- U.S.Kansas City Star
It was a concerned parent who alerted police to the parties.
- U.S.In The Know
TikTokers are obsessed with a tiny Alaskan town where ‘everyone’ lives in the same building: ‘Do you ever go outside?’
About 85 percent of the town's 300 residents live in the same building.
- WorldThe Telegraph
Few people can claim to have heard the chilling sound of a North Korean ballistic missile flying overhead, but on September 15, 2017, Lindsey Miller, a musical director living in Pyongyang, recalls being jolted from her bed by a peculiar rumbling. The unfamiliar sound was the test of a Hwasong-12 intermediate range ballistic missile – designed to deliver nuclear warheads – and which was launched from a site near Pyongyang airport, flying approximately 2,300 miles and setting off emergency alerts in Japan. Ms Miller woke with a start at 6am and ran into the garden outside her home at the British embassy. “I couldn’t see it, but I could hear it and it was just like a plane going overhead, a very distant plane but it didn’t fade as quickly,” she said. “It was at a time when we were all on edge.” The anecdote features in her new book, North Korea – Like Nowhere Else, a rare photo exploration of the reclusive state, which is due to be released on Thursday.
- CelebrityYahoo Life
- CelebrityCountry Living
LeAnn Rimes Shares Stunning New Photos With Husband Eddie Cibrian as They Celebrate Their Anniversary
Fans can't get enough of the country singer's yellow bikini! ☀️
- SportsYahoo Sports
Umpire Angel Hernandez makes wrong call because he was 'basically blinded by the outfield scoreboard' in KC
Hernandez incorrectly guessed that a fly ball had been caught by Cleveland in the third inning. And his call led to a lot of confusion on the basepaths.