Brandon Hole, 19, killed eight people and left several others injured Thursday before shooting himself at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, police said Friday at a news conference.
After swift backlash, Simon & Schuster said it would not distribute any copies of the book by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly about the raid that killed Breonna Taylor.
Jason Watts said roughly 70 people attended the meeting, few wearing masks, before several party members were diagnosed with covid-19.
The Seacor Power, a commercial liftboat carrying 19 people, capsized off the Louisiana coast in a ferocious storm.
William Amos, a 46-year-old member of Parliament from Quebec, apologized to his colleagues for an “unfortunate mistake" after appearing nude on a Zoom call.
Jeffrey Sabol, who allegedly stormed the U.S Capitol and assaulted two police officers, is being held in jail until his trial.
Biden had previously pledged that “not another foot” of border wall would be constructed, so the ruling is a breach of faith for dozens of private Texas landowners along the U.S.-Mexico border.
An Aledo, Tex., school district said it disciplined students for pretending to "Slave Trade" Black classmates on Snapchat.
Kenosha officer Rusten Sheskey returned to work on March 31 after internal and external investigations.
Two police officers who used “closed-fist strikes” while arresting a Black man in Kinston, N.C., have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation after video of the incident went viral on Monday.
On Monday, authorities identified Officer Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran, as the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, 20.
The police officer who fatally shot Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old Black man, also said he meant to shock Grant with a Taser.
A demonstrator confronted CNN’s Sara Sidner in a live interview during protests over Daunte Wright's fatal police shooting, demanding that CNN leave the scene.
Florida man Elvis Harold Reyes duped hundreds of immigrants as he led a "a life of frauds and swindles,” prosecutors said.
Guy Frank had been caught in 2000 stealing two shirts from a Saks Fifth Avenue in New Orleans.
Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, blasted Tucker Carlson on CNN on Sunday and suggested advertisers boycott the show.
Nastasia Andranie Snape, 23, drove onto the sidewalk in Boca Raton, Fla., fatally striking 75-year-old Sandra Feuerstein, a federal judge from New York, police said.
Daunte Wright, 20, was fatally shot by police during a traffic stop, his family said.
Thousands were evacuating from danger zones on the Caribbean island after the La Soufrière volcano erupted
Former Dallas police officer Bryan Riser's capital murder charges were dropped after a judge agreed there was insufficient evidence, but Dallas Police Chief Eddie García said the investigation remains open.