On Saturday night at around 8 p.m. local time, a man tried to steal UFC strawweight Polyana Viana's phone. Not only did he leave empty-handed, but he also got some painful reminders of his mistake in the process.
A PREGNANT babysitter killed a two-month-old, dressed him in a snowsuit, took him to McDonald's with her boyfriend and returned the infant to his mum without telling her he was dead, it has been claimed.
Seattle Police have released body camera video of a deadly officer-involved shooting in north Seattle. The incident started as a traffic stop in the Licton Springs neighborhood at about 5 p.m. Monday. Seattle Police on Thursday evening released footage from five police-worn body cameras and a dash camera showing a man, identified by friends and family as Iosia Faletogo, run from police before struggling with officers and being shot. It happened in the area of Aurora Avenue N and 96th Street. Seattle Police say Faletogo was in possession of a stolen handgun at the time of the shooting. The video released by police was edited to show the chase and subsequent struggle from different officers' perspectives. When asked for additional comment on the footage, Seattle Police Det. Mark Jamieson said the video spoke for itself. Faletogo's family is scheduled to hold a press conference Friday. read more
Despite the many public displays of chaos and mismanagement in Washington, President Trump's approval rating has stubbornly refused to budge. He remains exactly as overwhelmingly popular among Republicans as he was the first day of his presidency. Among the wider public, he remains unpopular -- but not unusually so for a modern president.
Legendary WWE interviewer "Mean" Gene Okerlund has died at the age of 76, WWE.com announced Wednesday. Okerlund joined WWE in 1984 after spending nearly 15 years in the AWA. He remained with WWE from 1984-1993 and then worked for WCW from 1993-2001 and became the most notable interviewer in professional wrestling history in the process.