The Dallas Stars have to fix some things in a hurry, or this Stanley Cup Final could be over quickly.Breonna Taylor's neighbors 'pleasantly surprised,' but 'disappointed' in grand jury decision
A Kentucky attorney representing Breonna Taylor’s neighbors whose apartment was also fired upon on that fateful March night said his clients were “pleasantly surprised,” but also “disappointed” in the grand jury’s decision in the case.For Billy Donovan, job with Bulls 'came out of left field'
The Chicago Bulls weren't on Billy Donovan's radar when he and the Oklahoma City Thunder parted ways after five successful seasons.Republican NC lawmaker vows to penalize cities that reallocate police funds
A North Carolina senator is vowing to punish cities that reallocate funds from police departments, according to Wednesday reports.WNBA MVP A'ja Wilson on Breonna Taylor indictment decision: 'I'm disgusted'
A’ja Wilson, the reigning WNBA MVP, said Thursday she believes the former Kentucky police officer charged in the Breonna Taylor case received a “slap on the wrist.”McConnell tells 'Fox News @ Night' there will be 'orderly transfer of power' if Trump loses election
If President Trump loses the November election to Joe Biden, there will be "an orderly transfer of power" in January, just as there has been "every four years since Washington was elected for a second term in 1792," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told "Fox News @ Night" in an exclusive interview Thursday.Cowboys' Dak Prescott on Breonna Taylor indictment decision: 'That's disgusting'
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott voiced his opinion on the Kentucky grand jury's decision to not indict any of the Louisville police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor during a meeting with reporters on Thursday.Texas teacher fired for refusing to stop wearing 'Black Lives Matter' mask: report
A former charter school teacher in Texas says she was fired because she continued wearing masks with phrases such as "Black Lives Matter" after the school administration told her to stop, KENS reports.Louisville officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death still on administrative leave, police chief says
Two Louisville, Ky., police officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor remain on administrative leave, officials said Thursday, hours after a grand jury declined to indict the pair in connection to the fatal shooting and two other officers were shot amid protests over the news.Ben Shapiro slams celebrity outcry over Breonna Taylor case: 'The law is not a repository for your ire'
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spent part of Thursday's edition of "The Ben Shapiro Show" responding to the outcry from celebrities who criticized Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's handling of the Breonna Taylor case.