• News
    Irish Examiner

    Gardaí investigating Cork City hurley attack identify pair from footage

    Gardaí have identified two men who attacked each other with a hurley in the heart of Cork City yesterday. A senior Garda spokesman said the pair were intercepted in the city centre a short time after the incident was reported to them at Anglesea St on Monday afternoon. He said a number of other individuals who were linked to the pair involved in the alleged assault and public disorder incident have also been identified, and investigations are ongoing.

  • Politics
    The Huffington Post UK

    Widower Pleads With Twitter To Delete Trump's Conspiratorial Tweets About Late Wife

    Timothy Klausutis, the widowed husband of the woman who Donald Trump has baselessly suggested was killed by MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, has written a powerful letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey calling for the deletion of the president’s tweets promoting the conspiracy theory. Trump has this month insinuated in multiple tweets that Scarborough, a former GOP representative, may have been responsible for the 2001 death of Lori Klausutis, when she was an intern in his congressional office.

  • News
    Radio Nova

    Racist Woman's Apology as Video Reveals False Allegations Against Man

    A woman has apologised after a video showing her calling police to say a black man was threatening her life in New York’s Central Park when he asked her to put her dog on a leash went viral. Christian Cooper told NBC that he was bird watching in the park around 8 o’clock on Monday morning when he asked Amy Cooper (unrelated) to put her dog on a leash. The two were in The Ramble, where dogs are required to be on a leash.

  • Politics
    JOE.ie

    The United Kingdom's latest mess would be funny if it wasn't so bloody tragic

    It's easy to laugh about the Dominic Cummings scandal. When Bobby Sands famously said that "our revenge will be the laughter of our children," there's no way he could have known that so much of our laughter would come directly at the expense of Great Britain. This week, the UK has doubled back in order to jump the shark once more, with as much grace as ever, before wiping out into political meltdown over the antics of Boris Johnson's chief strategist Dominic Cummings.

  • News
    TheJournal.ie

    Teenager convicted of murdering and sexually assaulting Ana Kriegel attacked at Oberstown Detention Centre

    THE BOY CONVICTED of murdering and sexually assaulting Ana Kriegel was allegedly assaulted at Oberstown Detention Centre over the weekend. Boy A, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was attacked on Sunday night by a small number of other detainees at the north Dublin campus. Boy A was watching television when the boys set upon him, kicking and beating him.

  • Sport
    The Huffington Post UK

    Can Coronavirus Spread In Water Or Swimming Pools? Here's What We Know

    There is some good news: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, no evidence has emerged to suggest that you can contract the coronavirus in pools, hot tubs, water parks or in large bodies of water like at the beach. That said, some safety measures and health warnings should still be kept in mind before you take a dip.

  • News
    The Huffington Post UK

    'I Can't Breathe': Man Dies After Minneapolis Police Officer Seen Kneeling On His Neck

    Officers called for an ambulance but the man died shortly after arriving at a hospital, the Minneapolis Police Department said in a press release. Police did not release the man’s identity, but said they believed he was in his 40s. The two officers had arrived at the scene in response to a reported “forgery in progress,” the police statement said.