Vancito Gumbs, 28, from Stone Mountain, Georgia, was a member of the 'Gangster Disciples' while he served as a police officer in DeKalb County, Georgia
Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine must be kept at -94° Fahrenheit, meaning it will need special freezers to keep them stored before administering two doses 21 days apart
The president-elect is reportedly planning to work with the allies of the US and China for putting pressure on North Korea
The man claims that he started suffering from this condition after getting poisoned from farm pesticides
The couple was spotted by motorists engaging in the sexual act by the side of a busy road in Largo, Florida.
The deadly virus outbreak has created a major stir around the world in recent times infecting more than 55.1 million people worldwide
The study surveyed 3,274 players of Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville and Animal Crossing: New Horizons and found games could help mental wellbeing.
The white neighbor falsely claimed that the black family's pitbull attacked her small dog and walked up to their house with a taser.
Karen Jones, 55, claimed that her tweet was not intended to harm anyone but was only a joke.
Many Washington residents received notices asking them to repay part or entire amounts of unemployment benefits they received from the federal unemployment benefits program.
The data location industry has played a major role in helping the US military in using location data to target drone strikes on several countries.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Republican Senator Lindsey Graham asked him to toss out legally cast votes during Georgia's recount.
The researcher predicted that the earthquake that could hit the planet on November 20 will measure 7M on the Richter scale
Dr. Scott Atlas clarified that he meant people should protest peacefully against the restrictions in Michigan.
After Mac users reported server outage on November 12, cybersecurity researchers dug deep to find out that Apple was logging IP addresses, breaching privacy