Authorities arrested several terror suspects in Belgium, including the last known fugitive on the run after November’s deadly Paris attacks, multiple media outlets reported Friday.
Two people are dead after a shooting Friday morning at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland — an incident that involved an airman shooting his squadron commander, a Pentagon official told CNN on condition of anonymity.
They found themselves sexually attracted to each other and shared their first kiss over a bottle of champagne in a hotel before having sex.
The Indiana State Police said Thursday it had let go a trooper who had been sued twice in the past 18 months for allegedly preaching to citizens after stopping them for traffic violations.
A 14-year-old girl’s health quiz answer has become an online hit after she hit out at ‘outdated’ use of body mass index to define weight.
During the past several years, the body mass index (BMI), which is a ratio of an individual’s height and weight, has become a measurement of whether a person is considered healthy. Many companies in the United States use their employees’ BMIs as a factor in determining workers’ healthcare costs.
A person’s body mass index (BMI), once considered an indicator of high body fatness and overall health, isn’t such a good indicator of those things after all, according to a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Or at least it isn’t without some added context that only the old reliable waistline tape measure can provide, according to North Jersey doctors.
While the FBI has moved on from a case to unlock an alleged terrorist’s iPhone, an ongoing case in New York is “equally disturbing,” Apple attorneys told reporters Friday.
The names of hundreds of Americans have surfaced in the Panama Papers, including a handful of U.S. businessmen accused or convicted by U.S. authorities for ties to financial crimes or Ponzi schemes.
Parents are outraged after their children had to fill out a form — titled “How much privilege do you have?” — during a Spanish class at Monroe Middle School.
Corporate inversions are a direct result of bad regulation, specifically the draconian U.S. corporate income tax code. “Companies leaving is not the disease, it is the symptom,” his website reads. “Politicians in Washington have let America fall from the best corporate tax rate in the industrialized world in the 1980s … to the worst rate in the industrialized world.”