Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s season-long suspension has been upheld by NFL-appointed arbitrator Harold Henderson, the league announced Friday.
The second installment of FX’s “Fargo” has found its first two cast members: Kirsten Dunst (“Spider-Man”) and Jesse Plemons (“Breaking Bad”).
Hamilton County, Ohio Sheriff Jim Neil said it’s “a scary thought” that guns would be painted to mislead police.
Former All-Pro safety Darren Sharper now faces six rape charges in three states after he was indicted Friday by a New Orleans grand jury on two counts of aggravated rape.
According to widely cited Italian media reports, Pope Francis recently told a young boy grieving the loss of a pet dog that “paradise is open to all God’s creatures.”
Three teenagers and a 20-year-old man were shot and wounded on Friday outside a Portland, Oregon, alternative high school when a gunman thought to have gang ties opened fire following a dispute, police said.
A dangerous storm system blamed for two deaths in Oregon, thousands of power outages in Washington and flooded roadways in the Bay Area that kept many from work and school pushed into Southern California on Friday, causing mudslides and evacuations.
The trailers cut up the movie’s one scene of warfare (in which Moses and Ramses defeat the Hittites at the Battle of Kadesh), Ramses’ pursuit of the Hebrews and the parting of the Red Sea (portrayed with more tornadoes than ever before) to make the biblical tale look downright action-packed. It isn’t.
President Obama said Friday during a radio interview that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell seemed to be making up policy as he went along in handling player discipline such as the Ray Rice case.
Dozens of people attending an office holiday party in central Florida fell violently ill from apparent food poisoning, authorities said on Thursday.