illinois will be painted over next year as the hospital continues renovations. That means the hundreds of tiny footprints and memorial stamps for babies will be covered up, a 19-year tradition.
After an outcry of longtime aspiring digital artists, Microsoft said it would not discontinue the classic program Paint. Instead, the company said an app version would be available in the Windows store.
President Donald Trump's withering invective about Jeff Sessions over the last week an effort to pressure the attorney general into resigning with an eye to ending the Justice Department investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.