The US has now experienced its eighth known vaping-related death after a Missouri man with rather mild respiratory illness symptoms quickly fell into a critical state and died four months after starting his vape use.
Several people were injured in a late-night shooting in Northwest of Washington, DC on Thursday, local media reported.
Instagram announced new rules for posts about weight loss products and cosmetic surgery, restricting access for users who are known to be under the age of 18, while other posts will be removed from both Instagram and Facebook.
According to a new study, a mysterious star whose repeated bouts of darkening might be due to "alien megastructures," according to researchers' conjectures, may have more than a dozen counterparts that display similarly mystifying behaviour.
The referee who received immediate backlash after forcing a high schooler to cut his locs in order to proceed with his wrestling match has been banned from his sports gig for two seasons.
Ed Buck, a prominent Democratic Party fundraiser and activist in southern California, has been charged in the 2017 death of a man he provided with a lethal dose of methamphetamine at his West Hollywood home.
The 44th US President warned against watching TV and using social media, saying “those are two things I would advise, if you are a good president, not to do.“
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US and Canadian diplomats in Havana, Cuba, may have become ill due to a neurotoxin used in pesticide fumigation and not by alleged sonic attacks, a clinical study commissioned by Global Affairs Canada revealed.