Police say they know source of Wendy's finger
The police chief in San Jose, California, says an associate of Anna Ayala's husband had lost the finger in an industrial accident in December. He declined to say who lost the finger, but he says investigators got the information from a Wendy's hotline, and that tests confirmed it. Ayala claimed in March that she found the finger in the chili at a Wendy's restaurant in San Jose. She's jailed on grand larceny charges. Wendy's had offered 100-thousand dollars for information on the origin of the finger.
Starting today, Wendy's is giving away free Frostys in an attempt to lure back customers scared off by the finger claim. The promotion lasts through Sunday.
Trump is one step from checking off another campaign promise, an overhaul of the landmark Dodd-Frank bill that grew out of the 2008 financial collapse.Full Story >
The June 12 summit, planned for Singapore, offers a historic chance for peace on the peninsula - but also the risk of an epic diplomatic failure that would allow the North to revive and advance its nuclear weapons program.Full Story >
A New Zealand scientist is leading an international team to Loch Ness next month, where they will take samples of the murky waters and conduct DNA tests to determine what species live there.Full Story >
Ariana Grande has shared a message with her fans on the anniversary of the bombing at Manchester Arena which killed 22 people.Full Story >