The six women met for a dinner party despite Hull recorded the highest rolling seven-day rate of new Covid-19 cases in England.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is on a mission to prove to both Republicans and Democrats that his office can be trusted to run an honest election. “I'm a Republican through and through and never voted for a Democrat,” Raffensperger told Yahoo News. "[But] no matter what side you're on, we don't want anyone cheating. We want to make sure that it's easy to vote, but hard to steal. That's really important to us."
Riot police had to be called in after a gang of rampaging youths turned on officers, throwing objects at them and their vehicles in Halton, Leeds, on Saturday.
Blagovest Hadjigueorguiev, 30, doused PC Darral Mares and PC Alan Lenton in petrol then set the former alight as they tried to evict him from Duchy of Cornwall land in Newquay, Cornwall.
The boy was arrested in Croydon, south London, after two 15-year-old girls were stabbed on their way to school in separate incidents.
Awa Zongo, 29, was jailed for life after stabbing her housemate 30 times and pouring boiling water over her in a frenzied attack in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
The 15-year-old died in hospital after being stabbed during the brawl in Wandsworth, south-west London on Thursday (October 29).
Protests calling for an end to police brutality in the West African country of Nigeria turned deadly after soldiers in Lagos opened fire on demonstrators Tuesday, killing at least 12 people. Soldiers from a police unit called the Special-Anti-Robbery Squad, or SARS, shot at protesters who had gathered in the Lekki toll gate area of Lagos, according to Amnesty International. “[There was] no provocation whatsoever,” Chioma Agwuegbo, an activist in Nigeria, told Yahoo News. “People were just singing the national anthem and holding the flag. I have never, ever seen anything like this in my entire life.”
Nathan Cartwright, 18, became the fourth victim of the crash in Kingswinford, West Midlands, when he died from his injuries in hospital.
Jonathan Price, a Black man, was killed by a white police officer after breaking up a domestic dispute on Oct. 3 in his hometown of Wolfe City, Texas. Many people within the small town are realizing that racism is not just a big-city issue, but a country-wide problem. Now, the entire town is rallying behind Price, demanding justice and accountability by way of a murder conviction for the officer that killed a beloved man within the community.
Olivia Rose Griffin, owner of the Limbo, a tiki bar in downtown Louisville, Ky., likened the last several months to slow-motion whiplash. The coronavirus pandemic and Breonna Taylor protests have brought the local economy to a near standstill. But Griffin says that's nothing compared to lives being lost. She feels that every business has to "take a stance" on the issues that matter.
Two officers were treated in hospital after being covered in fuel during the incident in Basildon, Essex, last year.
Protesters took to the streets of downtown Louisville, Ky., Friday night as they have for months to continue pushing for justice for Breonna Taylor. Taylor, 26, was killed by police on March 13 after they entered her home while she and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, were sleeping. After months of demonstrating, supporters, led by Black women, are left grappling with the stinging aftermath of the investigation and a fractured relationship with law enforcement that, for some, may be damaged beyond repair.
The police officer, who has not yet been identified, was shot at 2.15am on Friday by a man who'd been detained at Croydon Custody Centre in South London.
The drunk driver reportedly tried to give a false name to police when he was pulled over but was recognised by an officer who remembered him from school.
Dylan Monks, of Rochester, Kent, was arrested after he posted a film of himself breaking into a car on social media.
A Black seventh grader from Colorado had the police called to his house for playing with a toy gun during virtual art class. His mom, Dani Elliott, believes that if anyone did anything wrong, it was the school, and she says they don’t understand the severity of their actions. “I could have been easily burying my son today,” she said. “I could be planning a funeral for my son because of their negligent actions.”