Photos circulating among residents of Greenville and in the media were originally posted on Facebook by a performance art duo in New Hampshire.
The bill closed a loophole in existing law related to unconscious victims and was inspired by the case of Brock Turner, lawmakers said.
The actor gave unforgettable performances that showcased his comedic chops and unexpected vulnerability.
The musical legend died unexpectedly of a heart attack, his family told a reporter in Mexico.
The Green Party candidate for president says keeping animals in zoos is ethically wrong and should be illegal.
Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky has asked to be assigned to civil cases after becoming the target of protests and a recall campaign.
Brazilian police on Thursday formally charged Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, who will be summoned back to Rio to testify.
Six-time Olympic medalist problems.
Solo, the star goalkeeper of the US women’s national team, drew fire for calling out the Swedish team at the Olympics in Rio.
Tickets go on sale this week, and daily tours of the 65,000-square-foot complex are set to begin in October.
David Becker was accused of assaulting two of his high school classmates while they were unconscious after a house party in April.
Investigators released their findings Monday in the June death of 2-year-old Lane Graves.
Feyisa Lilesa, 26, crossed his arms as he crossed the finish line for a silver medal on Sunday, a gesture of solidarity with the Oromo people.
Around 40,000 homes have been damaged by torrential rains and flooding, officials said Thursday, and many were still underwater.
The details of the “Birth of a Nation” filmmaker’s 1999 rape case may have eluded studios bidding record prices for his movie, but for students there at the time, the incident and its aftermath were explosive and polarizing.
“It’s harassment. Any way you look at it, it’s harassment.”
“When it’s personal like this,” said Maria Hamilton, whose son was killed in an officer-involved shooting in 2014, “we don’t need no cameras.”
Oscar Morel, 35, was charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon after the two men were gunned down Saturday afternoon near a Queens mosque.
At least 24 others were wounded when a Doctors Without Borders facility was partially destroyed, the group said.