A foreign armed force to fight gangs makes many in Haiti celebrate, while others worry

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Foreigners with guns are met with hostility in most countries in the world. But the departure of armed soldiers and policeRead More

Man accused of breaking into home, stealing margarita

 HAZELWOOD, Missouri (KMOV) — A 31-year-old man is accused of breaking into a Missouri home and stealing a margarita from the refrigerator. Torian Bronner, ofRead More

‘Tiger King’ animal trainer ‘Doc’ Antle gets suspended sentence for wildlife trafficking in Virginia

WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — An animal trainer featured in the popular Netflix series “Tiger King” has received a suspended two-year sentence after being convicted of wildlifeRead More

Hate returning packages? Uber will now do it for you

New York (CNN) — Uber is looking to help with a much-dreaded chore: returning packages. The rideshare giant unveiled a new product update Wednesday that takesRead More

The suspect in the killing of Tupac Shakur appears in court for the first time

Las Vegas (CNN) — The 60-year-old man arrested last week in the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur appeared in court for the first time Wednesday in LasRead More

Biden presses student debt relief as payments resume after the coronavirus pandemic pause

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden announced another wave of federal student loan forgiveness on Wednesday as borrowers brace for payments to restart after aRead More

Thousands of US health care workers go on strike in multiple states over wages and staff shortages

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Picketing began Wednesday morning at Kaiser Permanente hospitals as some 75,000 health care workers go on strike in Virginia, California andRead More

GM, Ford lay off 500 more workers, blaming strike

New York (CNN) — General Motors and Ford are laying off 500 additional workers between them, blaming the expansion of the strike announced by theRead More

5 people were wounded in a shooting after a homecoming event at Morgan State University in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (AP) — A shooting interrupted a homecoming week celebration at Baltimore’s Morgan State University on Tuesday, wounding five people and prompting an hourslong lockdownRead More

Pope Francis suggests for first time some people in same-sex unions could be blessed

Rome (CNN) — Pope Francis has suggested for the first time that people in same-sex unions could be blessed by Catholic priests on a “case-by-case”Read More