· Mounted NYPD officers patrol high-risk areas to deter looters →
The three former officers, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng, were charged with aiding and abetting murder, according to criminal complaints filed by the state of Minnesota.
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· Former 5566 member caught cheating with hostess →
According to CTWant, the former boy-band member has had a long, intimate relationship with the hostess, named Amber, driving her home several times a month.
· Intel May Be Boring, But Sometimes Boring Is Good →
In addition, there could be a recession coming or even a depression according to several economists.
The New York Times
· New Charges for Former Minneapolis Police Officers as Protests Persist →
Third-degree murder does not require an intent to kill, according to the Minnesota statute, only that the perpetrator caused someone’s death in a dangerous act “without regard for human life.”
· Senate passes bill to fix PPP loan program, sends to Trump for signature →
There are now more than 1.8 million coronavirus infections in the U.S. and more than 106,000 deaths, according to NBC News' tally.
· The protests over Breonna Taylor’s shooting death, explained →
But multiple neighbors say the officers neither knocked nor identified themselves, according to the family’s lawsuit.
The New York Times
· Trump Uses the Military to Prove His Manhood →
The United States military is, according to Gallup polling, the most trusted institution in the country.
· Trump administration to bar Chinese passenger carriers from flying to US →
China's air authority in late March said Chinese airlines could maintain just one weekly passenger flight on one route to any given country and that carriers could fly no more than the number of flights they were flying on March 12, according to the U. order.
· Intel: Detailing Potential Risk Factors →
According to leaks, there was a Lakefield-Refresh planned for the first half of 2020, but the first Lakefield products haven't even launched yet.