December 3, 2022
us news

At 9 pm in Kansas 70-100 students attend a house party when the shooting happened. Police said 1 person died and 6 injured. It happened when the homeowner asked everybody to leave, and then when they started to leave, they were shooting back to the house. The suspects were in a dark or gray SUV, but no arrests were on Monday.

14 people were shoot in Garfield Park, Chicago in Halloween night. The victims are from 3 years old to adults, but no reported fatalities. The shooting was a drive-by that was over in a matter of seconds, and it was captured on a POD video.

The Parkland School mass murderer’s sentencing hearing is set to start Tuesday. During the 2 day hearing all 17 families will have a chance after 5 years tell to Nikolas Cruz what he brought to their life.

Elon Musk wants to raise the blue badge subscription to $20 per month, he brought the autopilot developers to Twitter, and also Twitter has a plan to lay off 25% of their workers.

The Delta Air pilots vote to allow strike, if they can’t reach an agreement on a new employment contract. From the 15000 pilots 99% voted for to allow.

 As part of an agreement with federal prosecutors, Travis Burhop, a California prisoner has admitted to running a huge, multi-state drug ring from his cell and to plotting to kill a member of the Aryan Brotherhood at the behest of higher-ups in the prison gang, records show.

Penguin Random House’s plan to buy Simon & Schuster hits rock bottom. Federal Judge blocked the sale. The ruling reinforced the Biden administration’s tougher approach to proposed mergers.

Powerball jackpot races past $1 billion mark to estimated $1.2 billion for Wednesday night’s drawing.