A dashboard camera captured the moment when a part of a missile fell next to a car driving on a Kyiv road, as Russia launched its 16th attack on Ukraine's capital on Monday, May 29. Video showed part of the missile falling onto the road right in front of a driving car, which then continued drove on. Reuters was able to confirm the location as Kyiv from the buildings and roads seen in the video, which matched satellite and file imagery of the area.
A female employee in a Pennsylvania school allegedly groped a teenage student during an in-school suspension, which continued throughout the day and with "sexual activity" in her car that evening, police said. Megan Carlisle, 37, also allegedly sent explicit pictures and videos of herself to the 15-year-old student and his 16-year-old friend, Northwest Regional Police said in a press release. After Carlisle allegedly "engaged in sexual activity" with the victim in her car on April 28, she sent him $20 via Cash App for food, the student reportedly told police, according to FOX 43.
Iranian model Mahlagha Jaberi wore a black dress with a neckline that looks like a noose at the Cannes Film Festival last Friday. The 33-year-old was making a statement about the recent spate of executions carried out by Iranian authorities. Model Mahlagha Jaberi made a bold political statement with her outfit at the Cannes Film Festival last Friday, to protest against the recent spate of executions carried out by the Iranian government.
A Malaysian climber narrowly survived after a Nepali sherpa guide hauled him down from below the summit of Mount Everest in a "very rare" high altitude rescue, a government official said on Wednesday. Gelje Sherpa, 30, was guiding a Chinese client to the 8,849 metre (29,032 feet) Everest summit on May 18 when he saw the Malaysian climber clinging to a rope and shivering from extreme cold in the area called the "death zone", where temperatures can dip to minus 30 degrees Celsius (86F) or lower. Gelje hauled the climber 600 metres (1,900 feet) down from the Balcony area to the South Col, over a period of about six hours, where Nima Tahi Sherpa, another guide, joined the rescue.
Smith, Broughton said, had brought home an ancient artifact — a mastodon tooth. The museum's search for the tooth Unbeknownst to Smith, Wayne Thompson, a paleontologist with the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, had been frantically searching for the tooth. Just days before, Thompson told McClatchy News he came across a woman's Facebook post, questioning what she may have found near Aptos Creek on Rio Del Mar Beach on Friday, May 26, after someone tagged him in the post.
A Janet Jackson concert has been labeled “a nightmare” after fans waited hours to get to an Illinois venue, some missing out altogether. Now fans are hoping for refunds following the Saturday, May 27, concert at Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre in Tinley Park. “It's pretty sad that so many tickets were sold and thousands of people could not even get in to park to see a Janet Jackson concert they paid for,” Theresa Howell Mendez said in a Facebook post.
When child welfare workers and police knocked on Sarah Perkins' and Joshua Sabey's front door well past midnight one weekend last summer, the parents were shocked to learn the state of Massachusetts had come to take their two young sons. It's the kind of harrowing scene that plays out daily across the country as social workers motivated by a desire to protect children run up against confused and concerned parents. What followed was emotional anguish, a bureaucratic battle, vindication for the parents and a lawsuit filed earlier this month by a legal advocacy group.
Alex Rodriguez revealed on "CBS Mornings" Wednesday that he was recently diagnosed with early-stage gum disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly half of U.S. adults 30 and older have some form of gum disease, and it's even more common after the age of 65. Rodriquez, or A-Rod as he is known, has partnered with the health products company OraPharma to help raise awareness.
The Black teen whose rental bike feud with a white New York City hospital worker went viral said the woman was the one who "did something wrong" — but instead got "rewarded" by "white conservatives" with more than $100,000 in donations. Video of the confrontation between the teen and Sarah Comrie showed the pair arguing over a rental bike, with the teen accusing Comrie of taking his bike and Comrie yelling for help. A clip of the incident was viewed millions of times on social media and Comrie faced widespread backlash for how she reacted, with some critics accusing her of racism.
STORY: In a series of social media posts, Tenzi Sherpa has highlighted the amount of trash left behind at the fourth camp station called South Col, which has included sleeping bags, shoes and spoons. It is mandatory for climbers to bring their waste down from the mountain and claim back a garbage deposit of $4,000 from the government. But expedition organizers and hiking officials said monitoring camps nearly 8,000 meters (26,246 feet) high is both difficult and ineffective.
A doctor accused of impregnating his patients with his own sperm died in a plane crash Sunday. The hand-built aircraft fell apart mid-flight, the county sheriff said. A New York fertility doctor accused of impregnating his patients with his own sperm died in a plane crash over the weekend when the hand-built aircraft he was riding in fell apart mid-air, officials said.
The most prominent Black Lives Matter nonprofit has disbursed only around a third of its recent cash hauls to other charitable nonprofits. The BLM Global Network Foundation, the movement's primary nonprofit, raised roughly $87 million in contributions between mid-2020 to mid-2022. It most recently disbursed $4.5 million in grants to groups such as the Love Not Blood Campaign, Center for Black Power, Anti-Police Terror Project and the Trans Justice Housing Project, its tax forms show.
Messages left with the Missouri State Highway Patrol were not immediately returned. Police said John Forsyth, 49, was reported missing when he failed to show up for work May 21 at Mercy Hospital in Cassville, a town of 3,100 residents deep in the Missouri Ozarks. His black Infiniti was found parked in a remote area near an aquatic park in Cassville.
