A man was charged today with killing his wife aboard a Princess Cruises ship in Alaska, according to federal court documents. Kenneth Manzanares has been detained and faces murder charges in the death of his 39-year-old wife, who is identified by the initials K.M., according to a criminal complaint filed today in federal court by the FBI. A source with knowledge of the FBI's investigation told ABC News that the victim was Kristy Manzanares of Utah.
New White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was taught a valuable fashion lesson this week: That green should never be seen... at least on TV.
(CNN)A driver watched his newly-bought Ferrari 430 Scuderia go up in smoke after he crashed the supercar just an hour after collecting it. The luxury motor veered off a highway and "burst into flames," according to a Facebook post by South Yorkshire Police. Photographs of the incident's aftermath show the burned-out remains of the car smoldering on grass. South Yorkshire Police say they were surprised to see that the driver had escaped the blaze mostly unharmed, adding that he was "very lucky" to walk away from the crash with only "minor cuts and bruises". "Officers asked the driver what sort of car he 'had', to which he replied, 'It was a Ferrari,'" police said. "Detecting a sense of damaged
If you were to get a crumpled-up note from your kid, which stated - in adorably garbled cursive handwriting - how you "really shattered" their heart and how they "know how ashamed you are" of them, how would you react? If you'd no sooner melt into a puddle of guilt-ridden tears, take a breath.
When a U.S. veteran who lost an arm serving in Iraq took on celebrities and media to voice his support of President Donald Trump’s ban on transgenders in the military Wednesday, he set off a social media firestorm. It began when J.R. Salzman (@JRSalzman), who was injured in 2006 during an enemy attack while serving in the U.S. Infantry, retweeted a post mocking the liberal media’s outrage and overreaction to Trump’s announcement: “Today you'll see how out of touch the media is. No transgenders in the military is an obvious thing. They'll treat it like Jim Crow laws.” Then, when NBC News posted a Tweet about Trump’s ban, Salzman, replied: “And suddenly thousands of people who never served a day
The video shows that in 2013 two U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers appeared to encourage, or at least permit, a 16-year-old Mexican high school student to drink from a bottle that tests would later reveal contained concentrated liquid methamphetamine. The young man, Cruz Velazquez, died within two hours of drinking the substance, but the two officers involved, Valerie Baird and Adrian Perallon, remain on the job today, with no disciplinary action taken against them. A former head of internal affairs at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, James Tomsheck, told ABC News the two officers violated agency protocols by allowing the young man to drink from the bottle, and that he was told at the time they would be punished.