A powerful supercell thunderstorm traveled more than 200 miles Friday night, from Arkansas to Kentucky, and likely spawned several large, strong tornadoes across four states.
Former Empire series actor Jussie Smollett is guilty of staging a hoax hate crime against himself and then falsely reporting it to police, a jury ruled last night, nearly three years after the hoax was carried out.
President Biden has tried to enforce a mandatory vaccination policy by directing private employers with over 100 employees to require vaccinations for all employees.
The city’s only In-N-Out location at 333 Jefferson Street in Fisherman’s Wharf was closed by the San Francisco Department of Public Health last Thursday because employees “were not preventing the entry of Customers who were not carrying proper vaccination documentation,” according to a statement from the burger chain.
Judge sets Darrell Brooks’ bail at $5 million cash following the Waukesha Christmas parade attack
After over 1000 days in confinement, China has released detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor and they are back in Canada.