Over the past weekend, multiple fights broke out in supermarkets over toilet paper.
Workers at a fish farm in Canada captured shocking video of a bald eagle struggling with an octopus before they rescued the bird from the mollusk's clutches.
Bradley Jacobs, Andrew Adams and Sabrina Bell have all been suspended without pay for the incident that saw two of the judges shot after an argument.
Unlike the pair's first match in 2018, viewers won't be able to live stream the new fight on YouTube.
Till said he still has "unfinished business at welterweight" despite his struggles to cut weight in the past.
Yanser Robaina, 40, of Homestead, had to be subdued with a stun gun for resisting arrest. He allegedly told police officers: "I am going to sue you guys and you're going to end up on the news."
Family members allegedly struck three young children with their hands, belts and a paddle.
Jones remains an outsider in the battle for the Alabama Senate, but observers say we shouldn't write off his chances just yet.
The trend is a significant spike as the death toll exceeds the 36 estimated by Reuters to have been killed in Syria over the previous 15 months.
They fear that new groups will join the conflict after Eid al-Fitr.
The army has used airstrikes and street combat to try and force out the Maute group militants who took hold of the city a week ago.
The arms package the U,S. is selling could surpass more than $300 billion over a decade to help Saudi Arabia boost its defensive capabilities.
Thought experiment: What would Kendrick Lamar have to produce for someone at Fox News to say something nice about him?
Nearly half the population will not have a reliable food source by summer.
Hayley criticised Russia for escalation in Ukraine's east and said Crimea sanctions will remain.
Aid hasn't arrived, and people are blocked from leaving via designated corridors during ceasefire.
Bosnia's autonomous Serb entity is set to defy its highest court with a referendum Sunday.
Syrian army attacks rebel-held areas in Aleppo hours after ceasefire deal is announced.
At least 34 Libyan fighters killed and more than 180 wounded as forces close in on ISIS militants.
The former military pilot said Ukraine needed nothing from Russia beyond simple trade ties.
Violations of the ceasefire and casualties have skyrocketed this summer.