The man whose Twister game launched decades of awkward social interactions at parties has died.
That ’70s Show actress Lisa Robin Kelly has been arrested in California on suspicion of drunken driving. The California Highway Patrol says officers noticed signs of possible intoxication when they helped move the 43-year-old actress’ stalled car off Interstate 5 in Burbank late Saturday.
The Kitchen, which flung open its doors in Wellington in 2009, was a narrow old pantry. Access involved walking sideways.
A doctor working for France’s version of the television reality show Survivor has committed suicide, leaving a note saying he had been unfairly criticised over the death of a contestant, the programme’s broadcaster said.
Israel’s domestic culture war between religious communities and the secular courts took to the streets on Thursday as tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Ashkenazi Jews paralyzed the streets of Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv suburb of Bnei Brak in a protest march. The target of their outrage was the imprisonment of 43 couples for refusing to allow their daughters to attend a religious school where they would have to mix with the daughters of religious Mizrahi Jews .
From baby deliveries to unexpected deaths, Mike Bowes, a 911 dispatcher from Quincy, Massachusetts, has handled a wide range of emergency calls. But Monday night, the 44-year-old received an unexpected call from his neighbor: His own house was on fire
Huddled on the top floor of her home after waist-deep water inundated the lower story, Doranne Lim is bothered by the debris — and the smell.
FBI agents late Saturday arrested Najibullah Zazi, a 24-year-old Colorado resident and Afghan national questioned in an alleged terrorist plot in the United States. Zazi and his father, Muhammad Zazi, were handcuffed without incident as authorities raided Zazi’s home in the Denver suburb of Aurora, CNN’s Jim Spellman reported from the scene
A high court in northern India on Friday acquitted a wealthy businessman facing the death sentence for the killing of a teen in a case dubbed “the house of horrors.” The teen was one of 19 victims — children and young women — in one of the most gruesome serial killings in India in recent years. The Allahabad high court has acquitted Moninder Singh Pandher, his lawyer Sikandar B