Police Officer Ray Tensing, who is accused of murdering Samuel DuBose during a traffic stop in Cincinnati, was released Thursday evening hours after his arraignment on a murder indictment.
Data is slowly starting to come in on how ISPs are handling the Windows 10 update and overall, it seems most ISPs are doing well, with a few experiencing some QoS issues. Third-party data shows that the CDNs Microsoft is using for a large percentage of downloads have so far, not experienced any performance problems. […]
Each year, tens of thousands of American children are sexually exploited. Every night, the FBI believes hundreds are sold into sex. Continue reading ? The post FBI rescued 600 kids from sexual abuse last year, calls level of trafficking ‘epidemic’ appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson was charged with resisting arrest and multiple traffic violations after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase in Missouri on July 14. The 24-year-old was "clocked by police as going as fast as 143 mph" as they gave chase in St. Show More Summary
With a growing number of spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet, NASA is beginning to worry about celestial collisions. To avoid satellite fender benders, the agency is looking to boost its Deep Space Network traffic monitoring system.
Tough guy with a badge makes a lot of threats for a routine traffic stop.
Former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing has pleaded not guilty of murder for shooting Samuel DuBose in a head during a traffic stop earlier this month. Actual residents of Zimbabwe, which suffers from 80 percent unemployment,...Show More Summary
New York Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson is facing charges of resisting arrest along with “numerous traffic violations” after refusing to pull over for a traffic stop near St. Louis earlier this month, a local prosecutor announced today. Show More Summary
WHY AUTOMATED CARS need new traffic laws. When Delphi took its prototype Audi robocar from San Francisco to New York in April, the car obeyed every traffic law, hewing to the speed limit even if that meant impeding the flow of traffic. “You can imagine the reaction of the drivers around us,” Michael Pozsar, director […]
A University of California at Berkeley student called out NBC News on Twitter on Wednesday for its poor choice of photos in a tweet about Sam DuBose, an unarmed black man fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop. NBC’s headline announced that the officer, Ray Tensing, had been indicted for murder in Dubose’s death. Show More Summary
Richardson is also facing several traffic violations in Missouri, including driving his car at 143 miles per hour.
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From the July 30 edition of Fox News' The Five: ERIC BOLLING: It's tough because look, first of all it's a tragedy, I mean, there's another instance where someone had a missing front license plate and ends up dead. If you watch - by the way, body cams, if this doesn't tell you there should be body cams on both sides of the debate. Show More Summary
Not hard to guess which of these men is alive today, is it? As you may know, University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing shot and killed an unarmed black man, Sam Dubose, after a routine traffic stop earlier this month. After shooting Dubose, Tensing and his partner concocted a story about being dragged and nearly run over by the car. Show More Summary
Allan Sergeant, 50, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Laurel Police Department on Thursday after he said an officer allegedly performed a public strip search on him during a March 2014 traffic stop.
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A black man and white man are pulled over by the police in a traffic stop. A StoryCorps short film picks up the story there.
A new button in Pinterest's iOS app makes it much easier to add those pumpkin-seed muffin recipes to your boards. Considering around 80 percent of Pinterest's traffic comes from mobile devices, it's surprising it took the company so long. Show More Summary
BMW claims to be the first carmaker to integrate a new app designed to help urban drivers anticipate traffic signals. Created by a company called Connected Signals, the EnLighten app shows the current state of a traffic light in front of the car, including a countdown showing the time until the signal changes. It analyzes vehicle speed and...