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A Maryland police officer fired 4 times was federally indicted on charges that he used excessive force and lied about it
Ex-officer Philip Dupree is accused of violating a man's civil rights during a 2019 traffic stop and making up a justification for why he did it, feds say.
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.
A driver was asleep in an armored truck when burglars stole 22 bags of jewelry and other items worth millions of dollars from the vehicle, according to lawsuit
Brink's said authorities accounted for 51 of the 73 bags logged for the shipment, estimating the value of the 22 missing bags at $8.7 million.
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian are among celebrities accused of going over their monthly water budget as California weathers 3rd year of drought
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian and Dwayne Wade are among the biggest water users in this southern California region, according to The Los Angeles Times.
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.
The Mormon church set up a help line for child sex abuse. Many calls were funneled to the church's lawyers, who 'snuff out' reports: report
A report from the Associated Press revealed how a crisis line established by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints did little to protect victims and stop the abuse.
A Utah high school dug into a student athlete's records to check if she was transgender after she 'clearly outclassed' her opponents in a sports competition
The school looked at records dating back to kindergarten to see if the student athlete was registered as a female without the knowledge of the student or her parents.
Salman Rushdie was placed on a ventilator after he was stabbed at least twice at a lecture. He 'will likely lose one eye,' his agent said.
The prolific British writer was attacked on Friday at a lecture he was planned to give at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York.
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.
A bear believed to be intoxicated off hallucinogenic honey was rescued in Turkey. The country is now asking the public to help name the cub.
A female bear was rescued in Turkey after being found disoriented off of hallucinogenic honey.
A California man says in court documents he caught his wife trying to kill him by pouring Drano in his drinks
Jack Chen filed for divorce and a domestic-violence restraining order against his wife. She was arrested but not charged, and she denies his claims.
9 times mass shooters slipped through the cracks of their state's red flag laws
Some mass shooters with a history of mental health illness or run-ins with law enforcement have been able to purchase guns despite being in a state with red flag laws.
Judge in Alex Jones trial won't prevent Sandy Hook lawyers from handing Jones' text messages to the Jan. 6 panel
Lawyers for Sandy Hook parents said they intend to hand over the contents in Alex Jones' phone going back two years to the Jan. 6 panel.
Brittney Griner's prison sentence is 'clearly political' and she'll have to face a 'kangaroo court' in Moscow to appeal, according to Trevor Reed, a Marine veteran who was detained in Russia for nearly three years
Trevor Reed, a former US marine, was sentenced by a Russian court to nine years in prison in 2020 before he was freed this year.
A mysterious 105 feet-wide sinkhole was found in Chile. It's one of many sinkholes, manmade and natural, that opened up around the world.
Photos show a mysterious sinkhole estimated to be about 105 feet wide and 656 feet deep that emerged near a mining site in northern Chile on Saturday.
Watch the moment Alex Jones learned his attorney 'messed up' and sent Sandy Hook parents' lawyers the contents of Jones' phone going back years
Infowars founder Alex Jones previously stated he did not have messages related to Sandy Hook.
A trans woman says in a lawsuit that she was harassed, outed, and fired from Chick-fil-A. The nightmare has only just begun.
Erin Taylor told Insider that the firing has affected her identity, her housing, and her future career prospects.
Founder of LGBTQ nonprofit Casa Ruby accused by DC attorney general of improperly using 'tens of thousands of dollars' of organization's funds, including to flee US
DC Attorney General Karl A. Racine filed for a temporary restraining order on Monday to freeze the nonprofit's bank accounts to prevent founder Ruby Corado of withdrawing more funds.
2 people initially believed to be homeless were fatally shot and 2 others were injured in Vancouver on Monday. Investigators think the victims were targeted
Police said that two people were killed and two more were injured during shootings near Vancouver on Monday.
A laptop and can of butane were found inside a heated oven at the Greenwood Park Mall shooting suspect's home. Motive remains unclear, authorities say.
Three people were killed in a shooting at a mall in Greenwood, Indiana, on Sunday evening. The suspect was killed by a "good Samaritan" police said.