A Black mother of 4 was shot and killed by a neighbor. Her family wants the woman who shot her arrested
A mother of four was shot and killed in Florida following a longtime feud with a neighbor who had complained about the victim’s children playing outside, authorities and a family attorney said.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launching 2024 presidential campaign
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to formally announce his bid for the nation's highest office Tuesday in New Hampshire.
PGA Tour, LIV Golf, DP World Tour announce merger
The PGA Tour, DP World Tour and the LIV Golf League have agreed to merge and move forward in a larger commercial business, the circuits announced.
LGBTQ+ Americans are under attack, Human Rights Campaign declares in state of emergency warning
The Human Rights Campaign declared a state of emergency for LGBTQ+ people in the U.S. on Tuesday and released a guidebook summarizing laws it deems discriminatory in each state, along with “know your rights” information and resources to help people relocate to states with stronger LGBTQ+ protections. Sounding...
Hypoxia being investigated as potential factor in deadly plane crash, source says
The recovery of wreckage from a private plane that crashed Sunday in Virginia, killing all four people onboard, after its pilot became unresponsive is expected to begin Tuesday.
Mom of 6-year-old who shot his teacher will plead guilty to new charges: Lawyer
Deja Taylor was accused of unlawful use of marijuana in possession of a handgun and making a false statement about her drug use during the purchase of the firearm
Cuba Gooding Jr's civil rape trial called off as actor and accuser reach settlement
Cuba Gooding Jr. and his accuser reached a settlement the same day the civil rape trial was set to begin. The victim claimed the actor sexually assaulted her in New York in 2013.
US judge blocks Florida ban on trans minor care in narrow ruling, says 'gender identity is real'
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Saying gender identity is real, a federal judge temporarily blocked portions of a new Florida law that bans transgender minors from receiving puberty blockers, ruling Tuesday that the state has no rational basis for denying patients treatment. Judge Robert Hinkle issued a preliminary injunction, saying three transgender children can continue receiving treatment. The lawsuit challenges the law Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed shortly before he announced a run for president. “The elephant in the room should be noted at the outset. Gender identity is real. The record makes this clear,” Hinkle said, adding that even a witness for the state agreed. Transgender medical treatment for minors is increasingly under attack in many states and has been subject to restrictions or outright bans. But it has been available in the United States for more than a decade and is endorsed by major medical associations.
Hollywood actors guild votes to authorize strike, as writers strike continues
Actors represented by the Hollywood union SAG-AFTRA voted Monday evening to authorize a strike if they don't agree on a new contract with major studios, streamers and production companies by June 30. The strike authorization was approved by an overwhelming margin — nearly 98% of the 65,000 members who cast...
Prince Harry tells UK court of lifelong 'press invasion'
Prince Harry on Tuesday said he had suffered lifelong "press invasion" and accused some media of having blood on their hands, as he became the first royal in more than 100 years to give evidence in court. In television interviews and his explosive memoir "Spare", released in January, Harry hit out at other royals, accusing them of colluding with the press.
Unlawful southern border entries down 70% since end of Title 42
Unlawful southern border entries have decreased 70% from record highs since end of Title 42, according to DHS.
Oath Keepers member pleads guilty to felony in Jan. 6 case
A New Jersey man pleaded guilty Tuesday to obstruction of an official proceeding in connection to the Jan. 6, 2021, attacks on the Capitol. James Breheny, 61, pleaded guilty to the felony charge due to his involvement in the Capitol breach. Court documents show Breheny — who is also known as Seamus Evers —…
Texas sheriff recommends criminal charges after migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard
A Texas county sheriff investigating September's involuntarily transportation of 49 migrants from San Antonio to Martha's Vineyard recommended on Monday that criminal charges be filed in the case.
Iran’s claims to have created hypersonic missile alarm Israel
Iran has alarmed Israel by unveiling what it claims is its first domestically made hypersonic missile. It had previously said it would be able to hit Israel within 400 seconds. The Iranian president, Ebrahim Raisi, attended the unveiling of the missile, named Fattah, or “conqueror” in Farsi. It is claimed...
Atlanta City Council approves funding for so-called ‘Cop City’ project
The Atlanta City Council approved funding Tuesday for the city’s controversial new police training center, which its opponents have dubbed “Cop City.” The city council voted 11-4 to approve $31 million in funding for the sprawling 85-acre project, as well as a lease-back agreement that would reportedly see the city of Atlanta pay $36 million over the…
New York trooper charged in deadly shooting captured on bodycam video
A New York state trooper was charged with manslaughter Monday for shooting an unarmed motorist to death after he refused to get out of his car following a high-speed chase in an incident captured on bodycam video.Trooper Anthony Nigro pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter at an arraignment in Buffalo, where the killing took place last year, and was released without bail. The charges in the death of James Huber, 38, are a rare example of a criminal case being brought against an officer by New York's attorney general, who has the authority to investigate the lethal use...
Being Gay Is Illegal in Many Countries. LGBTQ Travelers Are Going Anyway.
A romantic island getaway in the Maldives. A safari in Kenya. A visit to the pyramids in Egypt. Apart from being popular on bucket lists, these vacations have one thing in common: Their destinations have strict anti-LGBTQ legislation. In the Maldives, gay sex may be punished with lashes and up to eight years in prison. In Kenya, it can bring a sentence of up to 14 years. And in Egypt, the authorities are known to throw people in jail for simply waving a rainbow flag.
US cannot disarm people convicted of non-violent crimes -appeals court
June 6 (Reuters) - The U.S. government cannot ban people convicted of non-violent crimes from possessing guns, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday. The ruling from the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is the latest defeat for gun control laws in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year expanding gun rights nationwide.
US urged to reveal UFO evidence after claim that it has intact alien vehicles
Whistleblower former intelligence official says government posseses ‘intact and partially intact’ craft of non-human origin
Where to buy pink paint after new Barbie movie apparently causes temporary shortage
The Barbie movie's pink paint use apparently caused a global shortage, according to the set designer. But don't worry—you can still buy pink paint.
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