Newly released bodycam footage from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department shows the moment officers fatally shot Landon Eastep Thursday on an interstate.'I damn sure don’t want to hurt you' »
Following Neil Young's withdrawal from Spotify Wednesday to protest the streaming service's popular Joe Rogan Experience podcast — which has come under fire for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines — Young has been declared a “hero” by fans, peers, and even the director of the World Health Organization. Meanwhile, the backlash against Spotify continues to escalate.
Police in the Indian capital have arrested 11 people, including nine women, after the alleged brutal gang rape and torture of a young woman that included her being paraded through the streets and humiliated. The incident took place on Wednesday in East Delhi's Kasturba Nagar area as the nation celebrated Republic Day — marked by a grand military parade through Central Delhi. The victim's head was shaved, face blackened, and a garland of shoes put around her neck as she was hit and paraded through the streets in East Delhi.
From the deadly crushing of Beijing's 1989 pro-democracy protests to the suppression of Hong Kong's opposition four decades later, China's Communist Party has demonstrated a determination and ability to stay in power that is seemingly impervious to Western criticism and sanctions. As Beijing prepares to hold the Winter Olympics opening next week, China s president and party leader Xi Jinping appears firmly in control. The party has made political stability paramount and says that has been the foundation for the economic growth that has bettered lives and put the nation on a path to becoming a regional if not global power.
Police in Canada's capital have called in reinforcements as the first trucks in a convoy organized to protest the Canadian government's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for cross-border truck drivers arrive in the capital. Jan.
More than five years after a North Carolina mother and her then-1-year-old daughter vanished, they were found safe just 20 miles away from home. Amber Renaye Weber, then 21, and daughter Miracle Smith were found at a home in Bunnlevel, N.C., Tuesday, the U.S. Marshals announced. Weber and Smith were last seen on Dec. 4, 2016, in Fayetteville and reported missing several weeks later on Jan. 31.
Tomi Lahren was among several who spoke at a police training conference in Atlantic City in October. Lahren described Black Lives Matter as "thugs, felons, and criminals" and as a "terrorist organization." Fox News personality Tomi Lahren told police officers that significant numbers of police brutality cases could have been avoided "if people would just comply with police, would follow orders, and not resist arrest."
TikToker Shane Brown (@shangerdanger) cracked an egg at the bottom of the ocean, and viewers couldn't believe what happened next! Brown is a Hawaii-based diver and content creator who's amassed a following of more than 10 million users for his videos featuring various underwater adventures. Recently, Brown posted a video where he cracks an egg at the bottom of the ocean, and the results are mesmerizing.
Critics, though, recalled Conway's penchant for “alternative facts,” her downplaying of the COVID-19 pandemic, her infamous “Bowling Green massacre” comment and the many, many, many times she cynically tried to spin away the chaos that engulfed Trump's presidency.
A Texas college student working as a dog walker was permanently disfigured last month when two dogs pounced on her in a “bloodthirsty” attack, a civil lawsuit alleges. Jacqueline Claire Durand, 22, of Coppell, had just opened a home's front door on Dec. 23 to walk Lucy, a German shepherd mix breed, and Bender, a mixed-breed pit bull, according to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in Dallas County. The animals were not in kennels and rushed at Durand, violently attacking her, the lawsuit said.
But in order to encourage young people to engage with Holocaust education and remembrance online, there must be some boundaries on what type of content is and isn't appropriate to share in relation to one of humanity's darkest times. We still have not learned enough” Jan. 27 marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day in which it is important for everyone to stop and commemorate the 6 million Jewish people who were killed at the hands of the Nazi party. Understanding how and why the Holocaust occurred can, as UNESCO explains, “inform broader understandings of mass violence globally” and promote the value of human rights and ethics.
Canadian authorities believe the deaths of four Indian nationals found steps away from the Canada-US border are connected to a human smuggling scheme. Jagdish Patel, 39, Vaishailben Patel, 37, and their children Vihangi, 11, and Dharkmik, 3, died from exposure due to the frigid cold in Manitoba, Canada. Temperatures dropped to -35C (-31F) on the night the Patel family attempted to cross into the US on foot.
A nurse who was a patron inside a Houston County video poker and lottery shop last week when it was robbed by a trio of armed bandits is now accused of stealing lottery tickets from the store in the moments after its clerk was mortally wounded. Lakiesha Deshawn McGhee, 43, of Bonaire was arrested Monday on charges of theft by taking and tampering with evidence. The charges are not related to the deadly shooting and robbery in which McGhee herself was a victim.
For the first time this year, millions of Americans may qualify for a particularly generous tax break — the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) — thanks to an expansion of its eligibility requirements. "There are important changes to EITC that will help this credit reach more hard-working families this year," IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said in a statement. Historically without the expansion, 1 in 5 eligible Americans don't claim the EITC, prompting the Internal Revenue Service to hold an EITC Awareness Day each year — this year on January 28 — to make sure taxpayers don't miss out.
Walker said he wasn't "privileged" to the facts about the bipartisan infrastructure law that passed last year. "I think you've gotta be an Alabama fan," the Georgia Senate candidate and ex-football star snapped during an interview when asked about the law. Sen. Raphael Warnock, who Walker may face this November, enthusiastically supported Biden's plan.
