"We want to do everything we can to keep minors from being discovered on Snapchat by people who may be engaging in illegal or harmful behavior," Snapchat said.
"It's probably the first work of Caravaggio's that we know of, so historically, it's really a milestone," art historian Claudio Strinati said.
Without proper training, the Afghan air force was unable to get the needed qualified personnel, and without contractors, they were unable to maintain aircrafts.
The man was uninjured and managed to hike back to his car.
The suspect is dressed completely in black, wearing a white N-95 mask and carrying a black backpack as he walks toward Oakwood Avenue and La Brea Avenue.
A manhunt is underway for the suspect accused of stabbing and killing 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer, a UCLA graduate student, while she was working at a luxury furniture store in Hancock Park. Live updates for this blog have ended.
British authorities have two teenage boys in custody and are trying to determine how much they knew about their father's plan to take a Texas synagogue hostage.
Pastor Mike Todd was criticized for rubbing spit on a man during a pandemic and said he "crossed a line" when trying to make his point.
Emergency services called for the help of an animal rescue organization after seeing the conditions, with some dogs even found living in the crawl space under the home.
Chinese officials urged residents not to order packages from abroad and to open mail outdoors after traces of COVID-19 were found on international packages.
When the man returned to the bar, he allegedly began shooting at a security officer who had reportedly kicked him out of the bar earlier in the night.
The eruption, which was heard in Alaska, triggered a tsunami and waves across the ocean, causing an oil spill and two drownings in Peru.
An edited video clip of Cheyenne forcing her son to pose for a picture while he is crying has been viewed over 1 million times.
The former mayor said he'd be turning his time to "fighting inequality in the state of New York" instead.
The issue occurred between late October and mid-December at a location in California.
Amid reports of hostility between Trump and DeSanits, a spokesperson for the Republican governor told Newsweek such talk is a "fabricated media narrative."
The woman said of the date: "Literally it was so bad I faked a positive covid test so I could go home."
Arlington Public Schools said it would make decisions that "prioritize the health, safety and wellbeing" of students.
Prince Harry's lawsuit over a U.K. government decision to strip him of police protection is "outrageously out of touch," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
Study author Motohiko Murakami told Newsweek the faster cooling of Earth's interior could lead to "more active tectonics" in the future.
The video was posted on TikTok on Saturday and has already amassed over 4 million views.
Two people have died, while at least 158,000 were reported to be without power on Monday due to Storm Izzy, according to The Weather Channel.