Patrick Forbes tells "Newsweek" how his new film "The Phantom" lays out how "everything that could go wrong, did go wrong" for DeLuna, who was executed in 1989.
"With these seditious remarks Comrade Flynn may have crossed the line for recall to active duty and court-martial," Yevgeny Vindman tweeted.
"I think it's a far cry from incredible words and speeches that I've heard from people like Ronald Reagan," the Florida Rep. said about tweets from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Newspaper publisher Walter Hussman Jr. reportedly said he was concerned about the "controversy of tying the UNC journalism school to the 1619 project."
The juvenile allegedly accessed Google Classrooms at Newtown High School in Connecticut and used "racial epithets in an abusive and disruptive manner," police said.
The Georgia Republican accused the Democratic Party of hating "our freedom" and "the Veterans who died defending it."
Shamblin Lara, the controversial founder of the Tennessee-based Remnant Fellowship Church, is among seven people presumed dead after a small plane crashed into a lake.
"It's so ridiculous. I can't even believe we've got to have a conversation about it, actually," Trump said.
Myeni, 29, was shot by police officers on April 19 after entering a home that wasn't his in Honolulu.
Social media users criticized a photo showing officers surrounding Eric Boykin after his arrest in Prentiss, Mississippi.
Police in the Dallas suburb were responding to a 911 call about a suicidal person when a man opened fire.
Arizona's highest court said prosecutors have until July 21 to request a warrant to execute Atwood, who was sentenced to death for the 1984 killing of an 8-year-old girl.
"Marjorie is wrong, and her intentional decision to compare the horrors of the Holocaust with wearing masks is appalling," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
The New York Department said the vehicle was pursuing a suspect who pushed through protesters on bikes on the Brooklyn Bridge and drove off with a man on the hood.
Greene has been widely condemned for her comments comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.
"Silence is complicity, and they are silent," Fred Guttenberg said of Republican leaders who haven't spoken out against Greene.
Christian Jeremyah James, 31, and Armand Caleb Legardy, 32, admitted they unlawfully bought and cashed postal money orders with thousands of dollars in California unemployment benefits.
Samuel Sinyangwe, who co-founded Mapping Police Violence, says the figure is "most likely an underestimate because more recent killings have fewer articles reporting details such as the race of the victim."
The 46-year-old Black man was killed on May 25 last year after then-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pressed a knee to his neck for more than nine minutes.
"This is a woman who thinks there are Jewish space lasers starting forest fires," said Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, on CNN.
Wilkins tweeted that staff at Le Bilboquet Atlanta, an upscale French bistro, turned him away because of his race.
"To keep this movement flourishing, to keep my brother's name ringing in the ears of everyone," Terrence Floyd said at a gathering ahead of the one-year anniversary of his brother's murder.
Johnson was in a critical condition in hospital after being shot in the head, her political party said.
Charlie Johnson was shot dead outside a nightclub hours before he had been due to graduate from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.
An officer with the department's 70th Precinct removed a manhole cover in Brooklyn and climbed in to rescue the kitten.
Acosta criticized congressional Republicans who voted against the bipartisan commission into the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, saying they were acquiescing to the former president's demands.
"I said nothing wrong," the Georgia congresswoman said about her remarks comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust.
Jones, 41, died after being given a lethal injection in Texas on May 19. Officials said a "miscommunication" led to reporters not being called to witness it.
Kirstie Alley says she was blackballed in Hollywood after her outspoken support of the former president.
Jones, 41, received the lethal injection at the Texas State Penitentiary in Huntsville for the 1999 killing of his 83-year-old great-aunt Berthena Bryant.