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  • Photos: Easter Sunday blasts at Sri Lanka churches, hotels kill more than 200
    Explosions hit multiple churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing more than 200 people and injuring hundreds more, news outlets are reporting.
  • Sri Lanka explosions: Easter Sunday blasts at churches, hotels kill more than 200

    Explosions hit multiple churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing more than 200 people and injuring hundreds more, news outlets are reporting.

    At least 207 people were killed and 450 hurt in Sunday’s attacks, .

    Officials said eight blasts targeted

  • Adopting a bunny this Easter? Be mindful of responsibilities, experts say

    Rabbits make amazing pets and can bring joy to a family, but especially around Easter, some people adopt a bunny for the holiday without fully  that come along with being a pet owner.

    Did you know that rabbits  and require the same long-term care as other pets, such as cats

  • WATCH: Pope Francis delivers Easter message after Mass at the Vatican

    Hours after explosions at Sri Lankan churches and hotels left dozens dead and hundreds more injured, Pope Francis prayed for the victims during his annual Easter message at the Vatican.

    “I wish to express my heartfelt closeness

  • Photos: Pope Francis delivers Easter message, celebrates Mass at the Vatican
    Hours after celebrating a late-night vigil, Pope Francis processed into a flower-decked St. Peter’s Square for the liturgy Sunday commemorating the resurrection of Christ after his crucifixion.
  • Easter 2019: 5 creative ways to decorate your Easter eggs

    Many crafty DIYers are flexing their creative muscle for .

    Since the tie-dye egg has become a bit trite, it may be time to begin searching for with the little ones.

    Below, you’ll find a variety of colorful, clever  that you’ll be proud to share on any of your

  • ‘Fixer Upper’ house designed by Chip and Joanna Gaines on market

    If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a “” styled by , now’s the time to strike. According to , the renovated 1963 abode from the season 2 finale is officially on sale.

    The 4,235-square-foot home at , which fans may remember as the “Asian Ranch

  • Emory researchers explore the nearly indestructible nature of Peeps

    Peeps don’t get the best rap, but the marshmallow treats are actually some of the most indestructible “technological wonders” of our .

    That’s according to researchers at Atlanta’s Emory University, where groundbreaking -- we’re joking -- research

  • Militia leader arrested at US-Mexico border

    The leader of a New Mexico militia group that has been seen on video detaining large groups of Central American families at the Mexican border was arrested Saturday and charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, investigators said.


    Larry Mitchell Hopkins

  • SpaceX Crew Dragon vehicle experiences 'anomaly' during test

    During a series of engine tests Saturday afternoon, a SpaceX official a Crew Dragon vehicle experienced an “anomaly," which witnesses said sent a large plume of smoke into the sky at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 

    Witnesses reported seeing the large plume of smoke around 3:30

  • Owl found in jet turbine during preflight check

    A preflight check revealed an unusual stowaway: an owl sleeping in a jet engine.


    The owl was found during the check of a Virgin Australia flight, .

    “This owl didn’t give a hoot where it napped,” . “Our team of engineers rescued it and it

  • Youth minister sentenced to 8 years for arranging to meet ‘teen’ for sex

    A youth minister in Gordon County, Georgia, who also managed a frozen yogurt shop was sentenced to eight years in prison for trying to solicit sex from a person he was a teenage boy.

    Zachary Michael Baker, 29, was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty to criminal attempt to commit

  • Fake cop pulls over real undercover officer in Florida, police say

    A Florida man was charged with impersonating an officer Wednesday after he pulled over a legitimate undercover deputy.


    Matthew Erris, 26, of Dade City, activated red and blue lights on the grill of his 2007 Chevy Trailblazer around 8 p.m., unaware the other driver was an undercover

  • Video shows California woman throwing 7 newborn puppies into trash bin

    A woman threw a bag filled with seven puppies into the trash behind an auto parts store Thursday, .


    Surveillance video shows that a woman in a white Jeep pulled up around 1 p.m., got out and threw a clear plastic bag filled with 3-day-old terrier puppies into a trash bin, the

  • 'Boyz n the Hood' director John Singleton hospitalized after stroke

    “Boyz n the Hood” director John Singleton suffered a stroke last week and remains hospitalized, according to his family.

    In a statement released Saturday, Singleton’s family announced that the 51-year-old filmmaker was in a hospital intensive care unit and &ldquo

  • Former fitness instructor and football coach in Washington pleads guilty to murder

    A former football coach and fitness instructor in Bellingham, Washington, pleaded guilty last month to the November 2017 of his wife in Park City, Utah. 

