The chief executive of Volkswagen says he is sorry that he used a Nazi slogan to speak about company profits at a meeting on Tuesday.
Power has returned to Venezuela after it first failed a week ago, but access to uncontaminated water remains critical.
Brazilian fans of the sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine were shocked and none-too-pleased when an episode featured a character praising controversial President Jair Bolsonaro, the Wrap reported.
Margaret Maurer, who was 21, was walking back to her car from a restroom during a stop along a highway in Mississippi on Tuesday when two tires weighing a combined 500 lbs. dislodged from an 18-wheeler and struck her.
More than 200 exiled Venezuelan soldiers were ready for a standoff with their former comrades last month, when the Colombian government stepped in and brought it to a halt.
The suspect in the alleged attack on a conservative activist who was manning a recruitment table at the University of California, Berkeley campus Feb. 19 pleaded not guilty to four counts at his arraignment Wednesday.
Cristobal Alex, one of the nation’s top Latino political operatives, has joined Joe Biden’s camp, a move seen as a sign that the former vice president is seriously considering running for the Oval Office in 2020, according to Politico.
The Mormon church says two of its U.S. members are being detained by Russian authorities, and its officials are criticizing the move as disturbing and unwarranted.
The Alameda District Attorney’s office has filed criminal felony charges against an entrepreneur who allegedly attacked a conservative activist at the University of California, Berkeley campus on Feb. 19.