Florida judge won't release video in NFL Robert Kraft prostitution sting
A Florida judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked prosecutors from releasing hidden camera footage that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft engaged in sexual acts inside a massage parlor, local television station WPTV reported.
A state senator said nurses ‘probably play cards’ at work. Facing mass outrage, she’s apologized.
A Washington state senator made the comment last week while debating a bill that would give nurses uninterrupted meals and breaks at work and protect them from mandatory overtime.
Trial begins over Arkansas' use of sedative in executions
A trial has begun over Arkansas' use of a sedative in executions that critics say doesn't render inmates fully unconscious, two years after the state raced to put eight inmates to death before its batch of the drug expired
2 NYPD officers suspended due to alleged slow response during horrific ax attack, report says
Two NYPD officers were reportedly suspended for allegedly not taking “appropriate action” at the gruesome scene of an ax attack where one woman was killed and another seriously injured.
Wyoming college football recruit presumed dead after vanishing while boogie boarding in California: officials
Brothers Sue Jussie Smollett’s Lawyers, Saying Actor ‘Directed’ Staged Attack
The brothers have struggled to find work since the episode involving Jussie Smollett, their lawyers say, and “deserve to have their reputations restored.”
Trump won't let anyone from the White House go to the White House Correspondents' Dinner
President Trump isn't just skipping this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner; he's making sure the entire administration does the same. No one from the Trump administration will be going to the yearly gathering of journalists on Saturday, as Trump has personally ordered an administration-wide boycott, Politico reports . The president had previously said he would not personally be going to...
Jared Kushner thinks Mueller had a 'harsher effect on our democracy' than Russian election interference