    According to a story , Anthony Darnel McClanahan’s guilty plea was part of a plea bargain in which prosecutors agreed

  • Father saves 14-month-old boy from dingo attack in Australia

    A family camping in a remote area of an Australian island was sleeping in its trailer when two dingoes entered and tried to take off with a 14-month-old boy early Friday.


    The boy suffered puncture wounds to his head and neck after one of the wild dogs tried dragging the boy into

  • Man pulled over on way to job interview gets ride, not ticket, from officer

    A driver was pulled over on the way to a job interview and, instead of getting a citation, he was given a ride by the officer.


    Ka’Shawn Baldwin, 22, was pulled over for expired plates. He also had an expired driver’s license, . 

    Baldwin told Cahokia

  • Tiger attacks Kansas zookeeper

    A zookeeper at the Topeka Zoo was injured when a tiger attacked her Saturday morning, officials said.


    The keeper, whose name hasn’t been released, suffered lacerations and puncture wounds to the back of her head, neck and one arm, Topeka Zoo Director Brendan Wiley said.

  • Woman’s dog camera alerts her to intruder in house wearing her high heels, police

    A man was arrested after a woman’s dog camera alerted her to an intruder in her apartment casually helping himself to items in the fridge, taking a shower and wearing her bra and high heels, police say.


    “He was going through all my personal things,” the woman

  • Man sentenced to 90 days in jail after killing 159 protected birds of prey

    A California man killed more than 150 protected birds and other wildlife in what officials have called the largest raptor poaching case in state history.


    Richard Parker, 68, pleaded guilty Friday to poaching-related crimes, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and agreed to pay $75

  • Tragedy, hope, healing: Columbine shootings remembered, 20 years later

    Two decades have passed since the Columbine High School shootings -- a tragedy that left 12 students and one teacher dead, and changed the national conversation on school violence.


    On April 20, 1999, two Columbine seniors arrived at the school, armed with guns, knives and homemade

  • Friendly bear cub could be killed after approaching group of snowboarders

    A friendly bear cub seen in a video approaching a group of snowboarders could now be killed because of its sociable behavior.


    The cub was comfortable around humans because its mother likely died, . 

    “This cub approached people because she didn’t know

  • Pennsylvania man charged with homicide in wife’s 1981 cold case disappearance

    A Pennsylvania man has been charged with killing his wife, who went missing nearly 40 years ago, and plotting to kill a police sergeant who investigated the case in the 1980s.


    William Walter “Bill” Korzon, 76, was arrested Thursday and charged with homicide, criminal

  • Georgia driver steals weapons as he drives car through gun store 

    Police in a are looking for a bold thief who drove a car into a . 


    Surveillance video at the shows the car plowing through the front of the store around 5 a.m. Friday and then the driver hopping out and stealing as many guns as he can.

    A from the butcher shop next

  • Eight firefighters injured at Arizona energy storage facility

    Eight firefighters were injured, one critically, after an explosion at an energy storage facility in Arizona,  reported.


    According to fire officials in Peoria, several fire agencies were investigating a battery fire at the McMicken Energy Storage facility in Surprise when

  • Flyers drop Kate Smith's recording of 'God Bless America' over earlier racist songs

    The Philadelphia Flyers have followed the lead of the New York Yankees, halting singer Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” after an allegation of potential racism in her music,  reported.


    The team also covered a bronze statue of the singer, who

  • Eaglet hatches at Dollywood theme park

    An eaglet became the newest addition to , hatching at the theme park in the Tennessee mountains, the reported.


    Grant and Glenda are the eaglets’ parents, and the nest is located at the park’s American Eagle Foundation exhibit,  reported. 


  • 13 people shot to death in family party at bar in Mexico

    Thirteen people, including a child, were killed at a bar in Mexico when gunmen raided a family celebration Friday in the city of Minatitlán,  reported.


    Four other people were injured in the attack. According to a spokesman for the state government of Veracruz, the

  • Indianapolis mom attacked in front of daughters during home invasion

    An Indianapolis mother of three is recovering after two men broke into her home Thursday night and attacked her in front of her three young daughters,  reported.


    Zuleima Zagal told  the back door of her home was kicked in by two masked men with guns who punched her in

  • Woman encounters large snake at Indiana hiking trail

    That’s a big snake.


    An Indiana woman discovered a large snake while hiking along the Big-4 Rail Trail in Zionsville,  reported.

    Mindy Murdock, a park naturalist with the Zion Nature Center, said the photograph taken by Michele Modglin depicts an eastern rat snake

  • Baby hurt when oak tree falls on Florida home

    A 9-month-old baby is recovering after  on her Florida home, crashing through the ceiling where she slept.


    It happened in Columbia County, between Lake City and Wellborn.

    survived with just a few scratches.

    Her mother, , said she was on the phone outside

  • Body found in Houston apartment could be tied to missing person case

    A body found wrapped under a mattress in a Houston apartment could be related to a missing person case in March, the  reported.


