The inmate left his cell to ask for food as he had not been fed for around eight hours, according to the Human and Civil Rights Coalition of Georgia.
The 5-year-old girl was reported missing from her home in Tennessee on June 15.
Attorneys representing Zane Michael Floyd asked a judge to allow enough time to investigate the effects of the untested sequence of drugs that prison officials want to use to execute him.
Texas officials have been asked to grant a 30-day stay of execution for John Hummel, whose execution is scheduled for June 30.
Videos posted on social media showed massive plumes of smoke billowing into the air outside Elephant and Castle Station in London.
Police in Rochester, New York, said hundreds of people were in the parking lot of a Walmart when gunfire erupted.
The driver sped off after deputies had responded to a call about people passed out in a car sitting in the middle of the roadway.
The 27-year-old groom in India reportedly called off the wedding because the bride's family hadn't served mutton curry.
Berry, 31, also draped a T-shirt with the words "Activist Athlete" over her head as the "The Star-Spangled Banner" played while she was on the podium during the U.S. Olympic track and field trials.
"We're going to have to get used to this going forward," Kristie Ebi, a professor at the University of Washington, said as temperatures in the Pacific Northwest reached record highs.
Mack, 38, called the leader of the group a "twisted man" in a letter apologizing to those she harmed.
Greene attacked the Democratic congresswoman as she warmed up the crowd at former president Donald Trump's rally in Ohio.
Deputy Sheriff Patrick Ficke saved the toddler's life after conducting a routine traffic stop on a vehicle that was driving erratically.
A wing of the Champlain Tower in Surfside, Florida, crumpled, killing at least one person and trapping residents in rubble.
Lori Lightfoot won a historic victory after a mayoral campaign that focused on police accountability and reform. Critics say she has failed to live up to her promises.
At least one person has reportedly died after a 12-story tower partially collapsed in Surfside, Florida. Search-and-rescue efforts are still underway.
The bodies of 9-year-old Destiny Hogan and her 7-year-old sister, Daysha, were pulled from the water in Lauderhill, Florida, several hours apart on June 22.
Scott's family is "extremely disappointed" by a Texas grand jury's decision not to charge the detention officers involved in the Black man's death, its attorney said.
A campaign is calling on Antelope Valley schools to cancel its contract, worth around $1.7 million a year, with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
"I think every single day that Biden messes up our nation, I think it further incentivizes my father and frankly, our entire family, to do it again," the former president's second son said.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez posted a tweet criticizing the company after a Twitter user shared a photo of a sign in a drive-thru location: "Effectively immediately, we will not be open until 7:00 a.m. I am sorry about this, but we just don't have enough employees."
Brittany Wicklein's remains were found in South Fulton, Georgia, hours after the 31-year-old was reported missing.
Lynch, 25, was fatally shot by a Virginia Beach police officer on the city's oceanfront on March 26.
Police said the gunman forced his way into the family's apartment in Houston, Texas, and opened fire.
"We as her family don't run her estate anymore. It was taken away from us & given to white people," the singer's granddaughter RéAnna Simone Kelly tweeted.
Richard Scott William Hutchinson weighed just 11.9 oz when he was born 131 days before his due date.
Shapiro was responding to a tweet that listed answers proferred by New York City's Democratic mayoral candidates when asked what they would ban if elected.
The winning numbers in Saturday night's Powerball drawing were 4, 22, 35, 38 and 39. The Powerball was 20 and the Power Play was X2.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law after Congress voted to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.