Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said in a press conference Wednesday afternoon a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Ray Tensing, a University of Cincinnati police officer involved in the shooting death of an unarmed black man named Samuel Dubose. Tensing is being charged with murder and voluntary manslaughter.
TV news just can't quit Donald Trump. According to data compiled by the Tyndall Report and reported by the Associated Press, the network evening news broadcasts have devoted more time to covering his campaign than all the other Republican and Democratic candidates combined.
A 911 dispatcher who told the friend of a dying teenager to "deal with it herself" has resigned, a spokeswoman for the Albuquerque, New Mexico, fire department told Mic on Wednesday. "Matthew has resigned," said fire department Public Information Officer Melissa Romero, referring to former fire department driver Matthew Sanchez.
Much has been said about the younger lives of the world's biggest tech titans. Steve Jobs was traveling around India, Mark Zuckerberg was already a billionaire, and Larry Page and Sergey Brin were toughing it out as Ph.D.
Hundreds of thousands of people have signed a petition demanding Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who shot Zimbabwe's beloved Cecil the lion, and others responsible for the animal's poaching be brought to justice.
With the death of Ralkina Jones on Sunday, the number of known black women who've died in law enforcement custody in the United States this month rose to five.
After the hunting and slaying of Zimbabwe's beloved 13-year-old lion, Cecil, two local men are facing criminal charges, and American dentist Walter Palmer, who paid a large sum to kill Cecil, most likely will too.
As Donald Trump's verbal incontinence drives the national Republican establishment to tear at its scalp with nail-bitten fingers, the billionaire candidate's most outrageous invective may actually be doing some good — for his most powerful opponent.
Donald Trump has riled a lot of people in recent weeks with his unbridled insults about Mexicans and war heroes, among other things, but the presidential hopeful's reckless spirit has gained him at least one ally: Mark Cuban. The billionaire businessman, who's had a regular post on ABC's Shark Tank since 2011, applauded Trump's brash public persona, calling the GOP presidential frontrunner the "best thing to happen to politics in a long time." "I don't care what his actual positions are," Cuban wrote Tuesday on his Cyber Dust app, according to Business Insider.
A Minnesota dentist is under fire for his role in killing a beloved 13-year-old Zimbabwean lion named Cecil.
On Sunday, New York magazine published a blockbuster article featuring testimonies from 35 of Bill Cosby's alleged sexual assault victims.
Standardized tests make up one of the most dreaded elements of the college admissions process for students across the country.
A top adviser to Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump offered an apology Tuesday for a comment he made to a reporter suggesting that there's no such thing as marital rape. "As an attorney, husband and father, there are many injustices that offend me, but nothing more than charges of rape or racism," Trump adviser and lawyer Michael Cohen said in a statement obtained by CNN, in response to the outcry following his comments that marital rape is not a real thing.
Some of the world's marquee visionaries, entrepreneurs and researchers — Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, Steve Wozniak and Noam Chomsky included — joined together yesterday and signed an open letter warning of a possible artificial intelligence "arms race," saying that without proper care and regulation, it will "only be a matter of time until [AI weapons and robots] appear on the black market and in the hands of terrorists" and other sinister players on the world stage.
The Arizona Cardinals made history Monday when the team announced the hiring of Jen Welter as a training camp/preseason intern coaching inside linebackers.
On Monday night's episode of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart had the perfect response to Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee's likening the Iran nuclear deal to the Holocaust: He was speechless. During an interview Saturday, Huckabee likened the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran to the Holocaust: "This president's foreign policy is the most feckless in American history.
The executive board of the Boy Scouts of America has officially ratified a proposal lifting the century-old group's controversial ban on gay and bisexual troop leaders, a move its leaders hope will bring an end the organization's long struggle with the issue of homosexuality in scouting.
As NASA announces a new planet and a spacecraft careens past Pluto, humanity is getting closer to discovering whether or not it's alone in the universe. Space is, after all, busy these days.
Former Florida governor and Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush took umbrage with his GOP opponent Mike Huckabee's comparison between the proposed Iran nuclear deal and the Holocaust, saying that such language would not help Republicans win the White House in 2016.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is an ardent believer in religious liberty — and he'll be the first to tell you so.