Man Robs Subway Sandwich Shop Before Heading Across The Street For A Potbelly Sandwich: Police

Man Robs Subway Sandwich Shop Before Heading Across The Street For A Potbelly Sandwich: Police

A Chicago man reportedly shunned a Subway twice by robbing the restaurant at knifepoint and then going across the street moments later to buy a sandwich -- at Potbelly. Police told DNAinfo Chicago that Fredrick Warren was still eating his Potbelly sandwich when police arrested him on April 26 in



Bronx man pleads guilty to pointing laser at planes

Bronx man pleads guilty to pointing laser at planes

A mentally ill Bronx man pleaded guilty Tuesday to pointing a laser at planes arriving and departing from LaGuardia Airport.

How to talk about hobbies in a job interview

How to talk about hobbies in a job interview

This question originally appeared on Quora. How do I answer if an interviewer asks me what my hobby is? Answer below by Quora user Soumadeep Mazumdar. When an interviewer asks you what your hobby is, first and foremost, don't lie; they will recognize this. Secondly, your hobby should actu

Singer and former owner Errol Brown dies aged 71

Singer and former owner Errol Brown dies aged 71

JENNY PITMAN has paid tribute to Errol Brown, the lead singer of pop group Hot Chocolate and owner of one of her former stable stars Gainsay, who has died at the age of 71.

Netanyahu forms coalition government

Netanyahu forms coalition government

With just an hour to spare before a deadline, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced late Wednesday that he has succeeded in forming a coalition government. According to Israel Radio, Netanyahu came to an agreement with the final party re...

3 in Santa Clarita accused of impersonating police via bogus 'Masonic' group

3 in Santa Clarita accused of impersonating police via bogus 'Masonic' group

SANTA CLARITA -- Two men and a woman were arrested on suspicion of impersonating police officers, the sheriff's department announced Tuesday, but detectives have not determined their motive.According to the sheriff's department, letters from the "Masonic Fraternal Police Department" were sent to chi

NFL finds it likely that Patriots deliberately deflated balls, Brady 'aware'

NFL finds it likely that Patriots deliberately deflated balls, Brady 'aware'

NEW YORK (AP) - An NFL investigation released Wednesday said that New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship and that quarterback Tom Brady was probably "at least generally aware" of the rules violations. The NFL began investigating after the Patriots defe

Baylor WBB Quartet Invited to Various USA Basketball Tryouts

Baylor WBB Quartet Invited to Various USA Basketball Tryouts

Four Baylor women's basketball players have accepted invitations to try out for various USA Basketball Women's teams, the organization announced today.JuniorsNina DavisandAlexis Joneswill attend the 2015 USA Basketball Women's Pan American Games and World University Games Team Trials while incoming

General election 2015 live: Final day of campaigning as party leaders tour Britain for votes

General election 2015 live: Final day of campaigning as party leaders tour Britain for votes

The polls open in less than 24 hours - but will Ed Miliband or David Cameron win the keys to Number 10? Follow today's updates here

Md. governor lifts state of emergency for Baltimore

Md. governor lifts state of emergency for Baltimore

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has rescinded a state of emergency for Baltimore and all National Guard and state police have been pulled out.

'Jade Helm' military exercise causing political firestorm in Texas, western states

'Jade Helm' military exercise causing political firestorm in Texas, western states

A massive military exercise planned in states across the American West has touched off a political firestorm, with several top Texas officials now questioning the military's plans – if only to calm the Internet and constituent furor surrounding it.

State Department official: Clinton email practices 'not acceptable'

State Department official: Clinton email practices 'not acceptable'

A State Department assistant secretary said Wednesday it's "not acceptable" for any agency employee to conduct government business on a private email server as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did.

Former House Speaker Jim Wright dead at 92

Former House Speaker Jim Wright dead at 92

Former U.S. House Speaker Jim Wright, the longtime Texas Democrat who became the first House speaker in history to be driven out of office in midterm, has died at age 92.

Aide to California AG, 2 others accused of running 'masonic' police force

Aide to California AG, 2 others accused of running 'masonic' police force

An aide to California Attorney General Kamala Harris has been arrested along with two others for allegedly operating an illegitimate "police department" that traces its origins to the Knights Templar.

'Is the UK still located in Europe?'

"Is the UK still located in Europe?"

