Tag: Crime

Officials: Deadly Pride parade crash appears unintentional

Officials say a driver unintentionally slammed into spectators at the start of a Pride parade in South Florida, killing one person and seriously injuring another...

Terrorist Attacks, Immigration Debates Push French Voters Rightward, Boosting Le Pen

L’ISLE-SUR-LA-SORGUE, France—Wedged between river tributaries in southeastern France, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue is known for its cobblestone streets and its sun-dappled outdoor market. But ahead of local elections...

Taliban Advances Test Afghan Forces’ Morale as the U.S. Leaves

KABUL—Every few hours this weekend, the Taliban released videos of triumphant insurgents inspecting yet another Afghan district headquarters that had been lost in battle by...

‘Dear Intern: it gets better.’ Monica Lewinsky joins Twitter users backing the HBO Max intern behind the ‘Integration Test Email’ fail

Dear Intern: We’ve all been there.  HBO Max subscribers received a baffling email on Thursday night with the subject line “Integration Test Email # 1,”...

Hawaii soldier pleads not guilty to murder in wife’s death

A Hawaii-based soldier is pleading not guilty in military court to first-degree premeditated murder in the January beating and stabbing death of his wife ByThe...

Biden administration cancels $500 million of student debt of scammed students

Roughly 18,000 borrowers who were scammed by their college will have their federal student loans discharged, amounting to approximately $500 million in relief, the Department...

Hong Kong Police Arrest Apple Daily Editor Under China National Security Law

HONG KONG—National security police in Hong Kong arrested the top editor of a popular pro-democracy newspaper and searched the company’s newsroom, in the most targeted...

Coroner: Black man in SC jail likely died of cardiac event

A coroner says that a mentally ill Black man who died after an encounter with deputies in a South Carolina jail earlier this year likely...

Israel-Hamas Tensions High as Gaza Militants Launch More Flaming Balloons

TEL AVIV—Palestinian militants in Gaza launched more flaming balloons into Israel on Wednesday, as a new round of violence between Israel and Hamas entered a...

Biden, Putin Meet for Tense Talks in Geneva

GENEVA—President Biden met with Russian President Vladimir Putin for a summit in which he is expected to raise a number of thorny issues, from Moscow’s...

Peru Faces Political Turmoil After Divisive Presidential Vote Is Disputed

LIMA, Peru—Nine days after a divisive presidential election, Latin America’s once-admired economic star, Peru, is grappling with political upheaval as the trailing candidate insists the...

Israeli Nationalists March in Jerusalem as Hamas Calls for Confrontation

JERUSALEM—Israeli police fired rubber bullets at Palestinians trying to disrupt a right-wing nationalist march in Jerusalem, while Hamas militants launched incendiary balloons into Israel and...

Nicaraguan President Defies U.S. in Harsh Crackdown on Opposition

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, 75, who is running for a fourth consecutive term, has launched a broad campaign of repression since early June aimed at...

Biden to Emphasize U.S. Commitment to NATO at Summit

BRUSSELS— President Biden meets with leaders of NATO allies in Brussels Monday, seeking to encourage a more concerted response to Chinese security threats and to...

Police: Car plows into protesters in Minnesota, killing 1

The Minneapolis Police Department says a woman was killed and two others were injured after being struck by a car during a protest in the...

White House walks back Biden comments on cybercriminal swap with Russia

The White House on Sunday walked back comments from President Biden that he’d be “open” to exchanging cybercriminals with Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told press...

Court upholds Houston hospital’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy — workers can refuse vaccine, but ‘will simply need to work somewhere else’

A Texas hospital system’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for employees can stand after a federal judge on Saturday dismissed a closely watched lawsuit from workers...

Evidence in Mexico serial killer’s house suggests 17 victims

Investigators digging under the house of a suspected serial killer on the outskirts of Mexico City have found 3,787 bone fragments so far ByThe Associated...

Biden to urge G-7 leaders to call out, compete with China

CARBIS BAY, England — The United States plans to push democratic allies on Saturday to publicly call out China for forced labor practices as the...

DOJ seeks internal probe on seizure of Democrats’ data

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department asked for an internal investigation Friday after revelations that former President Donald Trump‘s administration seized phone data from at least...

Is HIV Criminalization the No. 1 Barrier to Ending the Epidemic?

For many people, being told that they are HIV positive is no longer a death sentence. But for Robert Suttle, a Black gay man and...

Best password manager 2021 | CNN Underscored

CNN —   The sheer number of apps and services each of us use on a daily or weekly basis is headache-inducing when you think...

Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi Charged With Corruption

SINGAPORE—Authorities in Myanmar have charged Aung San Suu Kyi with corruption, the latest in a raft of criminal cases brought against her since the country’s...

Russian Court Strikes Blow at Alexei Navalny’s Network

MOSCOW—A Russian court declared the opposition network of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny as extremist in a move that bans the groups, the Kremlin’s most definitive...

Missouri governor: Pardon of 4-decade inmate not a priority

Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson says addressing the clemency petition for Kevin Strickland isn’t a “priority,” even though prosecutors say Strickland didn’t commit the triple...