Biden Pushes Deterrent Border Policy After Promising 'Humane' Approach
The deportation of Haitian migrants is a stark example of how President Biden has deployed some of the most aggressive approaches to immigration put in place by former President Donald J. Trump.
Cinema returns to Somalia with first public screening in 30 years
Somalia has hosted its first movie screening in 30 years under heavy security as the conflict-ravaged country hopes for a cultural renewal.
Biden: We Must Defend Rights of LGBTQ+ Individuals to Love Openly
Biden: We Must Defend Rights of LGBTQ+ Individuals to Love Openly
Fremont: Teens arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after 15-year-old stabbed in neck
FREMONT - Two teenagers were arrested on suspicion of attempted homicide, brandishing a weapon and being an accessory after a Kennedy High School student was cut on the neck Tuesday, prompting a school-wide shelter-in-place, according to the Fremont Police Department.
East New York man charged with killing of four-year-old boy * Brooklyn Paper
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What we know about Kristin Smart's disappearance and the case against Paul Flores
The decades-long mystery over the disappearance of Kristin Smart took a new turn Wednesday when a judge ruled that Paul Flores will be tried for murder in the case.
Peter Sutcliffe refused to be shielded from Covid, inquest hears
Peter Sutcliffe, the convicted serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, refused to be shielded in prison in the months before he died from the coronavirus, an inquest has heard.
12th Man Dies in N.Y.C. Custody This Year as Jail Crisis Deepens
A man who was being held at a New York City jail died on Wednesday, becoming the 12th person in the city's custody to die this year.
A Taunton hospital employee was on a break when she was stabbed in an unprovoked attack, police say
The search is on for the suspect.
News Media Can't Shake 'Missing White Woman Syndrome,' Critics Say
Major outlets have highlighted the case of Gabrielle Petito while often ignoring stories about women of color who go missing.