The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask mandate Wednesday, stripping the governor of one of his l…
Month: March 2021
MMA fighter who watched George Floyd’s death gives emotional testimony at Chauvin trial: ‘I witnessed a murder’
The second day of Derek Chauvin’s trial began with emotional testimony from Donald Williams, a student of martial arts, who said he called 911 after pleading with the Minneapolis officer to take his knee off George Floyd’s neck.
FBI arrests Lake of the Ozarks man for his involvement in the Capitol Hill riots
Matthew Eugene Loganbill, 55, face charges of obstruction of congressional proceeding, unlawful entry and violent entry or disorderly conduct.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Biden owes apology to Border Patrol for migrant surge
President Biden owes an apology to Border Patrol agents and their families for the recent surge in migrants at the Mexican border, Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday. Appearing on “Fox News Sund…
Police identify 2 victims fatally shot; 3 charged in connection with Virginia Beach Oceanfront shootings
Police have identified the two people fatally shot as well as three people arrested in connection with the incident at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Friday night.
Gun used in Boulder mass shooting was bought legally, police chief says
The weapon Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa is accused of using in the Boulder shooting was purchased legally, the city’s police chief said.
Death toll from Texas winter storm grows to more than 100
Former Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey deserves a share of the blame for the University of Southern California sex-abuse scandal for not bringing charges against any university officials, an accuser of a former USC gynecologist claims.
Key takeaways from Biden’s first White House news conference
Convening his first formal news conference Thursday, President Joe Biden stepped into a swirl of issues that have bubbled up at the two-month mark of his presidency, which has been almost exclusively focused until now on confronting the coronavirus pandemic.
Why this moment for gun politics is different
The response to recent mass shootings will serve as a measure of how much Democrats can achieve when they occupy the commanding heights.
The first officer who responded to a mass shooting in Boulder was killed. He leaves behind seven children
Officer Eric Talley was the first officer to report to the scene of a mass shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday — and it’s where the father of seven died after actions that were described as “heroic” by officials.