Four men are being sought in connection with an armed home invasion in West Philadelphia.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dr. Mehmet Oz's radio show, "The Daily Dose with Dr. Oz," is getting a new home.
KAHULUI, Hawaii (AP) — Hawaiian Airlines passengers had to exit a plane using emergency slides after an odor of fumes led crew members to turn the flight around soon after takeoff.
Chip Kelly made a trade to get the guy he wanted the second time around.
(Reuters) - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas said on Friday a malware attack may have allowed hackers to steal credit card information used at its retail and service locations. The potential breach may have included names, credit card numbers and their CVV security codes but not PIN numbers or other sensitive customer information, the company said in a statement. The attack, discovered on April 3, was limited to credit or debit card transactions between Sept. 3, 2014 and April 2, 2015, at the company's restaurant, bar and retail locations, including the Culinary Dropout Restaurant. The company said it is actively cooperating with law enforcement and credit card companies to investigate the attack.
Court records indicate that all six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death have posted bond, and five have been released.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Three men charged with running an illegal international sports gambling ring that made millions have pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy in San Diego.
New York state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, a Republican, and his son are expected to be arrested next week on federal corruption charges, The New York Times reported on Friday, citing unnamed sources. The criminal charges against Skelos, 67, and his son, Adam, 32, were expected to be detailed in a criminal complaint and likely will include conspiracy, extortion and solicitation of bribes, the newspaper quoted one source as saying. Investigators have been looking into the business dealings of Adam Skelos, including his hiring by an Arizona company that won a local government contract in New York although it was not the low bidder, and a $20,000 signing bonus from a title insurance company that never employed him, the Times said. In question is whether the elder Skelos used his political influence to help the Arizona company, AbTech Industries, which won a $12 million storm-water treatment contract from Nassau County on Long Island, the senator's home district, the newspaper said.
BALTIMORE (AP) — 6 officers post bond in case of man who died after being injured in police custody; 5 released.
Police are investigating a homicide in the Logan section of Philadelphia.
Many observers were surprised by the swiftness of State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's decision to charge six Baltimore Police officers in the death of Freddie Gray on Friday, just one day after receiving the results of a police investigation. One lawyer hired by the police union called it a rush to judgment.
The chief Baltimore prosecutor, who came out swinging on Friday with charges against six police officers in the death of a 25-year-old man, could be quickly asked to disclose some of the potential evidence she has collected. At a news conference Friday, Marilyn Mosby accused the officers of illegally arresting Freddie Gray, placing him in a police van without a seatbelt and with his legs shackled and his hands cuffed, and then ignoring his pleas for medical help. Mosby charged the officer who drove the van with second-degree murder and the others with lesser charges, including manslaughter. Defendants charged with serious crimes in Maryland are generally entitled to request a preliminary hearing, at which prosecutors must present enough material to convince a judge they had probable cause to bring charges, lawyers experienced in Maryland criminal law said.
ABC News confirmed that all six of the police officers involved in his death were arrested on May 1, 2015.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's an annoying problem for the unlucky few: the Apple Watch's heart rate monitor and even some other features might not work if you have a tattoo on your wrist.
Two more women, a writer and an actress, on Friday said comedian Bill Cosby had sexually assaulted them decades ago, bringing the list of his accusers to more than 40. Actress Lili Bernard and writer Sammie Mays made the allegations against the comedian at a news conference with prominent lawyer Gloria Allred the day before the last show of Cosby's national comedy tour in Atlanta. Cosby, best known for his role as Dr. Cliff Huxtable on the hit TV series "The Cosby Show," has never been charged over any of the allegations.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Federal authorities have closed an investigation into whether Gov. Chris Christie's administration threatened to withhold Superstorm Sandy relief money from Hoboken for political reasons.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The United States and Japan will work toward strengthened economic ties, including promoting more direct investment in each other's markets and approval of a Pacific trade agreement, officials said Friday.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A lawsuit filed Friday by Amtrak and CSX alleges that a trucking company caused a March train derailment that injured 55 people by failing to take safety precautions or warn that the track was blocked.
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A Colorado woman who police say admitted cutting the fetus from a pregnant stranger stabbed her victim first with shards of glass from a broken lava lamp before performing a crude Cesarean section, court documents showed on Friday. Dynel Catrece Lane, 34, is charged with attempted first-degree murder, felony assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy stemming from the attack in March on Michelle Wilkins in the town of Longmont, 30 miles north of Denver. After the two women talked for about an hour, Lane asked Wilkins to come into the basement of the home, where she attacked the younger woman, smashing a lava lamp over Wilkins' head, prosecutors said. After she rendered Wilkins unconscious, Lane used a knife to slice open the victim's abdomen and remove the fetus, prosecutors said.
Residents shouted with joy, embraced one another and honked car horns to hail the swift action by Baltimore city's chief prosecutor to file charges in the death of Gray, a black man who suffered severe spinal injuries while in police custody. "I am proud for Baltimore," said Mae McKinney, 48, waving a large American flag. "I feel so happy, mostly happy that this wasn't swept under the rug and someone did something about it." A festive crowd gathered in West Baltimore, where Gray was arrested on April 12, chanting "Freddie! Freddie!" Uniformed police officials mingled in the crowd, while others in riot gear and National Guard troops stood at the side. Dozens of buildings and vehicles were burned, 20 police officers were injured and more than 200 people were arrested.