Four-year-old ‘beaten to death by mother’s boyfriend as horrific punishment for dropping MEATBALL out of Subway sandwich’ Wednesday evening, Kayla died at University Hospital from injuries incurred during a beating, officials said. Her mother and her boyfriend were arrested Tuesday on allegations that they beat the child. Melanie Nicole Garcia, 21, and Matthew Carillo, 23, are being held […]
On Monday night, after touring the site of the subway bombing that killed at least 12 people in the capital of Belarus, the country’s authoritarian president, Alexander Lukashenko, cast the net of suspicion as far and wide as he could.
For decades the folks at Visa and MasterCard have been slobbering over the prospect of a cashless society, and they’re getting their wish.
While more police officers patrol Tokyo’s subway and train stations in preparation for U.S. President Barack Obama’s two-day trip to Japan this week, people in other parts of the country have already sent the American President a message
Whether I was squeezing myself into a crowded subway car or admiring the fall leaves around at Tsaritsino Park, I was constantly learning new Russian words during my two-week study trip to Moscow last October.
Three men charged with lying to federal agents during a terrorism probe are scheduled to make court appearances Monday. Najibullah Zazi, 24, and his 53-year-old father, Mohammed Wali Zazi, are expected to make their first appearances in a Colorado federal court
It’s a common sight in the traffic-clogged streets of Istanbul, a city that straddles two continents. A taxi driver, enraged by perpetually gridlocked traffic, stepping out of his car and yelling “Maniac!” at the man driving the public bus behind him
Federal agents have charged a 24-year-old Colorado resident, his father and another man with making false statements as part of an extensive terror investigation that stretches to Pakistan. Najibullah Zazi, an Afghan national, and his father, Mohammed Wali Zazi, were arrested Saturday night in the Denver suburb of Aurora.
The Mexican government posted security camera footage Saturday of a shooting inside a subway station that left two people dead and eight wounded at the height of evening rush hour. The shooting at the Balderas station in central Mexico City happened after police stopped Luis Felipe Hernandez Castillo, 38, from writing graffiti on the wall of one of the subway platforms.
The shooting at the Balderas station in central Mexico City happened after police stopped Luis Felipe Hernandez Castillo, 38, from writing graffiti on the wall of one of the subway platforms. Hernandez Castillo was writing “Este gobierno de criminales,” or “this government of criminals,” federal District Attorney Miguel Angel Mancera said.