Amy Cooper, the white woman who called the cops on a Black bird-watcher while also violating a leash law in New York City’s Central Park, is now facing charges for falsely reporting an incident, according to a Monday statement issued by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance.
Jimmy John’s has fired at least one manager and several employees after staff members at a Georgia franchise were viewed using the sandwich shop’s bread dough to perform a mock lynching on social media, which many have deemed racist.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner warned Sunday that the Texas city’s hospital system is becoming “overwhelmed” with COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, Arizona’s intensive care units (ICUs) are near full capacity.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US State Department approved a potential $2 billion sale of three E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Aircraft and related equipment to France, the Defence Security Cooperation Agency said in a press release on Monday.
US-based tech companies Facebook, Twitter and Google have suspended processing demands for user data from Hong Kong authorities following Beijing’s imposition of a new national security law last week.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The Trump administration has greenlighted the first export of liquefied natural gas from the US West Coast, Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said in a statement on Monday.
A Bloomington, Indiana, resident said he was assaulted and threatened with a noose by a group of men near the shore of Lake Monroe on Saturday.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the globe, with the United States and Brazil leading in the number of both active infection cases and fatalities.