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A police officer in Baltimore who was filmed repeatedly punching a man and throwing him to the ground has resigned. The officer, whom authorities have not yet identified, was initially placed on administrative leave after the episode on Saturday, interim Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle told reporters Monday. Tuggle said authorities are considering second-degree assault charges against […]

Last week, Entertainment Weekly shared a still image from Disney’s upcoming “Wreck It Ralph” sequel, “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” featuring everyone’s favorite princesses hanging out in loungewear at what appears to be a sleepover. In response to the image, which also features the lovable Vanellope from “Wreck It Ralph,” aired their grievances about Tiana on social […]

Halsey fired back at critics of her natural hair, which she showed off in a recent social media post. The “Bad at Love” singer is shared a snapshot of herself on Twitter and Instagram on Friday, writing underneath, “new growth, new growth; all these fades I outgrew.” She’s wearing a white robe and her dark curly […]

We just got one step closer to “touching” the sun. In the early hours of Sunday morning, a NASA rocket carrying the Parker Solar Probe was successfully launched from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station — marking the beginning of a seven-year mission that aims to get the probe closer to the sun than any […]

The family of the Seattle airport worker who crashed a stolen commercial plane issued an emotional statement Saturday baring the shock and heartbreak of his death. “We are stunned and heartbroken,” Richard Russell’s family said in a statement read by a friend. Russell, who was called “Beebo,” was a “warm, compassionate man,” the statement added. “He […]

A Baltimore police officer was suspended Saturday after a video surfaced showing him attacking a man on a sidewalk. Interim Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle of the Baltimore Police Department announced the officer’s suspension in a statement, saying he was “deeply disturbed” by the video. Tuggle said the police department was investigating the “totality of this […]

CHARLOTTESVILLE ― As Susan Bro drove to the University of Virginia campus on Saturday, she let out a nervous sigh as she looked in the rearview mirror. “There’s an ambulance,” she said. “I wonder where it’s going. Probably where we’re going.” She’d been nervous all morning as cars and emergency vehicles sped past her. This […]

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. ― On Aug. 12 of last year, after the murder of Heather Heyer, word went around the city that an evening vigil would be held in McGuffey Park, which throughout the day had served as a staging area for counterprotesters. As the “Unite the Right” rally unfolded nearby and then dispersed through the […]

President Donald Trump on Saturday used one of his morning Twitter missives to acknowledge that the weekend marks the first anniversary of Charlottesville, Virginia’s deadly white nationalist rally and to condemn racism in America. “The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division,” the president said from his Bedminster, New Jersey, […]

NFL player Cameron Jordan has called out President Donald Trump over his criticism of athletes who took a knee in protest against police brutality and racial injustice during the national anthem before preseason games this week. On Friday, the New Orleans Saints defensive end used Twitter to claim Trump was a “goober” who was “acting out” […]


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