White House national security adviser warned of a "significant response" to any harm that came to U.S. citizens at the hands of Venezuela.
"At this point I was fairly certain that that kick had just killed him," Deehring, a victim of the attack, said in reference to his boyfriend.
Meanwhile, a family in Texas was threatened with baby kidnapping after their Nest was hacked.
"Upon arrival police discovered a 52-year-old female victim with an injury to her head," the NYPD confirmed.
The alleged physical altercation between the dog walker and the jogger caused "significant injury," according to authorities.
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.
Army Spc. Torian Davis, 22, was booked on Wednesday for murder and aggravated assault charges.
After the altercation, bystanders restrained the suspect until police arrived.
Regional experts also predicted that Russia may look to take advantage of the uncertainty created by James Mattis's resignation as President Trump's defense secretary.
International law requires Ukraine and Russia to cooperate on maritime issues.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and a pair of Fox News pundits claimed news media outlets are simply "jealous" of the Trump family's success.
"New York has no place for hate and New Yorkers have no patience for it," the NYPD said.
At least two people were killed and a third was brain dead in an attack at a crowded Christmas market Tuesday.
The suspect called the woman a "d*ke" after he saw another woman kiss her cheek.
It took two police to apprehend Harry.
The attacker reportedly shouted: "Everyone's going to die" before launching the attack.
"I heard screeching tires and an engine revving as it sped past me up the street," a photographer said.
The Syrian Defense Ministry said, "Our air defenses are thwarting hostile targets over the area of Al-Kiswah and are shooting them down."
The Department of Homeland Security's inspector general advised the nation to change its emergency alert system.
The children were waiting to cross a road when they were hit.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called NATO's 2011 intervention in Libya "a cynical deception" and said Moscow was "ready to cooperate" on peace initiatives.