Police in Milton, Florida, have said in an offense report that the suspect, 44-year-old Keith Johnson, arrived at the victim's house drunk.
The sisters allegedly damaged the woman's car before leaving the scene.
"When I reached out to Taco Bell for justice they offered a $20 gift card," victim Bryan Reese wrote on Twitter.
A Massachusetts woman was arrested for assaulting a man wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat at a Mexican restaurant.
The "Empire" star, who is charged with falsifying a police report, could face a sentence of one to three years in prison and a fine up to $25,000.
"You pretty. Are you scared?" the attacker asked victim Dana Sagona, 31, before the attack.
The man asked her to send "clear video evidence" of her being sexually assaulted, prosecutors claim.
The victim was left with a broken nose and eye socket.
When the nurse returned to her car she told police a white man, wearing a white hoodie or jacket and black pants allegedly "made a derogatory remark to her" and then "poured a small amount of kerosene on her," before fleeing.
Outraged viewers of a video showing a white McDonald's customer assaulting a young black female employee are demanding the store manager be fired for not helping his co-worker.
Wayne reportedly was rolling on the ground declaring "I am John Wayne" after taking PCP.
Randy Wayne Riley, 18, was charged with felony assault on a police officer and three counts of criminal mischief.
Betsy DeVos's newest proposal will reportedly decrease liability for colleges and give new protections to the accused.
The girl claimed James Mealey told her to remove her clothes before he had intercourse and oral sex with her.
Tweets that appear to be from the actor strongly deny claims he punched a man in the face.
"Sorry for lying to my friends and family," he wrote.
But Fox News host Laura Ingraham also criticized Booker for "tarring" Brett Kavanaugh by showing his support to Christine Blasey Ford.
"We need to have a president who celebrates the First Amendment," Sasse said.
Authorities were called to their home in North Carolina following reports of an "assault."
Minnesota House Republican candidate Shane Mekeland claims he is recovering from a concussion after being allegedly assaulted Friday by a "bigger guy" who confronted him about not representing the middle class.
The site commends the thousands of survivors who have come forward during Kavanaugh's confirmation process, saying: "We applaud your bravery. We believe you."