Fired Uvalde police chief says he's been targeted by victims' grieving families because there's no one left to blame
His lawyer wrote that, with the shooter dead, the victims' families had been taking out their anger on Uvalde police chief Pete Arredondo.
Canada cuts funding for an anti-racism initiative over its top consultant's 'vile' antisemitic tweets
The anti-racism consultant tweeted derogatory comments about a variety of people, including a First Nations representative and Queen Elizabeth II.
The South Sudanese ambassador to the UN was arrested on suspicion of rape but was set free after police realized he had diplomatic immunity.
Dogs reuniting with their owners after five to seven hours of separation produced larger tear volumes than if they were alone, the study said.
Central China has been hit by a two-month heatwave that's now snowballing into a power and economic crisis.
State police said the 27-year-old man, who faces charges of resisting arrest and refusal to submit, was treated at a hospital and later jailed.
Japan is holding an open competition to figure out how to get people to buy more alcohol. Residents are not happy about it.
Three Japanese residents told Insider they felt getting people to drink more would lead to long-term problems in society.
A Chinese city is getting roasted online for demanding that fishermen bring fish and crabs in for COVID-19 swabs
Videos show the fishermen presenting their catch for a "human and goods" swab test at Jimei district in Xiamen city.
The US government urged iPhone, iPad, and Mac users to download an emergency security fix as soon as possible.
Videos show the flooded streets of central Paris as heavy storms pummel the city after months of drought
Some metro stations received nearly one month's worth of rain within one hour, reported a French weather account run by volunteers.
Freya the boat-bending celebrity walrus may have to be put down if crowds keep approaching her, Norwegian authorities say
Authorities say they suspect Freya is becoming "stressed" as onlookers ignore warnings to stay away from the 1,300-pound mammal.
Students at a UK college are protesting over a proposed statue on campus that could be interpreted as a man with a 10-foot phallus
The statue, titled "Alert," is meant to resemble a person squatting but students say people could interpret it as a man with a giant penis.
Bodycam footage shows events surrounding a 28-year-old Georgia woman's fatal fall out of a police cruiser
One of the doors of the police car wasn't closed as officers drove off, investigators said on Wednesday.
Artist behind Spanish body positivity ad apologizes for using photos of British cancer survivor and 2 models without their permission
The poster was also accused of editing out one model's prosthetic leg and superimposing the cancer survivor's face on another person's body.
A Black family has filed a $25 million lawsuit against Sesame Place, saying their daughter was ignored by the theme park's performers because of her race
The family said they entered into a contract with Sesame Place by buying tickets to the venue and that the contract was broken based on their race.
An Italian priest is under investigation for conducting Mass in swim trunks and using an inflatable mattress as an altar
Footage shows swimsuit-clad teenagers wading in shallow water in front of the shirtless priest as he conducted the service.
A man fell to his death and a 10-year-old boy slipped from his safety harness while crossing China's famous bridge obstacle courses, igniting an uproar over safety concerns
Online footage shows staff members trying to hoist the unconscious man back onto the bridge, but then losing their grip as he plummeted to his death.
Pope Francis begged for forgiveness over the 'catastrophic' abuse inflicted upon Indigenous children by Canada's Church-run residential schools
"I humbly beg forgiveness for the evil committed by so many Christians against the Indigenous peoples," said Francis while visiting Maskwacis, Canada.
Videos and photos show a massive sandstorm chasing motorists and darkening the sky in northwestern China
One video shows multiple vehicles trying to outrun an oncoming wall of sand in China's Qinghai province.
At least 13% of the accounts involved in the controversial push for the release of the 'Snyder Cut' were fake: report
The activity suggests that while many SnyderVerse stans were real people, the fandom may have been manipulated, Rolling Stone reported.