The owner of a Connecticut restaurant that is under investigation in connection with the death of Katherine Berman, the wife of longtime ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman, said the establishment was closed on the day of the two-car crash on a Connecticut road. A state Department of Consumer Protection spokeswoman had said Tuesday that its Liquor Control Commission had opened an investigation into the Good News Cafe in Woodbury after receiving information about the serving of alcohol to Berman, 67. But Carole Peck, the owner, told the Hartford Courant that the cafe was closed May 9, the day Berman and the driver of the other automobile were killed. “I proved to them through our computer sales and
A former middle school gym teacher was arrested Monday for a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Monday. Shawnetta D. Reece, 40, of Blairsville, was sexually involved with the student in 2013, the agency said in a news release. Reece was arrested after the Union County Sheriff’s Office received information on the alleged relationship, and asked the GBI to assist with the investigation. “The student was moving from the 8th grade into the 9th grade during this time,” the news release stated. “As a result of the investigation, Reece has been arrested for child molestation and sexual assault by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority.”
A highly experienced FBI investigator and former army officer hired by special counsel Robert Mueller to examine Russia's interference in the 2016 election has unexpectedly stepped away from the probe, ABC News reported on Wednesday. Peter Strzok, a veteran counterintelligence investigator, is now working for the FBI's human resources division, according to ABC. It is unclear why he stepped aside, or if he did so voluntarily. Asha Rangappa, a former FBI counterintelligence agent and associate dean at Yale Law School, said that she had "never heard of an agent being moved to the human resources department." "I have seen instances where if some issue comes up, the agent might be moved to another
Unicorn Riot: “Police then pushed the white supremacists out of Emancipation Park, and closed the park.... Unable to continue rallying in the park, the white supremacists took to the streets, where they were quickly followed and confronted by anti-racists. BuzzFeed News reporter Blake Montgomery: “The opposition was largely winging it, preferring to establish bases in other parks with water, coffee, food, first aid and comfort. Redneck Revolt, an armed leftist group that brought rifles to Justice Park, one of the spots where anti-racist groups had gathered: “At many points during the day, groups of white supremacists approached Justice Park, but at each instance, Redneck Revolt members formed a unified skirmish line against them, and the white supremacists backed down.
Twelve years after Natalee Holloway's disappearance on a graduation trip to Aruba, her father is hoping a recent discovery will yield a major break in the case of what happened to his daughter. Dave Holloway and private investigator T.J. Ward announced on TODAY Wednesday that an 18-month investigation has led them to discover human remains that are being DNA tested to confirm if they are Natalee's. "When we determined these remains were human, I was shocked,'' Holloway told Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie. "I know there's a possibility this could be someone else, and I'm just trying to wait and see." In May 2005, Holloway vanished on a trip with friends following her graduation from an Alabama
Hippos typically don't find themselves being hunted by other animals, despite living in environments full of deadly predators. In this video from Kenya, a lion attempts to hunt a hippo, providing a perfect example of why the big herbivores usually get left alone.
BURLINGTON, Vt. - A Vermont man who lost his job for participating in the weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., is unapologetic about his views that people should be separated base on race. Ryan Roy, 28, of Burlington, Vt., is recorded in a Vice News documentary carrying a torch during a demonstration protesting the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. The camera focuses on Roy as he yells the white supremacist group's chant: "Whose streets? Our streets." After the report, numerous online users identified Roy as a participant in the rally. Until Tuesday, when he was fired for participating in the Charlottesville rally, Roy worked as a cook at Uno Pizzeria