Sri Lankan authorities blocked most social media after Easter Sunday attacks killed more than 200 people, with officials saying the temporary move was meant to curtail the spread of false information and ease tensions
Here are the top stories for Sunday, April 21st: 200+ killed in Sri Lanka bombings on Easter; Giuliani says nothing wrong with Russia contacts; Deadly flooding in Canada; Prayers for Notre Dame firefighters.
On marijuana's unofficial holiday, Ben and Jerry's took a tough political stand. "It's hard to celebrate 4/20 when so many people of color are still being arrested for pot," the ice cream chain tweeted on Saturday, per KRIS-TV . "We have to do better." In a blog , the company argues that...
A fugitive on the run since 2008 has been captured by authorities in Costa Rica, 16 years after he drove drunk and killed a retired married couple on Easter Sunday in Miami in 2003.
Maria Ressa, founder of the Philippines-based news website Rappler, was indicted for a second time this week — a move widely viewed as part of a crackdown on free press in the country.
Florida deputy on restricted duty after seen forcefully restraining pepper-sprayed HS student, hitting him in head
A Florida sheriff's deputy was placed on restricted duty after cellphone video showed him banging the head of a pepper-sprayed high school student against the ground.
The Flyers removed Kate Smith's statue from outside their arena, saying her songs with racist lyrics and sentiments were "incompatible" with the NHL franchise's values.
At least 207 people were killed and hundreds more wounded in eight bomb blasts that rocked churches and luxury hotels in or near Sri Lanka's capital on Easter Sunday. (April 21)
"Nobody drives Big Bertha like that. Nobody." So wrote a Mississippi woman in a Facebook post that lived up to its sassy attitude, the Clarion-Ledger reports. In her post, Penny Ivey Thompson says she dropped off her Dodge truck at a Mac Haik dealership in Flowood to be serviced, and...
Mark Zuckerberg was represented by an empty chair at an “international grand committee” on fake news and disinformation in London on Tuesday, after repeatedly refusing invitations to give evidence to lawmakers present representing nine countries.
Here's the latest for Thursday, April 20th: President Trump's legal team takes victory lap; Protesters and riot police clash in Paris; Egyptians begin voting on constitutional amendments; A miniature guide horse trained on Tyne and Wear Metro system.
A man in North Carolina last week apparently recognized former Gov. Pat McCrory, who was behind the wheel of his car, and smashed the politician’s vehicle with a large tree limb.