Sondra Pierson was having a glass of wine at Parkside Rotisserie & Bar after work last Thursday when she saw something outside the window that shocked her. "Everyone in the restaurant turned around, and they were like, What? Is that for real?' she said this week. A beat-up old Cadillac with Massachusetts plates had parked near the front of the restaurant, and a man and a woman wearing Nazi paraphernalia had gotten out. The man wore a red "Make America Great Again" hat and a red armband with a black swastika on it. The woman wore a matching armband and a swastika T-shirt. Then they walked on top of a Holocaust Memorial read more
A large, flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea attacked and killed its owner when the man fell on his property in Florida, authorities said Saturday. read more
Only a skull and a pair of trousers remained after a suspected rhino poacher was killed by an elephant and then eaten by lions in Kruger National Park, South African National Parks said. read more
Steve Kornacki: For President Donald Trump, it may prove to be the bounce that never comes. On the afternoon of March 24, the news broke that special counsel Robert Mueller had found no collusion between Trump's campaign and the Russians -- a moment for which the president and his allies had been waiting almost two years. But a week later, Trump's average approval rating, according to the Real Clear Politics tracker, had climbed a grand total of one-tenth of one percentage point -- to 43.2 percent from 43.1 percent.
The concertina wire installed under the Trump administration to reinforce the U.S.-Mexico border - by U.S. soldiers who missed holidays with their families - is now being stolen and used to protect Tijuana residences as the city grapples with a surge in crime, officials confirmed Monday.