A look at the week's top photos from around the globe.
A look at the week's top photos from around the globe.
An investigation is underway after a student at Jackson State University in Mississippi was found dead on campus. The victim had been shot, and his body was discovered inside a Dodge Charger in a campus parking Friday morning, the Hinds County coroner told ABC Jackson affiliate WAPT. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation said Randall Smith, 20, has been arrested in connection with the death of the victim, 22-year-old Flynn Brown.
An elderly Home Depot employee who was shoved to the ground by a man allegedly fleeing the store with stolen merchandise has died weeks after the assault, police said. The disturbing incident, which occurred on Oct. 18 at a Home Depot in Hillsborough, North Carolina, was caught on the store's surveillance footage. The victim died on Wednesday due to complications from injuries he sustained in the assault, the Hillsborough Police Department said.
Four people, including two juveniles, were found dead in a Kentucky home in an apparent murder-suicide, police said. Louisville officers responded around 8:45 a.m. local time Saturday to a call of a shooting "with multiple victims" at the home on the 4500 block of East Pages Lane, the Louisville Police Department said.
President Joe Biden on Friday denounced antisemitism and urged other political leaders to do the same. "I just want to make a few things clear: The Holocaust happened," Biden tweeted. Biden's post, while not specifically naming any people, follows recent antisemitic comments made by rapper Ye -- formerly known as Kanye West -- praising Adolph Hitler, and after former President Donald Trump hosted a dinner with Ye and white nationalist Nick Fuentes at his Mar-a-Lago estate.
A FedEx driver confessed to abducting and killing 7-year-old Athena Strand after he delivered a package to her family's home, Wise County Sheriff Lane Akin said at a press conference Friday night. Digital evidence and interviews lead investigators to believe that Strand died within an hour of her abduction, according to Akin. The driver, 31-year-old Taner Lynn Horner, is in jail and is being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping.
A suspect has been arrested and charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Migos rapper Takeoff, Houston police said Friday. Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, was arrested Thursday evening in Houston and "charged with the murder of Takeoff," Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said during a press briefing. Takeoff, whose real name is Kirshnik Khari Ball, was shot and killed in downtown Houston around 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 1, police said.
Neither candidate clinched the 50% needed to win the general election in November, though Warnock led Walker 49% to 48%. It's the second runoff Warnock is facing after he defeated former Sen. Kelly Loeffler in January 2021 in a special election. Warnock's win, along with that of Democrat Jon Ossoff, handed Democrats majority control of the Senate.
Iranian authorities have been accused of stealing the bodies of slain protesters from hospitals and morgues in order to prevent families from holding funerals, which activists say could prove rallying points for the protests. The families of the protesters who have been killed called it a disturbing new tactic of intimidation. The U.N. has previously warned that Iranian authorities have refused the release of bodies or made their release contingent on the families staying silent.
The big reveal for the new B-21 Raider stealth bomber finally took place Friday night in a glitzy unveiling worthy of a Hollywood production as the aircraft was rolled out of a California hangar, but every effort was made to ensure that details about the new aircraft will continue to remain shrouded in secrecy. Taking place under the cover of night, the plane emerged slowly from the hangar bathed in dramatic blue lighting that did not reveal much beyond the plane's similar shape to the B-2 stealth bomber it is intended to replace. U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was among the 600 VIP's and 2,000 Northrop Grumman employees, who have worked on the new bomber for the past seven years, on hand for the big reveal at Northrop Grumman's Plant 42 in Palmdale, California.
An American passenger on an Antarctic cruise died and four other guests were injured after their Viking ship was struck by a "rogue wave," officials said. The incident happened on Tuesday around 10:40 p.m. local time while the Viking Polaris ship was sailing toward Ushuaia, Argentina, Viking said. The passenger killed was a U.S. citizen, a State Department spokesperson confirmed to ABC News Friday.
