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A police officer in Arkansas was charged with manslaughter for after a fellow officer was shot and killed after he knocked on his door
An arrest affidavit alleges the officer has previously said he would shoot any protester who came to his front door.
The actress and singer, best known for playing Santana Lopez on Fox's "Glee," died at the age of 33.
An 18th-century Chinese vase that spent the last 50 years in a home filled with pets just sold for $9 million
The vase, which once sold at a 1950s auction for just $56, was rediscovered inside an elderly woman's home in Europe.
Ghislaine Maxwell tried to run away when the FBI arrived at her New Hampshire house to arrest her, prosecutors say
When law enforcement arrived at Maxwell's home, she fled deeper into the massive estate, prosecutors wrote in opposition to her bail request.
The actress, known for playing Santana Lopez on the Fox show, went missing on Wednesday after renting a boat in Lake Piru, California.
A crowded lake party with hundreds of people has been linked to an outbreak of coronavirus in Michigan
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan said that "several individuals" tested positive for COVID-19 after attending boat parties on Torch Lake
Starting this week, pent-up travelers can escape to Puerto Rico — but not without a coronavirus test
To prevent the spread of coronavirus, Puerto Rico has put into place some of the strictest requirements for travelers.
Burger King workers went on strike, saying a manager blamed their trans colleague's coronavirus death on 'injecting hormones'
Angela Martinez Gómez, a trans woman who worked at the Burger King, died of COVID-19 on July 6. Her coworkers blame "dangerous" working conditions.
Attorneys for Breonna Taylor's family allege that police targeted her residence as part of a Louisville gentrification plan
Attorneys claim in a criminal complaint filed last week that a neighborhood development plan was related to "radical political and police conduct."
A 19-year-old went viral for redesigning Katy Perry's new album cover and she offered to let him do the next one
The self-taught designer doesn't think Perry was serious, but he hopes to pursue a career in graphic design and one day work with artists like her.
Naya Rivera's 'Glee' co-star Heather Morris is offering a foot search and rescue mission for the missing actress
Heather Morris and Naya Rivera's characters got married on "Glee." On Sunday, Morris offered to help authorities search for missing Rivera.
Madeline Swegle will receive her "wings of gold" this month, 40 years after Brenda Robinson became the first Black female pilot in the Navy.
The St. Louis couple who threatened Black Lives Matter protesters with guns once made children cry after destroying their beehives, report says
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who threatened Black Lives Matter protesters with guns, smashed beehives constructed by a synagogue for schoolchildren, a local report says.
Bison imported from Poland and the Netherlands will be released in Kent, southern England, to help regenerate an ancient woodland.
South Africa's 9 million smokers were faced with cold turkey when the government banned cigarette sales in March as a coronavirus measure. Now Big Tobacco is fighting back.
Cigarettes have become the top illicit drug, more profitable than cocaine and heroin, analysts told AP.
I woke up from a coma with memory gaps for the last 30 years. Here's how I pieced my life back together.
Writer Todd Wasserman describes his journey to remember his life after a cardiac arrest wiped his memory.
A New York ER doctor who felt guilty that she couldn't help after she was diagnosed with the coronavirus died by suicide
Dr. Lorna Breen found that she couldn't keep up with the 12-hour shift and was exhausted. Her family said she had no history of mental illness.
A 13-year-old boy who police say fatally shot his little brother in the back of the head while playing cops and robbers will be tried as an adult
Brayden Leroy Wright of Pennsylvania is said to have told arresting officers that he knew his father's gun was loaded.
The suspect opened fire as soon as the two officers approached the door of the home, McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said.
The FDA just updated its list of hand sanitizers you should avoid to include products that contain the deadly chemical methanol
According to the FDA, methanol has been reported to cause blindness, hospitalization, and even death when absorbed through the skin or ingested.
Thousands of US pediatricians warn against reopening schools for in-person learning after Trump's push against CDC guidelines
The American Academy of Pediatrics said officials looking to reopen schools must follow "science" and "evidence, not politics."
On May 12, the veteran wrote that he was "sick" of seeing "s--- about COVID" and throughout June, he "checked in" at bars and restaurants in Ohio.
A New York City doctor who battled coronavirus along with hundreds of his patients says proper PPE is needed to keep medical workers safe, but some are again reporting shortages
"I know a lot of physicians that never got sick because they protected themselves and that has to be everyone's first priority," Dr. Jake Deutsch said.
