Chicago officer accidentally fires his handgun, wounding two other officers
An officer accidentally fired his handgun during a struggle while police were making arrests in suburban Chicago, wounding two other officers, authorities said.
California officials blasted for 'appalling' COVID rules: 'They either don't have children or are sadists'
Unvaccinated Oregon workers who had covid-19 argued they don’t need a vaccine. A judge denied their request.
The judge wrote, “Whatever hardships Plaintiffs face in choosing between accepting vaccination or leaving their employment are substantially outweighed by the interests and needs of the State of Oregon and her people.”
Colorado theme park was warned about ride’s seat belt problems years before 6-year-old’s death, lawsuit says
A couple died of covid, leaving five children behind. A relative says people called their deaths ‘fake news.’
5 Veterans Quit Sinema's Advisory Council
The furious members accused the Arizona Democrat of “answering to big donors rather than your own people,” in the latest sign of the political pressure she faces.
Woman sought in slayings of 4 people in central Michigan
Two people have been shot to death and the bodies of two others were found on a property in central Michigan
Ex-Minneapolis officer who had murder conviction overturned gets 57 months for manslaughter in 2017 death of 911 caller
Ransomware gang with ties to Colonial Pipeline hack reportedly recruiting talent under guise of real tech company
Biden, Democrats exploring new tax options after Sinema reportedly blocks rate hikes on corporations, the wealthy
R. Kelly was on suicide watch after conviction in New York, lawyer says as trial date set in Chicago case
Climate change could mean fewer and smaller pumpkins. Researchers are on quest for a hybrid pumpkin.