US fees 4 Kentucky law enforcement officials in Breonna Taylor homicide

WASHINGTON, August 4 (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors on Thursday charged four current and former Louisville, Kentucky police officers with their roles in the 2020 raid that killed Breonna Taylor, a black woman, is in her home in a case that has sparked nationwide protests. The charges represent the latest effort by the Justice Department to … Read more

Tesla shareholders comply with board suggestions at annual assembly

August 4 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Shareholders voted on the board’s recommendations on most issues at the company’s annual meeting on Thursday, including re-electing directors, passing a stock split, and reject proposals that focus on environment and governance. The votes for three of the 13 proposals did not follow the board’s recommendations, according to … Read more

Mistrial denied as jury weighs damages towards Alex Jones in Sandy Hook defamation trial

August 4 (Reuters) – A Texas judge dismissed Alex Jones’ suggestion of a misdemeanor case on Thursday as grand jury discussions resumed in a defamation case over claims made by the court. American conspiracy theorist’s false statement about the Sandy Hook mass shooting. The claim falsifies after revealing during a two-week trial that Jones’ attorney … Read more

US Cryptocurrency Firm Nomad $190 Million Stolen

Cryptocurrency representations in this illustration are taken, January 24, 2022. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / Illustration / Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Aug. 2 (Reuters) – U.S. crypto firm Nomad has been hit by a $190 million heist, blockchain researchers said on Tuesday, the latest heist to attack. digital … Read more

Conspiracy web site InfoWars information for chapter of dad or mum firm

July 29 (Reuters) – The parent company of far-right conspiracy website InfoWars filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Friday as the company and founder Alex Jones face damages of up to up to $150 million in a trial for longstanding misconduct he committed about the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. Filing for bankruptcy by InfoWars’ … Read more

Biden nominated legal professional to defend abortion rights in US Supreme Courtroom case for federal decide

July 29 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden on Friday nominated an attorney to represent the Mississippi clinic that was at the heart of a U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn a pregnancy abortion decision. Roe v.’s 1973 turning point. Wade to become a federal appeals court judge. Biden’s latest list of nine new judicial candidates … Read more

The US SEC provides Alibaba to the listing of Chinese language corporations dealing with the chance of delisting

July 29 (Reuters) – Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (9988.HK)is on a list of Chinese companies that could face delisting, the US Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday, pushing the e-commerce giant’s shares down about 9%. in midday trading. Alibaba is among more than 270 New York-listed Chinese companies identified as being at risk of … Read more

The alleged 1965 Bob Dylan case for sexual abuse of a minor dropped

The litigation against Bob Dylan—Brought by a woman identified as JC, who claimed that the singer-songwriter prepared to sexually abuse her in 1965 when she was 12 years old — has since been dropped, as Billboards report and Pitchfork can confirm. The news comes shortly after Dylan’s lawyers accused JC of destroying evidence after she … Read more

Former Minnesota officers convicted on federal expenses in George Floyd case

July 27 (Reuters) – Two former Minneapolis police officers were convicted on Wednesday of federal charges stemming from the murder of George Floyd, the Black man who was killed when their colleague Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck during an arrest. At a hearing in St. Paul, Minnesota, US District Judge Paul Magnuson sentenced Tou … Read more

Unique: Cassava Sciences faces US legal investigation associated to Alzheimer’s drug, sources say

WASHINGTON, July 27 (Reuters) – The US Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into Cassava Sciences Inc. (SAVA.O) regarding whether the biotech company manipulated research results for its experimental Alzheimer’s drug, two people familiar with the investigation said. Justice Department employees are conducting an investigation into Austin, Texas-based Cassava, which examines whether companies or … Read more