Carolina Panters QB Cam Newton, who suffered a fracture of two bones in his lower back two weeks ago but returned to lead his team to a 17-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, criticized Panthers fans for cheering when Browns QB Johnny Manziel injured his hamstring late in the first half.
A black gospel church in Stockton decided to take a radically different approach to the politically charged relations between some members of the black community and police departments by inviting their local police to their Sunday service Dec. 21 and
Only hours after two New York policemen were ambushed and executed in Brooklyn by a man claiming he wanted revenge for the death of Eric Garner, a man in the Bronx allegedly attempted to murder a third New York policeman.
A burglar breaking into a Sacramento apartment stole a camera and a hand radio–but also the ashes of the victim’s best friend. Ed Legenza, who is in his sixties, had moved back to the apartment he had lived in with
Staples has revealed that a cyberattack that hacked into two of its stores in July and continued at 111 or more stores through September stole personal information from an estimated 1.16 million payment cards, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Carly Fiorina, sensing that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee in 2016 and prompt the GOP to search for a woman to put on the presidential ticket, is reportedly preparing to enter the presidential campaign, likely to angle for
Bud Selig, 80, stepping down on January 25 as commissioner of MLB, will receive $6 million annually after he retires.
Although some Cuban celebrities in Hollywood reacted with pleasure to President Barack Obama’s announcement that the United States will normalize relations with the communist Castro regime in Cuba, those who have opposed the regime simply remained silent. The publicist for
The White House, in its usual impotent way, responded to the cyber attack on Sony Studios with a barrage of verbiage. White House spokesman Josh Earnest intoned that the attacks were executed by a “sophisticated actor with malicious intent… We
The FBI claims that the cyberattacks targeting Sony pictures originated from North Korea, but the attack aimed at the film The Interview may have been launched from Iran, China or Russia. The suspicion of the three other countries derives from
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