• Hartford Aug 17, 2020

    Teenager Accused of Spray Painting Hartford Police Cars

    A 17-year-old was arrested after officers said he spray painted several Hartford police cars early Sunday morning. The incident happened at approximately 2:40 a.m. when officers arriving at the Public Safety Complex saw many city and personally-owned cars vandalized with black spray paint, according to police. An officer saw a teenager spray painting the High Street Interstate 84 overpass while…

  • attorney Sep 15, 2019

    Ex-NFL Player Faked Racially Motivated Burglary: Police

    A man trashed his pizza restaurant and ice cream shop near Atlanta to fake a racially motivated burglary so he could file an insurance claim, police said. Gwinnett County police officers responded just before 9:30 p.m. Wednesday after a 911 call reporting a man damaging the businesses, according to a Friday news release. The caller said the man was driving...

  • China Jul 13, 2019

    Clashes Erupt as Hong Kong Protest Targets Chinese Traders

    Several thousand people marched in Hong Kong on Saturday against traders from mainland China in what is fast becoming a summer of unrest in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Violent clashes broke out at the end of the march between police and a group of mostly young protesters who say they believe peaceful demonstrations have failed to bring about change. After...

  • attorney Jul 9, 2019

    Teen Stabbed to Death, Allegedly for Playing Rap Music

    Civil rights activists are calling for a hate-crime investigation into the alleged killing of a black teenager by a white man in Peoria, Arizona. Michael Adams, 27, stabbed and killed 17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin, telling investigators that he attacked the boy because heard him listening to rap music in his car, investigators say.

  • China Jul 8, 2019

    Tens of Thousands in Hong Kong Take Message to Mainlanders

    Tens of thousands of people, many wearing black shirts and some carrying British colonial-era flags, marched in Hong Kong on Sunday, targeting a mainland Chinese audience as a month-old protest movement showed no signs of abating. Chanting “Free Hong Kong” and words of encouragement to their fellow citizens, wave after wave of demonstrators streamed by a shopping district popular with...

  • China Jul 8, 2019

    Tens of Thousands in Hong Kong Take Message to Mainlanders

    Tens of thousands of people, many wearing black shirts and some carrying British colonial-era flags, marched in Hong Kong on Sunday, targeting a mainland Chinese audience as a month-old protest movement showed no signs of abating. Chanting “Free Hong Kong” and words of encouragement to their fellow citizens, wave after wave of demonstrators streamed by a shopping district popular with...

  • Associated Press Jul 4, 2019

    Arrests in Hong Kong Raise Fears of More Violent Protests

    A Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker expressed fears Thursday that the situation could worsen after police announced the arrests of more than a dozen people following protests earlier this week. Legislative Council member Claudia Mo called on people to understand the frustration and anger of the mostly youthful protesters, even if they have technically broken the law. “I am terribly worried...

  • Associated Press Jul 7, 2016

    Trump Protester Who Rushed Stage Violated Bond: Judge

    A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a college student awaiting trial on a charge he tried to rush the stage at a Donald Trump rally violated conditions of his bond and would be placed on electronic home detention. Judge Sharon Ovington’s ruling came just hours after Wright State University student Thomas DiMassimo asked permission to go to Cleveland for the...

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