Two white police officers who fired into the apartment of Breonna Taylor, a Black medical worker, will face no charges for her death because their use of force was justified, but a third will be charged with the wanton endangerment of her neighbors, the state attorney general said.
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Eric Trump must testify in New York probe before the election, judge rules
A New York judge on Wednesday ordered President Donald Trump's son Eric to make himself available by Oct. 7 to be interviewed under oath for a state probe into financing for properties owned by his family's company.
Tesla's stock loses charge after Musk's battery pitch
Tesla Inc shares slumped in early Wall Street trading as investors and analysts tried to make sense of Chief Executive Elon Musk's highly technical "Battery Day" presentation that set lofty targets but was hazy on near-term execution.
Playboy nears $425 million deal to return to the stock market, sources say
Playboy Enterprises is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with Mountain Crest Acquisition Corp , which would value the owner of Playboy magazine at around $425 million, including debt, people familiar with the matter said.
White House is accused of wrongly intervening to block John Bolton book
White House officials were accused on Wednesday of improperly intervening to block former national security adviser John Bolton from releasing his best-selling memoir by falsely claiming it contained classified information.
Wells Fargo CEO sorry for 'insensitive comment' on diversity
Wells Fargo & Co Chief Executive Officer Charles Scharf has apologized for making insensitive remarks around race and diversity, seeking to quell a row over his references to a shortage of talent among minority groups.
U.S. TV shows try a new election playbook: making voting part of the story
From "black-ish" to a "West Wing" reunion, television shows are using the power of entertainment in new ways to encourage more Americans to participate in the Nov. 3 election.
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