More than a hundred remain unaccounted for, an ever-changing list of names amid the frenzy of new and canceled missing persons reports.
Roy Clark, a country guitarist, singer and cornpone comedian who headlined the hit variety show "Hee Haw" and was known for crossover hits including "Yesterday, When I Was Young," died Nov. 15 at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was 85. The cause was complications of pneumonia, according to a statement from his publicists, Sandy Brokaw and Jeremy Westby.
Report is the latest sign that that the social-networking giant faces an onslaught of online abuse even as it improves its tools to spot it.
In bid to reduce underage vaping and smoking, agency moves to impose sales restrictions and bans.
WASHINGTON - The Treasury Department has designated 17 Saudi Arabians for involvement in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, imposing sanctions that freeze any assets under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibit Americans from dealings with them. All of the 17, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement, were "involved in the abhorrent killing" that "targeted and brutally killed a journalist who resided and worked in the United States [and] must face consequences for their actions."
The California Democrat played down concerns about the more than one dozen members of her party demanding fresh leadership.
Tow truck operators loaded up the vehicle and transported it to a city lot. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that a mother had been pulled over on suspicion of drunken driving and taken into custody; a 10-month-old child was taken out of the minivan before it was removed from the road. But, apparently, no one noticed a 4-year-old girl who was still inside the van.
WASHINGTON - A rare, two-headed snake that was found a few months ago in a suburban Virginia yard has died. Experts said it wasn't immediately clear what caused the snake to die, but snake keepers who specialize in caring for bicephalous snakes said it was "particularly challenged because of how far down the spine was fused." The copperhead was about six to eight inches long and was about two or three weeks old when it was found. It first showed up in September in a yard in Woodbridge, about 23 miles south of here.
Michael Avenatti, the brash lawyer and cable news fixture who came to prominence after he sued President Donald Trump on behalf of an adult-film star, was arrested Wednesday in Los Angeles on suspicion of domestic violence, police said. The Los Angeles Police Department said he was booked on a felony domestic violence charge, with a $50,000 bail. "This is an ongoing investigation and we will provide more details as they become available," the department wrote on Twitter. The incident happened Tuesday, said LAPD spokesman Jeff Lee.
The new Senate package includes lowering mandatory minimum sentences for drug felonies, including reducing the "three-strikes" penalty from life behind bars to 25 years.