New audio of police interviews sheds light on police probe of fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor

Previously unheard audio of interviews from the investigation of the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor reveals new details about the events leading to her death, as well as the sympathetic approach investigators took while scrutinizing one of their own. In the interview with Louisville police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who led the late-night raid in […]

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Chinese foreign minister says U.S. ties worst since 1979, calls for ‘peaceful coexistence’

Relations between the United States and China have hit their lowest point since diplomatic ties were re-established in 1979, China’s top diplomat said Thursday. Foreign Minister Wang Yi also said China had “never intended to challenge or replace the U.S.,” adding that the world’s two largest economies should “explore ways for peaceful coexistence.” The conciliatory […]

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Man charged with manslaughter in death of Denise Pflum 34 years after she vanished from Connersville, Indiana in 1986

More than three decades after 18-year-old Denise Pflum disappeared from her hometown of Connersville, Indiana on Good Friday in 1986, a man has been arrested and charged in her death. The Fayette County Sheriff’s Department announced in a press release Thursday that “Shawn M. McClung is charged with Voluntary Manslaughter, resulting from the investigation into […]

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Death of Robert Fuller, Black man found hanging from tree in L.A. area, ruled suicide

Southern California authorities on Thursday said the case on the death of Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old Black man found hanging from a tree last month is a clear case of suicide. “Linear scars” on Fuller’s left wrist are “strongly suggestive of prior suicidal ideation,” the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner’s report by Dr. […]

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