News 2022-08-25T17:30:08Z

A Missouri school district is letting parents 'opt-in' to allowing corporal punishment to be used on their children. Doctors have strongly advised against it.

The American Academy of Pediatrics has put out guidance that advises against any form of spanking or corporal punishment.
News 2022-08-25T16:01:11Z

Alabama pastor left 'traumatized' after being arrested while watering his neighbors flowers, his lawyer says

Video shows the pastor being arrested after refusing to give the officers identification while he watered his neighbors flowers.
News 2022-08-25T15:26:08Z

A Texas middle school named for a Black author deemed parts of his biography 'not appropriate' for students

"Life Is So Good," which is about George Dawson, is under review in the district after a teacher said she wanted to teach it to a seventh-grade class.
Entertainment 2022-08-24T18:54:11Z

Sylvester Stallone's wife, Jennifer Flavin, files for divorce after 25 years of marriage, accusing him of hiding marital assets

In a statement, Stallone said his family was "amicably and privately addressing these personal issues."
Celebrity 2022-08-24T16:35:42Z

Harry Styles was shocked to learn the early fans of his hit 'Watermelon Sugar' were all little kids

Harry Styles has previously confirmed that the hit song is about both the "sweetness of life" and also the "female orgasm."
News 2022-08-24T15:35:55Z

Local funeral homes refused to handle services for Uvalde gunman after elementary school shooting, county coroner says

The county coroner said the gunman's body was in a morgue for three weeks before an out-of-town funeral home offered to take the remains.
News 2022-08-24T13:41:35Z

The body of a Zion hiker who was missing for 3 days after being swept away from flood waters has been found, National Park Service says

Jetal Agnihotri, a 29-year-old from Tuscon, Arizona, was pronounced dead after being found in the Virgin River in Zion National Park.
News 2022-08-23T20:41:59Z

Prosecutor drops charges against police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, saying they 'committed no crimes'

The prosecutor said Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe, who fatally shot Brooks, was "justified in the use of force regarding the situation."
News 2022-08-23T15:59:40Z

2 men found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer after their first trial ended in partial mistrial

A jury found Barry Croft and Adam Fox guilty on counts of conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer and conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.
Weather 2022-08-23T15:12:15Z

Photos of flooding in drought-stricken Dallas show water rushing through homes and cars submerged on waterlogged roads

At least one woman was killed during the rainfall when her car was swept away by flood waters, a Dallas County official said.
Royals 2022-08-23T14:14:42Z

William and Kate are moving from London to Windsor so the royal family's children can start at a new school in September

The royal family's permanent residence and office will remain at Kensington Palace as they settle their kids into school outside of Windsor.
News 2022-08-23T10:17:42Z

Dozens of puppies in Michigan are dying from a mysterious disease that officials say resembles a fatal virus with no cure

Officials said the illness seemed similar to the highly infectious parvovirus, and that they are working to identify it.
News 2022-08-22T19:27:24Z

One person dead and 2 people injured in Atlanta shooting. Suspect is in custody, police say.

Local residents were told to avoid midtown areas by Atlanta Police Department earlier on Monday.
Celebrity 2022-08-22T17:51:51Z

Fetty Wap faces at least a 5 year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a federal drug crime

Fetty Wap — whose real name is William Junior Maxwell II — was arrested at Citi Field in October on federal drug charges.
News 2022-08-22T14:30:55Z

A 29-year-old Zion hiker is still missing 3 days after she was swept away by a flash flood. Her brother says she can't swim.

Jetal Agnihotri of Tuscon, Arizona, was reported missing on Friday after she never returned from a trip through Zion Canyon's popular Narrows.
Culture 2022-08-19T18:17:46Z

Popular gaming streamer Keffals said she had to go into hiding over a months-long campaign of doxxing threats: 'I never plan to back down'

Clara Sorrenti, known as Keffals, said police in London, Ontario, are now investigating incidents of swatting and doxxing as criminal harassment.
Culture 2022-08-19T16:03:24Z

Meta and TikTok bans influencer Andrew Tate — who's known for misogynistic comments — from Facebook and Instagram

Meta and TikTok spokespeople told Insider that Tate was banned for violating the platforms' policies.
News 2022-08-19T15:25:09Z

A 'flash mob' of looters ransacked California 7-Eleven in a 'street takeover,' police say. Now cops want to stop the crime tactic from becoming a new trend.

"'Flash mobs' have turned from fun spontaneous events to opportunistic criminal occurrences," the LAPD said.
Sports 2022-08-18T16:22:34Z

NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson's suspension increased from 6 games to 11 — and now he also has to pay a $5 million fine to charity, report says

Watson was previously facing a suspension of 6 games until the NFL and NFLPA came to a new agreement Thursday.
Celebrity 2022-08-17T20:38:59Z

Angelina Jolie told FBI officials that Brad Pitt 'grabbed her by the head' in a 2016 altercation aboard a private jet before their split, according to reports

Jolie alleged Pitt "pushed her into the bathroom wall," the FBI report stated, according to Rolling Stone. No charges were filed.
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