Angry parents have pledged to withdraw their sons from Boy Scouts amid an outcry over Donald Trump's highly politicised speech to tens of thousands of youngsters. The US President broke with tradition to attack his political foes, threaten to fire federal employees, and denounce the media in a rambling address at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree. Previous presidents to have addressed the Jamboree, held every four years, have typically steered clear of politics and instead saluted Scout values such as trustworthiness, loyalty, and bravery.
Man Killed by Wife and Son Who Used Acid to Burn Face
Cellphone video of a confrontation at a border patrol checkpoint is stirring up new controversy in the immigration debate. A California teacher posted a video of border patrol agents detaining her after she refused to say if she was a U.S. citizen at a checkpoint in New Mexico, about 35 miles from the border. The video has many wondering if she was within her rights or had an obligation to comply. When San Diego resident Shane Parmely was stopped at a New Mexico border patrol station she refused to answer the agent's questions. She was heading home from vacation with her three children and asked one of them to start recording the exchange. The videos have generated thousands of views on Facebook
The stabbing occurred just before 7 p.m. Tuesday after an accident at Huguenot and Hollers in Eastchester.
The FBI is investigating the death of a 39-year-old Utah woman aboard a Princess Cruises ship in Alaska, it announced Wednesday. The woman died aboard the Emerald Princess ship after a domestic dispute, the FBI confirmed to ABC News. Princess Cruises confirmed that the domestic dispute occurred at about 9 p.m. Tuesday and resulted in the woman's death.
A new study shows that the Mediterranean diet, which provides myriad health benefits, also lowers the risk of memory issues as you age.
It was late on a Friday night and Nicholas Tate was nearing the end of his shift at Walmart when the line at his checkout counter started grow. The 20-year-old cashier from Newcastle, Oklahoma, patiently waited as each customer placed their items on the conveyor belt. A woman surrounded by three children apologized as she stepped up to the counter. "Is it one of those days?" Tate asked, smiling as kids bounced around behind her. The woman explained she was fostering a baby and had to use WIC, part of a federal program that provides assistance for low-income families with children, to pay for some of the items. She had set up WIC earlier that day, and had never used it before. "She had a good