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Detective: Brothers recounted how Jussie Smollet staged hoax

Two brothers arrested for an alleged attack on Jussie Smollett told Chicago police how the ex-“Empire” actor orchestrated the hoax, telling them via text message to meet him “on the low,” paying for supplies and holding a “dry run” in downtown Chicago, the lead investigator testified Tuesday.

France calls for European aid after 27 migrant deaths at sea

CALAIS, France – Helicopters buzzed above the waves and vessels were already scouring the cold waters when French maritime rescue volunteer Charles Devos added his boat to the frantic search for a flimsy migrant craft that foundered in the English Channel, killing at least 27.

Protesters trace route Kyle Rittenhouse took in Kenosha

The march is set to trace the route Rittenhouse took the night in August last year when he shot and killed two people and wounded a third during protests over police brutality in the southeastern Wisconsin city, according to a news release.

Officer and man he shot to death in North Bend identified

NORTH BEND, Wash. — The Snoqualmie/North Bend police officer who shot to death a 33-year-old man Tuesday night in a North Bend park joined the Eastside police department five months ago after serving as a police officer in Eastern Washington, police said.

Two men indicted on allegations related to shooting of ATF agent in Spokane

Randy Holmes, 24, faces three criminal counts in an indictment handed down Tuesday, including assaulting the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent with a deadly weapon. The agent, a man identified by the initials A.J. in the indictment, was released from the hospital shortly after the shooting. 

Troopers faulted in truck-bicyclists crash case in Nevada

LAS VEGAS  — Troopers investigating a crash last year that killed five bicyclists on a stretch of Nevada highway did not suspect the driver of the box truck that hit them was impaired, although a blood test later found he had a potentially lethal level of methamphetamine in his system, a Las Vegas television station reported.

Residents seek role in federal probe into Minneapolis police

MINNEAPOLIS — Terrance Jackson remembers driving down Lake Street in 2002 when he saw police arresting his cousin for driving with an invalid license. When he pulled over and offered to take his cousin's car home to keep it from being towed, things went badly.