One of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor in March was charged Wednesday with first-degree wanton endangerment, but the officer whose shot killed Taylor was not indicted.
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Survivors and bereaved of Grenfell Tower are to tell the government that it risks allowing a second disaster by “going through the motions” and failing to tackle the root causes of the fire.
The family of the young Guatemalan girl who died in the custody of US border officials after crossing the border is disputing the American government’s claim that she had not had food or water for days beforehand.
Crowds grew silent Wednesday evening as bells rang out 39 times in Atlanta and Memphis, Tennessee, to mark the age of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the time of his assassination.
The chair of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower tragedy, Sir Martin Moore-Bick, has opened proceedings with a statement delivered in central London. The inquiry will have two phases that will run simultaneously.
Just after Sunday’s horrific massacre, when information was scant, the identification of a shooter with a name like Omar Mateen helped some sources quickly categorize him as an evil Middle Eastern terrorists.
Simon Hall stabbed 79-year-old Joan Albert to death in her home in Boydlands, Capel St Mary on December 16, 2001. He was found dead in his cell at HMP Wayland, at 5.25am on February 23, 2014.