Cousin Jamila Smith told the Baltimore Sun that Carpenter had an accident while playing with his son.
"They were running to the car when (Carpenter) slipped, fell, hit his head and slipped into a coma. It was just a freak accident," she said. "He was always healthy; he went to the doctor, ate well and worked out."
Asked about President-elect Donald Trump's frequent criticism of U.S. intelligence agencies, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says there is a difference between skepticism and disparagement.
Clapper made his comments in response to a question from Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri during a hearing Thursday before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
McCaskill asked Clapper who benefits from the president-elect "trashing" the intelligence agencies. President-elect Donald Trump has been critical of U.S. intelligence agencies and their conclusions that Russia is behind the hacking of the 2016 election.
The Democrat unveiled his plan Tuesday morning at LaGuardia Community College in Queens alongside U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont. During the senator's unsuccessful run for the Democratic presidential nomination last year, Sanders pushed for free tuition at all U.S. public colleges.
William Christopher, known for his portrayal of chaplain Father Mulcahy on the beloved TV show "M*A*S*H," has died, his agent told CNN.
Christopher passed away Saturday morning, agent Robert Malcolm said. The actor was 84.
The actor had a small carcinoma and had been diagnosed about 18 months ago, said his son, John Christopher, who added that his father was doing great until two or three weeks ago when his health started to decline.
Seven felons, including Weather Underground member, and 101 others convicted as minors get clemency from Cuomo
Gov. Cuomo wound down the year on Friday by commuting the jail sentences of seven felons, including the getaway driver in an infamous armored car robbery that left two cops and a security guard dead.
Cuomo also pardoned five others and granted conditional pardons to 101 additional offenders who were convicted of non-violent crimes as minors and have maintained clean records for at least 10 years.
A North Carolina judge is temporarily blocking a law that would have limited the power of the state's incoming governor. Democratic Governor-elect Roy Cooper defeated incumbent Republican Pat McCrory in November, in a tight race.
After the election, the Republican controlled Legislature passed two laws to limit the governor's power, in what Democrats called a "power grab." As we reported earlier this month, the law put on hold Friday would remove the State Board of Elections from the governor's control by reducing the number of members on the board from five — three of whom could be from the governor's party — to four members, evenly split between the parties.
More than 100,000 people across New England, many in Maine, woke up without power Friday after a winter storm pummeled the region with high wind and heavy snow.
The Northeast experienced strong wind and snowfall at rates up to 4 to 6 inches per hour at times, making for blizzard-like conditions overnight Thursday and Friday morning, Weather.com reported. Some areas east of Portland reported receiving more than 2 feet of snow.
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