The pharmacy market is one of the biggest potential new targets for Amazon.com.
When Japan's notorious "black widow" serial killer admitted to murdering her husband for his money, she told a court she would laugh in the face of a death sentence. "Even if I were executed tomorrow, I would die smiling," Chisako Kakehi said to the judges in her trial testimony in July, according to AFP. Her words may be put to the test.
Just weeks after he helped open the flood gates on Harvey Weinstein, investigative reporter Ronan Farrow promised another blockbuster. In a Friday appearance on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," Farrow said he had been working on a follow-up to his explosive New Yorker article detailing allegations that the Hollywood film mogul had sexually harassed or assaulted 13 women. His new piece, he told Colbert, would explore the "machine that was so instrumental in keeping this quiet as long as it was quiet."
The gruesome discovery Sunday, Nov. 5, of the bodies of more than two dozen migrant women in the Mediterranean Sea has left Italian officials wondering whether the women were purposely killed, and why all who died were female.
WASHINGTON - When Congress launched an effort in August to enable prosecution of online sex trafficking by amending the Communications Decency Act, the titans of the internet such as Google and Facebook rose up in opposition. Having to police the vast amount of content on their websites would be too burdensome, they said; smaller sites without big legal teams would face overwhelming liability and who knew what unforeseen lawsuits would be made possible by changing a law known as "the bedrock of the internet"?
SEOUL, South Korea - President Donald Trump asserted Tuesday, Nov. 7, that his administration is making "a lot of progress" on North Korea, and he urged dictator Kim Jong Un to "make a deal" at the negotiating table on the rogue nation's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. "I believe it makes sense for North Korea to do the right thing, not only for North Korea but for humanity all over the world," Trump said during a joint news conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in after a bilateral meeting at the Blue House.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas - Many of this small town's residents had just learned, mostly by word of mouth, the names of the people slain or wounded at the First Baptist Church, and the horror unleashed by a gunman was too fresh for anyone to process fully. But one thing was emphatically clear Monday: These Texans weren't about to embrace gun control. This is a place where people carry firearms as routinely as they wear boots. They carry them out of sight, tucked in a waistband or in a pocket like a billfold. Or they carry them openly.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas - The massacre of more than two dozen churchgoers - the youngest of whom was just 18 months old - occurred amid an ongoing "domestic situation" involving the gunman and his relatives, some of whom had attended the church, law enforcement officials said Monday.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - Devin Patrick Kelley's co-workers didn't think much of it when he failed to show up Sunday for his evening shift as a security guard at Summit Vacation and RV Resort.
Manuel Garcia was waiting for his estranged wife and her new boyfriend when they came out of church in the Central California city of Fresno, authorities said. The Garcias had raised four children in 43 years of marriage - but a month ago, Martha Garcia filed for divorce, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer told reporters. Shortly after, Martha Garcia told family and friends that there was a new man in her life. The new couple had attended a 7:30 a.m. mass at St. Alphonsus Church on Sunday.