Colorado Governor Jared Polis commuted the sentence Thursday, calling the trucker’s original sentencing “disproportionate” to his crime.
Month: December 2021
Florida deputy forced to kill zoo’s tiger after contractor places arm inside enclosure, gets attacked: reports
A Florida sheriff’s deputy was forced to shoot and kill a tiger at a zoo in Naples after a contractor who put his arm inside the animal’s enclosure without authorization was attacked, according to reports.
Ghislaine Maxwell jury wants more testimony.
Commercial airlines around the world canceled more than 4,500 flights over the Christmas weekend, as a mounting wave of COVID-19 infections driven by the Omicron variant created greater uncertainty and misery for holiday travelers.
Winter weather across the northern US could mean hazardous holiday travel, while record-breaking springlike temperatures warm the south – CNN
Jack Frost is taking over the northern US for the holiday weekend, delivering heavy snowfall, plummeting temperatures, and a white Christmas to the Pacific Northwest. The northern cold stops short of the southern US, where balmy springlike temperatures will likely break records.
RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS BREAKING NEWS… Officer Kim Potter has been found GUILTY on ALL charges…a total miscarriage of justice…the Minneapolis PD has now been rendered impotent again Minneapolis’ criminal element.
DENVER (AP) — The man known as the “Unabomber” has been transferred to a federal prison medical facility in North Carolina after spending the past two decades in a federal Supermax prison in Colorado for a series of bombings targeting scientists.
President Joe Biden’s insisted he’d find common ground with Sen. Joe Manchin on his $2 trillion Build Back Better Act Tuesday, as the moderate Democrat talked to his caucus after pledgi…
In interviews on the Sunday morning shows, Dr. Fauci said the unvaccinated were particularly at risk.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) said in a press conference Saturday that there are zero people remain missing as a result of the tornadoes that devastated the state a week earlier.