Protesters marched down a street Friday in Memphis, Tenn., as authorities released police video depicting five Memphis officers beating Tyre Nichols.

Memphis releases video of fatal beating by police

Authorities on Friday released police video depicting five Memphis officers beating Tyre Nichols, a Black man whose death resulted in murder charges and provoked outrage at the country's latest instance of police brutality. Family members of Tyre Nichols pleaded for any protests to remain peaceful.

Pelosi attack video shows struggle and savage hammer swing

Paul Pelosi attends a portrait unveiling ceremony for his wife, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., in Statuary Hall at the Capitol in Washin
Video released Friday shows the husband of former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi struggling with his assailant for control of a hammer moments before he was struck in the head during a brutal attack in the couple's San Francisco home last year.

Green comet zooming our way, last visited 50,000 years ago

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This photo provided by Dan Bartlett shows comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) on Dec. 19, 2022.
A comet is streaking back our way after 50,000 years.
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Grizzlies, other NBA teams speak out on Tyre Nichols' death

Memphis Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins watched a televised interview on Friday of Tyre Nichols' mother speaking about the loss of her son, and lost control of his emotions.
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Live Updates | Release of video of Tyre Nichols' beating

The Latest on the release of a Memphis Police Department video showing the beating of Tyre Nichols, who later died.
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Memphis Grizzlies players bowed their heads in a moment of silence to honor Tyre Nichols ahead of their game Friday against the Timberwolves in Minnea

For Black Minnesota leaders and activists, Nichols' death in Memphis recalls the trauma of 2020

George Floyd's death less than three years ago informs how Black Minnesotans are digesting the nuances of the death in Memphis.

Driver in California cliff crash moved from hospital to jail

The driver of a car that plunged 250 feet (76 meters) off a treacherous cliff in northern California, injuring his two young children and his wife, was released from the hospital and jailed on suspicion of attempted murder and child abuse, authorities said Friday.

White supremacists who attacked Black DJ at bar sentenced

Four white men with white supremacist ties were sentenced in federal court in Seattle Friday for a 2018 assault on a Black DJ at a bar in the suburb of Lynnwood.

Afghan soldier seeking US asylum hopes for 'American dream'

In the months he was held in detention in Texas during his legal fight to remain in the U.S., Afghan soldier Abdul Wasi Safi thought he would eventually be returned to his home country and meet a likely death at the hands of the Taliban because of his work with the U.S. military.

DOJ appointee releases new plan for 'tenuous' Jackson water

The interim manager appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice to reform the troubled water system in Mississippi's capital city released a new financial plan Friday to change the way Jackson bills for water and spend hundreds of millions of federal relief funds paying down the system's debt.

IMSA takes North American sports cars into hybrid era

The Cadillac growls, while the Porsche and BMW scream. The Acura sounds like an Indy car, and for fun, turn your back to the track and listen carefully as the cars roar around Daytona International Speedway in a new era of IMSA sports car racing.

Oregon pins hopes on mass timber to boost housing, jobs

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Video evidence suggests Alex Murdaugh muddled timeline

Alex Murdaugh's comments to police about his whereabouts around the time his wife and son were fatally shot may not have been accurate, according to video evidence presented by prosecutors Friday at the South Carolina attorney's murder trial.
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Amazon is axing free grocery delivery for Prime members on orders less than $150.

Woman in groping case with former lawmaker speaks out

A woman who told police she was groped by a former state lawmaker and Trump fundraiser said she is outraged by him calling the incident "laughable" and said he did an about-face on his apology after she asked to dismiss the criminal charge against him.

DEA Mexico chief quietly ousted over ties to drug lawyers

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration quietly ousted its former top official in Mexico last year over improper contact with lawyers for narcotraffickers, an embarrassing end to a brief tenure marked by deteriorating cooperation between the countries and a record flow of cocaine, heroin and fentanyl across the border.

New York should pay Cuomo's legal fees in suit, judge rules

New York state should pay former Gov. Andrew Cuomo's legal bills as he defends himself against a lawsuit accusing him of sexually harassing a state trooper, a judge ruled Friday.
This photo provided by the Nichols family shows Tyre Nichols, who had a passion for photography and was described by friends as joyful and lovable.

Tyre Nichols remembered as beautiful soul with creative eye

On most weekends, Tyre Nichols would head to the city park, train his camera on the sky and wait for the sun to set.

S. Dakota GOP leader: Senator accused of harassment

South Dakota's Senate Republican leader said Friday that a committee will investigate a suspended senator for allegedly harassing a legislative aide during an exchange over childhood vaccines and breastfeeding.

Police charge 2nd teen in Iowa school shooting that killed 2

Authorities on Friday charged a second teenager with murder in the shooting deaths of two students at a Des Moines educational program.

Police warn that Oregon torture suspect is using dating apps

A man accused of torturing a woman he held captive in Oregon, and who was convicted in Nevada of keeping another woman in captivity, is using dating apps to find people who can help him avoid the police or to find new victims, authorities said Friday.
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FDA moves to ease rules for blood donations from gay men

The U.S. is moving to further ease restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men and other groups that typically face higher risks of HIV.

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