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LAPD Officer Allegedly Caught Fondling Dead Woman On Body Cam: Reports

The footage was reportedly discovered during a random review of officers' recorded conduct. → Read More

Beached Sperm Whale Found With 220 Pounds Of Trash In Its Stomach

Marine researchers in Scotland called the discovery both "stunning" and "shameful." → Read More

Amazon Removes Auschwitz Christmas Ornaments, Bottle Openers After Outrage

The items, which also included Valentine's Day keychains, were deemed disturbing by the memorial that operates at the former concentration camp. → Read More

Homeless Men Hospitalized After Being Shot With Arrows Outside Of San Francisco

A man is now wanted for attempted double homicide following the Friday night attack at a homeless camp. → Read More

There Were More Than 800 New Vaping-Related Lung Injuries In October

October saw an average increase of 202 new cases each week, according to the latest numbers released by the CDC. → Read More

Principal Who Said He Couldn't Confirm The Holocaust Was Real Is Fired

William Latson defended Holocaust deniers in an email to a parent who was inquiring about his Florida school's World War II curriculum. → Read More

Horrifying Videos Show Incredible Destruction Of Raging California Wildfires

More than 44,000 acres have been consumed by the fires, the largest of which was just 10% contained on Sunday. → Read More

4 Flight Attendants Arrested For Money Laundering At Miami Airport

The American Airlines attendants were allegedly found carrying more than $22,000 in cash into the U.S. from Chile. → Read More

Trump Likens Impeachment Inquiry To 'A Lynching' In Twitter Outburst

The president also suggested that Democrats are carrying out the investigation “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.” → Read More

Nationwide Vaping Illnesses Near 1,500, With Death Toll Hitting 33

The latest weekly CDC figures show that vaping-related illnesses are still rising across the country, but at a slightly slower pace. → Read More

Man Running For Sheriff Releases Photo Of Himself In Blackface

Craig Stivender said his 2009 Halloween costume was meant to “disparage” a drug trafficker. He did not apologize. → Read More

Universal Orlando Employee Fired After Making ‘OK’ Hate Symbol In Girl's Photo

The hand gesture has been used to symbolize white power. The mother of the biracial child wants answers. → Read More

Expect A Mass Refugee Migration If Climate Crisis Is Ignored, Barbados Warns

If temperatures rise to the levels forecast, countries around the world should expect destabilization, said the island's prime minister. → Read More

Antonio Brown Says He Will No Longer Play In The NFL After Patriots Cut

The wide receiver announced his decision on Twitter after the New England Patriots dismissed him following sexual assault allegations. → Read More

Louisiana Man Drowns During Underwater Proposal At Island Resort

“I can’t hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you," read his note pressed against their underwater bedroom's window. → Read More

FDA Launches Criminal Probe Into E-Cigarettes As Vaping Illnesses Rise

There have been seven deaths and 530 confirmed and probable cases of lung injury linked to vaping, the CDC said Thursday. → Read More

Trump Says Kavanaugh Should Sue After New Sexual Misconduct Claim

The president also suggested the Justice Department should step in after The New York Times reported the new allegation against the Supreme Court justice. → Read More

Juul Violated Federal Rules By Labeling E-Cigs As Safer Than Cigarettes: FDA

The vaping company is also accused of marketing its products to students, calling e-cigarettes “totally safe." → Read More

Officer Placed On Leave After KKK Application Found Framed On Bedroom Wall

The application and Confederate flags were seen by a Black prospective homebuyer checking out the cop's residence. → Read More

Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak Linked To Atlanta Hotel Leaves One Dead

There are 12 confirmed cases and 61 probable cases linked to the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, health officials said Monday. → Read More