A new Justice Department investigation revealed a series of shocking allegations of sexual misconduct by agency employees on Thursday.
These allegations include “sex parties” funded by drug cartels, outlandish and fetishistic sex while on the job, extreme acts of sexual harassment against female subordinates, and much more.
DENVER — For a limited time, a Denver hotel is offering a package with a one-night stay in a pop-up, inflatable room that rises 22 feet in the air, thanks to a scissor lift on top of the van on which it sits.
The cost: $50,000.
There is a weight limit. No smoking is allowed.
VANCOUVER — The B.C. government has announced its support for all 73 recommendations in a report aimed at overhauling the province’s liquor laws, including the sale of alcohol in grocery stores.
Attorney General Suzanne Anton says new rules will allow kids into pubs and do away with fences around beer gardens so parents can stay with their family while drinking.
Policy changes will also allow fans at sporting events to be served drinks other than beer no matter where they are seated, not just private boxes or premium seats as is currently the case at hockey games.
LONDON — Britain’s Prince Harry has thanked the army for keeping him out of trouble and has called for national service to be brought back.
In an interview published in the Sunday Times, the 30-year-old prince also revealed that he’s content being single and reflected on how the army gave him a chance to “escape the limelight.”
“Definitely, without a doubt, it does keep you out of trouble,” he said. “I dread to think where I’d be without the army.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had dinner in Barcelona with several wireless carrier executives, many of whom are clearly terrified of his $19 billion acquisition of the WhatsApp messaging service. The event was "private" and many of its guests declined to identify themselves, according to Bloomberg.
Police are interrogating dozens of Ottawa students in their pursuit of the killer who knifed 18-year-old Brandon Volpi Saturday during a downtown street melee between groups of young men partying after their high school proms.
Two thrusts of the blade, one to Volpi’s neck and another to his chest, transformed prom night into an expanding homicide investigation and an indelible scar on the Class of 2014.
We’re all just trying to understand why this happened