“He's a pill-popping junky who had 2 duis… He prob just jumped parole,” DiNardo texted a friend.
SHENYANG, China (AP) — Friends of China's ailing and imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo have made their way to his hospital at the risk of being detained by the authorities, saying they want to show their support in what could be his final moments.
President Trump heads to Paris, France, to celebrate Bastille Day with French President Emmanuel Macron, who is poised to get a win out of the occasion.
Dozens of women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault, but only one of them, Andrea Constand, might send him to prison with the power of her testimony. Over hours of testimony that will stretch into Wednesday, Constand recounted how Cosby became her mentor and her friend.
One of the students who skipped a photo with House Speaker Paul Ryan last month penned an op-ed defending her peers’ decision, writing that “we have our own thoughts and opinions.”
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — More than two decades after it was discovered at the bottom of Lake Champlain, a Revolutionary War gunboat may see the light of day under a museum plan to raise, preserve and put the vessel on display.
The terror attack in London became an occasion for President Trump to criticize the London mayor’s attempts to reassure his city.
An armed man who killed 37 people when he set fire to a casino in the Philippine capital was a father-of-three from Manila motivated by heavy gambling debts and not terrorism, authorities said Sunday. The identification of the attacker as Jessie Javier Carlos, a Catholic, proves that claims of responsibility by the Islamic State group for Friday’s attack were false, President Rodrigo Duterte and police said. Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde said Carlos, 43, had three children and had been banned from all casinos in April by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) following a request from his family because of his gambling addiction.
A withdrawal from the Paris Agreement by the U.S — which would not take effect until 2020 — would be primarily symbolic.
While the proposed laptop ban would force plane passengers to check electronics larger than a cell phone, safety experts are now concerned about the risk of an on-board fire in the belly of the plane.