TORONTO (AP) — Two young men who built a mysterious tunnel in Toronto had no criminal intent, police said Monday.
Early Saturday morning, police, firefighters and emergency crews responded to a call about a man approximately 100 feet up an electrical pole in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest said President Barack Obama is “very interested” in the possibility of using executive action to hike taxes on corporations.
Zara Adil was working the register at Discount Tobacco Zone in Lexington, Kentucky, on Friday night when two robbery suspects entered the store and demanded cash.
The top White House spokesman said Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has no strategy for accomplishing his goal of dealing with Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
It was a vision rivaling Walt Disney’s: grow a thriving industry and fundamentally transform Florida’s economy.
The White House on Monday defended the Obama administration’s move to ban certain bullets used in a wildly popular rifle, a proposal that has stirred opposition from Second Amendment advocates and a prominent member of Congress.
Hidden in the portrait of former President Bill Clinton is a subtle metaphor that represents the sex scandal that rocked his administration in the late 1990s, according to the man who painted it.
Scammers may not be able to hack into your phone — but they may not need to. They can just buy their own.
When Evan Todd lost his 1999 state championship football ring, he assumed he’d never see the high school relic again, but ten years after it went missing, he believes that a random phone call from the man who mysteriously found it was nothing short of “miraculous.” See, it wasn’t just any ring.
An alarm was sounded by at least one U.S. congresswoman last September that Nigerian terror group Boko Haram could “explode any day” and become a more dire danger.
There is apparently an ingredient in black licorice candy that if eaten in mass could cause harmful health effects.
Madhuri Eunni sheepishly admits that sometimes she skips lunch, which is why having a protein-packed breakfast is so important for her health. Every morning she was tediously measuring out flax seeds, chia seeds and protein powder, which took time and sometimes still left her not getting the amount of nutrition she needed.
Byron Ferguson is an archer from Alabama with a reputation for being able to hit “anything you [throw] at him,” according to Destin Sandlin, the host of Smarter Every Day.
Justice is supposed to be blind. It’s not supposed to see what it wants to see. Douglas Dendinger is a 47-year-old disabled Army veteran who found himself the target of an apparent police conspiracy to put him away for life — all because he handed a court summons to a cop, WWL-TV reported.
If you’ve been in a fender bender or other minor traffic accident, you probably know the drill: You briefly collect your thoughts, then, if you’re physically able, get out of the car to talk to the other driver, make sure everyone is OK and assess the damage.
Among the pro-Palestinian activists outside the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual policy conference in Washington Sunday was one demonstrator holding the yellow flag of the Shiite terrorist group Hezbollah.
A defiant Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel will continue to stand up for its right to exist against the growing threat posed by Iran, and defended his controversial Tuesday speech to Congress as a chance to warn America that this threat is growing.
History buffs were thrilled when the body of King Richard III was found underneath a Leicester parking lot a few years ago, and the historical artifacts from that region continue to emerge.
Wild video appeared on LiveLeak late last week of a “maniac” leaping on top of an occupied police cruiser, then stomping on the headlights.