Pop singer and actress Ariana Grande plans to return to Manchester, England, following the b0mbing outside the arena where she performed on Monday, which caused 22 deaths and many more injuries. In her first public comments since the night of the attack, when she issued an initial statement, Grande wrote on Friday that she plans to hold a benefit concert in Manchester to raise money for the victims and their families. “I will think of them with everything I do for the rest of my life,” Grande wrote of the victims and others whom the attack affected. She posted the statement on Twitter and Instagram.
During a meeting with top leaders of the European Union, President Donald Trump said “the Germans are bad, very bad,” according to participants in the room who spoke to German newspaper Der Spiegel.
Senator Franken has a new book out, in which he shares perhaps one of the deepest cuts against Ted Cruz - one that literally left the ever-loquacious senator speechless.
An American Airlines passenger allegedly attempted to bite a flight attendant and then jumped off a plane after it pushed back from a gate at a North Carolina airport, CBS Charlotte affiliate WBTV reports. According to a federal criminal complaint, Tun Lon Sein refused to return to his seat on American Airlines Flight 5242 Thursday morning and attempted to bite the flight attendant's hand in order to reach a door on the plane. The flight to New Bern, North Carolina, was holding on the tarmac after pushing back from its gate at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. "Sein spoke little or no English during these events," the criminal complaint says. "However, circumstances surrounding his actions
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Authorities released a report Thursday detailing the manhunt and shootout with a husband and wife who killed 14 people and wounded 22 others in the San Bernardino attack in December 2015.
The Trump Administration is considering moving oversight for more than $1 trillion in...
A 2-year-old baby girl has died after her mother's boyfriend allegedly performed WWE wrestling moves on the little one, including a "Batista Bomb". Addie Cook died at hospital a few days later after suffering traumatic injuries. According to Fox 2 News, Addie was suffering from a seizure when EMS arrived at her home in Jefferson County, Missouri, on 16 May. The emergency responders said the child has obvious signs of trauma.