- Most Positive
- Last Week
- Other ∨
- About Us ∨
- Also Show ∨
- Search ∨
- Contact Us
UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Saint Petersburg-based Zenit FC after its fans displayed a large banner praising Serbian war criminal Ratko Mladic.
Russia's Zenit faced a racism charge on Friday after its Ultras, extreme right-wing football fans, unfurled a banner with the words: "Ratko Mladic - Serbian hero" at a game against Macedonian Vardar.
A man who was arrested after sleeping in a Kansas storage unit with his two children and his dismembered wife's remains has been charged in a California killing.
He's charged with abandonment of corpse in Missouri, where his wife died in a hotel in October apparently after giving birth in a bathtub. Rey, his then-pregnant wife, Jessica Monteiro Rey, and their two-year-old daughter checked in to the Kansas City hotel in September and were staying there for several weeks before the woman's death.
A homeless man found sleeping in a Kansas storage unit with his children and his dismembered wife's remains is now suspected of killing a California man who vanished last year.
Justin Tod Rey, 35, was charged Wednesday in the death of Sean Ty Ferel, a Palm Springs resident who disappeared after going on vacation with Rey in 2016. Ferel's body hasn't been found, but his blood was eventually detected in the trunk of his vehicle after Rey was involved in an accident with it three months later.
In early 2015, one of his first orders to his team was to collect all the information about corruption at the top," the Crown Prince told the newspaper.
The Saudi leader, however, admitted that it was impossible to completely root out corruption from "top to the bottom," but added that his action was a signal saying "you will not escape." Saudi business people who paid bribes to get services done by bureaucrats were not being prosecuted, he explained, adding: "It's those who shook the money out of the government" — by overcharging and getting kickbacks.
”. The primal scream from Rivers came after his team completely dominated the Cowboys in front of a national audience, the score not fully representing the margin between the teams.
Rivers and the Chargers marched down the field and scored on the first drive of the second half, and from there they were off. With the win, the Chargers (5-6) have staked a serious claim at the final wild-card spot in the AFC, looking like the class of a group of contenders that includes Baltimore, Cincinnati, Buffalo, Miami, Houston, Oakland and the New York Jets.
Rivers threw for 434 yards and three touchdowns in his first Thanksgiving game in his 14th season and the Chargers beat the fading Cowboys 28-6 on Thursday.
The defending NFC East champion Cowboys (5-6) lost their third straight by at least 20 points, all without star running back Ezekiel Elliott, in a damaging defeat for their fading playoff hopes. Dallas, playing its 50th Thanksgiving game, finally ended a touchdown drought at a team-record 10 quarters on Rod Smith's 2-yard run early in the fourth quarter.
A Florida man who claimed to be a voodoo priest was charged Wednesday with aggravated animal cruelty in the fatal beating and mutilation of a pit bull whose condition caused a national outcry.
The pit bull, named Ollie, was found stuffed inside a blue suitcase in an alley Oct. 10 after officers followed the sound of his cries. Brendan Evans, 31, faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted.
The British aid worker's fate has become a major political issue after British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made remarks that contradicted statements from her employer about what she had been in doing in Iran in the days prior to her arrest.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband, Richard, said that he had been told of his wife's upcoming court date by Iran's deputy prosecutor on Thursday. Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who worked as a project manager for the Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) charity, was arrested at Tehran airport in April 2016 after visiting relatives with her young daughter.
Five Asian American police officers are suing the San Gabriel Police Department, alleging they were subjected to widespread discrimination and a hostile work culture in which managers used racial slurs and refused to hire or promote Asian officers.
The lawsuit says only seven of the agency’s roughly 50 officers are of Asian descent in a city where more than 60% of residents are Asian and the last time an Asian American officer was hired was in 2007.
A Texas woman has been accused of mailing homemade explosives to former president Barack Obama and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) that could have maimed or killed them, according to documents filed in district court last week in Houston.
She was known to dislike Obama, the investigators said, and was “upset with Greg Abbott” because “she had not received support from her ex-husband,” according to the documents.
A neurologist facing allegations of sexual misconduct in three states pleaded guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor charges that he groped women at a Philadelphia clinic.
Ricardo Cruciani, 63, admitted that he assaulted seven patients in 2016 while he was chairman of Drexel University's neurology department and pleaded guilty to varying charges of indecent assault and harassment. Under a plea agreement, he will serve seven years' probation, register as a sex offender and forfeit his medical license.
The lawyer for a former Connecticut college student accused of smearing body fluids on her roommate's belongings said Tuesday that he doesn't expect authorities to file hate crime charges.
Brochu, who is white, wrote on Instagram about rubbing used tampons on her black roommate's backpack and putting her roommate's toothbrush "where the sun doesn't shine," according to West Hartford police. She also called her roommate, Chennel "Jazzy" Rowe, a "Jamaican Barbie" and wrote that she put moldy clam dip in her roommate's lotions and spit in her coconut oil.
Just weeks before Daniel S. Loeb, an outspoken charter school proponent and one of the biggest donors in New York politics, unfavorably compared a top African-American state senator to the Ku Klux Klan, he exchanged a separate series of caustic and racially charged emails with a top official in the de Blasio administration.
“There is right and wrong and you put your bureaucracy, the union puppets you serve, over the interest of little vulnerable black children and their families,” Mr. Loeb wrote in June 2017 to Richard Buery, the deputy mayor for strategic policy initiatives, in emails obtained by The New York Times under the state’s Freedom of Information Act. Mr. Buery, who is African-American and is credited by the de Blasio administration as the architect of its universal prekindergarten initiative, wrote in the same email chain, “Do you really not see the hubris of your lecturing me about the plight of black children and what they need?”
Behzad Mesri, 29, an Iranian man with alleged ties to the country’s military, has been charged with seven criminal counts, including breaking into HBO’s computer servers, stealing unaired episodes of TV shows and trying to extort millions of dollars in bitcoin from the TV network.
WATCH BELOW: ‘Game of Thrones’ hacker Iranian Behzad Mesri used ‘Winter Is Coming’ meme to taunt HBO. Mesri is an alleged member of hacking group Turk Black Hat Security Team, and in the past, prosecutors say, has worked for Iran’s military to attack Israeli computers and infrastructure.
Tesla Inc. surprised Wall Street last week with a commercial truck with larger-than-expected battery range and a reboot of its iconic Roadster ultra-luxury sports car, but Michael Kramer, a fund manager with Mott Capital Management, thinks there’s even bigger news.
Kramer pointed out that the new version of the Roadster is equipped with a larger battery, enabling the sports car to go 620 miles between charges, compared with just 351 miles for certain Model S configurations.