The fatal shooting Saturday of Australia-born Minnesota woman Justine Damond by a police officer could go unanswered for months, as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he will ask authorities in the U.S. about the “inexplicable” death. Turnbull also said his government is determined to find out what “went tragically wrong,” it was reported Wednesday.
By Susan CornwellWASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican efforts to overhaul or repeal Obamacare collapsed in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, dealing a sharp setback to President Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s seven-year quest to kill former President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law.
TONTO NATIONAL FOREST, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on deadly flash flooding in a national forest in Arizona (all times local):
A bobcat that bit a man’s hand and attacked a dog in Arizona was rabid, the Arizona Game and Fish Department said Monday. The feline was killed by the department officials after it continued to be aggressive.
By Andrew OsbornMOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday that it reserved the right to retaliate against the United States after a meeting in Washington ended without an agreement to return Russian diplomatic property the U.S. had seized.
Police in Minnesota were startled by a loud sound prior to fatally shooting an unarmed Australian woman who had called them to report a possible assault, US investigators revealed Tuesday.
Fox News chief White House correspondent John Roberts made headlines across the globe on Tuesday when he left an off-camera briefing before it was finished — but the TV veteran says it was just two friends joking around and the whole thing was blown out of proportion.
A couple who disappeared more than 70 years ago in the Swiss Alps has likely been found after two bodies emerged from a melting glacier.
By Todd MelbyMINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – Authorities and activists on Monday questioned why Minneapolis police who fatally shot an Australian woman over the weekend did not have their body cameras turned on during the incident.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An Australian woman who called 911 to report a possible assault was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer after the officer’s partner was startled by a loud sound near their squad car, the partner told investigators Tuesday.