Crime & Justice
Judge Postpones Trial of 3 Minneapolis Officers Involved in George Floyd Case Until March 2022
A judge postponed the trial of three Minneapolis officers involved in George Floyd's case after one of the lawyers said the prosecutors coerced the medical examiner who did the victim's autopsy.
NY Governor Cuomo Sorry Not Sorry, Says Making Someone 'Feel Uncomfortable' Is Not Harassment
A defensive New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has seemingly taken back an apology he announced a few months back as he continues to deny sexual harassment allegations and misconduct.
Kim Jong Un's Ex-Bodyguard Accused of Molesting, Killing Female Student
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's former bodyguard allegedly sexually assaulted and killed a female student in late March, reports claim.
Australia Detention Center Discovers 20-Meter Escape Tunnel; Immigration Detainees Fail With Plot
The Australian detention center discovered an escape tunnel under the detainees' room, prompting the relocation of prisoners.
Colorado Springs Shooting Motive: Suspect Upset at Not Being Invited to the Party
The suspect of the recent Colorado Springs shooting, who fatally shot six people at a birthday party, was reportedly upset at not being invited to the event.
Atlanta Spa Shootings Suspect Gets Arraigned for Hate Crime Charges, Possibly Gets Death Penalty
Grand juries have indicted the alleged gunman of the Atlanta spa shootings in Fulton and Cherokee counties. Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis filed notice that she is seeking the death penalty.
Georgia Boy, 11, Jumps from School Bus; Father Claims Son Tries to Escape Beating of Bullies
The father of the Georgia boy who jumped from a school bus claims his son was attempting to flee of bullying.
Afghan Taliban Announces 3-Day Ceasefire For Eid Holiday After Bombing that Killed 68 People
The Afghan Taliban declared a three-day ceasefire for this week's Eid al-Fitr holiday following a bombing that killed 68 people, mostly girls.
Colorado Birthday Party Shooting Kills 7, Suspect Allegedly Shoots Self
A shooting at a birthday party in Colorado Springs leaves seven people dead, including the gunman. The gunman was the boyfriend of one of the victims.
Sixth Grade Girl Shoots 3 at Idaho Middle School, Police Baffled Where Gun Came From
A female middle school student on Thursday brought and used a gun in Rigby, Idaho, according to officials. A teacher disarmed the student.
2-Year-Old Dies and 3 Others After Small Plane Crashes Into Their Mississippi Home
A 2-year-old dies after a small plane crashes into their Mississippi home on the way to a graduation ceremony.
2 Pennsylvania Women Face Election Fraud Charges After Attempting to Vote in Place of Deceased Mothers
In Pennsylvania, two women face election fraud charges after trying to cast votes through their deceased mothers during the November 2020 election.
Derek Chauvin Lawyer Wants New Trial, Says Cop Not Given Fair Trial in George Floyd Death
Eric Nelson, Derek Chauvin's lawyer, has filed a motion asking for his client to be tried anew as he claimed that the former cop was deprived of a fair trial in George Floyd's death.
Wisconsin Casino Shooter Who Killed Two Employees Was a Fired Staff, Cops Claim
The man behind the Wisconsin casino shooting that killed two people and severely injured another was allegedly a former employee, who was fired.
Ghislaine Maxwell's Brother Demands Video Footage From Jail, Seeks Answer for Alleged Treatment
Is Ghislaine Maxwell being abused inside the prison? A federal judge has asked for clarification from New York City jail guards.