After a demonstration by parents of the 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa turned violent yesterday, federal forces used tear gas to control demonstrators. But that in turn generated a retaliation FULL STORY The post Tear gas used against Ayotzinapa protest appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
A secret witness is expected to testify Wednesday afternoon at a hearing in the murder case against New York real estate scion Robert Durst. Durst, 74, is accused of the execution-style killing of his longtime friend Susan Berman, whom prosecutors say he shot in the back of the head inside her...
Long before Wynwood became a mecca for selfie-snapping tourists, microbreweries and international retailers, Chris Oh was there turning blank warehouse walls into art. Oh was a pioneer of Miami's street mural scene. He started Culture Kings, an influential Design District boutique, and co-founded the Primary Projects art gallery. Oh died...
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County’s annual public safety awards underlined a difficult 2016 for first responders.
The Iranian vessel came within 1,000 meters of the USS Mahan, prompting the guided-missile destroyer to ‘deploy a flare to determine the vessel’s intentions’ A US Navy guided-missile destroyer fired a warning flare toward an IranianShow More Summary
Church tells her to cover up or move - in violation of state law, attorney says
The European Space Agency said so!
A Fox News Channel anchor who is black has joined a racial discrimination lawsuit against his company, saying Wednesday the network has marginalized him and has little interest in promoting... To view the full story, click the title link.
From the toniest neighborhood in L.A., to its seediest, and back again. [ more › ]
Chef Tré Hardy of Ophelia returns to Cook St. Paul. The London-trained chef has worked all over the world before landing in Minnesota. He was in the kitchen at Cosmos and Heartland before taking at his current position with 3M. But Tré...Show More Summary
The circus worker died in freak attack. The lesson? Do not sleep atop the tiger cage.
Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to expand a citywide crackdown on illegal short-term rentals, pumping an extra $2.9 million into the effort over the next two fiscal years. The city's Office of Special... To view the full story, click the title link.
A man who believed that a guy was following him down Market Street might have been onto something, as he was robbed him the moment he tried to take a photo of his suspected stalker. [ more › ]
The bar's owner says he lost about $250. [ more › ]
Two men accused of smuggling more than 30 pounds of cocaine across the U.S.-Mexico border before being arrested in Boyle Heights this week face deportation because they have been living in the country illegally, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection official said Wednesday. Hugo Rueda, 50, was taken...
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Or, in the case of these Chicago thrift and vintage shops, everything is a treasure just waiting to be dusted off and given some love. If you’re looking for that one-of-a-kind statement piece to give your wardrobe a chance to stand out, these shops are...
This time, milk got into its “dairy-free” powder.
You know what they say—out with the old, in with the new. Er, old? Spring is the perfect time to clean out your closet and fill it again with seasonal vintage gems. There is nothing better than snagging a stellar garment, aged decades to perfection. We asked Chicago’s vintage experts to spill the...
He is the second suspect in custody in the shooting death of Wilfredo Guardado-Huezo.