San Francisco’s latest response to auto burglaries will involve cold, hard cash.
Mayor London Breed announced rewards of up to $100,000 leading to the arrest and conviction of car thieves in the city.
Private donors ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Authorities on Wednesday said they found partial, unidentified human remains along with a backpack and notebook belonging to Brian Laundrie at a Florida park near where his vehicle was found.
“These ...Read more
HARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut judge will sanction the defense attorneys for Alex Jones in the long-running civil lawsuit brought against the inflammatory online conspiracy theorist by the parents of children killed in ...Read more
Cuban judges have sentenced Roberto Pérez Fonseca, who protested against the government on July 11 and helped tear apart an image of the late Fidel Castro, to 10 years in prison.
Three judges of the municipal court of ...Read more
DETROIT — The city of Hamtramck said Wednesday it has discovered high levels of lead in some water samples.
Out of 42 samples that officials recently took as part of routine testing in the city north of Detroit, six of ...Read more
South Korea is set to launch a home-developed Nuri rocket Thursday, showing global powers a leap in aerospace technology that can be used for both commercial and military purposes.
President Moon Jae-in plans to watch the...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick wants Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to call lawmakers back to Austin for a fourth special legislative session, this time to tackle two election-related measures that did not pass during ...Read more
CHICAGO — A top Chicago police union official on Wednesday referred to the organization’s vaccine standoff with Mayor Lori Lightfoot as “The Hunger Games” and warned younger officers that if they gave in on this, �...Read more
Scammers have bilked American consumers out of more than $586 million through fraud schemes inspired by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
From the start of October 2020 through Oct. 14, 2021, Americans filed more than 269,000...Read more
Police unions in America’s biggest cities are resisting COVID-19 vaccination mandates, placing the officers they represent at odds with their task of protecting residents.
The New York City Police Benevolent Association...Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared a broad path for millions more Americans to receive COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, as the nation looks to bolster its defenses and prevent another virus surge.
The agency ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Congressional Democrats’ hopes to expand voting rights died Wednesday afternoon when Senate Republicans blocked voting on a bill that would have established Election Day as a public holiday and created ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — From the day he was arrested for slaughtering 17 people at a Parkland high school, Nikolas Cruz was never going to walk free.
Cruz, a scrawny teen with a history of violent outbursts, was known ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — A potential shortage of airport screeners triggered by a federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate could mean extra-long queues at airport security checkpoints during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday travel week.
ATLANTA — State prosecutors are continuing to try to prevent attorneys defending the three men charged with Ahmaud Arbery’s killing from introducing evidence of Arbery’s past scrapes with the law and his mental ...Read more
CHICAGO — Some Illinois hospital systems are losing hundreds of employees as deadlines loom for health care workers to get COVID-19 vaccines — even as most workers have agreed to get the shots.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker set ...Read more
Brazil senators said Jair Bolsonaro should be charged for nine crimes, including charlatanism, malfeasance and crimes against humanity in their conclusion of a probe into the government’s handling of the pandemic that’...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The families of the victims, as a rule, do not speak the gunman’s name. And when he finally addressed them in person Wednesday, the gunman did not even face them.
Nikolas Cruz, the man who ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Wednesday announced plans to get young children vaccinated against COVID-19, a move health officials say will help curb the pandemic, save lives and stabilize the U.S. economy.
Former President Donald Trump said his lawsuit against Facebook Inc. over its suspension of his account after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot should stay in Florida because a new state law could help his case.
Facebook and Chief ...Read more
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