Sony Pictures have bowed to the terrorist’s demands.
Cops have been to the home of San Francisco 49ers star Ray McDonald’s home in San Jose to investigate rape allegations.
Rapper Bobby Schmurda has been arrested at Quad Studios, close to Times Square, in New York City on weapons charges.
Ernie Terrell, the boxer who called Muhammad Ali “Cassius Clay,” prior to a fight, has died in Chicago at the age of 75.
Alan Gross has been freed from a Cuban jail after five years in captivity. He was released and returned to the US on December 17.
Lauren Greene alleges that Tea Party congressman Blake Farenthold had “wet dreams” about her and regularly “drank to excess” in a shocking new lawsuit.
It turns out Witness 40 in Darren Wilson’s Grand Jury hearing was Sandra McElroy, a woman with a history of making racist remarks and lying to police.
Bradley Stone, the suspect who killed six family members in Pennsylvania, has been found dead in the woods near his home.
On December 16, Google decided to honor one the world’s most renowned abstract artists, Wassily Kandinsky.
Man Haron Monis, a suspected sexual predator, has been named as the man who took hostages in Sydney in December 2014.
Christopher Sena is charged with running one of the most gruesome child-sex rings in recent memory.
Aeman Lovel Presley has been arrested and named as a possible serial killer in Georgia. Presley, 34, is the prime suspect in the murders of two homeless men and hairdresser Karen Pearce in November and December in the Atlanta-area.
Three students were shot just outside of their alternative high school in Portland, Oregon. The gunmen fled the scene prompting panic on a Friday afternoon.
In a shocking new essay in Vanity Fair, supermodel Beverly Johnson says that Bill Cosby gave her a coffee laced with drugs and tried to take advantage of her.
A man on the run with his four children after allegedly murdering his wife was captured today after a dramatic highway standoff broadcast on live TV.