World soccer governing body FIFA announced 16 host cities for 2026 World Cup on Thursday, including 11 cities in the U.S., three in Mexico and two in Canada.
A 26-year-old Black woman was shot multiple times by Kansas City police in a case drawing national attention.
The KCXL radio station near Kansas City, Missouri, is paid $5,000 a month to air Radio Sputnik, a program funded by the Russian government.
The eagle is now recovering after it was taken to a wildlife sanctuary buy police.
"The community now knows some of the terrible details of the death of this 6-year-old child. It takes our breath away," the prosecutor said.
The felony charges came just weeks after the suspect helped speak out against sexual content in books in a local school district.
Some local government officials have questioned whether the attorney general is filing the lawsuits to bring more publicity to his U.S. Senate campaign.
"There is no excuse that can justify the DOJ's silence," the group's open letter read. "This is not a select group of bad apples within KCKPD."
"We worry that we are headed toward this perfect storm," said Dr. Alex Garza, a co-leader of the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force.
"We are seeing a dramatic rise in cases, not just in Wyandotte County, but across the metro. We are concerned," said a county health expert.
Strickland, 62, won't qualify for compensation from the state of Missouri after a judge ruled he was wrongfully conviction for a triple murder in 1979.
After being terminated for conduct violations in 2020, Lionel Womack was shot and killed Monday after disarming and threatening two Kansas City officers.
Strickland, who was convicted in 1979, has long maintained he was home watching television on the night of the murders.
The detective was the first white Kansas City police officer since 1942 to face a criminal trial in the shooting death of a Black man.
"I miss my baby, and this just did not have to be," the mother of Cameron Lamb said after officer Eric DeValkenaere was found guilty of killing her son.
Attorneys for Kevin Strickland will argue his case in an evidentiary hearing after legal procedures and canceled hearings resulted in months of delays.
A medical examiner reported that Darryl Gillard, 28, had been stabbed more than 30 times.
The display at Missouri's State Capital building outlined the fight for rights by the LGBTQ community in Kansas City.
Ben Anderson, 42, from Cameron, Missouri, almost died from the disease, adding that "this is not the sniffles."
Some restaurant owners said that requiring proof of vaccination from customers is better than reducing capacity.
"The investigations are necessary because I see no leadership from the chief of police," said Pastor Darron Edwards.
These findings are just one piece of evidence that U.S. health authorities will consider when deciding if and when a booster dose will be needed.
CDC data shows that the weekly average number of daily cases has continued to increase over the past week. As of Monday, the U.S. was averaging at least 53,772 daily new COVID-19 cases.
The handcrafted "uniforms" donned by each newborn featured an array of crocheted shorts, gold medals, swim caps, headbands and jerseys made by the nurses.
The lawsuit accuses detective Eric DeValkanaere of violating Lamb's civil rights when he ran onto Lamb's property without a warrant and fatally shot Lamb.
A TikTok showing a females-only gym has viewers debating whether its policies empower women or discriminate against men.
Tityana Coppage, 21, has been charged in relation to the fatal shooting of Keith Lars. Her 16-year-old brother was killed a few days prior.
Keiajah Brooks told the president of Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners: "You age like trash when you're racist."
The attorney for the pregnant woman said: "Why was it necessary to handcuff and to put a knee on a pregnant woman's back when she is nine months pregnant? What sort of monsters would do that to a pregnant woman?"
Thom Brennaman allegedly referred to Kansas City, Missouri as "one of the [expletive] capitals of the world" Wednesday night.