Louisville police officer defends his role in Breonna Taylor case in mass email to department
Jon Mattingly, one of the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor, wrote a letter to his colleagues taking aim at city officials amid speculation that a decision will soon be reached in the case of Taylor’s death.
Nancy Pelosi, Steve Mnuchin reach deal on continuing resolution to avoid government shutdown
FBI, DHS warn that foreign hackers will likely spread disinformation around election results
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warned Tuesday that foreign malicious hackers will likely attempt to spread disinformation around election results later this year.
Harrisburg Republicans seek to block extended mail-in ballot deadline
GOP leaders argue that the state’s highest court overstepped its authority in a ruling extending the deadline for some mail-in ballots.
Facebook vows to restrict users if U.S. election descends into chaos: FT
- Facebook Inc will take aggressive measures to "restrict the circulation of content" on its platform if November's presidential election descends into chaos or violent civic unrest, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday citing a company executive. The company had drawn up plans for how to handle a range of outcomes, including widespread civic unrest or "the political dilemmas" of
Parents charged over teen party that sparked coronavirus concerns, led Mass. school to go remote
A couple in Massachusetts who allegedly allowed their high school-aged kid to throw a bash with alcohol and a “complete lack” of coronavirus precautions face…
Hollywood unions announce broad deal to allow movie production to resume
A group of Hollywood unions on Monday announced a deal wit...
The Borgias' Francois Arnaud comes out as bisexual
The actor, 35, took to Instagram to speak candidly about his sexuality on Sunday, as he said he wanted to combat stigma.
GOP senators in tight races embrace sharply different Supreme Court strategies
Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) told Breitbart News during a conference call on Tuesday that the Supreme Court confirmation fight will serve as a "catapult" for President Donald Trump and vulnerable Senate Republicans facing reelection.
Exclusive: Wells Fargo CEO ruffles feathers with comments about diverse talent
Wells Fargo & Co Chief Executive Charles Scharf exasperated some Black employees in a Zoom meeting this summer when he reiterated that the bank had trouble reaching diversity goals because there was not enough qualified minority talent, two participants told Reuters.
University of California Unfairly Admitted 64 Connected Students Over Last Six Years, Audit Finds
A California state audit finds that the University of California wrongly admitted at least 64 wealthy students over the past six years as “favors to donors, family, and friends.”
Bloomberg pays fines for 32,000 felons in Florida so they can vote
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has reportedly raised more than $16 million in an effort to help convicted felons in Florida register to vote.