A mother has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after she allegedly smothered her child while they slept next to each other. Arissa Ward, 23, called police in Middleton, Pennsylvania, on 30 December last year after finding her infant son unresponsive on the couch next to her where they had been sleeping. The coroner also found traces of marijuana in the child’s system as Ms Ward had been breastfeeding.
(CNN)As President Donald Trump's first official trip abroad comes to an end, handshakes and facial expressions could give us a small glimpse into his personality. While people speculate what some of Trump's controversial interactions really mean, body language experts shared with CNN what some of his moves and gestures are telling them. For body language expert Judi James, the "fight to the front" suggests that Trump is a man for whom status and power hasn't come easily.
People are slamming the White House after a photo was posted to its Facebook on Saturday with one glaring omission.
The FBI is now investigating the case of Isabella Hellmann, a Florida mother who went missing more than a week ago while boating with her husband of three months, near the Bahamas. NBC’s Maya Rodríguez reports for TODAY.
Rangel told the Houston Chronicle that he found the frog in a fishing pond while hunting on a ranch in Batesville. People have questioned the legitimacy of the photos, but Rangel says that the frog is real and that he has found others that size in the past. Texas Parks and Wildlife confirmed that the photos are real, but said the frog might not be quite as big as it looks. It's an "optical illusion created by extending the frog toward the camera," Steve Lightfoot of Texas Parks and Wildlife told the Chronicle. "Still a big bullfrog, though." Either way, people are in disbelief and also pretty grossed out by the frog. The post has been shared over 100,000 times.
There's nothing more terrifying than finding one of these long, skittery pests hanging out in your basement. But before you screech at the top of your lungs while reaching for your shoe, you should know that house centipedes are far from being bad guys. While nobody likes creepy crawlies running around their home, these centipedes are actually on the lookout for even nastier pests, according to Rodale's Organic Life. House centipedes (Scutigera coleoptrata) tend to lurk in the humid areas of homes looking for prey, including cockroaches, termites, spiders, and silverfish. By far, that list of insects combined is way creepier than any house centipede! How are they able to kill all these terrible