Tyre Nichols (via Ben Crump) *A termination hearing had been planned for the Memphis police supervisor who was on the scene when officers viciously beat Tyre Nichols. But Lt. DeWayne Smith was allowed to retire with his benefits the day before he would have been held responsible for controversial actions. “We call for Memphis police
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Ambré has released an acoustic version of “I’m Baby” featuring Jvck James. She pairs it with a video directed by Mollana Burke. In the video, the two rising singers wander through an open field as they sing the new pillowy version. They later perform on a mirrored platform, showing off their edgy, matching fashion. “I’m
“This is no bailout,” said Karin Keller-Sutter, the Swiss finance minister, calling the deal a commercial solution to avoid bankruptcy and collateral damage.
China is calling Xi Jinping’s visit a “trip for peace,” but he is unlikely to risk straining the country’s ties with Russia and President Vladimir V. Putin.
Fearing that an already-bloody year could worsen during Ramadan, Palestinians and Israelis met for the second time in a month.
President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, welcomed in the Emirati capital with a 21-gun salute, is gradually re-emerging after the global shunning that followed his violent crushing of his country’s 2011 uprising.
A lab leak was once dismissed by many as a conspiracy theory. But the idea is gaining traction, even as evidence builds that the virus emerged from a market.
Wayne Shorter is an iconic jazz saxophonist and composer who has made an indelible mark on the genre over the course of his nearly six-decade career. He has played with legendary bands such as Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis’ Second Great Quintet, and has released numerous albums as a leader. Shorter’s music is
Faith No More is a band that defies easy categorization. Over the course of their career, which spans several decades, the band has experimented with a wide range of genres and styles, from punk rock to metal to funk to jazz. This musical eclecticism is evident in their most famous songs, such as “Epic,” “Midlife