District of Columbia U.S. District Judge John D. Bates heeded the U.S. government’s motion to shield Prince Mohammed from the lawsuit despite what Bates called “credible allegations of his involvement in Khashoggi’s murder.”
By MIKE SCHNEIDER and FREIDA FRISARO Associated Press
Beachgoers and lifeguards discovered the wooden structure poking out of the sand over Thanksgiving weekend in front of homes which collapsed into rubble on Daytona Beach Shores last month from Hurricane Nicole.
The pilot and passenger were seriously injured and the Mooney M20J was substantially damaged when it hit a tower supporting high-tension lines on Nov. 27, knocking out power to tens of thousands of area customers.
Investigators say Anderson Lee Aldrich entered Club Q, a sanctuary for the LGBTQ community in the mostly conservative city of Colorado Springs, just before midnight on Nov. 19 and began shooting during a drag queen’s birthday celebration.
By MARY CLARE JALONICK, FARNOUSH AMIRI and LISA MASCARO
Showing the raw political and emotional fallout from the insurrection and its aftermath, representatives of one of the medal recipients — the family of fallen officer Brian Sicknick — declined to shake hands with the Republican leaders.
InvestigateTV continues to expose the consequences of staffing shortages burdening public defender offices across the country. In this installment of the series, our team focuses on the impact on victims and trust in the criminal justice system.
Brenda Deldago was looking for Miracle Whip at the grocery store in August 2021 when a man approached her on aisle eight. Dennis Deldago sparked a 30-minute conversation by talking about their masks and the rest is history.
Whether you’re looking for holiday deals or scrambling for a last-minute gift, ‘tis the season to online shop. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa explains why the FBI says stay away from debit and stick to your credit card for those online purchases.
Stewart was co-founder of Stax Records in Memphis, where, during an era of racial strife, white musicians and producers worked alongside Black singers, songwriters and instrumentalists to create the “Memphis sound.”