SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - A caretaker at an assisted living center who police say was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident was doing it as a prank and trying to make the man feel good, her attorney said.
Coming in at around $86 billion, Bill Gates has ridden his Microsoft MSFT, -0.23% fortune straight to the top of the Forbes list of the world’s richest men. Then again, the business magazine doesn’t take into account the world leaders and “dictators who derive their fortunes entirely as a result of their position of power.” If it did, there’d likely be a new top dog, according to reports that revisited the idea that Vladimir Putin’s net worth, virtually impossible to measure, tops $200 billion. International Business Times triggered the latest round of speculation when it resurfaced various guesses as to the degree of Putin’s riches. One source said it’s only about $40 billion, while another
“Jeopardy!” just had its most hostile contestant since Sean Connery appeared on the “Saturday Night Live” version. During a “Jeopardy” College Championship match that aired Tuesday, host Alex Trebek thought he was asking contestant Viraj Mehta a simple question about pizza. This prompt would allow the Stanford student to launch into a hilarious anecdote, amusing the host and America. But the joke was on us ... What is ... he doing with that finger? It didn’t take long for Twitter to catch on. Was it intentional? As some on Twitter point out, Mehta held his finger out for about 7 seconds. If it’s not intentional, that guy is just asking for a finger cramp for no reason. The college student joins
The comfortable American dream doesn't compare to this paradise town in Costa Rica, writes Frederick Haywood.
Many braved fierce winds to take a look at a sight that hasn`t been seen since 1997 -- the opening of the Don Pedro reservoir spillway in Northern California.
Donald Trump has already set a record for being the most unpopular new president since the...
Tony Moreno, 23, faces 70 years in prison for the July 5, 2015, incident on a span linking Middletown and Portland over the Connecticut River, according to multiple reports. PEOPLE’s calls to his attorney, Norman A. Pattis, were not immediately returned, but after the verdict Pattis told reporters Moreno planned to appeal, adding, “I’m disappointed the jury did not credit what Mr. Moreno had to say,” according to the Hartford Courant. On the night Moreno killed his son Aaden by throwing him 90 feet down into the water, Moreno had testified that he was suicidal.