An employee injured during an explosion at the Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania on Thursday has since died from wounds, according to U.S. Army officials. Four other employees were injured in an explosion that sparked a fire at the army base. One employee, who was treated for smoke
Nearly a month has gone by since a Southern California man was mysteriously shot dead while camping with his two young daughters. Now, authorities are offering a $30,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Tristan Beaudette's killer, the Los Angeles County Sheriff'
A 22-year-old scout leader died Wednesday after pushing a boy to safety at a pond in Utah, according to authorities. The scout leader had been assisting a scout who was struggling in the water, the Salem City Police Department said in a press release. The pond water was so murky that searchers could
The grandson of John Gotti has been arrested in Queens for falsifying business records and operating an unregistered scrap yard. Carmine Gotti Agnello, who was featured in the 2004 reality show, "Growing Up Gotti," lacks a valid vehicle dismantler’s registration for his business, LSM Auto
Republicans blocked an attempt Thursday morning to subpoena the interpreter who sat in on President Donald Trump’s one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland on Monday. Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, joined with fellow California
Olympic figure skater Denis Ten was stabbed to death during an attempted robbery in Kazakhstan Thursday, local media reported. Ten, who was 25, was stabbed by two men trying to steal a mirror from his car on Thursday afternoon in Almaty, local news agency KazInform reported, citing a ministry of healthcare
Israel adopted a contentious law on Thursday that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people, a move critics described as racist and a step toward an apartheid state. The bill, which is backed by the right-wing government, states that Israel is “the national home of the Jewish people
South Korea's court has ordered the government and a shipping company to pay compensation to the families of victims of the Sewol ferry that sank in 2014, killing 304 on board, mostly high school students. "The court acknowledges the liability in compensating the plaintiffs, since the negligence
The 12 boys and their soccer coach who were recently rescued from a cave in northern Thailand have appeared in video messages from their hospital beds, in which they each thanked officials and well-wishers for their help and support. Clad in patient gowns and surgical masks, the boys sat up in their
Some of the hottest weather so far this summer is hitting parts of the West. In the last 2 days, temperatures have been near 100 degrees in the Pacific Northwest. It was 97 degrees in Portland, Oregon, and 99 degrees in Salem, Oregon, on Thursday.
Miami Beach police arrested a "very dangerous guy" right in the middle of an attempted arson at a condominium complex Thursday night. Walter Stolper, 72, allegedly told responding officers he wanted to "kill all of the f------ Jews," according to the police report. Stolper was allegedly
Two people were injured in what appear to be separate shark attacks at the same beach in Florida on Friday. The two attacks happened just three minutes apart in Fernandina Beach, Florida, according to the city's fire department. "Both patients are reportedly stable, with non-life-threatening
Hailey Dawson is on a mission. The 8-year-old from Henderson, Nevada, wants to be the first person to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums across the US. Thursday's pitch at Fenway Park marked No. 21, leaving just nine more to go.
Police officers in Georgia were caught on body-camera flipping a coin to decide whether they would arrest a driver who was pulled over for speeding. The shocking heard-on-camera moment took place April 7 when 24-year-old Sarah Webb was pulled over by Roswell police. "I approached the vehicle,
President Donald Trump again blasted NATO allies on Wednesday for not spending enough on defense and asked them to increase their spending from two to four percent of their gross domestic product, or GDP. “During the President’s remarks today at the NATO summit he suggested that countries not only meet
At least 176 people have died in recent days after torrential rain caused landslides and flash flooding across western Japan in what has become one of the country's worst weather-related disasters in years. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga announced the rising death toll during a
After 10 grueling days of uncertainty about whether or not the Thailand soccer team members and their coach were alive, one member of the international rescue team breathed a huge sigh of relief today. "I’m happy," a beaming Ben Reymenants told ABC News after word of the team's rescue
President Donald Trump said he interviewed four Supreme Court candidates on Monday to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, telling reporters he would be making a decision in the coming days. “I interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great Supreme Court. Academically, in every
A Manhattan grand jury has returned a superseding indictment that charges disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein with additional sex crimes, including one that could land him in prison for life. The new charge of predatory sexual assault suggests prosecutors believe Weinstein engaged in a pattern of
Just a few days after five staff members were gunned down in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, the local paper released a letter on Sunday to express their appreciation of the community's response and remind readers of the frequent attacks on the press. "We will never