Benjamin Crump to visit Cocoa, calls for Justice Department investigation into 'justifiable' shootings
High-profile civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump will join a rally in Brevard on Friday to call for Justice Department investigation
It's (almost) launch day. NASA, SpaceX to send astronauts to space station from Kennedy Space Center
Cyberattack targets VTA, unclear if personal information breached
Buses and light rail are still running, but many of the agency's computer systems have been shutdown.
Port Authority Bomber Is Sentenced to Life in Prison
Akayed Ullah, who detonated a pipe bomb in a crowded subway tunnel near Times Square in the name of ISIS in 2017, became radicalized online.
House Democrats pass D.C. statehood — launching bill into uncharted territory
Statehood supporters will target the Senate, where opposition is strong but leaders have promised a hearing.
NYC to pay $750,000 to woman who was shackled during labor
NEW YORK (AP) — A woman who says she was shackled by police for hours while in active labor has settled a lawsuit against New York City for $750,000, her lawyers announced Thursday. The woman, who filed the lawsuit anonymously, was arrested for a minor charge in 2018 when she was more than 40 weeks […]
Coronavirus daily news updates, April 22: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world