Nipsey Hussle was shot outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on 31 March.
Rapper Nipsey Hussle's suspected killer arrested after avoiding authorities for two days, says LA police
Eric Holder, 29, was captured in Bellflower, a Los Angeles-area city about 20 miles southeast of Nipsey Hussle's clothing store, where the musician was shot Sunday
Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Stung by midterm results, Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Florida native Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes for sending pipe bombs to US politicians, faces 58 years in jail
Cesar Sayoc, 56, was arrested Friday on charges of sending package bombs, which officials described as IEDs, to at least 10 present and former high-level government officials including former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Mail bombs versus migrant caravan: Donald Trump goes all in on 2 powerful optics dominating US politics before 6 November midterm elections
Out with the bombs and back to the migrant caravan. Donald Trump is mighty relived that Page One headlines will be cleared of the mail bomb story for the next 10 days before midterm elections 2018 which will decide political control over US Congress.
Florida native Cesar Sayoc arrested in connection with 12 mail bombs; Donald Trump says 'bomb stuff' is distracting
Federal authorities arrested a man in Florida on Friday in connection with the mail-bomb scare that widened to 12 suspicious packages sent to prominent Donald Trump critics, the US Justice Department said.
Donald Trump 'extremely angry, upset, unhappy' about pipe bombs being sent to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, CNN bureau in NYC
US President Donald Trump has termed as "abhorrent" the sending of "suspicious packages" to his predecessor Barack Obama, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and CNN, asserting that threats of political violence have no place in America.
Bombs mailed to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CNN: What's the political benefit when 6 crude explosives don't go off?
Who benefits when six bombs mailed to Hillary and Bill Clinton, Barack and Michelle Obama, CNN and other Trump rivals don't explode and the packaging is so rudimentary that it seems like the sender wants to be caught?
'Act of terror': 5 bombs mailed to Clintons, Obamas, CNN and others Trump rails against; New York ramps up police presence across city
Before noon on Wednesday in the US East Coast, at least 5 packages containing 'functional explosive devices' were stopped before they reached Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack and Michelle Obama, the CNN offices in Columbus Circle in Manhattan, New York mayor Andrew Cuomo and others. "This is an act of terror", Cuomo told media outlets and linked the toxic political environment to the way things are unfolding in the run-up to the midterm elections.
Uber executive Liane Hornsey resigns following allegations of racial discrimination made by anonymous group
The allegations against Hornsey and Uber’s human resources department more broadly were made by an anonymous group that claims to be Uber employees of color.
The aggressive tactics cast the much smaller Lyft in a new light.
Privately held Uber has grown from startup to a global ride service valued at $68 billion in less than a decade, driven by Kalanick, who set the tone of a company that challenged laws and norms to succeed.
Both Uber and Travis Kalanick have been through an eventful six months
Uber's Director has resigned from the company's board following a remark he made during an Uber staff meeting that was widely seen as offensive to women.
Uber has suffered a series of damaging setbacks in recent months, including a federal probe into the company's use of technology to evade regulators in certain cities and a trade secrets lawsuit filed by Alphabet Inc's self-driving unit, Waymo.
Travis Kalanick's leave of absence follows a day-long board meeting on Sunday during which members of Uber's board of directors discussed the matter.
Uber board member Arianna Huffington said in March that Kalanick needed to change his leadership style from that of a "scrappy entrepreneur" to be more like a "leader of a major global company." The board has been looking for a chief operating officer to help Kalanick run the company since March.
The board's decisions follow a series of public-relations crises for Uber. The company faces a criminal probe related to a technology it created called Greyball that was used to deceive regulators in cities where it was operating.
Uber Technologies Inc's board will discuss Chief Executive Travis Kalanick temporarily stepping away from the embattled ride-hailing firm.
Former US President Barack Obama is getting closer to making his public reappearance in politics, his friend & former Attorney General Eric Holder has said.