(BOISE, Idaho) -- Two people were killed and four others, including a Boise police officer, were injured in a shooting at a mall in Boise, Idaho, police said. One person is in custody, Boise police said. Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee told reporters that police... Read More.
Journey has been preparing a new studio album, and now comes word that the forthcoming release will be supersized. Narada Michael Walden, who replaced longtime Journey member Steve Smith as the band's new drummer last year, and also is producing the new record, posted a... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Rental car giant Hertz announced it was buying 100,000 Tesla electric vehicles that will be available to customers starting next month. Tesla stock soared on news of the massive order, and its market cap hit the $1 trillion milestone during intraday trading... Read More.
(BOISE, Idaho) -- Six people, including a Boise police officer, have been injured in a shooting at a mall in Boise, Idaho, police said. One person is in custody, Boise police said. Police responded to reports of shots fired at the Boise Towne Square Mall on... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Lawyers for the drug kingpin known as El Chapo argued Monday for a new trial, insisting "breathtaking jury misconduct" and an "unparalleled set of stifling defense restrictions" marred his conviction. Joaquin Guzman, 64, was sentenced to life in prison after he was... Read More.
(SLIGHT SPOILERS AHEAD) Sure, superheroes exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but thanks to a couple of lines in the Eternals, costumed do-gooders from Marvel Comics competitor DC are apparently also a thing. There's a line in the yet-to-be released film that acknowledges for the first time... Read More.
Black News Channel President Princell Hair is sharing some of the important reasons why the fast-growing news network is worth the watch. "On our best day, we're telling stories in our communities, we're making a difference," Hair tells ABC Audio of the Black-news-centered channel that was launched in... Read More.
(CAIRO) -- After initially being put under house arrest by military forces Monday, Sudan's acting Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and his wife Muna Abdalla were "kidnapped" at dawn from their Khartoum residence, according to the prime minister's office. The move happened after the military forces... Read More.