Petito family lobbies for 'lethality assessment' law in Utah
The mother and father of a woman killed by her boyfriend in 2021 joined Utah lawmakers to lobby for the passage of a law to require police statewide screen for risks of intimate partner violence.
Through sobs, did Alex Murdaugh say he killed his son?
Defense attorneys in South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh’s double murder trial are continuing to question the way state agents collected and analyzed evidence in the shooting deaths of his wife and son.
Priscilla Presley disputes trust of late Lisa Marie Presley
Priscilla Presley has filed legal documents disputing who oversees the estate of her late daughter Lisa Marie Presley.
Philips to Cut 6,000 More Jobs Worldwide
Dutch consumer electronics and medical equipment maker Philips said Monday it is cutting 6,000 jobs worldwide over the next two years as it revealed a net loss of $1.7 billion in 2022.
Seattle Police Arrest 'Clothed But Very Wet' Bathtub Burglar
A woman returned to her home Friday night to find a window smashed and an unknown man inside the house.
COVID-19 Still a Global Health Emergency, Says WHO
The coronavirus remains a global health emergency, the World Health Organization chief said Monday.
6th Officer Involved in Tyre Nichols' Death Relieved of Duty
A sixth Memphis Police Department officer has been disciplined for his involvement in the brutal beating and arrest of Tyre Nichols.
At Least 6 Dead After Small Bus, Box Truck Crash in Upstate New York
State police said the six people who died, as well as three others who were seriously hurt, were on the bus.
Suspect in Oregon Torture Case is Using Dating Apps to Find Victims, Police Warn
A man accused of torturing a woman he held captive in Oregon is using dating apps to find people who can help him avoid the police or to find new victims, authorities said Friday.