On Martaevious Santiago’s 17th birthday, he shot his 13-year-old sister in the back of the head. She had just hugged him in the kitchen of the family’s Florida City home, police said. As they separated and Tedra King walked away, Martaevious pointed a loaded semiautomatic handgun at her. Then he pulled the trigger and killed her. Martaevious told police it was an accident. The shooting happened Tuesday night inside a modest Florida City subdivision called Washington Park. Outside the home on Wednesday, shocked family members - some on the way to identify the young girl’s body at the morgue - demanded privacy. “Everybody that knows a word of prayer, please pray for the Bess family,” close family
One-year-old Semaj Crosby was found dead in a Joliet, Ill., home.
President Donald Trump on Thursday moved the negotiations over a spending bill to prevent a...
While Ivanka Trump has been the recipient of hisses during her Germany trip - her first official overseas trip as an adviser to the president - it certainly isn’t in response to her wardrobe choices. The earrings were mismatched, which is an interesting and very fashion-forward choice for the first daughter during a formal event. Like every decision Trump makes, this was well thought out.
A Russian naval intelligence ship sank off Turkey's Black Sea coast on Thursday after colliding with a vessel carrying livestock and all 78 personnel on board were evacuated, Turkey's coastal safety authority said. It occurred 18 miles (29 km) from Kilyos village on the Black Sea coast just north of Istanbul, broadcaster NTV said. Turkish authorities dispatched a tugboat and three fast rescue vessels, the coastal safety authority said.
Charles Barkley said he had worked closely with ESPN journalists down the years. After a tumultuous day at ESPN, in which the broadcaster laid off around 100 employees on Wednesday, including some of the network’s most popular on-air and online personalities, tributes were paid to those who lost their jobs. Perhaps the most striking came from the Golden State Warriors.
It's probably not a good idea to tease things that are perfectly capable of eating you. A man spotted an Asiatic lion in the Gir Forest National Park in India and got a little too wrapped up in watching the king of the jungle. In the clip, released in September of 2016, the man drives just a few feet away from a lion walking alongside the road. He's filming the whole thing, with his window down, no less. After teasing the lion with his car for a bit, the lion stops, stares at the man and lets out the tiniest, yet powerful roar. While the lion's actions were small, it was enough to freak out the man. He quickly rolled up his window and let out a shriek that seems to say, "OMG I'm I almost just