Britney Spears was forced to take an abrupt intermission during her Las Vegas show when a man rushed the stage mid-performance. The stage rushing fan, however, didn't enjoy the rest of the concert. "There is no further information regarding this arrest".
School bus drivers carry a load of responsibility every day and in order to be able to do it, they have to be qualified. Drivers should not proceed until the passengers have completely loaded or unloaded and the bus is back in motion.
The Swiss currency slipped 0.2 percent against the dollar to 0.9655 franc after surging more than 1 percent the previous day. The expected inflation rate fell by 0.2 percentage points to 4.2 percent in August from 4.4 percent in July.
The electoral commission said this was "illegal and premature", and said basic mathematical errors had been made. Already, though, tensions have boiled over into violence in some of the slums of Nairobi.
There were reports of panic on London Underground this morning after a series of carriages on the Bakerloo Line filled with smoke. He added: 'We treated four patients at the scene for smoke inhalation and have taken two to hospital as a precaution'.
Conservators have been working on Antarctic artefacts from Cape Adare since May past year and have accrued nearly 1,500. The Heritage Trust believes the cake dates from his endeavor, known as the Terra Nova Expedition after the supply ship.
Sushma meets Bhutanese FM amid Doklam stand off
Beijing has accused New Delhi of violating a convention signed in 1890 between Britain and China relating to Sikkim and Tibet. India, however, supports Bhutan's claim as both countries share very strong diplomatic relations.
Scattered rain showers expected for the midstate this weekend
Thursday was another comfortable August day across central North Carolina, something we don't see too often this time of year. Thursday , NWS said radar was tracking a storm coming onshore in West Michigan that was moving east at 15 miles per hour .
Train collision in northern Egypt kills at least 31
Egypt's Health Ministry has raised to 36 the death toll from a train collision just east of the coastal city of Alexandria. It is not immediately clear had caused the crash, which saw the trains smash into each other head-on by the Suez Canal.