Dozens of people are thought to be trapped under the rubble of buildings in the Indonesian city of Palu following an earthquake and tsunami.
Rescuers are awaiting heavy machinery to search the ruins of a hotel and a shopping centre as aftershocks made it unsafe for them to go in.
They have been getting water and food to some of those trapped, who have been screaming for help to get out.
The quake and tsunami killed at least 832 people, officials say.
The FBI has begun contacting people as part of an additional background investigation of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, including a second woman who alleges that the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her.
President Trump on Saturday called the FBI investigation “a blessing in disguise,” and said he continues to believe his Supreme Court nominee did nothing wrong.
The brewery announced its existence with its first tasting Sunday at a “Home Brew and Chill” event at All Saints Brewing Company in Hempfield, part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week. It debuted its “Dark Side of the Moon” blackberry wit, “Science for Saison” and “Saturday Morning Cartoons” peanut butter milk stout.
Track Palin, the eldest son of former former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, was arrested Friday on domestic violence charges, state troopers said.
According to the dispatch, Track Palin, an army veteran, took the acquaintance’s phone, preventing her from calling authorities. The acquaintance has not yet been identified.
Upon arrival, officials said the 29-year-old “physically resisted troopers” while he was being arrested. He is now facing charges of fourth-degree domestic violence assault, interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct, according to the online dispatch.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Steelers are now the ones making calls:
Rapoport noted that Pittsburgh’s high asking price of at least a second-round pick and a “good player” has prevented anything from getting done thus far.
The storm has been moving slowly in a northeasterly direction, affecting Aegean Sea islands as well as Greece‘s central mainland. It is expected to hit parts of northern and northeast Greece later in the day.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has said that Judge was present when she was allegedly assaulted by Kavanaugh
While the FBI will examine the allegations of Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, the bureau has not been permitted to investigate the claims of Julie Swetnick, who has accused Kavanaugh of engaging in sexual misconduct at parties while he was a student at Georgetown Preparatory School in the 1980s, those people familiar with the investigation told NBC News. A White House official confirmed that Swetnick’s claims will not be pursued as part of the reopened background investigation into Kavanaugh.
Police are seeking John Potter, 35, of Greensburg, on charges of possession and delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia following a controlled drug buy of painkillers by a confidential informant on Aug. 22 at the Sunoco station on the 300 block of West Otterman Street.
Last Man Standing returned Friday night to deliver 8 million viewers and a downright shocking 1.8 rating among adults 18-49.
That’s enough to easily rank as the top-rated show on Friday night — including beating rival ABC, which canceled Last Man Standing after six seasons last year despite the show’s pretty decent viewership. In fact, this was Fox’s most-watched comedy on any night in nearly seven years.
Pope Francis has defrocked notorious Chilean priest Fernando Karadima, making what the Vatican calls an “exceptional” decision based on his own conscience and concern for the good of the Catholic Church. Karadima has been the face of the church’s sexual abuse scandal in Chile.
The move is effective immediately. It was announced in a brief communique from the Vatican’s press office, stating that Francis had signed the decree removing Karadima from the priesthood on Thursday and that Karadima was informed of the pope’s decision on Friday.
As Christine Blasey Ford is in Washington, D.C., to testify in front of U.S. senators, people are rallying to her support on GoFundMe.The fundraising effort that’s raised the most money brought in over $320,000 from over 6,400 people as of mid-day Thursday, blowing past its original goal of $150,000. The campaign for her “immediate security and personal expenses” is “sponsored by her neighbors and colleagues,” and named the Ford family as the sole beneficiary.