Police released two videos Friday showing an officer fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb and said they hoped showing the footage would ease escalating tensions.
A man called The General—though he's gone by other names—carries at least five cellphones at all times and always has an eye out for hidden enemies. And in 2010 at a McDonald's in New York, he became $100 million richer. DNAinfo has the improbable story of a mob informant who befriended a toothless widow and inherited her fortune. The General fled the army in his European home in 1992 and was given asylum in New York with his wife and four children. He would later do what DNAinfo calls "valorous work for the US government" testifying against organized criminals. But after one federal case in 2006, it became too dangerous, and The General entered witness protection, becoming Alben Sagan and relocating to Wisconsin.
Clothed in the power of the law, the federal government is again suing a Mississippi strip club, saying black strippers should be treated equally when they take it all off.
A new sentencing date has been set for an Ohio man who pleaded guilty to plotting attacks against a U.S. military official and a local police station.
Police in South Carolina are investigating a possible murder-suicide involving three people, one of them a 10-month-old baby.
Almost four years after Superstorm Sandy pummeled his neighborhood so badly that Britain's Prince Harry had to stop by for a look at the damage, Paul Jeffrey is ready to sleep soundly again.
3 Must-do tips to distinguish your business and create customers for life.
The Supreme Court is set to begin its new term as it ended the last one, down one justice and ideologically deadlocked on a range of issues.
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