A Texas teen who alleged three African-American men abducted and raped her in early March admitted it was all a hoax on Tuesday.
According to the Dallas News, Breana Harmon Talbott (above) was arrested on Wednesday for making a false report to police. The Denison Police Department called her story "unfounded" in a news release on Facebook.
Three ABC NewsTwitter accounts (ABC News, Good Morning America, and GMA's GMA Pop News) were hacked early on Thursday morning by someone ranting about Donald Trump, fake news, Tyler The Creator, and other expletive-laden things.
The network quickly deleted the tweets and regained control of their accounts, but not before the people of the Internet were able to snag some screen shots.
After getting wind of the alarming video, cops began a search for the teen, who was ultimately found crying on a neighbor's porch on Tuesday. She was released to her mother after receiving treatment at a nearby hospital.
No arrests have been made yet, but CPD Spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted an update on the scary situation:
UPDATE 7:12 P.M. EST: Unfortunately, police are now reporting a fifth person has died as a result of their wounds.
Authorities have also now officially released the name of the hero policeman who died protecting Parliament: Keith Palmer, a husband and father who'd been an officer for 15 years.
PM May thanked the "exceptional men and women" of the police force; she added:
"The location of this attack was no accident. The terrorist chose to strike at the heart of our capital city where people of all nationalities, religions and cultures come together to celebrate the values of liberty, democracy and freedom of speech."
The number of injured has also risen; police now say over 40 in all.
Four are confirmed dead after a man drove a large vehicle into pedestrian traffic on Westminster Bridge in London. Two were killed by the vehicle; at least 20 others were injured, including three young students who were visiting from France.
After crashing into the railing, the driver, armed with a knife, abandoned the vehicle and tried to get into Westminster Abbey — where the U.K. Parliament convenes.
President Donald Trump has turned his petty sights on finding a Supreme court nominee with bipartisan support a 17-year-old with a cat parody website.
According to Lucy, the teen behind Kittenfeed.com, Drumpf's legal team has sent her a cease and desist letter because she operates a website that allows users to scratch at four images of Drumpf's face with cat paws.
Her site was originally called Trumpscratch.com, until she received the cease and desist letter on March 1 telling her that she was infringing upon the "internationally known and famous" Trump trademark. Famous, so famous, tremendously famous.
Lucy changed the site name, but still heard from the lawyers because