A University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man has been charged with murder after a grand jury investigation, the Hamilton County prosecutor said on Wednesday. Prosecutor Joseph Deters, speaking bluntly...Show More Summary
We’d all like to think there’s a model of perfect work-life balance: you’re killing it at the office, then continue to be a rockstar when you come home. But that frantic, unbalanced feeling you get when you constantly stumble? That means you’re doing it right. Read more...
Welltok, developers of the CaféWell Health Optimization Platform that guides and incentivizes consumers, announced today the appointment of Brian Garcia as chief technology and product officer. With an established reputation for bringing...Show More Summary
For a capital city, Brussels doesn't have many grande dame hotels. One exception is the Beaux Arts style Wiltcher?s, which was built in 1911 on the posh Avenue Louise, was later used as an office building, then became a Conrad and was taken over by German chain Steigenberger in January 2013. Show More Summary
Sam Dubose got his face blown of by University of Cincinnati Officer Ray Tensing during a traffic stop, and the community is waiting for the video to be released. The city is preparing for riots. Gee, I wonder why? UPDATE: Officer is...Show More Summary
It began Monday with a ridiculous claim : The bench trial is underway for the man accused of murdering a Chicago police officer with his own weapon. Attorneys presented their opening statements just before noon at the Criminal Courts Building. Show More Summary
UC shooting body camera footage was released today. Ray Tensing, a University of Cincinnati campus police officer, was indicted on murder charges for shooting and killing Samuel DuBose earlier this month. Tensing, is white, DuBose was black – facts which have prompted Cincinnati riots concerns. Show More Summary
#BlackLivesMatter Sam Dubose Shooting University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing is currently facing murder charges for the unarmed shooting death of a black man. Sam Dubose, 43, was fatally shot in the head by Officer Tensing during a traffic
President's office says Taliban leader died in 2013 in Pakistan and asks armed opposition groups to join peace process.
Cops: they're a tough crowd. A 26-year-old software engineer is behind bars following a bizarre standoff in Vancouver, Washington, on Sunday afternoon that ended with his ?playing the banjo for local police officers. Police said Andrew...Show More Summary
The two movie stars meet again at the box office this weekend.
Theresa May rejected Independence Party leader proposal to call in the British Army to prevent migrants in Calais from entering the UK.
The facilities are popping up all over the country, offering remote employees generous perks and lifestyle benefits.
CINCINNATI (AP) -- A University of Cincinnati officer who shot a motorist during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate has been indicted on murder charges, a prosecutor said Wednesday, adding that the officer "purposely killed...Show More Summary
Newly released video shows a breathtaking attack on two unarmed British police officers by a frenzied man wielding a large knife.
On Wednesday, the Afghan president’s office and intelligence agency officials confirmed that Mullah Omar, the longtime leader of the Taliban, had died. If the news is true, Omar's death would be an important moment for Afghanistan. He rose from an anti-Soviet Islamist fighter in the 1980s to supreme leader of the Taliban while it ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to […]
Mohammad Abdulazeez had white powder under his nose and officers smelled booze and weed when they arrested him April 20.
President Obama has signed a bill renaming a Bronx post office in honor of the late New York Congressman Herman Badillo.
Categories: We said last week that we would take a look at some of the activities to keep procurement practitioners busy if you’re stuck in the office through the long, hot (?) summer. As there are fewer meetings, conferences or other...Show More Summary
The University of Cincinnati will cancel classes and close its offices at two campuses as the city on Wednesday braces for the possible fallout from grand jury action in the case of a white university police officer who shot and killed a black motorist during a traffic stop two weeks ago.