The attempted attack on a provocative cartoon contest in Texas appears to reflect a scenario that has long troubled national security officials: a do-it-yourself terror plot.
Sometimes the violators are the most grief stricken. A Facebook user once posted a photo of himself at the cemetery with his mother’s casket behind him.
Tom Brady smiled away the Tuck Rule on the way to his first Super Bowl victory, flashing that dimple-chinned grin that said, “I had it all the time.”
One of the Baltimore officers arrested for false imprisonment of Freddie Gray is challenging police and prosecutors to produce the knife that prompted the arrest.
As for Brady’s claims that he didn’t know of efforts to deflate game balls and didn’t know anything about what McNally did: “We found these claims not plausible and contradicted by other evidence,” states the 243-page report.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Tuesday for the assault on a Texas cartoon contest that featured images of the Prophet Muhammad, but counterterrorism experts said IS has a history of asserting involvement in attacks in which it had no operational role.
Apple’s smartwatch has a wider range of apps than rival watches from Samsung, Motorola and others.
This year’s PEN American Center gala was a defense of free expression, of Charlie Hebdo and of PEN itself.
Emergency Manager Tammy Roehrich says no injuries have been reported from the Wednesday morning accident near Heimdal, about 115 miles northeast of Bismarck.
The mayor called on federal investigators Wednesday to look into whether this city’s beleaguered police department uses a pattern of excessive force or discriminatory policing.
SpaceX fired a mock-up capsule into the air Wednesday morning from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to test the new, super-streamlined launch escape system for astronauts.
Its name is “Inspiration” and Daimler Trucks says it’s the first ever self-driving semi-truck licensed to drive on public roads — in this case Nevada’s highways — not only for testing, but business, too.