Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Headlines & Global News



Woman files lawsuit vs sex company We-Vibe over remotely controlled vibrator

Sep 17, 2016 02:01 PM EDT

A complainant filed a lawsuit against We-Vibe for violating her privacy, claiming that the company allegedly collecting, monitoring, and transmitting her usage information.

Jeff Luhnow

Cardinals, Astros Hacking Case: How It Happened, How It Could Have Been Avoided And What It Means For The MLB (EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW)

Jan 11, 2016 10:04 AM EST

On Friday, former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa pleaded guilty to hacking the Houston Astros' computer database. HNGN had the opportunity to speak with Jason Eaddy of Stroz Friedberg (the company acquired Elysium Digital last August) to break down how the hack may have occurred, how it could have been avoided, and what this incident means for Major League Baseball.

Angelika Graswald and Vince Viafore

Woman Accused In New York Kayak Murder Case Claims She Did Not Kill Her Fiance

Nov 08, 2015 01:16 PM EST

Angelika Graswald, the fiance of Vince Viafore, was the prime suspect in the murder of her husband on a kayaking trip in New York's Hudson River, but after months of staying quiet, she has now come out to tell her side of the story. However, authorities still seem speculative.

Karl Andree and his wife

David Cameron: Prime Minister To Address Saudi Arabia Over British National Set For Public Flogging

Oct 14, 2015 03:21 AM EDT

In response to a desperate family's plea, Prime Minister David Cameron has stated that he will write to the Saudi government to argue the case of Karl Andree, a British national who is set to be flogged for violating the country's anti-alcohol laws.

Jimmy Snuka Murder Case Skips Preliminary Hearing, Heads Straight For Trial

Jimmy Snuka Murder Case Skips Preliminary Hearing, Heads Straight For Trial

Oct 09, 2015 08:35 AM EDT

Defense attorneys for Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka agreed on Wednesday to bypass a preliminary hearing on charges that he murdered his girlfriend, Nancy Argentino, in 1983.

Johnny Depp and Wife Amber Heard

Johnny Depp's Wife Amber Heard's Dog-Smuggling Case Adjourned By Australian Court

Sep 07, 2015 09:37 AM EDT

A case to hear dog-smuggling charges against actor Johnny Depp's wife Amber Heard has been adjourned.

Fernando Rodney

Chicago Cubs Trade for RP Fernando Rodney; Barry Bonds Loses Collusion Case Against Major League Baseball

Aug 27, 2015 09:17 PM EDT

The Chicago Cubs acquired a back-end reliever and Barry Bonds' case against the MLB was resolved.

Judge Approves $60 Million Settlement in NCAA's Video Game Lawsuit

Judge Approves $60 Million Settlement in NCAA's Video Game Lawsuit

Jul 20, 2015 07:40 AM EDT

College athletes whose names, images and likenesses were used in video games distributed and published between May 2003 and September 2014 are a step closer to receiving their portion of a settlement agreed upon last year.

James Holmes

Aurora Theater Trial: James Holmes Verdict Is In [WATCH IT]

Jul 16, 2015 05:36 PM EDT

If the jury convicts Holmes, the trial will then enter the sentencing phase.

Baby Doe Toddle: Boston Police Investigating Death Of 4-Year-Old

'Baby Doe' Toddler: Boston 4-year-old Found Dead, But Was Not Reported Missing

Jul 06, 2015 03:42 AM EDT

Investigators in Massachusetts are seeking the public's help to solve a horrific mystery and identify a little girl whose dead body was discovered in a trash bag on a Boston shoreline.

Child Who Killed Husband With Rat Poison To Be Released in Nigeria

Nigerian Child Bride Accused Of Poisoning Husband Has Charges Dropped

Jun 10, 2015 10:41 AM EDT

A Nigerian court dropped the case against 15-year-old Wasila Tasi’u after her lawyer argued that the prosecution had failed to prove intent to kill.


Illegal Immigrant Amnesty Case Could Make It To Supreme Court, White House Official Says

May 28, 2015 03:16 PM EDT

"This is about making sure we are fighting vigorously, winning this case on the merits so that when the time comes that we're implementing this program, people can be sure that it's not [going to] get further entangled in litigation," Cecilia Muñoz, director of the Domestic Policy Council, said on MSNBC's "The Rundown with Jose Diaz-Balart."

Convicted Montana Jordan Graham

Montana Killer Bride Appeals Murder Conviction in Husband's Death Because Prosecutors Didn't Prove Blindfolding Factor

Mar 10, 2015 10:16 AM EDT

(Reuters) - A Montana bride appealing a murder conviction for pushing her new husband off a cliff said on Monday her life sentence should be overturned partly because prosecutors claimed she blindfolded her mate before he plunged to his death but failed to prove it.

The Blue Jays acquired Josh Donaldson from the Athletics earlier in the offseason.

Josh Donaldson Loses Arbitration Case Against Toronto Blue Jays and Will Receive $4.3 Million Salary for 2015

Feb 13, 2015 01:54 PM EST

The Toronto Blue Jays acquired third baseman Josh Donaldson earlier this offseason from the Oakland Athletics. However, they were forced to surrender a number of talented prospects as well as enter a salary arbitration hearing with Donaldson.

Controversial Monkey Selfie Case Settles; No One Can Claim Copyrights Of The Image

Controversial Monkey Selfie Case Settles; No One Can Claim Copyright Of The Image

Aug 23, 2014 05:11 AM EDT

The US Copyright Office has settled a long-standing dispute between photographer David Slater and Wikimedia declaring the monkey selfie as a public property.

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