The report on the police investigation into a deadly four-car accident involving Caitlyn Jenner is being turned over to a prosecutor and could lead to a misdemeanor manslaughter charge against the reality television star, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's detective said Thursday.
Jimmy Carter's presidency swirled with turmoil, but his post-White House work promoting human rights, democracy and peace has earned him high praise. Here are a few facts about Carter, who turns 91 in October, to help reflect on the long life of America's 39th president:
New York inmate David Sweat, who pulled off an elaborate escape from an upstate prison in early June, has been indicted on two counts of escape in the third degree and a count of promoting prison contraband, Clinton County District Attorney Andrew Wylie said Thursday.
It's hard to feel surprised by the recent news that Ashley Madison, the dating site for married people interested in stepping out on their spouses -- tagline: "Life is short. Have an affair" -- is the victim of online hackers.
As a candidate, Bill de Blasio vowed to "turn the page" on the boom of the preceding 20 years that he says created a "tale of two cities," one for the rich and one for the rest of us. Now that he's mayor of New York City, he's learning that's easier said than done.