The archive of all headlines from July 30, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Samuel Dubose, who was black, was shot in the head by white officer Raymond Tensing during a traffic stop in Cincinnati. Body-camera footage contradicted the initial police report that Tensing was dragged by the car and nearly run over.
A University of Cincinnati police officer, Ray Tensing, was indicted on a murder charge in what a prosecutor called “a senseless, asinine shooting” of an unarmed black man, Samuel Dubose, during a minor traffic stop earlier this month. A much anticipated video of the shooting taken by the officer’s body camera was described as crucial evidence.
The body camera video that showed a University of Cincinnati police officer fatally shooting an unarmed black man during a minor traffic stop is the latest in a collection of videos that have led to protests, federal investigations and changes in policy and attitudes on race.
Documents reveal United Nations unit uncovered possible ‘culture of sexual exploitation and abuse’, but permitted company to continue receiving millions in contracts
The July 19 killing of Sam DuBose was captured on a police body camera, bringing the viewer much closer to the action. And there is something viscerally different about viewing a shooting from the first-person perspective.Former University of Cincinnati cop Ray Tensing pleads not guilty to murder
The former University of Cincinnati officer, Ray Tensing, who is charged in the killing of Samuel Dubose on July 19, appeared in court for less than three minutes and entered a plea of not guilty.
The federal trial on North Carolina’s attempt to overhaul its state voting procedures takes place in the midst of a renewed national conversation on race: tensions over shootings by police officers and the use of Confederate flags.
The West accuses Russia and the Donbass separatists of having brought down the plane with a Buk missile. IT’S A LIE. The evidence available in September 2014 –including a BBC report which the BBC decided to suppress– refutes the official story.