Man kills himself after ramming car into Capitol barricade, police say

Man kills himself after ramming car into Capitol barricade, police say

(WASHINGTON) -- A man fatally shot himself after ramming his car into a security barricade at the Capitol early Sunday morning, police said. U.S. Capitol Police said in an initial, brief statement that a man exited his vehicle after crashing it around 4 a.m., after which the vehicle "became engulfed…
Michigan residents on water boil notice after main leak

Michigan residents on water boil notice after main leak

(NEW YORK) -- Some Michigan residents are under a boil water advisory after a leak was discovered in a major water main that serves the Detroit area. The Great Lakes Water Authority said it discovered a break early Saturday on a 10-foot water transmission main that distributes drinking water from its…
Police investigating after car crashes into Virginia pub, injuring 15

Police investigating after car crashes into Virginia pub, injuring 15

(ARLINGTON, Va.) -- Authorities are investigating after a car crashed into a Virginia pub, injuring over a dozen people and sparking a fire. The incident occurred Friday evening in Arlington, outside of Washington, D.C. Police and fire crews responded to the scene around 6:45 p.m. after the car slammed into Ireland's…
Salman Rushdie attack suspect: What investigators are saying

Salman Rushdie attack suspect: What investigators are saying

(NEW YORK) -- Law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation into Salman Rushdie's attack told ABC News that "a preliminary investigation into the suspected perpetrator's probable social media presence indicates a likely adherence or sympathy towards Shi'a extremism and sympathies to the Iranian regime/Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps." Author Salman Rushdie was…
Colleges prepare for potential spread of monkeypox on campuses as outbreak grows

Colleges prepare for potential spread of monkeypox on campuses as outbreak grows

(NEW YORK)-- Colleges and universities have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of students this fall, heralding a much-anticipated return to normalcy on campuses, with COVID-19 cases beginning to abate again across the country. However, following the nation’s growing monkeypox outbreak, there are growing concerns from health experts that this second…
U.S. real estate market may be cooling, depending on who you ask

U.S. real estate market may be cooling, depending on who you ask

(NEW YORK) -- Just a few months ago, the real estate market was favorable to people selling homes. The amount of buyers was increasing, the number of listings were down and interest rates were dropping, it seemed, across the country. Now, brokers are saying the market has shifted. “Today, week after…