Tyson Foods is ramping up development of robots that can cut meat in response to coronavirus outbreaks in meatpacking plants
According to the CDC, there have been a total of 16,233 coronavirus cases in meat processing facilities across 23 states, contributing to 86 deaths.
As coronavirus cases climb, Trump says states with an uptick in cases are 'going to be fine' and will be back to normal 'very quickly'
Coronavirus deaths are once again on the rise amid a surge of confirmed cases in states like Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida.
A patient in their 30s has reportedly died after attending a 'COVID party' in Texas and thinking coronavirus was a 'hoax'
According to the hospital's chief medical officer, the patient told their nurse, "I think I made a mistake. I thought this was a hoax, but it's not."
Wimbledon will give more than $12 million to pay every player who would have qualified for this year's tournament thanks to a rare insurance policy they bought years ago
Wimbledon — the most esteemed of tennis' four Grand Slam tournaments — recouped $141 million in potential losses thanks to "pandemic insurance."
The first federal execution in 17 years of a white supremacist killer was postponed because the coronavirus stopped the victims' family attending
Daniel Lewis Lee was to be executed Monday for the 1996 murders of an Arkansas family of three.
Trump has a penchant for calling the coronavirus the 'Chinese Virus' or 'Kung Flu.' Experts on Asian culture said the racist implications of the term divert attention from the disastrous US response.
Attempting to shift blame to China via a "juvenile pun" is a diversion from the Trump administration's own handling of the pandemic, one expert said.
25,000 people call for signs warning of dangerous whirlpools at the lake where Glee star Naya Rivera went missing
The actress's four-year-old son said he watched his mother disappear beneath the water, authorities have said.
Five Guys employees were fired for refusing to serve police officers in Alabama, as tension mounts between service workers and law enforcement
Five Guys confirmed the termination of the workers who turned their backs to the officers and said the store was closed for customer-service training.
In a string of texts sent by Depp to his agent, the actor accused Heard of having an affair with "Mollusk," believed to be his nickname for Musk.
Photos: India's megacities are plagued by coronavirus complacency that is stoking the world's third highest infection rate
A lack of testing and a complacent attitude surrounding the virus is being blamed for the emergence of new clusters in the country.
White Michigan woman says she pointed a gun at a Black family because they were closing in on her and she thought she might get killed
A lawyer for couple Jillian and Eric Wuestenberg claims they were the victims of "ethnic intimidation."
A French bus driver died after he was attacked by a group of passengers who refused to wear face masks
Phillipe Monguillot, 59, was declared brain dead on Friday after he was attacked by a group of unmasked men.
While the hotel might look like it can only be afforded by the super-rich, its owners say that they are hoping to attract people from all backgrounds.
A California waitress said she stopped a man's racist tirade against an Asian family because she didn't 'have time for this'
The man in the video has been identified as Michael Lofthouse, the CEO of a tech firm, and he apologized for his behavior in the video.
Here's the full list of people charged in the college admissions cheating scandal, and who has pleaded guilty so far
The parents include the actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, as well as executives at prominent public and private companies.
Morphe cuts ties with Jeffree Star and his cosmetics company after explosive drama involving the beauty mogul
Cosmetics company Morphe previously cut ties with Shane Dawson over his old, offensive content, and is now severing ties with another makeup mogul.
Photos show what it's like inside a Houston hospital right now, where coronavirus cases are skyrocketing and ICUs are nearly full
Houston has become one of the worst hit cities in Texas, and authorities predicts hospitals will be overwhelmed in the coming days.
Ghislaine Maxwell says she hadn't been in contact with Jeffrey Epstein for more than 10 years before his death
Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell filed court documents on Friday asking her released on bail as she awaits trial amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Simone Biles is still set to retire after the Tokyo Olympics but says the worst part of the delay is having to deal with USA Gymnastics for another year
In an interview with Vogue, Simone Biles said that she often questions whether or not she "can take" another year of competing under USA Gymnastics.
Drisana Rios who is suing her former employer, HUB International, has two kids who she watches while working from home.
A YouTube drama reporter claimed the police were investigating Shane Dawson's old videos. Now he's facing backlash of his own.
The LA Sheriff's Department confirmed to Insider there is no investigation into Shane Dawson. Kennedy sent the LASD videos from Dawson's channel.
A 15-year-old survived 30 hours lost in the woods in California after his father was shot by a gunman while asking for directions
Jack Gershman's father, Ari Gershman, had stopped to ask for directions after getting lost near Tahoe National Forest in Northern California on July 3.