Michael Gableman, the former Supreme Court justice who investigated voter fraud, was in court Monday representing Harry Wait, someone accused of that very crime.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Erin O’Flynn/The Daily BeastFirst, she stopped FBI special agents from even glancing at the classified documents they recovered from Mar-a-Lago. Then she appointed a special court referee that former President Donald Trump wanted to slow down the investigation over his mishandling of classified documents.But now, it’s clear District Court Judge Aileen Cannon already knew the Department of Justice was ready to hand Trump back a ton of personal records six days before she cla
- Kansas City Star
The GOP Senate candidate has a long string of exaggerations about his record.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Security camera catches terrifying moment employee finds man hiding in backroom: 'I can't imagine anything scarier than this'
A store employee shared harrowing security tape footage to TikTok after she found herself in a terrifying situation after hours at work.
A teacher in Iredell County is accused of sending a nude image and sexually explicit video of herself to a student, according to the sheriff’s office.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
After more than a dozen interruptions, Darrell Brooks Jr. was again removed to a neighboring courtroom at the start of the trial Thursday in the Waukesha Christmas Parade attack.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The men were found with several gunshot wounds, police said.
The 'Sorry 4 What' rapper broke his silence with DJ Akademiks.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A member of the far-right Proud Boys pleaded guilty on Thursday to a charge of seditious conspiracy over his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, making him the first member of the group to do so. Jeremy Bertino, 43, of Belmont, North Carolina, could potentially become a key witness against five other members of the group, including former Proud Boys Chairman Enrique Tarrio, who are due to stand trial beginning in December on charges including seditious conspiracy.
- National Review
Federal investigators believe they have gathered enough evidence to charge President Joe Biden's son Hunter "with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase," according to a bombshell new report from the Washington Post.
- Associated Press
Twitter is asking a Delaware court to proceed with an upcoming trial against Elon Musk, saying the billionaire refuses to accept the “contractual obligations” of his April agreement to buy the social media company for $44 billion. Twitter attorneys sent a letter Thursday to the Delaware Chancery Court’s head judge, not long after Musk’s legal team asked her to call off the trial while he works on a renewed bid to buy the company. Twitter disputed Musk’s claim that Twitter is refusing to accept the new bid, which Musk told the company about earlier this week after trying to terminate the deal over the summer.
A Baltimore man was recently arrested for coaxing squeegee workers into his truck and taking them to a home in West Baltimore and shooting them, according to charging documents obtained by WJZ.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Raymond Moody, 62, is charged with murder, kidnapping and first degree criminal sexual conduct.
The Houston Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify two suspects wanted in the deadly shooting of a convenience store employee on Weston. (Video: Houston Police Department)
Vancouver police have identified a man accused of violently attacking a 19-year-old Asian woman last week. Mohammed Majidpour, 35, is now wanted Canada-wide for the unprovoked assault, which occurred in downtown Vancouver at around 9:50 a.m. on Sept. 27, according to reports. The victim, who is a student, was reportedly walking near Dunsmuir and Cambie Streets when a man hit the back of her head with a pole.
- Miami Herald
The family of five’s car was shot at more than a dozen times, police said.
- The Root
A woman charged with a misdemeanor for recording Minnesota police officers holding two Black men at gunpoint settled her federal lawsuit against the city for $70,000, according to the Star Tribune. In addition to monetary compensation, the city also agreed to policy reform within the police department.
- Associated Press
A Texas death row inmate whose case redefined the role of spiritual advisers in death chambers nationwide was executed Wednesday, despite the efforts of a district attorney to stop his lethal injection. John Henry Ramirez, 38, was executed at the state penitentiary in Huntsville. In March, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with Ramirez, saying states must accommodate the wishes of death row inmates who want to have their faith leaders pray and touch them during their executions.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
A Marion Superior Court judge released a video of a 2019 fight and shooting of judges outside an Indianapolis White Castle.
- Merced Sun-Star
The family’s whereabouts remain unknown, deputies say.