American Popular News for 18 May 2022
Brayden Point left late in the first period of the Lightning-Leafs Game 7 on Saturday.
What's the difference between a woman and a sea turtle? The Senate wants to know.
Payton Gendron threatened to shoot up a high school last year in Pennsylvania last year. Police say he is responsible for killing 10 people at a supermarket in New York on Saturday.
In an incident that has spawned many social media memes, Amber Heard's friend recalls the infamous defecation incident during his testimony in Johnny Depp's defamation trial against his ex-wife.
A murder trial should start anew before a different magistrate after the magistrate who dealt with the case committed an irregularity, the high court in Pietermaritzburg ruled on Friday.
Payton Gendron, 18, wrote a terrifyingly cold "questions and answers" section in the manifesto that spelled out the white nationalist beliefs that he said led him to plot the Buffalo attack.
With less than a week to go before a civil trial, Bill Cosby's lawyers are crying foul over a change in the story of a woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion
"We fear it will be equal parts shameful and desperate. And, the overwhelming evidence -- the truth -- is not on Depp's side," the rep said.
Sweden follows Finland in application to join Nato; Nato pledges open-ended military support to Ukraine; British intelligence estimates Russia has lost a third of invasion force Sweden has indicated... it will follow Finland in applying for Nato membership. The two countries' move abandons decades of military non-alignment triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and would redraw the security map of Europe. Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance would look to provide both countries with interim security guarantees while the applications are processed, including possibly by increasing troops in the region. In apparent retaliation, the Kremlin has pulled the plug on electricity supplies to Finland, with which it shares a 1,300km (800 mile) border. Nato pledged open-ended military...
WPRI-TV reported on Saturday that police responded to the brawl around 12:25 pm on Saturday after reports of a large fight involving weapons.
Yes, "SNL" picked the week the trial wasn't even happening to do a sketch about that Depp-Heard drama
Johnny Depp's attorney Camille Vasquez chips away at Amber Heard during photo-filled cross-examination challenging the 'Aquaman' star's testimony.
The country's leader, Kim Jong-un, said 187,800 people were in quarantine, and state TV showed him wearing a mask for the first time.
The A.T.F. released a trove of gun manufacturing data on Tuesday, the first comprehensive survey of firearms commerce data in decades.
As it became apparent that alleged shooter Payton Gendron planned his dire deed for months before bursting into a Buffalo Tops supermarket and murdering 10 people, the Federal Bureau of Investigation... on Monday established a website for people to disseminate information.
A bill being drafted in the Senate would allow U.S. courts to try war crimes cases even if neither the perpetrators nor the victims are American.
Stephen Colbert is back. After cancelling last week’s shows due to the host experiencing “symptoms consistent with a recurrence of Covid”, CBS announced the full return of Colbert to... The Late Show. “I’m footloose and Covid free! See you tomorrow,” Colbert wrote from his personal Twitter feed. Last week’s cancellation marked the second time the […]
Russia incurred heavy losses during Siversky Donets River attempt, according to defence intelligence Russia-Ukraine war: latest updates Ukrainian forces have repelled a Russian attempt to cross a... strategically significant river west of Severodonetsk in the Donbas, incurring heavy losses in the process, according to British defence intelligence. The British said Russia had lost "significant armoured manoeuvre elements" from a battalion tactical group - a formation with about 800 personnel at full strength - as well as pontoon bridging equipment.
Hundreds of staffers were drawn to the streaming venture, which was positioned as the network's future. The $5.99-a-month service lasted one month.
The Florida governor received a last-minute invitation to appear at a conference at a prominent Jewish museum in New York City. Then the whole thing fell apart.
A Mississippi school district upheld a decision to fire an administrator for reading a book called "I Need a New Butt!" to kids - but the booted administrator vowed to take the fight to court.
Amelia Baca, 75, of Las Cruces, was shot dead by an officer after she refused to put down two carving knives while inside her home on April 16.
The disclosure of a draft opinion that would overrule Roe v. Wade, legal experts said, was evidence that the court is not much different from other Washington institutions.
Project Veritas on Tuesday published undercover footage of Alex Martinez, a lead client partner at Twitter, mocking Musk. 'Elon Musk has Asperger's. So he's special. You're literally special needs.'
The country reported 232,880 new cases of fever and another six deaths.