2 Of 17 Missionaries Kidnapped In Haiti Have Been FreedChristian Aid Ministries issued a statement Sunday saying the two “are safe, in good spirits and being cared for.”
Protesters Walk Route Rittenhouse Took In KenoshaSeveral dozen people gathered below the wind-whipped Wisconsin flag at Kenosha's Civic Center Park on Sunday and warmed up with chants for justice before taking to the streets in protest of the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse.
In Kenosha And Beyond, Guns Become More Common On US StreetsAcross much of the nation, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, either carried openly or legally concealed.
'Hard For Them To Get Beyond Self-Defense': Legal Expert Unpacks Rittenhouse AcquittalThe Rittenhouse verdict is getting a lot of reaction. The jury deliberated for more about 26 hours. Legal expert Joe Tamburino, who is not involved in this case, watched the trial closely.
'We Have Work To Do Toward Equity': WI Gov. Tony Evers Responds To Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict"No verdict will be able to bring back the lives of Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum, or heal Gaige Grosskreutz's injuries, just as no verdict can heal the wounds or trauma experienced by Jacob Blake and his family," said Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers in a statement.
Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Jury Finds Him Not Guilty On All CountsKyle Rittenhouse has been found not guilty on all counts in the Kenosha, Wisconsin fatal shootings, after the jury came to a verdict Friday.
Jury Deliberations Enter 4th Day In Kyle Rittenhouse TrialThe jury at Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial was to return Friday for a fourth day of deliberations, after a quiet day behind closed doors that ended with one juror asking if she could take home the jury instructions.
Kyle Rittenhouse Jury Deliberates For 3rd Day Without A VerdictThe jury in Kyle Rittenhouse's trial was to move into a third day of deliberations Thursday, even as its request to re-watch video in the case sparked a fresh bid from his attorneys for a mistrial.
Battle Over Bottled Water On Lake Superior: An Entrepreneur's Vision Comes Up Against A Community's ConcernsA Minnesota woman is launching a legal battle with Wisconsin officials over her plans to start a bottled water company near Lake Superior. The struggle is pitting entrepreneurial aspirations against environmental concerns.
What Makes A 'Fair Trial'? Rittenhouse Case Raises QuestionsAs Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial has played out in the Kenosha courtroom of Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder, moments of apparent deference to the defendant have struck many observers as curiously different from how murder proceedings often unfold. On Veterans Day, the judge led the jury and others in the courtroom in applause for veterans just as a defense witness who had served in the Army was about to testify.
Police: Upset About Citation, Motorist Crashes Into Cumberland City Hall In WisconsinPolice in Wisconsin say a motorist crashed into a city hall Tuesday morning with alcohol and “resentment about a citation” believed to be factors.
Rittenhouse Lawyers Ask Judge To Declare Mistrial After Jurors See VideoAbout two hours into deliberations on the second day, jurors asked to view video presented at the trial and the judge said he would determine the procedures to allow that.
Picking Slips Of Paper? How The Kyle Rittenhouse Jury Was Narrowed, ExplainedAt the direction of Circuit Judge Bruce Schroder, Rittenhouse's attorney placed slips of paper into a raffle drum with the numbers of each of the 18 jurors on it who sat through the two-week trial.
Jury Begins Deliberating In Kyle Rittenhouse Murder TrialJurors will begin deliberations Tuesday at Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial after two weeks of testimony in which prosecutors and defense attorneys painted starkly different pictures of his actions the night he shot three men on the streets of Kenosha.
Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: 9 Takeaways From Closing ArgumentsAttorneys in Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial sparred for the last time Monday during closing arguments, with prosecutors painting Rittenhouse as an inexperienced instigator and defense lawyers insisting the Illinois man fired in self-defense.