Here are your Friday morning headlines.
A man charged with slamming his speeding car into pedestrians in Times Square, killing a teenager and injuring nearly two dozen people, said he wanted to “kill them all” and police should have shot him to stop him, a prosecutor revealed Friday.
A 1982 piece of art by Jean-Michel Basquiat sold for a record $110.5 million at Sotheby’s auction of contemporary art Thursday night.
A wild monkey who gorged himself on junk food and soda left behind by tourists has been rescued and placed on a strict diet of lean protein, fruits and vegetables.
Sweden’s top prosecutor said Friday she’s dropping an investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years because there’s no possibility of arresting him “in the foreseeable future.”
The University of New Mexico sculpture professor found hundreds of yellowing envelopes containing folded drawings of some of the memorable neon signs on Route 66, one of the first roads in the U.S. highway system. It spanned more than 2,400 miles, from Chicago to the West Coast.
A little respect will go a long way toward solving the angst and gridlock plaguing Washington D.C. politics, former Vice President Joe Biden told a collection of business and political leaders Thursday night at the Bellagio.
Following a week of bad press, President Donald Trump is starting his first foreign trip in Saudi Arabia, yet the destination itself seems less important than the fact that Trump will be out of pocket.
Higher-than-expected radiation levels detected in liquid waste shipped from Canada to South Carolina illustrate the folly of shipping even-more-dangerous materials to Nevada by truck and rail, state’s top nuclear safety official says.
President Donald Trump assailed the appointment of a special counsel as an unnecessary measure that divides the country and forcefully said there was no collusion between his campaign and Russians who interfered with the election.