Derrick Ingram, a Black Lives Matter protester with the group Warriors in the Garden, livestreamed on Instagram dozens of police officers trying to enter his home. Hours later, police retreated without making any arrest.
An Executive Assistant Was Charged With Killing His Tech Entrepreneur Boss And Dismembering His Body
Tyrese Haspil was arrested Friday and charged with second-degree murder in Fahim Saleh's death.
A group of First Baptist Dallas choir and orchestra members contracted COVID-19 in the lead-up to Vice President Mike Pence’s visit on Sunday. An infectious disease expert called it “appalling.”
“I don’t know why they want to stop fireworks. They don’t last that long.”
When Sandy Schnaithman lost her mom to COVID-19, she wanted to know how many other residents at her mother's assisted living facility in New York had died —there wasn't an easy answer.
They Used To Be Strangers. Now They’re Organizing Some Of The Largest Protests In America’s Biggest City.
“I don't believe a peaceful protest is possible, because a protest, by our definition, makes people uncomfortable. It disturbs people,” one organizer said, “but we are adamant about being nonviolent.”
A peaceful gathering in Manhattan ended with hundreds of police officers attacking people in the streets. Here’s how it unfolded.
“At the end of the day, my brother’s gone but the Floyd name still lives on.”
After thousands of protesters were trapped on the Manhattan Bridge by police on both sides on Tuesday night, things ended peacefully with a safe return into Brooklyn.
Peaceful Demonstrations Against Racism And Police Brutality Continued As Protesters Defied Curfew Orders
The demonstrations in Houston, New York City, and Washington, DC, were largely peaceful.
Yaron Oren-Pines, who never delivered a single ventilator to New York, took to Nextdoor in his bid to sell at least 18 million masks to California.
The Silicon Valley engineer, who had no background in medical supplies but was recommended by the White House, never delivered the ventilators.
During the coronavirus crisis, the market for masks and other medical equipment is competitive, confusing, and often corrupt.
As the coronavirus claims more and more victims, hospital chaplain Willie Cobb helps the families who are left behind.
As officials dawdle on releasing detainees, many are left without information or protection as their cellmates get sick.
As hospital stocks of protective gear dwindle, a mix of opportunists, Good Samaritans, and hustlers are in a mad dash to fill the need — for as much as $12 a mask.
Rounding up masks from garages and construction companies and test kits from research labs, a hardscrabble grassroots army has begun supplying doctors and nurses on the front lines of the war on COVID-19.
According to internal emails and a transcript of a staff meeting, at least three patients and five staff members have been diagnosed with the coronavirus. The hospital has a one-week supply of masks. Other hospitals around the country are facing similar circumstances.
After living in Hong Kong, I learned that small acts add up to large protections, and it’s the least we can do for those around us.
While Americans Worry About The AI Uprising, People In Japan Are Learning To Love Their Robots — And Be Loved Back
In Japan’s companion robots, AI and algorithms reflect back our worst fears and highest hopes — of death and for love.