Authorities say they are searching for an Uber Eats driver suspected in connection with a fatal shooting over the weekend in Atlanta. Atlanta police said the driver, who has not been publicly identified, made a meal delivery late Saturday night in the city's Buckhead neighborhood. During the transaction, police said, a customer was shot and killed, and the driver fled the scene. As of Monday morning, no arrests had been made, the police said.
The Washington Redskins can officially tag Kirk Cousins starting on Tuesday. But if they do, expect the quarterback to go on the offensive. Cousins will file a grievance through the NFL players' union if the Redskins stick a franchise tag on him, according to a person with knowledge of the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
During the Civil War, the precious document was hidden behind wallpaper in a home in Virginia to keep Union soldiers from finding it. Later, it sat in a closet in Kentucky, in a broken frame, unappreciated and stored in a cardboard box. And later still it was stuck behind a cabinet in the office of an energy executive outside Houston.
Who is afraid of special counsel Robert Mueller? President Donald Trump is afraid. So are those who worked on his campaign. But they are not alone.
President Donald Trump signaled support for one piece of gun control legislation on Monday, Feb. 19, five days after a mass shooting at a Florida high school left 17 people dead and scores injured. "The president is supportive of efforts to improve the federal background check system," Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, wrote in a statement Monday morning.
The original video has more than 1.8 million views on Facebook alone, each one of them a hard lesson for Marissa Rundell. She filmed a woman who allegedly yelled at Rundell and her baby during boarding on a Feb. 6 Delta flight from New York to Syracuse, New York The woman was taken off the plane, and Rundell's video, posted on Facebook for her family to see, soon rocketed across social media and garnered coverage in newspapers, including this one. But now Rundell regrets recording Susan Peirez, who has been suspended upon review at her New York state government job.
Imagine if, after 9/11, the president had said that the World Trade Center and Pentagon could have been attacked by "China" or "lots of other people." Imagine if he had dismissed claims of al-Qaida's responsibility as a "hoax" and said that he "really" believed Osama bin Laden's denials. Imagine if he saw the attack primarily as a political embarrassment to be minimized rather than as a national security threat to be combated. Imagine if he threatened to fire the investigators trying to find out what happened.
The handshake may be replaced by a fist-bump at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang and it has nothing to do with how old customs are giving way to new in a rapidly evolving world.
PARKLAND, Fla. - The real problems started at least as early as middle school and quickly intensified. There were the vocal outbursts, disturbing drawings of stick figures with guns, constant disciplinary issues. There were threatening statements written on his homework, including a reference to killing President Barack Obama, saying he should be "burned alive and eaten."
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - President Donald Trump lashed out with fresh anger about the intensifying Russia probe over the weekend, accusing Democrats of enabling a foreign adversary to interfere in the 2016 election and attacking the FBI as well as his own national security adviser.