A truck bomb ripped deep into America’s heartland Wednesday, killing at least 33 people and leaving 200 missing in a blast that gouged a nine-story hole in a federal office building.
An overloaded power strip and an open fire apartment door led to an eight-alarm fire in Queens, New York that injured 16 firefighters.
Rioters smashed windows, burglarized businesses and set multiple fires.
People in the crowd threw bottles and other objects at officers during the march.
New felonies for organizing or participating in a violent demonstration.
A gunman killed eight people and wounded several others before killing himself in a late-night shooting at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport.
Firefighters were in shoulder-deep debris when they heard a tapping sound and found a man buried in the wreckage.
A major fire engulfed a business center in St. Petersburg, Russia, killing a firefighter and injuring two others.
“It was heart-wrenching to hear another woman say, ‘She doesn’t belong in a firehouse. It must be a girl who needs attention,’”
Officials expect a substantial decline will endure, despite worries that COVID-19 could lead to more suicides.