|Kanye West's Scuffle With Photographer|
Rapper Kanye West has a new album and a new baby, but he wasn't smiling Friday afternoon when he allegedly went after a paparazzi at the airport in Los Angeles.
A video on posted on TMZ shows West telling the photographer to stop asking him questions.
When the photographer doesn't stop, West lunges at the camera. Police said they are investigating the incident.
|The Great Kate Wait: When Will Kate Middleton Give Birth to the Royal Baby?|
As the world waits for the arrival of the royal baby, journalists around the world are camped outside the hospital where Kate Middleton is expected to give birth.
On Friday, Prince William and Kate Middleton lookalikes showed up at St. Mary's Hospital in London and sent the hordes of media camped out in front of the hospital and the Internet into a false-alarm frenzy.
Bystanders and media outside the Lindo Wing of the hospital were stunned when a large black car with dark windows pulled up in front of the hospital. The driver got out and then a Prince William lookalike stepped out of the car. On the other side, the Kate Middleton lookalike ducked out with the driver/security guard close behind.
The "couple" was moved up the stairs of the hospital and a crowd quickly mobilized, rushing towards the entrance. "Kate" and "William" paused at the door, fiddled with their clothing and turned around to reveal T-shirts bearing the logo for the British newspaper The Sun and block letters that said, "No. 1 for royal baby news."
A woman died on a rollercoaster at the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park in Arlington, Texas, apparently after falling out of her seat Friday, a witness told local media.
"She goes up like this, then when it drops to come down, that's when it [the woman's restraint] released and she just tumbled," Carmen Brown told ABC News affiliate WFAA-TV, adding that she had been next in line to ride the coaster at the time.
The accident happened just after 6:30 p.m. local time, The Associated Press reported, citing police records.
The death appeared to be an accident, Arlington police told WFAA, and the probe of the incident was not a criminal investigation.
|Aurora Shooting Anniversary|
A year ago, on July 20, 2012, a massacre at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater left a dozen people dead and more than 70 injured. Shooting survivors and victims' families are marking the anniversary with rallies and memorials.
A young couple who survived the theater shooting decided to turn the date of their worst night into their best day -- their wedding day.
Eugene Han and Kirstin Davis are getting married Saturday. A year ago, Han, 21, and Davis, 22, didn't know if they would make it through the night.
The childhood friends who met in church in the fourth grade started dating three years ago. On the night of the shooting, the couple and three friends decided to go to the midnight showing of the new Batman movie.
Han was tired from a 12-hour day at his job at a medical supply company, but thought it would be fun to take Davis to her first midnight screening.
When they got to the theater, it was packed. The only place they could find five seats together was in the second row, close to the emergency exit that accused shooter James Holmes would soon enter through.
They said their wedding will be a day of celebration, but they won't forget what happened on July 20, 2012, and that will be part of the ceremony, too.
"I know for sure there will be a prayer for the families of the people that did lose someone last year," Davis said.
It's one of the most anticipated event of the year for comic book fans and geeks -- Comic-Con! Fans of all ages travel to San Diego, Calif. for four days of sessions and panels with some of the biggest stars in the entertainment world.