A mountain lion wandered into a Southern California neighborhood Monday morning and prowled around several homes until authorities tranquilized her, scooped her up and drove her away to be assessed before release back into the wild. The large, half-blind lion was first spotted before 7 a.m. in the back yard of a residence in the 600 block of Virginia Ann Drive in Azusa, California, said Azusa police officer Mike Bires. Azusa is in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, about 25 miles east of Los Angeles.
We're only a few months into 2018 and we already have the lead for wildest celebrity anecdote this year. A GQ Magazine profile of comedian Tiffany Haddish published Monday revealed a few things: She drinks turpentine, is a dream whale watching companion and, um, witnessed an actress biting Beyoncé on the face. Beyoncé fans - the Beyhive - went into high alert. Pop culture Twitter went bananas. Someone allegedly bit Beyoncé - considered a queen-like mega pop star - on the face. On the face. Like, on the face.
A student gunman who killed a classmate in the hallway of their Maryland high school and wounded another fatally shot himself in the head as a school resource officer closed in on him, new details released Monday show. The school resource officer fired a single round at the student gunman, hitting the teen's weapon but not the teen, the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
Stormy Daniels ramped up her legal battle against President Donald Trump on Monday, alleging in court that his personal attorney Michael Cohen defamed her by insinuating that she lied about an affair with Trump more than a decade ago. Daniels amended her existing lawsuit against Trump, adding Cohen as a defendant in the pending case. The expansion of the lawsuit in a California federal court comes one day after the adult-film actress's widely watched interview on "60 Minutes."
There has been a certain quality to having teenagers act as figureheads for a movement that has not gone unnoticed in the wake of the March for Our Lives rally on Saturday. Judge too harshly and you are attacking a kid who has balanced trauma with homework.
The Federal Trade Commission confirmed Monday, March 26, that it has opened an investigation of Facebook following reports that a data analysis firm used by the Trump campaign improperly accessed the names, "likes" and other personal information from at least 30 million users on the social site.
Russia vowed to retaliate in kind for the decisions by the U.S. and 14 of its European allies to expel scores of Moscow's diplomats in the wake of the nerve-agent attack on a former spy in Britain.
Mike Hughes, a California man who is most known for his belief that the Earth is shaped like a Frisbee, finally blasted off into the sky in a steam-powered rocket he had built himself.
LONDON - Cambridge Analytica assigned dozens of non-U.S. citizens to provide campaign strategy and messaging advice to Republican candidates in 2014, according to three former workers for the data firm, even as an attorney warned executives to abide by U.S. laws limiting foreign involvement in elections. The effort was designed to present the newly created company, whose parent, SCL Group, was based in London, as "an American brand" that would appeal to U.S. political clients, according to former Cambridge Analytica research director Christopher Wylie.
An Iowa couple and their two children who were found dead inside their rented Mexico condo had inhaled toxic gas, Mexican authorities said Saturday. The Quintana Roo state prosecutor's office said autopsies showed that all four family members, who were staying in Tulum on Mexico's Caribbean coast, had asphyxiated. Authorities reiterated that there were no signs of foul play. "Any violent act or suicide has been discounted," authorities said.