AMC Theatres, the world's biggest movie theater chain, said on Wednesday that it has "substantial doubt" it can remain in business after closing locations across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the letter he says he wants the zookeepers to bring the rattlesnake to him because he wants to pet it. He goes on to say he isn’t scared of the animal, in fact, he’s never scared.
A retired police captain who died during a night of violent protests was trying to protect his friend's pawn shop, his widow said.
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated America's economy and millions of workers have lost their jobs. It is by far the worst economic shock most people have witnessed in their lifetimes and it's going to get worse before it gets better.
The Arlington County Board issued a statement Monday night saying its officers were used “for a purpose not worthy of our mutual aid obligations.”
The Shiawassee County Health Department is reporting 242 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths related to the virus as of Monday, June 1.
Coronavirus patients were among more than 100,000 people evacuated from low-lying coastal areas in India's western states as a cyclone made landfall near Mumbai on Wednesday.
Nine-term Congressman Steve King of Iowa will lose his Republican primary race to state Sen. Randy Feenstra on Tuesday, CNN projected, after King's racist comments led to his ostracization in Washington and Feenstra mobilized conservative Republicans to his insurgent campaign.
Scientists believe they have identified the world's cleanest air, free from particles caused by human activity, located over the Southern Ocean, which surrounds Antarctica.
Facebook said Tuesday that it had shut down pages and accounts associated with what it said was a hate group, whose members were discussing bringing weapons to the protests that are happening across the country.
The Pentagon moved about 1,600 active-duty troops to the Washington area as the military is playing an increasing role in responding to protests in the nation's capital.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The state of Minnesota on Tuesday launched a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department in hopes of forcing widespread changes following the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white officer pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for minutes, even after he stopped moving.
In the days since President Donald Trump blamed antifa activists for an eruption of violence at protests over police killings of black people, social media has lit up with false rumors that the far-left-leaning group is transporting people to wreak havoc on small cities across America.
Undeterred by curfews, protesters streamed back into the nation's streets Tuesday, hours after President Donald Trump pressed governors to put down the violence set off by George Floyd's death and demanded that New York call up the National Guard to stop the “lowlifes and losers.”
As protests over police brutality erupt across the United States, reports are on the rise of officers responding with tear gas, rubber bullets and other forceful tactics.
Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist said police brutality is an issue that hits close to home for him. He said he’s witnesses unpleasant exchanges with authorities in the past.
A dinosaur with impressive armored plates across its back became mummified around 110 million years ago after enjoying one last meal before dying. And now we know what it ate for its last meal.
Black Americans are much less likely to trust their local police and law enforcement to look out for them and their families than others -- 36% trust the police, while 77% of white people and 69% of Americans overall said the same, according to a poll from Axios-Ipsos out Tuesday morning.
Dozens of protesters spent the night in a stranger's Washington, DC, home after he opened his door to protect them from being arrested for violating the city's curfew.
A wrestling coach from a Washington state school was fired after he posted a controversial media post defending the knee-to-neck tactic used by a Minneapolis police officer on George Floyd.
A business owner in Nebraska won't face charges for shooting and killing a man over the weekend. The business owner said he was defending himself during a physical altercation with the man he shot.
Same-sex weddings have been a boon for the wedding industry since gay marriage was legalized in 2015 -- and in the years since, it's boosted state and local economies by $3.8 billion, a new study estimates.
Jay-Z has partnered with families who have lost sons to police violence, along with fellow activists and attorneys, to take out full-page ads in newspapers across the country to honor George Floyd.
A City of Spanish Fort employee who accused the city’s mayor of slapping her last year has been fired, according to her attorney.
The Michigan Credit Union League (MCUL) and Michigan Credit Union Foundation (MCUF) are donating $10,000 each in support of those impacted by the flood.
As the nation has been rocked by the death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed, local academic leaders are calling on Mid-Michigan residents to act.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was one of three governors who testified in front of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Tuesday, June 2.
A Best Buy store in Solano County, California near Sacramento was vandalized with heavy machinery Monday night into Tuesday.
As anger and heartbreak have swept across America over the killing of yet another black man at the hands of police, CNN and "Sesame Street" are refocusing their second town hall to address racism.
Police officers in Kalamazoo were outnumbered 50-to-1 before using tear gas and chemical spray in the wee hours Tuesday to get rid of protesters and stop damage at downtown businesses, authorities said.
US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said to expect new outbreaks of the coronavirus resulting from the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd that have seen thousands of people gather in close proximity.
City Manager Dana Muscott confirmed that the City Commission approved the temporary closure of some roads in the business district to help encourage people to visit local bars and restaurants and allow for outdoor seating.
The curfew starts at 9 p.m. and ends at 6 a.m. Protesters out on the streets after curfew are subject to arrest, Mayor Lyda Krewson said.
Six Atlanta police officers have been charged over excessive use of force during a protest arrest incident involving two college students, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Four police officers were shot in downtown St. Louis amid ongoing violent protests Monday night; a shooting Police Chief John Hayden said was carried out by "cowardly" individuals.