A Louisiana mother said after only one ride, her son’s hoverboard started “to shoot sparks” while charging and “within minutes the entire room was in flames.”
Jason Van Dyke, the Chicago police officer charged in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, was released Monday after posting bail.
Deen “ruthlessly attacked” Tori Lux, she says. The actor has denied rape claims and said, “I respect women and I know and respect limits.”
In an online threat that prompted the university to close on Monday, federal prosecutors allege the 21-year-old suspect also threatened to kill “any number of white policemen” who responded.
Deen responded on Twitter Sunday night to accusations from his ex-girlfriend Stoya that he had raped her, saying they were “egregious claims.”
After two decades with the NBA, Bryant wrote a poem to the sport saying that he will retire at the end of the 2015-2016 season.
A 16-year-old died late Sunday after twerking on the hood of his friend’s Jeep, only to fall off and get pinned underneath the SUV, his parents said.
A New York church maintenance worker discovered the baby after hearing its cries coming from the manger. A priest at the church called it a “Christmas miracle.”
The four men await charges related to the shooting near the city’s 4th Precinct which left five people injured.
The lawsuit comes after Gov. Pence joined 30 other U.S. governors in stating he would not accept Syrian refugees over security concerns in wake of the Paris attacks.
The ad campaign featuring Nazi and Imperial Japanese insignia sparked criticism on social media and prompted the Governor to call the agency over their removal.
A shooting began Sunday night while an estimated 500 people were in a park in the Upper Ninth Ward and at least 17 people were taken to the hospital, police said.
The court has temporarily suspended construction on the Big Island’s summit, which has been the site of protests by Hawaiians who say it’s sacred.
Fans in Istanbul were heard jeering during a moment held for the victims of Friday’s terror attacks in Paris. Chants of “Allahu Akbar” also broke out.
Authorities are attempting to dismantle a demonstration for Jamar Clark, who was fatally shot by police on Sunday and died on Monday.
State authorities on Tuesday announced that the investigation into James Clark’s death is ongoing. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has named the officers involved.
A new documentary film reveals the daily struggles of a family living in a homeless encampment in Honolulu.
“Anything could have went differently and I would have been — nobody’s going to survive once it hit,” he said. “I would have never known what happened.”
Hawaii health officials said Tuesday that 117 people have now been infected with the mosquito-borne disease in an outbreak spreading across the Big Island.