Anthony Bourdain is publicly processing the Mario Batali allegations with empathy, grief and a self-described guilty conscience.
NBC chief White House correspondent Hallie Jackson says White House staffers are terrified of being swept up in special prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation, despite President Donald Trump's evidence-free belief he'll be exonerated in the probe. Trump seems to be in a state of denial over the trajectory of the investigation that's already found his former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn pleading guilty to lying to the FBI.
(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device.) DEAR AMY: My husband and I get along very well with his parents, but spending time with them around gift-giving holidays can be extremely stressful. My in-laws give my husband’s siblings much more in the way of gifts than they give us, both in monetary value and quantity. This is very hurtful for my husband. Two of his siblings live with his parents and one lives in an apartment a few hours away. (We’re all in our 20s). We open gifts as a family when we are together. For the past three years, we’ve tried to keep up with the “everyone opens one at the same time” pattern, but we’re often left with 10 or 15 minutes of
North Korean state media claims he climbed a 8,500-foot mountain in snowy conditions.
Dec. 11 (UPI) -- A video going viral on social media appears to show a scuba diver's uncomfortably close call with a massive great white shark -- but some are questioning its authenticity. The video, which was first shared by Dennis Dempsey on the Ocean Imaging Action Facebook page before being shared on the SA Spearfishing page on Facebook and Australian ocean adventuring group Young Bloods Inc's Instagram, appears to show a gargantuan great white shark swimming over the man's head, with its open jaws coming within inches of the man. SA Spearfishing said the video was filmed in South Africa by the diver's son. Some commenters questioned the authenticity of the footage. "Ahhh... the Great White
The guy who strapped a pipe bomb to himself and set it off in an NYC subway has been captured alive ... and police say it was "absolutely an attempted terrorist act." The bomber, now identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, was walking in one of the tunnels underneath NYC's Port Authority when the bomb went off. It appears something malfunctioned, or it was a very small explosive ... police captured the man at the scene. NYPD says Ullah has been living in the U.S. for 7 years. He's a Bangladeshi immigrant, and police say the attack was definitely a terrorist act, inspired by ISIS.FDNY says a total of 4 people were hurt in the bombing ... all non-life-threatening injuries. The Port Authority shut
A Southwest Airlines pilot was forced to declare an emergency on Saturday after a passenger repeatedly told a flight attendant she would “kill everybody" on the plane. The trouble started after the female passenger disabled a smoke detector aboard Southwest Flight 2943 from Portland, Ore., to Sacramento, and proceeded to smoke onboard, Southwest confirmed to Fox News. After she was caught, the woman created a “disturbance” which was captured on video by a fellow passenger. “I have a destination for this, I have a destination for myself, and I need to go there,” the woman can be heard saying in footage provided to KOIN 6. "I swear, if you … land, I will kill everybody on this [expletive deleted]