Magnitude 7 Earthquake in the Aegean Sea Jolts Turkey and Greece, At Least 19 Dead
A powerful earthquake hit the Aegean Sea, triggering what was dubbed a “mini tsunami” and killing at least 19 people in Turkey and Greece, Friday.
Hurricane Zeta: Six Dead, Millions Face Power Outages as it Ravages Gulf Coast
As Hurricane Zeta ravaged the Gulf Coast, it left behind a trail of at least six dead people and cut off the power supply of two million people on Thursday before it headed northeast.
Nice Terror Attack: Authorities Detain New Suspect in Connection To the Incident That Killed Three People
In connection to the Nice terror attack, which resulted in the death of three people in a church, a new suspect was taken into custody, as France continues to increase its security amid the tensions surrounding the cartoons depicting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
Hollywood Executive David Guillod Nabbed on Assault Charges for the Second Time This Year
Hollywood executive David Guillod now is under the custody of the Los Angeles Police Department after they arrested him on Thursday in relation to another sexual assault report.
Secret Graves Uncovered in Mexico, 59 Bodies Found
The bodies of 59 people who were reported missing were found by a Mexican search group who uncovered secret graves in the state of Guanajuato in north-central Mexico, Wednesday.
World Leaders Condemn Nice Terror Attack, Express Solidarity With France
After the Nice terror tttack which killed three people, leaders all over the world have condemned the incident.
"Terrorist" Attack Nice, France; Kills 3, Leaves Several Wounded
At least three people and several others were wounded after an attacker with a knife at a church located in the French City of Nice, Thursday.
Turner Returns To Field After Dodgers Win Despite COVID-19 Positive Result
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was removed from the field as it was announced after the game that Turner tested positive with coronavirus.
Sen. Ted Cruz Cries Foul Over Twitter Censorship: Followers Deserve to See The Post's Hunter Biden
In connection to Twitter’s censorship of The Post’s Hunter Biden reporting, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was slammed by Senator Ted Cruz during a heated exchange of words during Wednesday's Big Tech Hearing.
Hong Kong Activist Nabbed After Allegedly Seeking Asylum at US Consulate
A Hong Kong activist facing charges of secession filed under Hong Kong's national security law has been detained due to his alleged attempt to seek asylum at the consulate of the United States.
Lee Family Faces Legal Battle Over Control of Samsung Following Chairman's Funeral
The family of Samsung Electronics' chairman Lee Kun-hee held a funeral for the late patriarch on Wednesday as his death put the control of the chipmaker, and the largest conglomerate of the country, into question.
Hurricane Zeta: Life-threatening Storms Expected in the Gulf Coast as It Regains Strength
After being downgraded into a tropical storm after it made landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, Hurricane Zeta has once again regained strength.
Operation Autumn Hope: US Marshals Rescue 45 Missing, Exploited Children, 179 Arrested
More than 50 law enforcement agencies participated in “Operation Autumn Hope,” which led to the rescue of the victims and the arrest of the perpetrators.
Hurricane Zeta: Louisiana Gears Up for Another Possibly Destructive Hurricane
On early Tuesday, the weather condition was monitored and displayed top winds of 70 mph or 110 kph, and Hurricane Zeta was centered at about 540 miles or 865 kilometers south of the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Remains of Missing Virginia Man Found in the Trunk of a Car Involved in a Miami Car Crash
A man from Virginia who was initially involved in a single-car accident is currently facing a murder charge after the remains of an aspiring hip-hop artist were discovered in the trunk of his car.