A racist incident at an Asian restaurant in North Carolina, where a customer left a derogatory note on a receipt, has ignited online outrage. What happened: On Saturday, a customer named Autumn Bray left a note on her $71.38 bill receipt at the Wafu Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi in Goldsboro. It also went viral on Facebook after Detroit Chinatown condemned Bray’s actions in a post on Sunday.
A woman is facing backlash on social media after being filmed harassing an Asian professional dog walker and hurling racist and xenophobic remarks at her. How it started: TikTok user Cindy explained in her post on Monday that the incident started on Feb. 7 when she asked the woman, purportedly identified by another TikTok user and YouTuber ThatDaneshGuy as Denise Olin, to leash her small dog to avoid a dog-related incident with her client's pet. Denise allegedly refused and told her that she had been living on the block forever and that Cindy “should not tell her what to do.”
Police in Longueuil are looking for other possible victims of a man who worked as a clown and sexually assaulted young girls in the late 90s. Julien Bouchard, 64, was arrested Jan. 18 and charged with sexual assault of a minor. He was released on conditions pending his next court appearance later this month. The Service de police de l'agglomération de Longueuil (SPAL) says Bouchard was found guilty of sexually assaulting a minor in 2000 and already served time in prison. A total of five victims,
Laken Riley was a 22-year-old nursing student out on her morning run at the University of Georgia when authorities say a stranger dragged her into a secluded area and killed her, sending shockwaves through campus as police searched for a suspect. The arrest of a Venezuelan man who entered the U.S. illegally and was allowed to stay to pursue his immigration case put the tragedy at the center of the 2024 presidential campaign. Former President Donald Trump blamed President Joe Biden and his border policies for the Augusta University student's fatal beating.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) is alleging that the pornography giant Aylo, which owns websites including Pornhub, is not following the state’s recently enacted age verification law. Paxton has filed a lawsuit against Aylo for violating state law that requires pornographic websites to “use reasonable age verification measures to ensure those viewing their pornography…
Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd was cleared on Tuesday of U.S. allegations that the Chinese chipmaker stole trade secrets, in a case that fanned tensions in an intensifying technology race between the United States and China. U.S. District Judge Maxine Chesney in San Francisco on Tuesday found the company not guilty after a non-jury trial, according to an entry in the U.S. online court records system. The U.S. Justice Department in 2018 announced an indictment against state-owned Fujian Jinhua, alleging it stole intellectual property from U.S.-based Micron Technology.
A man who pretended to be a taxi driver before abducting and raping a woman in a barber shop has been jailed for six years. Barzan Nawshowani, 38, posed as a taximan to pick up his victim and her friend after a night out in Glasgow city centre in August 2022. After dropping off one of the women in Govan, Nawshowani returned to Duke Street in the east end of the city and took his victim into the barber shop where he worked.
NEW YORK — Brooklyn preacher Lamor Whitehead asked God to smite one of his parishioners while refusing to return his mother’s life savings, jurors heard in witness testimony at the “bling bishop’s” Manhattan fraud trial on Tuesday. “I know he was berating Rasheed in (a) text and he was basically asking God to exact vengeance on him,” Pauline Anderson said in Manhattan Federal Court on the ...