The Alabama high school band director shocked with a stun gun after a football game last week in front of dozens of students was "just doing my job," he said Wednesday.
Police officers in Birmingham told Johnny Mims, the band director at Minor High School, to tell his band to stop playing about 20 minutes after the end of a football game on Sept. 14. The band was in the midst of playing music for a "fifth quarter."
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former Trump White House aide who delivered bombshell testimony to the congressional committee that investigated the Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021, has alleged that she was groped by Rudy Giuliani on the day of the riot in Washington.
Hutchinson in her forthcoming book described meeting with Giuliani backsta
WASHINGTON — The Senate confirmed one military nominee to a new post on Wednesday and is set to approve two more, maneuvering around a months-long hold by Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., in protest over a Department of Defense policy.
In nursing school, Norah Lusk already knew she wanted to work with sexual assault survivors. She had seen how this part of the health care system was “sorely lacking” through victim-blaming, long wait times and a shortage of specialized practitioners.
WASHINGTON − Biden administration officials this week downplayed the background of five Iranian men freed in the U.S. as part of a prisoner swap with Tehran, saying they were charged with or convicted of committing only “non-violent crimes.”
A woman allegedly gave birth on the floor at a 50 Cent concert earlier this month in Washington state.
Medics on duty at the RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater went to assist the unnamed person when they say she “appeared to be in distress,” as Page Six reports. It was quickly determined that the woman in question was in labor and was apparently too far along to be transported to a medical facility.
Whoopi Goldberg balked at a joke about singer Taylor Swift doing more to stimulate the American economy than President Joe Biden has, insisting that people were “in better shape” now than they were four years ago.
Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) presided over the Senate on Wednesday wearing a short-sleeve shirt, no tie, and shorts days following the controversial decision to stop enforcement of the chamber’s dress code.
Ukrainian officials suspended trans-identifying American junior sergeant Sarah Ashton-Cirillo from duties as a military spokesperson for the Eastern European nation after Ashton-Cirillo said critics of U.S. involvement in Ukraine’s ongoing war with Russia would be “hunted down.”
The teen boy who filmed his friend driving into a retired police chief, killing him, was arrested Tuesday, Las Vegas officials said.
The passenger and teen driver are both facing murder charges after the disturbing video of the killing came to light, officials said Tuesday at a press conference. The 17-year-old who was driving the car was previously arrested last month.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) set up votes on a trio of key military nominations after Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) threatened to force action that would begin to crack the months-long standoff over a Pentagon abortion policy.
Video streaming platform Rumble went public on Wednesday with a statement, revealing that they had received a letter from the U.K.’s Parliament demanding they demonetize Russell Brand over recent accusations of sexual misconduct — and they had refused to comply.
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland became visibly upset after a House lawmaker pressed him about the FBI producing a memo earlier this year that labeled so-called Radical-Traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists.
During a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Garland faced a barrage of questions over the Biden Administration’s actions over the last two years.
A federal judge rejected a request from Hunter Biden’s legal team this week to allow the president’s son to make his arraignment on federal gun charges through a video conference instead of having to show up in person.
U.S. Magistrate Judge from the District of Delaware Christopher Burke rejected the request in an order on Wednesday afternoon.
Federal officials have declared Yellowstone River fish too toxic for human consumption after a train derailment that occurred back in June.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) issued a consumption advisory on Tuesday afternoon declaring the discovery of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) across multiple fish species. MFWP stated that the source of the toxins remains unknown. MFWP advised that no fish from the river be consumed anywhere, even beyond their advisory area.
Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis unveiled his energy agenda during an event in Midland, Texas, on Wednesday, promising that his policies will bring back $2 gas and turn the United States into the world’s leading energy producer.
DeSantis made the announcement after previously rolling out his plan to deal with the border crisis in June, his plan to fix the U.S. military in July, and his plan to make America economically independent in August.
DeSantis’ energy plan — dubbed “Freedom to Fuel” —
Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) estranged husband asked the public in a social media post to be nice to Boebert as she faces fallout from a video that emerged of her being thrown out of a theater after she and another man were causing a disturbance and appear to have been groping each other.
The Beckhams have been married for 24 years and share four children togetherVictoria Beckham said she and husband David Beckham used to meet up in parking lots when they first began dating in the late ‘90s, because she was told by her manager to keep their relationship quiet.