Late Night” host Seth Meyers on Wednesday mocked faux conservative indignation over President Joe Biden's hot mic moment with Fox News' Peter Doocy. Meyers drew attention to former Donald Trump White House physician Ronny Jackson's disingenuous claim on Fox News that Biden's “stupid son of a bitch” snipe at Doocy showed he was short-tempered, irritable and lashing out — all signals of cognitive decline, he said. Jackson is now a Republican House lawmaker representing Texas.
Michael Eric Dyson, professor of African American and Diaspora studies at Vanderbilt University, appeared Wednesday on Don Lemon Tonight and addressed comments made on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast on Tuesday. Rogan's guest, psychologist and commentator Jordan Peterson, questioned Dyson's Blackness because he is fairly light-skinned. Peterson also questioned his own whiteness, trying to make the point that unless someone's skin is literally black or literally white, then that person should not be called Black or white.
Almost 30 years after providing testimony that brought the powerful Gambino crime family to its knees, notorious gangster Sammy "The Bull" Gravano said he still has his regrets. Despite a dramatic betrayal that turned Gravano against "the family" and brought down powerful Gambino boss John Gotti for good, no regret loomed as large as the ones about his real family, said Gravano. "Being a gangster, actually in my life, was a curse," Gravano said, "and it did affect my family."
“Daddy was hitting mommy with a blue stick,” the 11-year-old daughter of a woman allegedly beaten to death in Long Beach said in a forensic interview with authorities. The stick was actually a blue concrete pipe, and the events that the couple's eldest daughter shared with forensic interviewers, along with other evidence, backed up what Long Beach police suspected all along: Robert Oshinski, 37, had allegedly killed his common-law wife, Ashley A. “Angie” Barbara. After hearing the evidence, it didn't take long for Justice Court Judge Dianne Ladner to find there was enough evidence to bound the case over to a Harrison County grand jury for indictments.
More than 100,000 U.S. tourists arrive to Los Cabos at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula each month, drawn my its beaches and dramatic desert landscape. It appears they are not only a boon to the hotels and restaurants of twin towns Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, but also St. Luke's Hospital in Cabo San Lucas. Multiple complaints have been filed by U.S. citizens saying the hospital demanded tens of thousands of dollars in advance payments, threatened patients' relatives and refused to release clinical reports on what care they had actually provided.
On a Christmas vacation in Jamaica, Beth Ring and her husband tested positive for COVID-19. After spending two days in a state-run quarantine hotel, the couple chartered a $35,000 flight home. Ring told Insider she wished she had a better quarantine plan or purchased travel insurance.
A powerful coastal winter nor'easter storm is developing off the Carolina coast and expected to make a big impact on Seacoast New Hampshire and York County in southern Maine as well as across New England, according to the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine. A forecaster with NWS says there is the potential for widespread accumulating snowfall, which can add up to more than a foot of light powdery snow on Saturday in the local area, including communities in and around Portsmouth, Dover, Rochester, Hampton and Exeter in New Hampshire and Kittery, Eliot, York, South Berwick, Kennebunk and Wells in Maine.
Gov. Jim Justice has a message for singer and actress Bette Midler, who called West Virginians “poor, illiterate and strung out” in a tweet after Sen. Joe Manchin refused to support President Joe Biden's Build Back Better Act. “Babydog tells Bette Midler and all those out there: Kiss her heinie," Justice said, grinning as people applauded and some gave him a standing ovation. The crowd in the House of Delegates gallery included lawmakers, state Supreme Court justices, agency heads and members of the high school girl's basketball team Justice coaches, who were sitting in the gallery.
Jimmy Kimmel gave Donald Trump Jr. a helping hand on Thursday night. Former President Donald Trump's eldest son, according to some polls, is in the mix for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination should his father decide not to run again. “Don Jr. couldn't run a Dunkin' Donuts,” cracked Kimmel.
After applying for loan forgiveness, I was notified that payments made before 2007 do not count. Answer: “You can, seemingly, do everything right — work in public service and make your payments — and still not get forgiveness due to the red tape inherent in the system,” says Anna Helhoski, NerdWallet's student loan expert. For those unfamiliar, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program forgives the remaining balance on direct loans after 120 qualifying monthly payments have been made under a qualifying repayment plan — but even the Department of Education itself notes that this program has had flaws: “The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program is an important — but largely unmet — promise to provide debt relief to support the teachers, nurses, firefighters, and others serving their communities through hard work that is essential to our country's success,” it writes.
A Nebraska-based voting machine company told the Republican-hired attorney leading an investigation into the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin that it will not comply with subpoenas issued seeking a broad array of information. Attorneys for Election Systems & Software told former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman in a letter dated Jan. 21 that it would not comply, calling the subpoenas issued last month a “quintessential fishing expedition.” Gableman has subpoenaed the mayors of Wisconsin's five largest cities, the state's top elections official, an immigrant rights group, ES&S and Dominion Voting Systems as part of his ongoing probe ordered after President Joe Biden narrowly defeated Donald Trump in the battleground state.
“The door to using nonhuman organs has been opened — and with it, the promise of an almost unlimited supply of donor organs.”
“The practice of breeding, raising and killing pigs for our purposes is deeply problematic.”
“The place to worry about animal welfare is breakfast, not the medical use of pigs.”
“Fears about violating the barrier between humans and animals are enduring and inexorable.”
“I can’t think of any reason to oppose this approach … A rat is not a pig, is not a dog, is not a boy.”