Police investigate parents of boy rescued from gorilla
CINCINNATI – Police said Tuesday they are investigating the parents of the 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo and had to be rescued by a team that shot the 400-pound animal to death. Authorities said the ...
Trump, 800-Pound Media Gorilla, Pounds His Chest at Reporters
STASI: Death of zoo animals shows we're the real dirty apes
Cincinnati's Pioneering Gorilla Exhibit Now Common in Zoos
Trump involved in crafting controversial Trump University ads, executive testified
Donald Trump was personally involved in devising the marketing strategy for Trump University, even vetting potential ads, according to newly disclosed sworn testimony from the company's top executive taken as part of an ongoing lawsuit. In the ...
At Least $1.9 Million In Donations Trump Collected For Vets Was Sent Last Week
Latino Republicans spurn Donald Trump
Donald Trump and the Judge
Clinton launching national security case against Trump in California speech
Retired Army Col. Peter Mansoor plans to vote for Hillary Clinton for president this year, but not because the longtime Republican and former top aide to then-Gen. David Petraeus has had a political conversion. He just thinks Republican Donald Trump is ...
Your Tuesday Evening Briefing: Donald Trump, Golden State Warriors, Hillary Clinton
Why Gov. Jerry Brown endorsed Hillary, despite a bitter history with the Clintons
Clinton Might Not Be the Nominee
Russia and Rio 2016: How the IOC is working up an Olympic compromise
It is seen as one of the biggest decisions sport has ever had to face. When the IAAF Council meets in Vienna on 17 June, the participation of athletes from one of the world's most powerful countries - Russia - at sport's greatest event, the Olympic ...
Zika virus infects 18 people in Virginia, state reports
Obama administration: Zika virus fight needs quick, generous spending
Most Americans Aware of Zika Threat, But Gaps in Knowledge Remain
Los Angeles Times
Prosecutors fight to stop San Bernardino shooter's family from getting $250000 insurance payment
Los Angeles Times
The federal government is suing to stop the family of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook from collecting more than $250,000 in life insurance payments from his death. In a complaint seeking the seizure of the money Tuesday, the government ...
Feds file suit to seize San Bernardino shooter's life insurance
Prosecutors sue to recover life insurance held by San Bernardino shooter
US|Government Sues for San Bernardino Gunman's Life Insurance Policies
Former Oklahoma deputy sentenced for shooting unarmed man
TULSA, Okla. -- A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who said he mistook his handgun for his stun gun when he fatally shot an unarmed suspect last year was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison. A judge gave Robert Bates, 74, the maximum ...
Tulsa Reserve Deputy Robert Bates Gets 4 Years in Unarmed Man's Fatal Shooting
Volunteer deputy sentenced to 4 years in killing of unarmed man
Ex-Oklahoma deputy gets 4 years for mistaking gun for Taser
Glenn Beck suspended by SiriusXM
Glenn Beck's syndicated radio show will be off SiriusXM for the rest of the week after a guest was accused of hinting that Donald Trump, if elected president, could be assassinated. SiriusXM announced Tuesday that "The Glenn Beck Program" will be ...
SiriusXM Suspends Glenn Beck Over Guest's Extreme Comments About Trump
Glenn Beck suspended by SiriusXM for 'assassinate' Trump interview
Brad Thor Warned That Demonizing Trump Would Lead to 'Unprecedented Assassination Attempts'
New York Daily News
Jersey hospital: Baby born with Zika-linked birth defect
Officials at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey confirmed Tuesday the birth of a baby with Zika-related microcephaly, believed to be the first reported case in the New York metro area. In a statement, the Hackensack center said the baby ...
First baby born with Zika-linked microcephaly in New York tri-state area
General Mills recalls 10 million pounds of flour
SAN FRANCISCO — In a rare recall of baking and cooking flour, General Mills on Tuesday issued a recall of 10 million pounds of flour because of a possible link to an outbreak of E. coli that has sickened 38 people in 20 states since December. The ...
General Mills issues major flour recall after E. coli outbreak
General Mills Recalls Some Flour After Consumers Fall Ill
General Mills Recalls 10 Million Pounds of Flour in 20 States Over E. Coli Scare
This Florida golf course alligator is so huge, it kind of looks like a dinosaur
It seems like playing golf in Florida should come with a warning: you may encounter an alligator on the golf course. Like the one at Myakka Pines. Or the other one at Myakka Pines that ate a turtle. Or the one Jeremy Roenick encountered last October.
Monster gator takes stroll through Florida golf course
Giant Alligator Roams Golf Course in Florida
Watch a Jurassic-Sized Alligator Stalk a Florida Golf Course