A coroner's report confirmed the deaths of actor Gregory Tyree Boyce and his girlfriend Natalie Adepoju were drug related and accidental
More than 50 new high-performance Mopar models were stolen from a California Dodge dealership after looters shattered the showroom windows to obtain keys.
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Investigators are looking into a new video that appears to show the minutes before George Floyd was pinned to the ground and died. On May 25, four Minneapolis Police Department officers responded to a 911 call reporting that Floyd had allegedly used a fake $20 bill to make a purchase at a local Cup Foods. About 20 minutes later, Floyd was pronounced dead following an encounter with police.
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The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targeting social-media companies
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Jay-Z Calls for ‘Every Politician, Prosecutor and Officer in the Country to Have the Courage to Do What Is Right’
As the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police has become the flashpoint of weekend protests in nearly every state in the U.S., Jay-Z reached out to Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to tell him that “Justice needs to be served here.” Walz then announced that state attorney general Keith Ellison will head […]
The autopsy released on Monday said Floyd's death, which sparked nationwide protests, was a homicide and that he had no underlying medical conditions. Later on Monday, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner released details of its autopsy findings that also said Floyd's death was a homicide caused by asphyxiation but that he had possible underlying health conditions and intoxicants in his body that may have been contributing factors in his death.. On the surface, the independent autopsy would seem to bolster the prosecution's case against Derek Chauvin, the police officer who knelt on Floyd's neck for several minutes before he died last week.
A woman was filmed posing in front of a damaged T-Mobile store in Santa Monica, California, on Monday, June 1, a day after protests and rioting were reported across the city.“White women continue to disappoint. These protesters are not a content opportunity for you,” Nicole Baio, who filmed this video of the incident, wrote on Twitter. Baio can be heard in the video exclaiming the woman was “making her boyfriend take her picture in front of a smashed T-Mobile.”Clean-up was underway on Monday, as business owners assessed damage from protests on Sunday night. Credit: Nicole Baio via Storyful