New York Police Department fires officer in Eric Garner case
Daniel Pantaleo was fired after a five-year fight over whether he used a chokehold on Garner before his death.
74% of economists in survey see US recession by end of 2021Nearly three-quarters of economists in survey see US recession by 2021
China lashes out at Taiwan over Hong Kong asylum offerChina is lashing out at Taiwan over its offer of political asylum to participants in Hong Kong pro-democracy movement
A look at the Islamic State affiliate's rise in AfghanistanA look at Islamic State group's rise in Afghanistan in wake of wedding attack and as US hopes Taliban will rein it in
Police digitally alter mugshot after witnesses said a bank robber had no facial tattoosProsecutors say the move was necessary because the suspect could have been wearing makeup. His attorney says admitting the evidence could have worrisome implications.
Priest's staff blames 'racist' dog for denying work at a church to a black housekeeperThe priest said his dog had had a bad experience with a black person so is aggressive toward strangers, especially African Americans. The Diocese of Memphis said no racial discrimination occurred.
Rep. Steve King says media, GOP leaders owe him an apology after his comments on rape, incestRep. Steve King is demanding an apology from the news media and Republican leaders after he remarked last week that humanity might not exist if not for rape and incest.
Danish PM: Trump's idea of buying Greenland is 'absurd'Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen says U.S. President Donald Trump's idea of buying Greenland from Denmark is "an absurd discussion," reiterating that the Arctic semi-autonomous Danish territory is not for sale
Three days, three caches of weapons, three potential crimes thwarted, authorities sayPolice in three states might have prevented mass shootings over the weekend by arresting a 22-year-old man from Connecticut, a 25-year-old Floridian and a 20-year-old Ohio resident, all of whom had access to firearms and ammunition and threatened dangerous action, authorities said.
Law allows Illinois to take action on climate changeGov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a law allowing Illinois to take its own action to slow climate change
Northern Indiana city outfits recreation trails with camerasA northern Indiana city has installed surveillance cameras along its network of recreation trails to help make them safer for users
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