He died while in an apparent chokehold by a New York police officer in 2014. He said, 'I can't breathe.'
Federal health workers have been pulled out of Minnesota after repeated threatening and racist encounters with residents while they were conducting a random COVID-19 testing study.
Move comes 20 years after Britain become first country in Europe to ban fur farming
Bust-up over EU policy expected at four-day virtual gathering
Luxury automaker BMW has agreed to pay an $18 million fine for misreporting its car sales figures over the course of five years, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced.
“This is not something that the Australian government can just hide its head in the sand and say ‘nothing to do with us.’”
At the point when he discovered that the company's shares were up for sale, Mehta said he had to own them, 'no matter the cost'
The official public release of such candid assessments from inside a federal investigative team is extraordinarily rare.
European countries are seeing cases surge and, in some cases, the highest number of new cases since the outbreak first began.
A large majority of residents surveyed in self-governed Taiwan consider themselves to be Taiwanese rather than Chinese, an opinion poll on national identity has found. The survey conducted by a group called Taiwan Thinktank asked respondents whether they consider themselves to be...
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said U.S.
The world's nations must do all they can to understand the origins of COVID-19, Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday, comments that could worsen tensions with China.
The World Health Organization's Mike Ryan issues a grim warning that the global death toll from COVID-19 could more than double to over 2 million before vaccines are widely distributed.
“You wouldn’t want to work with a lifeguard who had never been in the water and didn’t know how to swim.”
MISSION, Kan. (AP) — It began with devastation in the New York City area, followed by a summertime crisis in the Sun Belt. Now the coronavirus outbreak is heating up fast in smaller cities in the...
Maj. Bridget Hallahan has been relieved of command of the Louisville Metro Police Department's Fifth Division two days after the Louisville Courier Journal reported that the major had insulted protesters in an August email to other officers.
Restaurants and bars in the state can now operate at full capacity. However, Gov. Ron DeSantis says local governments can keep limits in place if they're justified for health or economic reasons.
Christopher Michael Straub had a significant criminal history having been booked 28 times into jails all across California.
The owner of the dogs was not living at the residence where the dogs were being kept.
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