Affichage des articles du octobre, 2021

Hospitalized gay man says he was targeted


$10K reward offered for info in fatal ATM shooting


First Afghan evacuess to resettle in RI arrive


Gym sued for $3M after trainer arrested


Taco truck broken into three times


Woman walked away from group home


Police helicopter hopes to discourage Halloween crime


Special needs kids get trick-or-treat escort


Juvenile killed while on hay ride


3,000 winter coats given to those in need


Shelter worker says rescued dog rescued her


Small plane crashed near golf course


Vigil held for 8-yr-old boy killed a year ago


Why investors should pay attention to COP26 climate talks

Image As world leaders gather in Glasgow for the COP26 climate summit on Sunday, there are plenty of reasons for companies and investors to watch closely.

Inside the fight over the future of the oil industry

Image The people who made their fortunes in the oil capital of Europe need a new plan.

Warren Buffett's billionaire partner bankrolls windowless dorm. An architect quit

Image Billionaire Charlie Munger is bankrolling the design of a massive dormitory at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The $1.5 billion project comes with a major catch — 94% of the dorm's single occupancy rooms have no windows.

Eyes on Roberts, Kavanaugh and Barrett as SCOTUS considers Texas' abortion ban

Image Since the challenge to a Texas abortion ban first reached the Supreme Court two months ago, the justices have conferred only in private over the law that flouts nearly a half century of abortion-rights rulings.

Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse trial is viewed as tough jurist

Image The judge in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, who fatally shot two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, made headlines last week by reiterating his longstanding rule of not allowing prosecutors to refer to people as "victims" before juries in his courtroom.

A woman died trying to swim across the US-Mexican border with a group of migrants, officials say

Image A woman was pronounced dead early Saturday morning while trying to swim across the US-Mexican border with a group of migrants, federal officials said.

Disappointing economic growth proves Covid remains the biggest problem for Joe Biden

Image White House officials so expected a disappointing third-quarter growth report this week that they didn't even issue a statement when Commerce Department figures showed just 2%.

Trump lawyer said 'courage and the spine' would help Pence send election to the House in comments before January 6

Image John Eastman, a conservative lawyer working with then-President Donald Trump's legal team, said in a radio interview in early January that then-Vice President Mike Pence had the power to throw the 2020 presidential election to the House of Representatives, saying it depended on whether Pence had "courage and the spine." Those comments are more direct than how Eastman has recently described his conversation with Pence, when he has said he told the vice president it was an "open question" whether he could throw out seven states' Electoral College votes and that it'd be a "foolish" option to pursue.

Northern Virginia police increase presence at malls and transit hubs after warnings of possible terror plot

Image Authorities in northern Virginia announced an increased police presence Friday amid warnings about a possible terror plot.

What to expect if Roe v. Wade is reversed

Image A Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade could bring abortion bans to as many as half the states in the country already poised to prohibit the procedure. Such a move would also have knock-on effects on the primarily blue states that would maintain access to abortion.

Pramila Jayapal is one of the most powerful leaders on Capitol Hill right now

Image Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal has risen quickly in the ranks of Washington to become a powerful progressive leader on Capitol Hill since first winning her House seat in 2016.

Atlanta news anchor Jovita Moore dies months after brain cancer diagnosis

Image Longtime TV news anchor Jovita Moore died Thursday night at 53 after a months-long battle with cancer, WSB announced Friday morning.

Gunshots rang out as St. Louis mayor was discussing gun violence prevention. She didn't flinch

Image Gunshots rang out Friday as St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones was discussing gun violence prevention during a news conference -- and she did not flinch.

Analysis: Another one of the 'Trump 10' heads for the exits


Jill Biden surrounded by her family's deep roots in Italy

Image • Analysis: What the polls agree on about Biden's approval rating • Here's a recap of Biden's overseas trip so far

100-yo ship will be preserved


Man is thankful for support after roof destroyed


Art Basel returns with 254 galleries


Bride surprises groom w/ special wedding dress


Former NYPD cop sentenced in murder-for-hire plot


PD: Man spat, yelled racial slurs over mask


"I was a bit overwhelming.' 90-yo gets over 100 cards for birthday


Bus driver brightens up school buses with


"Road rage incident" led to fatal shooting


$48 Million In meth seized at bridge


Gender identity assignment creates controversy


Citigroup to US staff: Get vaccinated, or you're fired

Image Citigroup told staff Thursday that US-based employees will be required to get fully vaccinated if they want to stay employed.

American woman who assisted Bali 'suitcase' murder released from jail

Image An American woman jailed in 2015 with her boyfriend for murdering her mother and stuffing the remains in a suitcase on the Indonesian island of Bali was released from prison on Friday after serving a chunk of her 10-year sentence.

Remains found in California desert identified as those of missing Lauren Cho

Image Remains found in a San Bernardino County desert earlier this month belong to Lauren Cho, who went missing in June, authorities said in a news release.

Complaint alleging a sex crime has been filed against former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Image A criminal complaint alleging forcible touching, a sex crime, has been filed against former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Albany, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by CNN.

Analysis: Why the WSJ never should have published Trump's letter

Image • Opinion: Trump's ridiculous falsehood-filled letter to the Wall Street Journal" • Judge slams 'schizophrenic' DOJ approach to Jan. 6 cases

Amazon slaps a $9.95 fee on Whole Foods deliveries. And Walmart pounces

Image Whole Foods shoppers may have received a shock this week if they noticed a new $9.95 delivery fee on orders placed through Amazon Prime.

Barbara Corcoran: Home buyers can't afford to wait

Image Waiting for the wild housing market to calm down before buying a place?

NASA's Juno spacecraft flew over Jupiter's Great Red Spot twice. This is what it found out

Image Scientists revealed the latest discoveries on Jupiter, including surprising findings about the planet's Great Red Spot and the cyclonic storms swirling at the poles, in a NASA press conference on Thursday.

Human remains, car could be tied to 1998 case


Woman who stormed US Capitol was 'played by Laura Ingraham' to downplay Jan. 6 attack in Fox News interview, lawyer says

Image A January 6 rioter who downplayed the insurrection in a Fox News interview one day after she was sentenced to probation for storming the Capitol was "played by Laura Ingraham" and manipulated into whitewashing the attack, her lawyer said Thursday.

'Dehumanizing' and 'racist.' Native leaders decry Braves' 'Tomahawk chop' ahead of World Series game in Atlanta

Image Native groups and advocates are demanding that the Atlanta Braves eliminate the "Tomahawk chop" symbol and gesture from its branding and game day traditions, saying the team is perpetuating racist stereotypes as the Braves take the national stage in the World Series.