Actor Ryan O'Neal is dead at the age of 82. The Hollywood star passed away on Friday afternoon. His son Patrick confirmed the news, saying O'Neal "passed away peacefully" surrounded by friends and family. The actor appeared in more than 500 episodes of the 1960's primetime television soap opera "Peyton Place" and in 1970 was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for his work in the film "Love Story."        Oxford, Michigan High School shooter Ethan Crumbley will spend the rest of his life in prison. He killed four students and injured seven others on November 30th, 2021. A Michigan judge handed down the life without parole sentence Friday after hearing impact statements from witnesses and victims of the shooting.        It's another day of intense fighting along the Gaza Strip as the Israel-Hamas war rages on. Israeli forces are moving forward with their assault on the southern part of the region. This comes as the U.S. has warned Israel it must "put a premium on civilian protection" while it fights Hamas.        President Biden's son is facing federal tax charges. Special counsel David Weiss charged Hunter Biden on Thursday after a grand jury indicted him on nine counts, including three felonies. The charges include failing to file and pay taxes, tax evasion, and filing false tax returns.        The U.S. embassy in Baghdad says "two salvos of rockets" were fired at the compound early this morning. Explosions were heard near the center of Baghdad around 4 a.m. local time. There were no reported casualties in the attack. Sirens urging people to evacuate or take cover can be heard on video on social media.        Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott is now apologizing for some disturbing remarks praising the coordination of the 9-11 terrorists during a team meeting. At a news conference this week, McDermott expressed regret about comments he made to the team four years ago, where he reportedly called the 9-11 hijackers a " group of people who were able to get on the same page to orchestrate attacks to perfection."