The destruction of Nimrud comes a week after a video showed ISIS militants using sledgehammers to obliterate centuries-old artifacts in the Mosul Museum.
The photographs released by ISIS in its stronghold of Raqqa are dated March 2015. The first ones show a large crowd, mostly men, but also among them a handful of women and children, all looking up.
An audio recording has been released believed to feature the man identified as "Jihadi John" before he joined ISIS. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
It appears Harrison Ford is battered, laid up in a hospital, but not in mortal danger.
Bill Richard knew his son wasn't going to make it after a bomb at the Boston Marathon finish line tore him apart. But the father of three told his wife he couldn't stay by 8-year-old Martin's side. FULL STORY
As our online presence continues to evolve, we'd appreciate hearing from you and getting your feedback. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter, or simply email the studio: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We all love a good deal, so head to our "Fantastic Frugal Fridays" page to get 50% off or more on local deals. http://bmlw.incentrev.com/