The El Cajon Police Department said the man was acting erratically and did not respond to officers’ commands.
Dee Gordon broke into tears after rounding the bases as he wore No. 16 in honor of teammate José Fernández, who died Sunday in a boating accident.
The man who opened fire on cars Monday morning at a strip mall in southwest Houston was killed by police. Police identified him as 46-year-old Nathan DeSai.
Palmer became a golf superstar in the 1960s, achieving status as a household name along with a string of championship titles.
Police identified the gunman who killed five people inside a Macy’s on Friday night as 20-year-old Arcan Cetin.
For days, protesters have demanded Charlotte police release footage of the death of Keith Lamont Scott. Police finally did so on Saturday. WARNING: This video is graphic.
Officer Betty Shelby turned herself in early Friday, just hours after being charged with first-degree manslaughter.
The recall affects ice cream that could contain listeria distributed in 10 states.
Donald Trump Jr. on Monday posted a meme that compared refugees to a bowl of candy laced with poison. Warning: Some of these images are graphic.
Authorities said Monday that they still believe Dahir Adan, 20, acted alone.
Us Weekly on Sunday reported that Gaga has been confirmed to headline the 2017 halftime show, but an NFL spokesperson said no final decision has been made.
As the eldest Von Trapp daughter, Carr memorably danced around a gazebo during a rainstorm with her secret postman paramour in the iconic number “Sixteen Going On Seventeen.”
After ending an interview about her father’s maternity leave policy, Ivanka Trump said the magazine should focus on advocating change.
A 44-year-old man was arrested after police said he tried to run three police officers over at a gas station.
The investigation follows reports that Donald Trump’s charity purchased gifts for the businessman, documented donations that didn’t exist, and registered other irregularities.
Michael Sandford, 20, previously told authorities he had traveled to Donald Trump’s June 18 rally in Las Vegas to kill the Republican presidential nominee.
Security intervened after protesters rushed the stage at the end of Lochte’s performance. Two men were later arrested by Los Angeles police.
“I’m not in the name-calling business,” the Republican vice presidential nominee told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.