Christian Mejia was among 18 U.S. Marines to become a U.S. citizen on Friday during a naturalization ceremony aboard the historic World War II battleship, the USS North Carolina. Haling from 14 different countries across five continents, including Mejía's native country, Guatemala, the Marine Corps said in a press release that the naturalization ceremony "was one of the largest ever for a Marine Corps infantry battalion." Mejia recited his Oath of Allegiance next to his fellow members of the 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, 6th Marine Regiment, who are all stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
While most people walk away from white elephant gift exchanges with a small, funny present, a student in Texas walked away with a college scholarship. Lauren Briseño, a sophomore volleyball player at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, joined her teammates at their coach's house last week for what she thought was a gathering to watch bracket selection for the upcoming NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship. The team this year included a white elephant gift exchange in the gathering, during which Briseño unwrapped a blanket.
Princess Kate made a bold fashion statement on Friday at the Earthshot Prize Awards green carpet in Boston. The Princess of Wales wowed in a neon green off-the-shoulder gown with her husband Prince William by her side. In the spirit of the Earthshot Prize Awards, and with the event's sustainable fashion guidelines in mind, Kate's dress, designed by Solace London, was rented from the U.K.-based fashion rental platform HURR.
David Archuleta is speaking out and staying true to himself after concertgoers in Utah left his show early when the singer opened up about his queer identity. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the "Crush" singer, who is currently on his The More the Merrier Christmas Tour, responded to an email shared by his manager, from someone who appeared to be a manager of the venue, who said the concert was not the "setting" for Archuleta to open up about his journey. In his caption, Archuleta began by saying that the tour "hasn't been the easiest for me to do," and that opening up about his journey is "a way for me to find peace with it."
Manhattan prosecutors concluded their criminal case against the Trump Organization Friday by challenging attempts by the defense to distance former President Donald Trump from his namesake company's alleged tax fraud. Two entities of the Trump Organization -- the Trump Corporation and the Trump Payroll Corporation -- are on trial for paying the personal expenses of some executives without reporting them as income and for compensating them as independent contractors instead of full-time employees. Prosecutors believe the Trump Organization is culpable because the conduct of CFO Allen Weisselberg benefitted the company and because his position as CFO means he was entrusted to act on the company's behalf.
A California father is speaking out after one of his twin boys was treated for possible fentanyl exposure after playing at a popular San Francisco park. Ivan Matkovic, 35, told "Good Morning America" the ordeal has been a shock to his family and to his sons' nanny, who was watching the 10-month-old boys on Tuesday afternoon when the incident unfolded. Matkovic said he was working from home that day so the family's nanny was caring for the boys and took the children outside for an afternoon walk to a local park in their Marina District neighborhood.
Members of a key Democratic National Committee panel on Friday voted in favor of President Joe Biden's proposed major changes to Democrats' longstanding rundown of which states get to cast their votes before Super Tuesday. Most of the more than two dozen members of the DNC group that met Friday focused on rules and bylaws in assessing the impact of of Biden's plan -- which nixes the Iowa caucuses and adds Georgia and Michigan to be among the first five voting states. Most notably, the proposal vaults South Carolina -- the state that helped salvage Biden's candidacy -- to the front of the line.
President Joe Biden met with Prince William on Friday in Boston during the royal couple's first visit to the U.S. in eight years. The two men exchanged pleasantries as they greeted each other, posed for the cameras and exchanged small talk outside the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. "Great to see you," Biden, 80, said as he welcomed the 40-year-old Prince of Wales.
A Georgia man was arrested for allegedly firing a gun through his front door at a teenager volunteering for Sen. Raphael Warnock's campaign, striking the boy in the leg, police said. The incident occurred Thursday around 5:30 p.m. in Savannah, while the 15-year-old was campaigning for Warnock's upcoming runoff election, police said. The suspect -- who was "quickly identified" as 42-year-old Jimmy Paiz -- allegedly fired a shot through the closed front door, striking the teen, police said.
When Elizabeth Thomas entered public high school in Culleoka, Tennessee, she left one alleged nightmare for another. Ultimately, she would be taken by a school teacher across state lines, setting off a nationwide manhunt. A new episode of "20/20" looks at the story of Elizabeth Thomas which, miraculously, did not end in tragedy, with investigators laying out never-before-heard elements of the case.