Kodak Black was being targeted by hitmen when his security guard was shot in the leg
Homer Talley, father of slain cop Eric Talley ,51, says his son owned an AR-15 similar to the weapon used in the Colorado massacre, and would not want his death to promote gun control.
Opponents of a California bill banning police officers who've engaged in "public expressions of hate" say the proposed legislation also would target cops who have conservative views, KCRA-TV reported.What are the details?The California Law Enforcement Accountability Reform, or CLEAR Act — Assembly Bill 655 — would require background checks on "whether a candidate for specified peace officer positions has engaged in membership in a hate group, participation in hate group activities, or public...
Aaron Thayer, 39, was arrested Saturday.
Top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said in an interview that aired on Sunday he and former White House coronavirus coordinator Deborah Birx took on “bad cop” and “good cop” roles, respectively, within forme
A Chicago police officer and a security guard were both shot Thursday evening during an altercation with an accused shoplifter outside a Home Depot store on the city's South Side, according to reports.
A Connecticut man was arrested Tuesday night in connection with the stabbing death of his mother.
Malware used could let cyber spies take over people's mobile phones, accessing information, cameras and microphones, according to security alerts about the malicious code.
Facebook said Thursday it disrupted Chinese hackers who sought to infiltrate Facebook users’ accounts and distribute malware, primarily among Uyghur users. The cyber espionage campaign hid who was behind it, but Facebook identified the hackers as a group in China known as Earth Empusa or Evil Eye, wrote Mike Dvilyanski,
Bitcoin emissions in China exceed the total emissions of the Czech Republic and Qatar, study says.
A fired Walmart employee crashed a car through the front door of the store and kept driving inside the building, according to police.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Federal officials are not honoring an agreement to accept the validity of Connecticut pardons and continue trying to deport people pardoned by a state board because of their crimes, according to state Attorney General William Tong's office. Tong's office sued several federal agencies including the U.S.