After hearing statements from some of the victims during the bail hearing, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman tersely shot down defense attorneys seeking to allow the doctor to remain free while awaiting an April sentencing hearing.
Tyre Nichols’ family and friends remembered him with songs of faith and heartfelt tributes Wednesday, blending a celebration of his life with outraged calls for police reform after the brutal beating he endured at the hands of Memphis police.
The Kremlin’s forces are expelling local residents from their homes near the Russian-held parts of the front line so that they can’t provide information about Russian troop deployments to Ukrainian artillery, an official said.
A federal judge in Wisconsin on Wednesday ruled that a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a protest in 2020 can proceed against Rittenhouse, police officers and others.
It’s an imposter scam that preys on your kindness with one simple question, “Can you do me a favor?” Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman speaks with experts at the AARP about the recent spike in this con and how you can avoid becoming a victim.
A revised curriculum for a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies downplays some components that drew criticism from conservatives including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who had threatened to ban the class in his state.
The report from the department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration says the current app store model is “harmful to consumers and developers” by inflating prices and reducing innovation.