The Forgotten Island: Puerto Rico’s elderly remain vulnerable
Hector Cruz, the director of the emergency management office in Utuado, Puerto Rico, walks past the remains of a collapsed bridge on August 22, 2018. Cruz said his town is still recovering from Hurricane Maria damage almost a year after the storm made its way through the island. (Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/TNS)
This season, ‘Charmed,’ ‘Magnum P.I.’ are riding a nostalgia wave. Here’s why.
Jay Hernandez was about to quit acting when he landed the part of Thomas Magnum on the CBS' resurrection of "Magnum, P.I." arriving next Monday. (Karen Neal/CBS)
Hot Property: Encore in the Hollywood Hills
Actress Jennie Garth sold her updated home, which has a "Jetsons"-style hanging fireplace, in Studio City for about $4.48 million. The home has 4,100 square feet of living space, much of which is devoted to an open great room and dining area that has floor-to-ceiling windows and a wet bar. Outdoor amenities include a fire pit, multiple patios, a swimming pool and a putting green. The house sits on a roughly one-acre lot with canyon and city views. (Wayne Ford)
Cubs’ Addison Russell put on leave after ex-wife’s allegations of physical mistreatment
Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell, whose ex-wife, Melisa Reidy-Russell, has accused him of physical mistreatment in a blog post linked to her Instagram account, has been placed on “administrative leave.”
Names of victims in Maryland Rite Aid shooting released; sheriff says suspect was agitated in weeks prior
Law enforcement on Friday released the identities of the victims in the shooting at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, Md., and more information about the timeline of events that left four dead and three injured Thursday.
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