The Officer Who Was Hailed As A Hero For Defending The Capitol On Jan. 6 Has Spoken Out For The First Time
The officer described what it was like being chased by an angry mob in the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Theater buffs mourned the loss of the legendary songwriter behind influential musicals like West Side Story and Sweeney Todd.
A New Coronavirus "Variant Of Concern" Has Prompted The US And Other Countries To Impose Travel Restrictions
Experts cautioned there is still limited research on the new, potentially more transmissible COVID-19 variant that was first reported in South Africa.
Laundrie, 23, had been named a person of interest in the disappearance of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, who died by strangulation.
Six people were killed and nearly 50 people injured in a seasonal event that turned deadly.
A Man Has Been Charged With Intentionally Ramming An SUV Into A Christmas Parade In Wisconsin, Killing At Least Five People
The driver struck several students in a high school marching band. At least six children injured in the crash are in critical condition, officials said.
It also meant the 85-minute historic milestone became the butt of jokes on social media.
A New "Rust" Lawsuit Says That Alec Baldwin Fired The Gun Even Though The Upcoming Scene Didn't Call For It
A lawsuit by Mamie Mitchell, a script supervisor on Rust, says "there was nothing in the script" requiring the use of a firearm in the upcoming scene.
From Boston to Dearborn, Michigan, the 2021 elections showed the promise of increasing diversity in local politics.
Gaige Grosskreutz, who was shot in the arm, filed a federal lawsuit accusing police of enabling militants to engage in deadly violence during the anti-police protests in 2020.
Luchiano Lewis was one of three teens involved in the 2019 deadly stabbing of 18-year-old Tessa Majors in a Manhattan park.
The 22-year-old aspiring social media influencer was strangled at least three to four weeks before her body was found in a Wyoming campground, the coroner said.
Scared Students Are Using An Anonymous Twitter Account To Blast The Lack Of COVID Protocols At Their University
At Belmont University, a private Christian college in Tennessee, students and faculty members are resorting to anonymous Twitter accounts and articles to criticize what they believe are inadequate COVID restrictions.
"You don't tell me what to do and what to wear and where to go and how long to be in a room anymore."
Gabby Petito’s Family Said Other Missing People Deserve The Same Attention And Pledged To Help Those Cases
“We’re just hoping that through our tragedy of losing Gabby that in the future that some good can come out of it, that we can help other people that may be in [a] similar situation," her stepfather said.
"It’s been proven before, and most recently with the Gabby Petito case, that TikTok can blow up a missing person’s case and get that family the sources they need to bring that person home."
A Texas Doctor Fired For Giving Leftover COVID Vaccines To "Indian Sounding" Patients Is Suing The County
There were 10 doses of the Moderna vaccine left at the end of the night, and Hasan Gokal had six hours left to administer them before they expired.
Alex Murdaugh, a prominent South Carolina lawyer at the center of multiple investigations, was charged with insurance fraud after police said he planned his own killing for a $10 million insurance payout for his son.
A Lawyer Asked A Former Client To Kill Him To Collect $10 Million In Life Insurance For His Son, Police Say
Alex Murdaugh, a prominent South Carolina lawyer whose wife and son were fatally shot in June, plotted to have a man kill him so that his other son could collect a $10 million insurance payout, authorities said.
Damon Thibodeaux, 47, died from COVID-19 less than 10 years after he was released from death row following DNA evidence that proved his innocence in a murder case.