The homeowner heard screaming after he lit a fire in the fireplace, but it was too late by the time he realized the screams were from inside the chimney.
Turkey, pie, cider? Oh my. Bulletproof vest maker Bulletsafe asks: How Bulletproof is Thanksgiving dinner? Find out in this episode of “How Bulletproof.”
While robbers typically choose guns or knives to instill fear, syringes are a common choice as well, and apparently big brushes are a thing too.
A man named Gregory Miller took a Coors Light truck for a spin, but when he decided to elude authorities on foot, his leg got caught under the semi.
Fuller said although he knows she’s been in bad hands and doing bad things, he’s glad to have his Glock back and likened it to finding a $500 bill.
Even Mayor Bill de Blasio criticized the ads and noted that while they technically fall within MTA guidelines, they’re still irresponsible and offensive.
A local hunter has bagged his first buck of the season, or at least that’s what it looked like on the outside. He hunted down an unusual trophy Monday night: a doe with antlers.
After enjoying a full day of freedom, Steven O’Leary decided to turn himself back in to authorities and has since been admitted to drug treatment.
NPR talks with Scott Atran, an anthropologist who has spent a lot of time talking with former ISIS fighters, and he says moderation is not the answer.
A $15,000 reward is being offered for information on the suspect, who authorities say was armed with a high-caliber weapon and walked with a limp.