Crime & Justice
Myanmar's Aung Suu Kyi Stands Trial Behind Closed Doors, Critics Argue Baseless Accusations
National League of Democracy leader Aung Suu Kyi was placed under a court hearing behind closed doors, in what many are arguing is full of baseless accusations against the politician. The U.N. has also called for the reversal of the February 1 coup and for the government to be put back in control of the country.
Former US Marine Imprisoned in Russia Infected With COVID-19 Amid Lack of Proper Care
Trevor Reed, a former U.S. marine, is imprisoned in Russia where he allegedly receives improper care from authorities. The victim's parents are pleading with President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin to work out a deal and bring their son home.
North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un Threatens Work Camp for Supporters of 'Perverse' K-Pop Music
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un recently addressed what he called a "vicious cancer" plaguing his country that came from South Korea, K-Pop. The leader announced strict punishments for anyone caught showing support or listening or watching the "perverse" music of their Asian neighbor.
Mob Runs Riot Again in Washington Square Park as Curfew Officially Ended; Party Promoter Tells Residents to Leave If They Don't Like It
A riot broke out again in Washington Square Park after curfew officially ended, resulting in several attacks as a loud party was organized by a promoter who urged residents to leave if they did not like it.
Wife Hires a Gunman To Kill Husband, Pays On An Installment Plan
A woman from Pennsylvania who accused her husband of physical abuse hired a gunman to kill him and paid $100 a week in installments.
At Least 12 Dead in Destructive China Market Explosion
A Chinese market building was damaged by a massive explosion that killed at least 12 people and injured more than 130 others. Authorities believe the incident was caused by a gas pipeline that did not meet safety standards.
Millions of Tax Refunds, Stimulus Checks Delayed Amid Surge of Identity Theft Cases
The Internal Revenue Service delayed millions of tax refunds after a massive surge in identity theft cases trying to steal taxpayer money. The incident also affected stimulus check payments and could lead to months of payment delays.
Operation Ironside Leads to Arrest of Hundreds After Criminals Used Encrypted App for Illegal Acts
American and Australian governemnt forces worked together to arrest hundreds of cybercriminals allegedly involved with illegally reading encrypted messages. Officials monitored an encrypted app the criminals used to carry out "Operation Ironside."
New Audio Shows Giuliani Pressuring Ukraine To Help In Smear Campaign Against Biden
The Then-lawyer of former United States President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, is facing the reveal of an audio recording that shows him talking with foreign nationals from Ukraine about a smear campaign against Joe Biden.
Man Charged with Impersonating Trump, Thousands Ripped Off in Massive Fraud Scheme
Former United States President Donald Trump has become the target of an impersonation scheme that involved fake social media accounts of the businessman's family members and a fake political organization. The suspect used the accounts to collect donations from hundreds of victims across the country.
French President Macron Slapped in the Face, Security Arrest 2 People
During a public appearance, French President Emmanuel Macron was slapped in the face by an unidentified citizen, prompting security personnel to respond. Authorities later arrested two people in connection with the incident as other nationals expressed their support of the French leader.
Police Arrest the Suspect of Shooting Spree in Atlanta
A 22-year-old man was detained by Atlanta police for his alleged involvement in shooting at three individuals and a local father of three who was out for his morning stroll.
Chinese Birth Control Policy Could Cut Uyghur Population by Nearly a Third in 20 Years
Many countries worldwide are criticizing China for its alleged genocide of the Uyghur minority in the southern province of Xinjiang. Chinese leaders are implementing birth-control policies that could cut the minority population by up to a third in the next two decades.
10-Year-Old Boy Killed in New York Shooting Days Before His Birthday
A 10-year-old boy from New York was fatally shot after an unidentified assailant opened fire at a residence from the sidewalk. Police are investigating whether the crime was related to a previous confrontation and argument for parking space earlier that night involving the uncle of the victim who was also inside the home.
Pope Francis Expresses Pain Over Deaths of 215 Children in Canada but Stops Short of Apology, Abuse Rampant in Schools
Pope Francis expressed his pain over the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous students of church-run boarding schools in Canada. He made no reference to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's insistence.