'The Guardian' has sought the opinion of London correspondents for European newspapers about tomorrow's vote - some are wondering why Britain's position in Europe is so absent from the debate. Elsewhere, we look at the importance of social media in the 2015 general election as compared to previou

Gun slingers & young winners key to golf's revival

Gun slingers & young winners key to golf's revival

Participation is down but the likes of Rory McIlroy and Charley Hull can revive golf in the UK, says Iain Carter.

Prince Harry's 'Aussie bird'

Prince Harry's 'Aussie bird'

WHICH well-known WA local had a private meeting with Prince Harry during last weekend’s Perth visit?

NASA tests 10-engine electric airplane

NASA tests 10-engine electric airplane

Brooks HaysHAMPTON, Va., May 4 (UPI) -- NASA engineers have developed a ten-engine, battery-powered plane that takes off and lands like a helicopter but, once airborne, maneuvers like an airplane.

Lester Holt – The Savior of NBC News?

Lester Holt – The Savior of NBC News?

First things first - I have to confess that I am not a fan of NBC anchorman Lester Holt. I find him stiff, stuffy and corny, like some parody of a news anchorman from some time warp out of the 1960's. But he's actually bearable, compared to his son Stefan Holt, who's a morning anchorman in Chica

Melbourne Victory backing Lawrence Thomas to thwart Melbourne City in semi-final

Melbourne Victory backing Lawrence Thomas to thwart Melbourne City in semi-final

Melbourne Victory players have no nerves about playing Friday night's semi-final against Melbourne City with their reserve goalkeeper behind them.

Martin Guptill To Miss New Zealand's Tour Opener

Martin Guptill To Miss New Zealand's Tour Opener

New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill is all set to miss his side’s inaugural game of the England tour against Somerset which begins on Friday due to a side strain.

WMNlynbarton published Exeter University in top 20 when it comes to graduate employment

WMNlynbarton published Exeter University in top 20 when it comes to graduate employment

A Westcountry university has been hailed as vital to the future economic health of the region after new figures proved it was in the top 20 in terms of graduate employment or ongoing study.Exeter University was 17th in the league table, which also featured Oxford, Cambridge and was topped by Imperia

Boston Marathon bomber 'adored older brother'

Boston Marathon bomber 'adored older brother'

A former brother-in-law of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has given evidence from Kazakhstan about the role of a conservative Muslim convert who steered Tsarnaev's older brother towards a stricter version of Islam.

Single digital market 'to lead to better products and services'

Single digital market 'to lead to better products and services'

Online shopping, internet downloads and international phone calls could all soon become cheaper thanks to plans for a "single digital market".

Black Caps coach calls for longer series

Black Caps coach calls for longer series

New Zealand wants its cricket team involved in longer series than the two-Test offering being served up in England this month.

Patriots probably deflated balls: probe

The NFL has released its findings into the "Deflategate" scandal, saying New England star Tom Brady was likely to have been aware of a potential scheme.

VIDEO: Ex Gordonstoun pupil on abuse claims

A former pupil at Gordonstoun public school, who claims she was raped by a teacher, speaks to BBC Scotland as another case is investigated.

Arrest over car on 10k race course

A man is arrested after a car is driven along the course being used by runners in the Birmingham 10k race, police say.

VIDEO: China's smartphone giant: In 60 secs

Xiaomi may well be the biggest smartphone maker you've never heard of. BBC News has made this guide to the Chinese tech giant.

Six ways election views have changed in six weeks

It is the final day of the election campaign before the UK goes to the polls to vote for the next government. But how have people's views changed over the past six weeks?

Farage: I've done my best for UKIP

UKIP's Nigel Farage says he has given his "absolute best" to the election campaign - but will be "for the chop" if he fails to win South Thanet.

Sainsbury's shares fall on losses

The FTSE 100 closed higher despite shares in Sainsbury's falling 3.16% to 266.30p after reporting its first full-year loss for 10 years.

Miliband: Voters will get it right

Labour's Ed Miliband goes into the final day of campaigning saying voters have a choice between a prime minister who will put working people first - and one who favours the rich.

British man shot dead in Bahamas

Police in the Bahamas launch an island-wide manhunt after Gary Vanhoeck, a British man living in the islands, was shot dead.

Taylor denies 'England quota' claim

Former England manager Graham Taylor denies allegations he spoke about pressure to limit the number of black players he selected.

Crash trader: 'I did nothing wrong'

A UK financial trader accused of contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash" protests his innocence in court claiming he did not "do anything wrong".

Pilot 'had tried Alps crash descent'

The co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps appears to have practised a rapid descent on a previous flight, investigators say.