A U.S. Army lieutenant is suing two police officers in Virginia after a traffic stop this past December. The officers reportedly believed the vehicle was missing a license plate, but they were mistaken. Now, in body camera footage, we see those officers point their guns at the driver and repeatedly pepper spray him before pushing him to the ground.
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Police are calling the shooting death of a 20-year-old Black man in a Minneapolis suburb “an accident.” Body camera video shows an officer firing what she thought was her taser, but instead police say she had grabbed her gun.
Officials say the U.S. is facing new challenges in the fight against the coronavirus. Over the weekend, a record breaking 4.6 million Americans were vaccinated in just one day, but a rise in cases is threatening a fourth wave of the pandemic.
One of two officers accused of pepper-spraying and pointing their guns at a Black Army officer during a traffic stop has since been fired.
Mourners and protesters gathered in a Minneapolis suburb where the family of a 20-year-old man said he died after being shot by police.
The drug maker requested authorization from the FDA Friday
(ABC News) —Pfizer, the first vaccine maker to become authorized in the U.S., on Friday asked federal regulators to authorize its vaccine for kids as young as 12, insisting that recent clinical trials showed it’s both safe and effective. The good news came as health officials warned that youth sports were now driving new COVID cases in states like Michigan…
Many in our society have celebrated the incredible scientific accomplishment of developing safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines in record time. As vaccine rollout continues throughout the country, we are learning that some parts of our society are particularly hesitant about receiving the vaccine.
President Biden arguing for more gun safety measures as the nation mourns multiple mass shootings this week
Gun violence in America continues to escalate with two more mass shootings making national headlines just as the president took the stage arguing for more safety measures.
Buckingham Palace announced Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburuh, has died. The palace saying, “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.”
According to Johns Hopkins University, the United States has now surpassed more than 560,000 deaths from COVID-19. As vaccinations ramp up, Johnson & Johnson is warning about a drop in the supply of its vaccine next week.