A woman wearing an “LOL” shirt was busted in the fatal poisoning of North Korean despot Kim Jong-un’s half-brother — and told later cops she thought it was a “prank” and not an assassination.
A South Korean court rejected a request by the special prosecutor's office to raid the presidential Blue House, Yonhap News Agency said on Thursday, as part of a widening infleunce-peddling scandal that could topple President Park Guen-hye.
The world of augmented reality bellwether Pokémon Go is about to let a slew of new cutesy critters into its mobile, walkabout zoo. Developer Niantic and triumvirate The Pokemon Company just announced 80 new Pokémon will appear in the camera based catch-em-all sometime this week.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration submitted a safety recall report for the iconic carmaker's Aventador and Veneno models on Feb. 3. The notice suggests Aventadors filled with too much gas could exhaust the system "in certain driving conditions." And if liquid fuel reaches the exhaust system, it could cause a fire.
At the 2016 European Championships, violent clashes between Russian and English supporters in Marseille put the spotlight on Russian hooliganism.