A former Johnson County daycare employee is charged after investigators say video shows her abusing children dozens of times.
A black man was caught on video repeatedly calling an Asian New York City police officer a "f***in' ch**k" in front about six other officers on a street in Washington Square Park over the weekend, the New York Post reported.What are the details?The paper said the officers were in the area due to protests in the park, and the video begins with the furious man standing on a sidewalk and facing down an officer in the street and using profanity while repeatedly using an Asian slur against him.
Molly Kingsley (pictured), from Cambridgeshire, co-founder of children's campaign group UsforThem, said she was worried about forcing jabs on schoolchildren.
Chicago police said they're investigating a viral video showing a trio of women twerking on top of a department SUV as it's making a right-hand turn, WBBM-TV reported.
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court asked it on Monday for authorisation to open a full investigation into drug war killings in the Philippines, saying crimes against humanity could ha
I spent the early days of the pandemic deep into TikTok, but eventually, alarmed by the amount of time I was spending on an app dominated by 13-year-olds, I deleted it. The problem is that I have no impulse control and also no intention of deleting Instagram, so I immediately got sucked into Reels—an also-ran feature full of videos that originally appeared on TikTok, my millennial mom contemporaries complaining about the death of skinny jeans, and also, uh, vaccines. (Plus ACOTAR fan videos.)...
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Gov. Phil Scott has signed a bill into law decriminalizing possession of the opioid use disorder treatment drug buprenorphine. The measure decriminalizes possession of up to 224 milligrams of the drug by people without a prescription, WPTZ-TV reported.
Kelly Osbourne is opening up about her battles with drug and alcohol addiction
The TV personality said she ended almost four years of sobriety in April 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic was waning, triggered into drinking alcohol again after seeing a couple sipping champagne.
He had lost his car, his job and his friends, and the shame of where he found himself had him spiraling further away from us.
Connecticut has become the latest state to pass legislation allowing college athletes to make a profit from their names, images and likenesses.