Crime & Justice
George Floyd's Death Anniversary: Family Meets With Joe Biden, Kamala Harris as Congress Considers Police Bill
President Joe Biden repeated his pledge to George Floyd's family in a private meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
Ghislaine Maxwell Demands Government to Drop Names of Alleged Victims in Sex Trafficking Case
Ghislaine Maxwell is pleading with the government to give the names of the alleged victims in her sex traficking indictment to sort out details in preparation for her trial.
New York Hires 200 Private Guards as City Grapples With Spike in Violence, Subway Crime
New York City's subway will spend $2.2 million per month on 200 unarmed private security guards following an increase in crime during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgia Dad Convicted of Intentionally Leaving One-Year-Old Son in Hot Car in 2016 Denied New Trial
A dad from Georgia convicted in 2016 of purposely leaving his son in a hot car that caused his death was denied a new trial.
Italy Cable Car Accident Deaths Rise to 14 People, Car Plunged Into the Wooded Area
Authorities say the number of people killed in the Italy cable car accident near Lake Maggiore on Sunday has risen to 14.
New Jersey Mass House Party Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, 12 Injured, Police Still Looking for Suspect
Two people were killed, and at least a dozen others got injured at a New Jersey mass house party shooting late on Saturday night.
Amazon Shuts Down Connecticut Construction Site After 7 Nooses Found in Past Month
Amazon Connecticut construction site has halted operations after the discovery of a 7th noose-like rope on Wednesday.
Army Trainee Who Hijacks Bus Full of Children Attempted to Escape Jail Twice
A former Army trainee attempted to escape jail twice after baign arrested for hijacking a school bus full of children, authorities claim.
Ronald Greene Bodycam Video, Autopsy: How 3 Troopers Beat Him, Fueling Concerns for George Floyd-Like Incident
The Ronald Greene Bodycam Video shows how he died. It showed Louisiana troopers engaging with the black man after a high-speed chase.
107-Year-Old Tulsa Massacre Survivor Testifies, Incident Believed To Have Caused the Deaths of 300 Blacks
One hundred seventeen-year-old Viola Fletcher was seven years old when she served as a witness to one of the most heinous acts of racial violence the United States has seen. Historians now believe there were as many as 300 people fatalities.
Passenger Seen Snorting White Substance, Acting Erratically on Plane Forces JetBlue Landing
A male passenger seen snorting a white substance on a JetBlue flight causes it to fly back when the male threatened others on the flight.
India Falls Into the Hands of Scammers Amid Deadly COVID-19 Surge
As India suffers the devastating impact of the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, scammers take advantage of the unprecedented time to sell fake products.
A Routine Search Warrant Execution in Alabama Ends With Suspect Dead, Officers Injured
Four officers were shot in Birmingham, Alabama while trying to execute a search warrant. The unidentified suspect was killed when the police officers returned fire.
Ceasefire, Greater US Effort Pleas Mount as Israel Launches New Heavy Airstrikes in Gaza
Calls to end Israel-Gaza fight mounts as new attacks, carrying the deadliest single attack in civilian areas, continue.
NYC Subway Slashing: Suspects in Custody After 4 People Hurt in Recent Separate Incidents
Four people were assaulted within an hour in isolated incidents in the NYC Subway on Friday. The New York Police Department (NYPD) declared the arrests of four men they believed to be accountable.