The Man Accused Of Attacking Three Police Officers With A Machete In Times Square On New Year's Eve Has Been Arrested On Attempted Murder Charges
According to the police, the suspect tried to attack an officer in the head with a machete and then struck two other officers before one of them shot the man in the shoulder.
Celine Dion Was Excluded From Rolling Stone's "200 Greatest Singers Of All Time" List. Her Fans Aren't Happy.
The list also excludes singers such as Andrea Bocelli, Cher, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, and others.
“His family is with him and he is receiving excellent care," Renner's representative said.
Feeling anxious or depressed about the climate crisis is normal, and experts say getting involved, joining a support group, and making more sustainable decisions can help.
The Former Police Officer Who Killed Atatiana Jefferson Has Been Sentenced To Almost 12 Years In Prison
A jury delivered the sentence after finding Aaron Dean guilty of manslaughter — but not murder — in the 2019 fatal shooting of the 28-year-old Black woman.
The verdict comes after a Los Angeles jury heard testimony from around 50 witnesses, including four women who accused Weinstein of sexual assault.
The Ohio Man Who Was Found Guilty Of Murder In The Pike County Massacre Has Been Sentenced To Life In Prison Without Parole
Last month, a jury found him guilty on 22 counts, including eight counts of aggravated murder and other charges.
The Former Police Officer Who Shot And Killed Atatiana Jefferson Has Been Found Guilty Of Manslaughter
Atatiana Jefferson was killed at her mother’s home in Texas in 2019 by police officer Aaron Dean, who was responding to a nonemergency call about an open front door.
"To say he left a legacy would be an understatement, and his positive impact will continue to be felt," his wife said.
A Former Minneapolis Police Officer Who Pressed His Knee Into George Floyd's Back Was Sentenced To Additional Prison Time
J. Alexander Kueng is already serving a three-year federal sentence after being convicted in February of violating Floyd’s civil rights for failing to intervene in his killing.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema Of Arizona Said She's No Longer A Democrat And People On Twitter Had A Lot To Say About It
“Sinema has always had an independent streak. I don’t think I’m telling you anything that’s a surprise,” Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said.
“For 65 years, the story of who would come to be known as America's unknown child has haunted this community.”
The Parents Of A Stanford Soccer Player Who Killed Herself Are Now Suing The University For Wrongful Death
"Katie's suicide was completed without planning and solely in response to the shocking and deeply distressing information she received from Stanford while alone in her room without any support or resources," the lawsuit states.
Eight members of the Rhoden family were killed in the 2016 massacre, which prosecutors said was motivated by a custody dispute.
A Judge Declared A Mistrial For Actor Danny Masterson, Who Was Accused Of Violently Raping Three Women
The mistrial comes after a Los Angeles jury could not come to a unanimous verdict on three charges of rape.
"She was the best musician anyone could have in their band and the best friend anyone could have in their life," the band said in a statement.
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Was Convicted Of Seditious Conspiracy For His Role In The Jan. 6 Attack On The Capitol
Rhodes and another Oath Keeper are the first people since 1995 to be found guilty by a jury of the Civil War-era charge of seditious conspiracy.
A Protester Holding A Rainbow Flag And Wearing A T-Shirt That Said "Save Ukraine" And "Respect For Iranian Women" Ran Onto The Field During A World Cup Match
This comes after FIFA said it would punish players who wore pride armbands to show support for the LGBTQ community.
Two Jurors In The Danny Masterson Rape Trial Tested Positive For COVID, So The Jury Has Been Told To Start Deliberations Over
Judge Olmedo told the court on Monday morning that the new panel must start the deliberations "as if the earlier deliberations had not taken place."
The 19-year-old, who killed 10 shoppers, is the first person to be prosecuted under a New York law against domestic terrorism motivated by hate.