A two-ton NYPD SUV swerved off the street and plowed through the wall of the Judah Tabernacle, at the exact spot where churchgoers normally worship.
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Online creator Chris Chan arrested on incest charge after leaked audio alleged she had sex with her mother
Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, has been arrested on charges of incest after a leaked call spread online.
- Idaho Statesman
If only Giddings had been around to listen to the wise words of fellow Republican legislator Julie Yamamoto. │ Opinion
- WCVB - Boston
Police say there is an active death investigation-- with potentially hazardous materials-- near the Marriott Copley hotel. Emergency crews responded to a parking garage located at 110 Huntington Ave. just after 3:30 a.m. Officials say it is too early to tell if the death is considered suspicious.
- Business Insider
An unofficial Burning Man is happening in the middle of the desert without any medical services, private jets, or professionally serviced bathrooms
COVID-19 canceled Burning Man for the second year in a row. Risking injury or death, rogue "burners" are heading to the Black Rock Desert this August.
- Charlotte Observer
One woman died and another was injured in the shooting, police said.
- Associated Press
A Black man who said a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to “get a noose” at a southern Indiana lake is facing criminal charges more than a year after the confrontation that earlier led to charges against two of the alleged attackers. Vauhxx Booker, a local civil rights activist and member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, was charged with misdemeanor trespass and felony battery for his involvement in last year’s Fourth of July incident at Lake Monroe, according to court documents filed Friday by a special prosecutor in the case. Booker condemned the decision, calling it an “outrageous act of punitive retaliation and prosecutorial vindictiveness.”
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- Idaho Statesman
Elias Aurelio Cerdas, 26, graduated from police training less than a year before the shooting.
- Good Housekeeping
We're breaking down these important terms and what they each mean.
- The Root
A Coroner Said a Black Missouri Teen Committed Suicide In the Attic of a Man Known for Racist Social Media Posts. A Jury Disagreed
More than three months after a Black Missouri teenager was found dead at a party hosted by a man whose social media can best be described as “how to be a pro racist,” a Missouri jury has overruled the coroner’s initial findings and declared that the 19-year-old’s gunshot wound was not self-inflicted.
- Associated Press Videos
Landscaper Louis Vertentes is devastated and desperate after a court in the Rhode Island capital of Providence on Monday ordered his eviction following the end of the federal moratorium over the weekend. (Aug. 2)
- KTRK – Houston
As violent crime increased over the last year, 13 Investigates honed in on crime near Minute Maid Park to see how it compares to the last non-pandemic season.
- Associated Press
It was one of the most gruesome mass killings in North Dakota history; four workers at a business who gathered early one morning for “coffee club” were slain in a matter of minutes. The ghastly 2019 scene that gripped Mandan, a community of 22,000 just outside the state capital of Bismarck, is set to be rehashed this week at the trial of Chad Isaak, a Navy veteran and chiropractor whose trailer home is managed by the business police say he “targeted.” Investigators say the evidence against Isaak is overwhelming, including clothing, handgun parts, a knife and used shell casings, surveillance footage, bank records, and Facebook and phone data.
- CBS News Videos
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, commonly known as ASPCA, raises hundreds of millions each year to rescue and protect animals. A CBS News investigation looked into the charity’s spending. Jim Axelrod reports.
- Charlotte Observer
Officials say he was last seen behind a group of people who were tubing and kayaking.
- The Telegraph
It is a measure of the brutal nature of politics that scarcely a month has passed since Matt Hancock’s resignation, yet he already has the air of a figure from history. The former Health Secretary risked everything to pursue an affair with his aide Gina Coladangelo, and four weeks after it was so humiliatingly exposed, the future of his relationship with her, as well as the future of his career, appears to be up in the air. Mr Hancock has not given up hope of rescuing his ministerial career, and
- KGO – San Francisco
"So now we pretty much 100% covered where he could've been, should've been or would likely show up," Pleasanton Police Lt. Chris Niederhaus said.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyLast month, Washington Post political reporter Felicia Sonmez didn’t just sue her employer for discriminating against her as a woman and a sexual-assault survivor. She alleged that while she was prohibited from covering sexual misconduct stories, the paper’s top editors had allowed a prominent male journalist to cover similar stories, despite an allegation of misconduct.In the lawsuit, Sonmez revealed she was told about a male colleag
Nigerian students often dissect "unclaimed" bodies from mortuaries but some are victims of police violence.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Letters to the Editor: Today's anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers would not have done well during World War II
During World War II, Americans were told to sacrifice some basic freedoms for the common good. Today, people invoke patriotism to avoid masking and vaccinating.