Alleged Waukesha parade killer Darrell Brooks strips off shirt in court

The man accused of plowing his SUV through the Waukesha Christmas parade in Wisconsin killing six people last year disrupted his trial proceedings by stripping off his shirt and sticking a sign down his pants. Darrell Brooks, who is representing himself, was once again up to his bizarre antics ahead of opening statements Thursday, just … Read more

Outrage as UN debate on China’s alleged Xinjiang abuses rejected | Uighur News

The UN Human Rights Council has voted not to debate the treatment of the Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities in China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang even after the UN’s human rights office concluded the scale of the alleged abuses there may amount to “crimes against humanity“. The motion for a debate on the issue … Read more

Giants down WR Kadarius Toney, OLB Azeez Ojulari vs. Packers

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ — The New York Giants left several key players, including wide receiver Kadarius Toney and outside linebacker Azeez Ojulari, in New Jersey when they traveled to London for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Toney (hamstring), Ojulari (calf), wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee), rookie cornerback Cor’Dale Flott (calf) and defensive lineman … Read more

Kathy Hochul tells Biden CHIPS Act counters GOP claim

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul was caught on a hot mic Thursday telling President Biden that Democrats ought to try to score partisan points with the bipartisan $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act. “This allows us to push back at the Republican narrative that we’re tax and spend and not pro-business,” Hochul told Biden after … Read more

Viking cruise ship can’t finish voyage: Mississippi River is too low

(CNN) — A Viking river cruise ship heading north up the Mississippi River can’t finish its voyage because of low water levels, according to a statement from the company on Thursday. “Unusually low water levels along the Mississippi River have caused sections of the river to be closed, impacting all northbound and southbound shipping traffic,” … Read more

Tom Brady says shoulder ‘feels great,’ he will play Sunday

TAMPA, Fla. — Despite experiencing some discomfort in his right shoulder and finger that forced him to miss practice Wednesday, quarterback Tom Brady said he will play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons as the 2-2 Buccaneers try to secure their first home win of the season. “It feels great,” Brady said Thursday with a smile. … Read more

Swedish probe finds signs of ‘detonations’ at Nord Stream leak sites

A Swedish investigation of leaks in two Russian natural gas pipelines that run under the Baltic Sea to Europe found evidence that “detonations” caused extensive damage, strengthening suspicions of “serious sabotage.” Sweden’s Security Service said ​Thursday ​that it had seized evidence ​of what caused the ruptures in Nord Stream 1 and 2 ​last week but … Read more

Bears’ Justin Fields has ‘gotten better each week,’ OC says

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields ranks last in the NFL in completions (34), attempts (67), passer rating (58.7) and interception percentage (6). As a team, Chicago is 32nd in total passing and passing yards per game and is at the bottom of other statistical passing categories, including the fewest first downs … Read more

Area near hotel considered very dangerous as police negotiate with suspect

Dearborn police update Hampton Inn shooting situation Police are providing an update after a shooter opened fire at the Hampton Inn on Michigan Avenue in Dearborn. DEARBORN, Mich. (FOX 2) – A suspected shooter is barricaded inside the Dearborn Hampton Inn as police continue negotiations after one person was shot. Police said the suspect, who … Read more