Most polls have DeSantis trailing Trump by double digits, with the Real Clear Politics average showing Trump up by 22 percentage points in Iowa, 18 points in New Hampshire and 25 points in South Carolina—all early-voting states that often break candidates before they even really get started. This is important because DeSantis' logic also relies on making it to the winner-takes-all Florida primary, which also carries a huge haul of delegates. Team DeSantis presented data showing him with better favorability in those early-voting states, which also includes Nevada.
A reclusive deep-water species that's generally found on the coast, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) biologists think that sixgill sharks come into Puget Sound to pup. While it's unknown how long they stay for (and what their population sizes and exact diets are), the shallower waters of the Puget Sound have enabled us to learn more about them. The Seattle Aquarium has been studying them since 2003 after they noticed the occasional sixgill underneath their pier.
A planned $3 billion semiconductor facility in India by chip consortium ISMC that counted Israeli chipmaker Tower as a tech partner has been stalled due to the company's ongoing takeover by Intel, three sources said, dashing India's chip making plans. A second mega $19.5 billion plan to build chips locally by a joint venture between India's Vedanta and Taiwan's Foxconn is also proceeding slowly as their talks to rope in European chipmaker STMicroelectronics as a partner are deadlocked, a fourth source with direct knowledge said. The challenges faced by the companies deal a major setback to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has made chipmaking a top priority as he wants to "usher in a new era in electronics manufacturing" by luring global companies.
FIRST ON FOX: Police in California on Tuesday said they found a woman who went missing earlier in the month as she traveled cross-country from Tennessee with her boyfriend. The Redding Police Department has been in contact with the Moriarty, New Mexico Police Department and confirmed Nikki is no longer considered a missing person. Earlier on Tuesday, New Mexico deputies released bloody images, bodycam video and 911 audio of a domestic violence call involving a road-tripping Nashville couple as police in multiple states attempted to find the woman – who had been missing for weeks.
In fact, his energetic and boisterous style is a key part of his long-running TV show. Now, the notorious stock picker has made another bold and controversial claim: "An economic wave is about to hit that will be fantastic for investors," he says in a recent column on CNBC's Investing Club. Don't miss Rich young Americans have lost confidence in the stock market — and are betting on these 3 assets instead.
Police officers found Tony Peralta earlier this month sitting on a curb not far from the convenience store in a small southeastern New Mexico community where he borrowed a cellphone — so he could call 911 and confess to killing his landlord 15 years earlier. Peralta told police he decided to come forward because “his heart hurts” and that he thought about it every day.
By August, Hollis learned she did have a cesarean scar pregnancy, that her pregnancy was already bulging out of her uterus, and that she had a placenta accreta—a life-threatening pregnancy complication that occurs when the placenta grows too deeply inside the uterine wall, and part or all of the placenta remains attached to the uterine wall even during delivery. According to the Mayo Clinic, the condition can result in severe blood loss after delivery as well as infertility, as there's only a narrow window for pregnancies with placenta accreta to be terminated without requiring a hysterectomy.
Bill Maher recounted his time interviewing Elon Musk, on his podcast "Club Random." The father of nine recently extended his prediction to getting humans on Mars to 2029. Bill Maher said he "loved" interviewing Elon Musk but he doesn't understand his beliefs about making more babies and colonizing Mars, on a Monday episode of his podcast "Club Random."
A Pennsylvania restaurant owner who screamed death threats directed at then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi while storming the U.S. Capitol was sentenced on Tuesday to more than two years in prison. Pauline Bauer was near Pelosi's office suite on Jan. 6, 2021, when she yelled at police officers to bring out the California Democrat so the mob of Donald Trump supporters could hang her. In January, U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden convicted Bauer of riot-related charges after hearing trial testimony without a jury.
The "Blacks for Trump" founder, who said during a recent interview that he wants to "destroy" Republican presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis, has a decades-long past of run-ins with the law and is a devoted follower of the late cult leader Hulon Mitchell Jr. Maurice Symonette, formerly Maurice Woodside, was interviewed by Laura Loomer, a former President Trump devotee and twice-failed GOP candidate, during a protest outside of DeSantis' presidential campaign announcement at the Miami Four Seasons hotel last Wednesday. In a blog post accompanying her video, Loomer described Symonette as one of the "real grassroots voters" who wants to "make it clear that DeSantis is a fraud."
The Alameda County, California, law enforcement community was rocked by two scandals that brought criminal charges against three of its officers last week. A probation officer was accused of sexually abusing an underage inmate at a juvenile facility years ago, and two sheriff's deputies were accused of covering up a 2021 suicide at a county jail, according to criminal charges filed Friday. The probation officer, 50-year-old Nicole Perales, was in a "position of trust" when she allegedly had oral sex with a 15-year-old inmate between Aug. 27, 2004 and Aug. 26, 2005, according to Alameda County District Attorney's Office.
A prominent Pakistani television journalist who went missing last week, apparently because of his public support to former Prime Minister Imran Khan, returned home early Tuesday after being released by his captors, his family and his employer said. Sami Abrahim's brother, Ali Raza, took to Twitter to confirm his release. BOL TV confirmed his release in a news announcement.