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What We Know About the Killing of Elijah McClain

Last August, police officers in Aurora, Colorado, approached 23-year-old Elijah McClain as he walked home from a

Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals affirms conviction of George Martin

The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has affirmed the conviction of a former Alabama state trooper who was convicted of murdering his wife in 1995.

Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Breaking Into Eagle Rock Home, Stealing Car

EAGLE ROCK (CBSLA)  — The Los Angeles Police Department Friday announced they arrested a 40-year-old woman in connection on suspicion of breaking into a home earlier this week while the owners were on vacation.

The Black Officer Who Detained George Floyd Had Pledged to Fix the Police

MINNEAPOLIS — There were two black men at the scene of the police killing in Minneapolis last month that roiled the nation. One, George Floyd,

Man shot inside Seattle’s CHOP claims racists attacked him in ‘hate crime’

A man critically injured in one of the shootings inside Seattle’s chaotic, cop-free CHAZ claims it was a hate crime committed by racist infiltrators who dropped the N-word.

Kapabayaang kriminal! Angara dismayed by lack of compensation for health workers with COVID-19

During the plenary debates on Senate Bill 1564 or the proposed Bayanihan To Recover as One Act Tuesday (June 2), it was revealed that there have been no claims for compensation for health workers

Woman Arrested For Starting Fire At Wendy’s Where Rayshard Brooks Was Killed

    TOPLINE   Natalie White—one of the women suspected of setting fire to the Atlanta Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was shot and killed—has been arrested and faces charges of first-degree arson on the day of his funeral.

Wirecard’s Former CEO Markus Braun Is Arrested

Prosecutors say he was arrested on suspicion of presenting false information; Arrest is a black eye for BaFin, Germany’s national financial regulator

Accused Murderer Robert Durst Won’t Get Mistrial for Covid Delay

Accused murderer Robert Durst failed to persuade a judge to order a mistrial in his

L.A. prosecutors use genealogy search to make arrest in 1980s killings of two women

Los Angeles County prosecutors have filed two counts of murder against a man linked to a pair of decades-old cold cases by connecting the suspect through a genealogy match, a first for the office, Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey said Friday.

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