Mel B Divorce: Photos Show Relationship with Nanny
FREEHOLD, N.J. -- A former classmate of a missing New Jersey woman admitted Monday he helped throw her body into a river and agreed to testify against another friend who’s accused of strangling the woman and stealing thousands of dollars from her. Preston Taylor, 19, of Neptune City, pleaded guilty Monday to charges, including robbery, conspiracy, disturbing or desecrating human remains and hindering apprehension. In return, Monmouth County prosecutors agreed to drop a felony murder charge he also faced in the death of Sarah Stern, who was last seen alive Dec. 2. Taylor agreed to testify against Liam McAtasney, who is accused of killing Stern and recruiting Taylor to dump her body. The men
A teenager who was denied a lung transplant because he had traces of marijuana in his system has died after failed surgery. Riley Hancey, 19, from Salt Lake City, needed a double lung transplant after a battle with a heavy flu led to pneumonia, before he then contracted the rare fatal lung infection in November 2016. Hancey, who was working in Utah for his brother at a ski resort, needed emergency surgery and was placed on the transplant list by the University of Utah Hospital.
Obama Delivers First Public Speech of His Post-Presidency and Gets Lots of Love on Twitter
It was around sunset on Easter Sunday, April 16, when Brad Jones took his DJI Inspire 2 out for a flight in front of his home. Jones hoped, as he does on most nights, to capture some of the forested and hilly scenery in the environs of his hometown, Oliver Springs, Tennessee-about 30 miles west of Knoxville. “I flew down over my aunt’s house, and I heard a gunshot within the first three to four minutes of flight,” Jones told Ars. “So I sped up and flew back towards my house.” After a few more minutes, he flew back westward. He had just switched the drone’s camera mode from video to taking still photos in RAW format. “I took two pictures then I heard the gunshot, and all of a sudden my drone started
The Barrett M107 .50-caliber long-range sniper rifle is a firearm made for the modern war on terrorism. While Barrett’s reputation of “flawless reliability” has made the M107 the sniper weapon of choice, the rifle is just like any other essential tool: It often breaks when you need it most. Don Cook, a Marine veteran who’s been maintaining M107s for more than two decades, told National Geographic in 2011 that he one day received a call to Barrett’s workshop from a harried young Marine. During maintenance of the unit’s M107, the Marine had bent the ears of the rifle’s lower receiver; the next day, after engaging the enemy, they discovered the rifle wouldn’t fire consistently.
A US submarine has arrived in South Korea as fears of North Korean nuclear test escalated, weeks after Donald Trump sent a warship to the Korean Peninsula. USS Michigan, an Ohio-class nuclear-powered submarine, arrived at a naval base in Busan, and will join an incoming group of warships led by aircraft carrier Carl Vinson. According to reports, North Korea has marked the 85th anniversary of its army by staging its largest-ever artillery firing drill to mark the occasion.