Sunday, August 28th, 2016
  • Mosquito repellent now a theme park necessity

    It probably was only a matter of time, but mosquito repellent has joined hand sanitizer as a must-have health accessory at Florida theme parks. […]

  • Drug kingpin's nephew gunned down

    Gunmen killed the nephew of a Sinaloa cartel leader in the latest attack against relatives of people linked to the drug organization. […]

  • $3 million seized at border

    Border Patrol agents in California hit a jackpot this week in terms of cash seizures: $3 million. […]

  • Trump links death of Dwyane Wade's cousin to black vote

    Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that tragedies like the death of NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin are one of the reasons African-Americans will vote for the Republican nominee. […]

  • Bombs reportedly hit mourners of kids killed by earlier bomb

    At least 16 people died when two barrel bombs struck as mourners attended a wake for children killed in a separate barrel bombing in Aleppo, a Syrian monitoring group said. […]

  • 2 missing after plane crashes into lake

    Two people are missing after a small plane crashed in Lake Pontchartrain near New Orleans, authorities said. […]

  • Italy earthquake: Grieving nation begins burying dead

    Italy began the painful task of burying its dead Saturday following a massive earthquake -- as aftershocks rattled the heart of the country and the death toll climbed to 290. […]

  • Rhymefest's angry tweet draws Chicago police apology

    Grammy- and Oscar-winning artist Rhymefest took to Twitter on Saturday to denounce what he described as "disgusting" treatment by the Chicago Police Department when he tried to report an armed robbery. […]

  • A president's best friend: His dogs

    The presidents' furry friends have been the source of adoration, humor and drama during their time as first dogs in the White House, from President Barack Obama's Portuguese water dogs Bo and Sunny to Franklin D. Roosevelt's beloved Scottish terrier Fala. […]

  • Busker for the homeless gets karmic thumbs-up

    On a rainy August afternoon, Chris Leamy sat on a pavement and waited for passersby to drop a dollar or two. But the 29-year-old isn't homeless. With a guitar in hand, he sits by homeless people in New York City and tries to help them boost their gains by playing a few tunes. […]