Two more players were benched by NFL teams on Wednesday over allegations of domestic violence.
At least 232 people were killed by an explosion in a coal mine in Turkey, and officials say hundreds more are still missing. Efforts to rescue any workers who survived far below the earth’s surface are being complicated by a fire in the mine.
A former BP executive who led the company’s cleanup of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill has agreed to pay $224,000 in penalties and restitution in a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly trading on inside information on the disaster.
The crisis in Ukraine has taken on even more of a Cold War-era feel after a Russian warplane made nearly a dozen low passes over the weekend of a U.S. destroyer that was sailing in the Black Sea.
“The two Koreas exchanged artillery fire across the western maritime border on Monday after the North staged a live-fire drill that sent artillery shells into southern waters and prompted the evacuation of South Korean islanders,” South Korea’s Yonhap News writes.
U.S. school systems should not take cafeteria lunches away from students whose parents have not paid their accounts, says the Department of Agriculture.
Steven ‘Chunk’ Thomas allegedly drove one of the vehicles during Dec. 6 incident
Albert Garrison is charged with assault and driving without a license
Pakistani officials said Friday that a suspected U.S. drone strike in the country’s tribal belt has killed at least two people and injured several others. The incident comes amid growing controversy in Pakistan over American drone attacks.
The former University of California police officer, who gained international notoriety for pepper spraying student protesters almost two years ago, is back in the news.