9-year-old boy seriously injured in bear attack while hunting in Alaska: Troopers

9-year-old boy seriously injured in bear attack while hunting in Alaska: Troopers

(PALMER, Alaska) -- Two people, including a 9-year-old boy, were injured in a bear attack while hunting in Alaska, authorities said. The child suffered serious injuries, while a man sustained minor injuries, Alaska State Troopers said. The incident occurred Tuesday around 6:30 p.m. local time near Palmer, located about 40…
NYC opening humanitarian relief centers for asylum seekers, mayor announces

NYC opening humanitarian relief centers for asylum seekers, mayor announces

(NEW YORK) -- New York City plans to open humanitarian relief centers for asylum seekers coming from Texas and states along the southern border, Mayor Eric Adams announced Thursday. The Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Centers will offer aid to individual and family asylum seekers by providing them food, medical…
Alex Jones takes stand in 2nd defamation trial over Sandy Hook hoax claims

Alex Jones takes stand in 2nd defamation trial over Sandy Hook hoax claims

(WATERBURY, CT) -- Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is testifying in a Connecticut courtroom Thursday in a second defamation trial to determine what the InfoWars host should pay to Sandy Hook families. The tempestuous testimony was so frequently interrupted by objections and sidebar conferences at the bench, Judge Barbara Bellis at…
Indiana court allows abortions to resume as legal challenge continues

Indiana court allows abortions to resume as legal challenge continues

(NEW YORK) -- An Indiana court granted abortion providers' request for a preliminary injunction on Indiana's abortion ban, allowing abortions to resume in the state after the ban had gone into effect on Sept. 15. Plaintiffs asked the court for the temporary stop on the near-total ban until the court…
Top women law enforcement leaders talk rising crime, midterms, future of policing

Top women law enforcement leaders talk rising crime, midterms, future of policing

(NEW YORK) -- Two of the top law enforcement leadership roles in the country are now held by women. New York Police Department Commissioner Keechant Sewell and newly appointed Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle discussed making history, their partnership, rising crime, the midterms, and the future of policing in a…