Officials say a security guard is hurt and a suspect is in custody after two fires at the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday. The Clark County Fire Department says the fires were set in a women's restroom and a hallway. (April 27)
Scott Baio has come under fire for comments he made following the death of his former “Happy Days” and “Joanie Loves Chachi” co-star Erin Moran. The actor thinks the backlash is partially because he is an outspoken Trump supporter.
President Trump sent out a different kind of Twitter message Wednesday as he wished his wife a happy birthday. The first lady, who turned 47 Wednesday, attended a luncheon for the spouses of senators in Washington. The White House is also firing back at an article in the May issue of Vanity Fair claiming Melania is miserable being married to the president. The article is titled "Inside The Trump Marriage: Melania's Burden" and the first lady's spokesperson is calling it a "false story" and "offensive.”
A mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers and threatening a way of life in Maine. Harvesters dig the worms out of coastal muck so they can be sold all over the world. (April 27)
Top Trump administration officials insist the president's proposed tax plan, which would slash corporate and individual tax rates, will not add to the deficit
After a fourth grader with autism was arrested last week in the principal's office of his Florida grade school, his mother says her son “didn’t know what was going on” when he was thrown in jail. John Benjamin Haygood, 10, was handcuffed and taken from Okeechobee Achievement Academy by two uniformed cops as his stunned mom recorded video of the entire scene on April 12. In the video, her boy kept asking his mom, Luanne, what was going on.
Donald Trump won the presidency by promoting his image as a successful businessman and negotiator whose skills could fix the country. Yet 100 days into his presidency, management experts say, Trump’s business instincts have floundered. (April 27)
The U.N. children's agency is urging Malaysia to ban corporal punishment in schools, a day after the death of an 11-year-old boy allegedly abused at a religious school