3 Killed in Suspected Murder Suicide Include Dad, Son

New Mexico Governor Names New Indian Affairs Secretary

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Three people killed in what authorities are describing as an apparent murder-suicide have been identified as a father, his 25-year-old son and a business partner. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office said 55-year-old Dale Kenneth Dahmen died of a gunshot wound to the head and his son, Dominick Kenneth Dahmen, of … Read more

2 North Dakota Officers Cleared in Wounding of Suspect

New Mexico Governor Names New Indian Affairs Secretary

WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — Two North Dakota police officers who wounded a suspect in an exchange of gunfire have been cleared of any wrongdoing. The Bismarck Tribune reports that the decision allows Williston officers Tyler Iwen and Jordan Patton to return to active duty. They had been on paid administrative leave since the Dec. 9 … Read more

Grand Jury: 5 Salem Cops Justified in Fatal Shooting of Man

New Mexico Governor Names New Indian Affairs Secretary

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A Marion County grand jury has found five Salem police officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a man last month. The decision came Friday in the death of Michael Compton, 27, after hearing testimony from over a dozen witnesses and reviewing video footage and evidence, The Statesman Journal reported. … Read more

Memphis Police Fire Officer Involved in Tyre Nichols’ Death -Statement

Memphis Police Fire Officer Involved in Tyre Nichols' Death -Statement

(Reuters) – The Memphis Police Department said on Friday it had fired an officer involved in the death of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man who was beaten by officers in the U.S. city last month. The department named the officer fired as Preston Hemphill. In a statement, it said he had violated department policies … Read more

Greenwood’s Future Remains Uncertain After Charges Dropped

Greenwood's Future Remains Uncertain After Charges Dropped

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — A year after his arrest, Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood is free to resume a soccer career that looked set to make him one of the biggest stars in the sport. Where he goes from here, however, is unknown. The 21-year-old Greenwood, who also played for England’s national team, had charges … Read more

‘Life Goes On’ After Brazil Riots but Problems Must Be Tackled: Supreme Court Justice

'Life Goes On' After Brazil Riots but Problems Must Be Tackled: Supreme Court Justice

LISBON (Reuters) – Brazil must make sure it addresses the problems that led to the riots in Brasilia last month, including the “politicisation” of the police and the role of social media, but, for now, life goes on as usual, Supreme Court Justice Gilmar Mendes said on Friday. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of … Read more

Bengals’ Mixon Charged, Reportedly for Pointing Gun at Woman

Bengals' Mixon Charged, Reportedly for Pointing Gun at Woman

CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon has been charged in a warrant with a misdemeanor count of aggravated menacing, according to online court records posted Thursday. WCPO-TV, which obtained a copy of the warrant, reported that Mixon was accused of pointing a gun at a woman and saying, “You should be popped … Read more

‘Boom’: FirstEnergy Exec Text Revels in Landing State Plane

'Boom': FirstEnergy Exec Text Revels in Landing State Plane

Text messages presented to jurors in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati, where Householder and lobbyist Matt Borges are facing racketeering charges in an alleged $60 million bribery scheme, featured Householder telling a group of lawmakers who were out of town at an event that the aircraft was coming to get them. Michael Dowling, FirstEnergy’s since-fired … Read more

Sam Bankman-Fried in Talks to Resolve Bail Dispute, Lawyer Says

Sam Bankman-Fried in Talks to Resolve Bail Dispute, Lawyer Says

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sam Bankman-Fried is in talks with U.S. prosecutors to resolve a dispute over the FTX cryptocurrency exchange founder’s bail conditions, his lawyer said on Thursday. The judge overseeing Bankman-Fried’s criminal fraud case in federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday temporarily barred the 30-year-old former billionaire from contacting employees of FTX or … Read more

Judges Vacates Woman’s Sentence in Baby’s Neglect Death

Judges Vacates Woman's Sentence in Baby's Neglect Death

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A Bismarck woman sentenced to prison after the death of her 3-week-old baby will receive a new trial after a judge found her attorney gave her improper advice when persuading her to plead guilty. District Court Judge Daniel Borgen on Tuesday vacated the prison sentence of 27-year-old Cassandra Black Elk, who … Read more