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TV crew robbed at gunpoint in Oakland; latest in series of attacks

Police say a crew working for an Oakland television station was robbed at gunpoint for a video camera worth an estimated $60,000. It's the latest of at least a dozen robberies of television news crews and still photographers that has plagued the San Francisco Bay Area since 2012. See the most-read...

Priest Allegedly Pointed Musket At 8-Year-Old For Rooting Against Giants

A NJ priest has been arrested after he allegedly pointed a musket at an 8-year-old boy and threatened him because the child was rooting against the Giants. Which, yeah, that sounds like a Giants fan alright. [ more › ]

Teen driver in fiery crash that killed five is charged with manslaughter

The teenage driver involved in a fiery vehicle collision that resulted in the deaths of five juvenile passengers in Irvine last year has been charged in connection with their deaths, authorities said Saturday. Bradley Morales, who was 16 at the time and the sole survivor of the crash, was taken...

Saturday Morning Special: We're Now In The Alphabet Age

Zuck's schmucks, Bock cleared, and Dorsey's preparation. [ more › ]

Santa Monica Named The Drunkest City in California

Twitter hashtags and the local divorce rate were factors in these highly scientific findings. [ more › ]

Extra, Extra: We'd Totally Watch 'Friends' Starring Hamsters

An adorable pup gets adopted by explorers, a regional Mexican food guide in Los Angeles, and more end of the day links! [ more › ]

Skateboarder killed in hit-and-run incident in San Juan Capistrano

Orange County authorities are searching for the driver of a pickup truck who struck and killed a man on a skateboard Friday night in San Juan Capistrano before fleeing the scene. The victim has been identified as Cesar Medina, 23, of San Juan Capistrano, authorities said. Medina was riding his...

100 Fried Food Addicts Sleep At Chick-Fil-A For Year Of Free Chicken

  Even the most miserable weather this city's seen in months couldn't deter hundreds of Chick-fil-A fans from queueing up outside the company first full-fledged NYC restaurant yesterday evening. The reward for 100 lucky lottery-drawing souls—all of whom had to prove they weren't homeless—was one chicken sandwich meal per week for a year. Show More Summary

Ken Cuccinelli leaves the door open for another run for Virginia governor

The former attorney general said he has not ruled out making another bid in 2017.

Westwood Village unveils plan for smokers to snuff it and stuff it

Attention, Westwood Village smokers, if you have puffed your cigarette to the nub and are contemplating flicking the butt to the ground, think again. The Westwood Village Improvement Assn., which works to better the business climate in the neighborhood adjoining UCLA, has provided a place for you...

One dead, two others wounded after shooting on H Street NE

Police said a fight on the busy commercial street ended with gunfire.

Today At The Uptown Arts Center

Worn Articles: Heard, Read, Remembered, is a site-specific exhibition, conceived for an architectural space that carries a long history of spoken text, written text, and embodied text. A group of select artists was invited to find inspiration...Show More Summary

Video: Stephen Colbert Delivers Sobering Monologue About Oregon Shooting & Pretending

Stephen Colbert started off Friday night's show with a very sober, powerful monologue about the horrific shooting at an Oregon community college this week. "I can't pretend that it didn't happen; I also can't pretend to know what to do to prevent what happened yesterday and all the times it has happened before. Show More Summary

Williamsburg Luxury Rental Calls Man's Gruesome Elevator Death An "Act Of God"

The investigation continues into the death of a 37-year-old man, who was crushed by a malfunctioning elevator in a Williamsburg apartment building. A Daily News source claims the elevator was "overloaded with about 14 people" but a building...Show More Summary

ATLwood: Know a band that wants to be on Fox's 'Sleepy Hollow'?

Filming Updates and Castings >> Fox's "Sleepy Hollow" is currently filming in the state and they've put out an open casting call for musicians in the area. One lucky band will get to perform in "a frat party scene." >> Dunwoody Tavern was recently turned into "Shorty's Saloon" for Mother's Day.…

Man and woman found dead outside Walmart on rainy night

The sheriff’s office is investigating the deaths of the two people, who were found next to dumpster at a store.

Wife Sues Pork Company After Husband Loses Job For Farting Too Much

In the biggest flatulence-related lawsuit since the landmark case of He Who Smelt It v. He Who Dealt It, a Pennsylvania woman is suing her husband's former employer, a Trenton pork roll company, over allegations that the man was fired for farting too much. [ more › ]

Two People Killed After Boat Capsizes In Brooklyn During Storm

Two people were killed yesterday after their boat capsized in Jamaica Bay during last night's storm. [ more › ]

Surviving College in NYC With Urban Dove

Elbi and The Huffington Post are partnering up, with you, to help change the world as part of your daily routine. Little actions. Big difference. We're excited and honored to work with Urban Dove, a New York charity that provides young...Show More Summary

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