Chelsea Clinton had been working as a reporter at NBC News since 2011, sporadically doing feature stories on people or organizations doing public-spirited work. Clinton said Friday she is quitting her job citing increased work at the Clinton Foundation and the expectancy of her first child.
Woman dies at Burning Man: Alicia Louise Cipicchio, who worked in an art gallery near Yellowstone National Park, was struck by a bus while attending the Burning Man festival, about 120 miles north of Reno.
In a memo to NFL teams, Commissoner Roger Goodell wrote: 'Domestic violence and sexual assault are wrong. They are illegal. They are never acceptable and have no place in the NFL under any circumstances.'
Ailina Tsarnaeva, who lives in North Bergen, New Jersey, made the threat against an upper Manhattan woman via telephone on Monday, police said. She turned herself in at a Manhattan police precinct, and police charged her with aggravated harassment.
The suspect fired from the pellet gun before officers returned fire, Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said at a news conference. He said witnesses and officers thought the robbery suspect's Airsoft handgun looked and sounded real, but discovered later that it fires only plastic pellets.
An appeals court ruled the Amish defendants acted on personal motivations, not religion in the 2011 hair and beard cutting attacks. The judges ruled the jury had received incorrect instructions about how to weigh the role of religion in the case.