A spokesperson for the Department of Environmental Management told CNN that a woman was injured when a possible explosion knocked her on to a rock at Salty Brine Beach in Rhode Island. At this time, the cause of accident has yet to be determined.
Nearly two weeks after the remains of a young girl were found along the rocky shoreline of Boston Harbor, more than 50 million people have seen or shared a computer-generated image of what she may have looked like in life.
The CEO of CrossFit, Greg Glassman, owes those living with diabetes an apology after his company tweeted a quote June 29 attributed to him -- "Make sure you pour some out for your dead homies" -- along with a photo of Coca-Cola's trademark bottle ad and the caption "open diabetes."
The increased threat warnings that led up to the recent July 4 celebrations were anything but subtle. Government officials and security analysts warned Americans that the large gatherings for America's Independence Day might provide fertile ground for ISIS attackers or their affiliates to attack. Police officers and first responders increased their efforts and the American public was told once again that if they see something, say something.
San Francisco's sheriff strongly defended his department's release of an undocumented immigrant who allegedly went on to kill a woman, saying Friday the blame should be on federal officials who failed to take the proper steps to keep him in custody.