    A worker found the badly decomposed body stuffed between a mattress and box spring Thursday around 11:30 p.m. while cleaning the apartment, 

  • Two men arrested in shooting death of journalist Lyra McKee, police say

    Two teenagers were arrested in connection with the shooting death of journalist Lyra McKee, the  reported Saturday.


    The men, who are 18 and 19, were arrested under the Terrorism Act, according to officials with the Police Service of Northern Ireland. 


  • Ha Ha Clinton-Dix says college degree withheld over $1 balance owed

    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix earned his degree from the University of Alabama in 2018.

    Or, so he thought.


    Clinton-Dix, who helped the Crimson Tide football team win back-to-back NCAA football titles in 2011-2012, has not received his degree yet because he is still carrying a balance

  • WWII veteran celebrates 98th birthday in the gym

    A World War II veteran celebrated his 98th birthday Wednesday by visiting an Oregon gym, a ritual he follows three times a week.


    “It makes me feel good, like I’m strengthening what’s here,” Fred Lawrence, a former Marine and pastor, told .


  • Paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren dead at 92 

    Lorraine Warren, who investigated haunted houses and other paranormal activity, died Thursday in Monroe, Conn., . She was 92.


    Warren’s death was announced on the  of the New England Society for Psychic Research, which she and her husband, Ed Warren, who died in

  • Father accused of severely beating 9-month-old son

    A 29-year-old man is accused of severely beating and injuring his infant son at a Los Angeles apartment,  reported.


    Michael Freeman, who was recently released from a Tennessee prison, was arrested Thursday after he allegedly beat, strangled and tried to drown the 9-month-old

  • Deputies: Florida man holds clerk, 77, at knifepoint, knocks her down

    A Florida man was arrested after he at knifepoint during a robbery at a Lakeland Circle K, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said.


    , 53, of Lakeland, was arrested Thursday on charges of armed burglary with battery and robbery with a deadly weapon, the Sheriff’s

  • deletes ad criticized for romanticizing slavery

    Genealogy database  has deleted a controversial commercial criticized by many for romanticizing slavery.

    The ad set in 1800s America depicted a white man asking a black woman named Abigail to “escape to the north” with him.

    “Will you leave with me?&rdquo

  • Mother charged after police discover naked toddler in neighbor's yard

    A Pittsburgh has been charged with child endangerment after police found her toddler running around the neighborhood naked.

    When police found the boy’s home, they went inside and discovered it was covered in filth. His mother, who was inside, appeared to be under the influence

  • George Zimmerman banned from popular dating app

    A Tinder spokesperson told the  that the dating profile for George Zimmerman has been removed from the app. 

    According to the report, Zimmerman had a phony profile and using a fake name “Carter.”

    In screen grabs captured by C, Zimmerman described

  • Washington on track to be first state to allow human composting

    What began as a passion project and then became a new company is the focus of a bill that has moved through the Washington State Legislature. 

    would allow for human composting, also known as “recomposition” in Washington.

    The state House approved the bill on Friday

  • Teacher's letter of resignation goes viral after quitting midyear

    A letter of resignation written by a young South Carolina teacher is resonating with others in her position after it went .

    Sarah McCall had been teaching for five years in Charleston County when she decided to last November.

    The Washington Post  and spoke to McCall about

  • Coast Guard crews seize 970 pounds of cocaine, 550 pounds of marijuana worth combined

    U.S. Coast Guard crews offloaded hundreds of pounds of drugs seized in the Caribbean Sea last week.

    The haul -- 550 pounds of marijuana -- was brought to South Florida by the crew of the Coast Guard cutter Raymond Evans and offloaded Thursday at the Coast Guard base in Miami Beach

  • Dogs attack horse, leaving it severely injured

    Two dogs got loose and attacked a horse Wednesday, leaving its face and legs so severely injured they will require surgery, investigators said.


    The owners of the two dogs, identified as pit bulls, were issued four summonses for dogs running at large and dogs off premises, 

  • Shoplifter bites 7-Eleven clerk on arm, prosecutors say

    A 39-year-old homeless man has been charged with assault after biting a clerk at a downtown Seattle 7-Eleven store, prosecutors .

    Charging documents say when William Ludwig tried to walk out of the store on First Avenue and Cherry Street without paying for a six-pack of beer on

  • Police: Indiana family trio kidnaps, shoots relative of witness in man’s trial

    The night before an Indiana man’s trial, the man and his family kidnapped and shot the relative of a witness set to testify, police said.


    Jarod Johnson, 22, was scheduled to go to trial Monday in Lake Superior Court on an attempted murder charge related to a 2017 shooting

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