News 2022-08-25T00:27:26Z

Uvalde school police chief fired 3 months after heavily criticized response to Robb Elementary School shooting

The decision by the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Board came three months after 21 were shot and killed at Robb Elementary School.
News 2022-08-23T15:59:40Z

2 men found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer after their first trial ended in partial mistrial

A jury found Barry Croft and Adam Fox guilty on counts of conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer and conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.
Royals 2022-08-23T14:14:42Z

William and Kate are moving from London to Windsor so the royal family's children can start at a new school in September

The royal family's permanent residence and office will remain at Kensington Palace as they settle their kids into school outside of Windsor.
News 2022-08-22T19:27:24Z

One person dead and 2 people injured in Atlanta shooting. Suspect is in custody, police say.

Local residents were told to avoid midtown areas by Atlanta Police Department earlier on Monday.
Celebrity 2022-08-22T17:51:51Z

Fetty Wap faces at least a 5 year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a federal drug crime

Fetty Wap — whose real name is William Junior Maxwell II — was arrested at Citi Field in October on federal drug charges.
News 2022-08-22T14:30:55Z

A 29-year-old Zion hiker is still missing 3 days after she was swept away by a flash flood. Her brother says she can't swim.

Jetal Agnihotri of Tuscon, Arizona, was reported missing on Friday after she never returned from a trip through Zion Canyon's popular Narrows.
Sports 2022-08-18T16:22:34Z

NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson's suspension increased from 6 games to 11 — and now he also has to pay a $5 million fine to charity, report says

Watson was previously facing a suspension of 6 games until the NFL and NFLPA came to a new agreement Thursday.
Celebrity 2022-08-17T20:38:59Z

Angelina Jolie told FBI officials that Brad Pitt 'grabbed her by the head' in a 2016 altercation aboard a private jet before their split, according to reports

Jolie alleged Pitt "pushed her into the bathroom wall," the FBI report stated, according to Rolling Stone. No charges were filed.
Celebrity 2022-08-17T16:28:21Z

John Stamos accidentally wore Bob Saget's shirt to 'Full House' costar Jodie Sweetin's wedding: 'Bob was there in his weird little way'

"It was this black button-up that Bob would always wear," Sweetin told E! News. "Bob always had a black button-up on."
News 2022-08-16T19:30:42Z

Police used a NJ baby's mandatory blood sample to pursue a criminal case. Public defenders and a newspaper are now teaming up to sue over privacy concerns.

Public defenders and the New Jersey Monitor are looking to uncover how often state agencies use blood samples to aid in investigations.
News 2022-08-15T14:48:35Z

Russia makes confusing link between Brittney Griner's conviction and the raid on Mar-a-Lago, saying Biden can't criticize one if he won't comment on the other

The comparison was made by a spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry as lawyers for Brittney Griner appealed her prison sentence.
Politics 2022-08-14T16:23:20Z

White House says Biden was not briefed on Mar-A-Lago FBI raid: 'We do not interfere'

"We have learned about all of this the same way the American people have learned about this, through public reports," press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Sunday.
Politics 2022-08-14T15:07:45Z

GOP Rep. Mike Turner says 'Donald Trump is not above the law'

"Donald Trump is not above the law, and Attorney General Garland is not above the law either," Turner said Sunday.
News 2022-08-12T21:52:53Z

Famed author Salman Rushdie attacked on stage moments before giving a lecture in New York

Rushdie was attacked on stage at the Chautauqua Institution as he was being introduced as a speaker for a lecture, a witness told Insider.
News 2022-08-12T17:42:44Z

Salman Rushdie was 'pounded' during stabbing attack in New York, witness says

The attacker who jumped onto the stage "was pounding" Rushdie as he sat on a chair, causing him to fall to the floor, a witness told Insider.
News 2022-08-12T17:14:47Z

Video shows security and others rushing to Salman Rushdie's side moments after he was stabbed

New York State Police said Rushdie was stabbed in the neck after a man rushed on stage and attacked him.
Health 2022-08-12T14:58:51Z

Polio may be spreading in NYC, officials say after finding traces in the sewage. Here's what you need to know, from symptoms to risk of infection.

One in four people who get polio experience flu-like symptoms. The CDC said the virus could cause paralysis in one out of 200 infected people.
News 2022-08-11T16:37:29Z

An armed man tried to force his way into an FBI office in Cincinnati, then 'traded shots' with cops, law-enforcement officials said

The armed man tried to get past security at an FBI Cincinnati office around 9 a.m. on Thursday, the agency said.
Sports 2022-08-09T15:11:05Z

Serena Williams announces she's retiring from tennis, saying that as a woman, she must choose between 'tennis and a family'

Serena Williams will still play in this year's US Open before stepping away from competition, she wrote in Vogue announcing her retirement.
Sports 2022-08-09T14:02:44Z

Serena Williams says Tiger Woods convinced her to give Wimbledon and the US Open one more shot

Serena Williams officially announced she is retiring from tennis on Tuesday after competing in the US Open in order to focus on growing her family.
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