Jane Powell, Golden Age Actress, Mourned: 'Charming, Funny and Always Game'
Powell was a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer-contracted actress who appeared in 21 feature films in her career, from 1944-1999.
Joshua Coney, a Black Man, Dragged by Texas Cops Along Concrete in Video
The veteran detective's suspension paperwork states that Coney was "unnecessarily dragged" and that he was refused medical help after asking for care.
Gabby Petito's Mom Doesn't Think Missing Daughter Sent Final Text
"Looking back now with all the facts...she believes it's not her daughter," said an attorney for Petito's family.
Trump Defends Capitol Rioters Being 'Persecuted So Unfairly' Ahead of Rally
"Our hearts and minds are with the people being persecuted so unfairly relating to the January 6th protest," the former president said.
Hospitals in 10 States Are at or Near Crisis Levels in COVID Surges
Many hospitals are being forced to consider enacting "crisis standards of care"—prioritizing patients who are most likely to survive in a disaster situation.
Eating Wild Meat Increases Risk of Zoonotic Disease Outbreaks: U.N. Report
"The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that the overexploitation of nature comes at a heavy cost," Inger Andersen, the UNEP executive director, said.
Nicki Minaj Says White House Invited Her to Discuss COVID After Viral Tweet
According to Minaj's Wednesday tweet, she has accepted an invitation to discuss her vaccine views at the White House.
Minaj's Vaccine Side Effect Claims False, Says Trinidad & Tobago Minister
"As far as we know at this point in time, there has been no such reported either side effect or adverse event," said the Trinidad & Tobago minister of health.
Tennessee School Kids to Be Charged With Vandalism Over TikTok Trend
"As you can imagine, this is both gross (pandemic, restroom germs, etc.) and frustrating for our custodial crew," a Tennessee school principal said.
Right-Wing Pastor Greg Locke Says Twitter Banned Him for Being 'a Danger'
"Can you believe it, they banned a pastor, they banned a pastor...on Twitter, because I'm a danger," Locke said.
Miami Top Cop, 'Michael Jordan of Police Chiefs,' Under Fire From City
City commissioners have called a meeting for September 27 to question Acevedo about his performance and potentially debate his future status on the job.
Georgia Prisons Deny Violating Civil Rights as DOJ Investigates 44 Deaths
The DOJ will investigate whether or not Georgia's prison facilities provide adequate protection for their incarcerated population against other prisoners.
84% of Groups in Armed Demonstrations Are Right-Wing Actors Like Proud Boys
"Guns aren't just tools of intimidation and violence, they are often how extremist groups message and recruit," said Everytown for Gun Safety's Justin Wagner.
Robert Durst Jury to Start Deliberations in Murder Trial
Durst drew massive public attention as the subject of a 2015 HBO true-crime docu-series, "The Jinx," in which he allegedly confessed to killing his wife.
Ohio Man Gets 20 Years for Attempting to Plan a Hate Crime With ISIS
Joseph eventually advanced from spreading violent messages online to planning a real-life violent attack on Jewish community members near his home.
Blinken Baffled as Perry Asks About Hunter Biden at Afghanistan Hearing
Rep. Scott Perry continually pressed Blinken to comment on Hunter Biden and unrelated matters during testimony on the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Alaska Democrat Says GOP Causing COVID Deaths by Discouraging Vaccine
"Anti-vaccine rhetoric clearly has contributed to lower vaccination rates, much higher rates of Covid spread, and deaths," Fields told Newsweek.
9,000 Gallons of Fuel Spilled on Highway After Tanker Crash, 3 Hospitalized
Although there appeared to be no damage to the road, both northbound and southbound lanes of North Carolina Highway 87 were closed down after the crash.
Airlines and Amtrak Could Require Proof of Vaccine if New Bill Passes
"Requiring airport and Amtrak travelers and employees to provide a proof of COVID vaccine or negative test is just common sense," Representative Don Beyer said.
VA Man Who Posted He Was 'Feeling Cute' During Capitol Riot Pleads Guilty
The rioter posted a picture of himself the morning of January 6 with the caption: "Feelin cute...might start a revolution later, IDK – in Capitol Hill."
Man Arrested Making Military Grade Explosives in Home Lab for 'Apocalypse'
Police said the 44-year-old Middletown man had no training in handling highly volatile, highly explosive material used in making explosives.
Nursing Home Resident Loses Leg Due to Conditions for Ida Evacuees
"People wouldn't even do that to their dog. So how could they do that to our loved ones? How could they do that?" the resident's wife said.
Bill to Decertify Officers Fired for Misconduct Passes California Senate
"The time is now to create a fair and transparent decertification system in California," bill author Senator Steven Bradford said.
One of the World's Oldest Penguins Dies at the Oregon Zoo at 31
"It's an incredibly sad day for his care team and for everyone who spent time with this amazing bird," one of the penguin's caretakers said.
Man's Sign Outside ICU Window Kept COVID Positive Wife Fighting to Live
"The nurses would sit me up in the bed and let me look out the window, let me see he was there at 8 a.m. and I knew, 'OK, we're going to do this,'" Donna said.
Actor Pleads Guilty To $650M Ponzi Scheme, Faking Netflix And HBO Deals
Horwitz admitted to collecting "loans" if of between $35,000 and $1.5 million per movie deal. He promised exorbitant returns of 25 to 40 percent.
11 Year Old Survived Family Massacre By Playing Dead, Police Say
After the gunman came out with his hands up, police heard cries for help and ran in to retrieve the injured child, according to law enforcement.
Woman With Trouble Breathing Has Surgery Delayed Due to COVID Patients
"I was really counting on feeling better," writer Betsy Phillips told Newsweek of her postponed surgery.
Trump Slams GOP Sen. Toomey Who Asked Colleagues Not to Back Trump for 2024
"The only reason Senator 'Gloomy' Pat Toomey is not running for the Senate in Pennsylvania is that I would not give him an endorsement," Trump wrote.
Here's What Jill Biden Earns Working as a Teacher Outside the White House
"Teaching isn't just what I do, it's who I am," Dr. Jill Biden has said. Now, the first lady is making history as she returns to the classroom.