close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for November 28 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A mother has been charged with murder in the stabbings of two small children in a Bronx apartment, police said Monday. Dimone Fleming, 22, is accused of killing 11-month-old Octavius Fleming-Canada and 3-year-old Dashawn Fleming, who were found with multiple stab wounds on Saturday in the apartment in the Mount Hope neighborhood were the family had been living. The children were pronounced dead at a hospital. Fleming, the boys' mother, was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation and arrested there Sunday, police said in a news release. It wasn't clear if Fleming had an attorney who could comment on the charges against her. 2 NY CHILDREN FATALLY STABBED IN BRONX APARTMENT Fleming’s father, Dwane Fleming, told the Daily News that his daughter was suffering from postpartum … [Read more...] about NYC woman charged with fatally stabbing 2 small children in Bronx apartment
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close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for November 28 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. An Atlanta-area woman has been arrested on murder charges after investigators say she killed one of her twin 4-year-old daughters and set fire to her apartment to conceal the death, burning the other twin. Nicole Jackson, 27, was arrested Friday by East Point police and remains jailed in Fulton County with no bail set. She's charged with malice murder, felony murder, two counts of first degree cruelty to children and criminal attempt to commit murder . Jackson waived a preliminary court appearance on Saturday. It's unclear if Jackson has a lawyer would could speak on her behalf. During a Monday news conference, East Point Police Chief Shawn Buchanan wouldn't comment on how the first daughter may have died, but emphasized Jackson has been charged with murder. Buchanan said the mother appeared to have … [Read more...] about Atlanta mother charged with murder after daughter found dead in fire
(CNN) From the very beginning of his presidency, Joe Biden has pledged to make sure communities hit hardest by Covid-19 will receive sound information about the virus and access to vaccinations. "Equity (and) equality" remain "at the heart" of the government's responsibility, Biden said at a White House briefing last summer. "We need to go to community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oftentimes, door to door -- literally knocking on doors." But some of the small groups representing communities of color that were contracted as part of a National Institutes of Health Covid-19 outreach project tell CNN they have not been paid properly. The end is near: The new pandemic data looks promising -- for some, anyway "We lost trust in the system," said Venus Ginés, president of Día de la Mujer Latina, who said the NIH effort has been "poorly managed from the beginning" and "poorly executed." "It's a very lousy system, … [Read more...] about NIH needed help reaching communities of color about Covid-19, but grassroots groups say they were not paid properly
Yosemite is unequivocally one of the most beautiful places on planet Earth. And virtual Yosemite is unequivocally not. That's what I learned on a reticent recent trip to the tourist magnet that is Ghirardelli Square to try "Experience Yosemite," a virtual reality gimmick that bills itself as " San Francisco 's best cinematic experience!" (exclamation point included). Curiously, no one wants to see that superlative offering when I arrive at GamedayVR on a Friday afternoon. The cavernous warehouse is completely deserted save for the lone employee, whose head is buried in his smartphone. Inside the space are more than a dozen egg-shaped chairs with plush red lining, an unexplained NASA space suit and two billboards for "Experience Yosemite," one with the unattributed "best cinematic experience!" quote and another that calls it "the future of cinema." Screenshots of the "Experience Yosemite" virtual reality experience, plus two photos inside GamedayVR, which hosts … [Read more...] about A virtual Yosemite experience just arrived in San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square. Is it worth it?
Photo-Illustration: Intelligencer; Photos: Getty Images The Big Lie took a beating in the midterms. Of the six 2020 election deniers vying to take control of a battleground state’s election systems, not a single one was victorious. But democracy isn’t exactly safe from being undermined by a campaign of falsehoods orchestrated by Donald Trump, who is trying to retake the White House. In response to Trump’s ascent and other challenges across the world to shared truths that stitch together societies, some scholars have begun to argue that it’s time to reconsider the meaning of freedom of speech. “The question is gaining traction among legal academics,” says Richard Hasen, a professor at UCLA Law School. It’s a fraught undertaking, to be sure. In the United States, the First Amendment protects speech to a degree rare elsewhere in the world. But these are extraordinary times. It’s not just that lies have become more common in the age of MAGA, perverting the public’s ability to make … [Read more...] about Do You Have a Right Not to Be Lied To?
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 Eddie Gray and his longtime companion, Cleopatra Cooper-Williams, make about $500 a month hauling garbage bags full of cans and bottles to the Alliance Metals recycling center on Peralta Street in West Oakland. “This is our livelihood,” said Gray, a sinewy 76-year-old retiree who uses his recycling earnings to help pay rent and bills for the couple’s North Oakland apartment, supplementing the income he receives from Social Security. Gray and Cooper-Williams will have to come up with an alternative plan by Saturday. After a decades-long war with exasperated neighbors and city officials who have charged the center with numerous nuisance violations — from allowing shopping carts to block the street to buying plundered metals — Alliance has agreed to shut its doors on Aug. 20. In exchange, the city will forgive almost $18,000 in fines imposed on the company since May of last … [Read more...] about Oakland recycling center closing after years of fighting neighbors