John McAfee, the controversial antivirus software magnate who'd had multiple recent run-ins with the US law, has died at 75. McAfee was awaiting extradition in a Spanish prison after being charged with tax evasion in the United States last year.
Brian Stelter speaks with WSJ reporter Elaine Yu about the recent arrests at Apple Daily, a pro-democracy newspaper in Hong Kong. Then he interviews Mark Simon, assistant to Apple Daily chairman Jimmy Lai, who is also behind bars. "Folks, if you don't have a free press, you do not have a free society," Simon says.
A Trump supporter who spent 10 minutes inside the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection was sentenced to probation Wednesday, avoiding jail, becoming the first rioter to learn their punishment in the riot investigation.
Actor Drake Bell, best known for the Nickelodeon sitcom "Drake & Josh," pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of attempted endangering of children and disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, according to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office in Ohio.
People working with Joe Biden's presidential campaign repeatedly warned Facebook about violent campaign-related rhetoric on its platform during the heat of the 2020 election, but a series of email exchanges reveals how the social media giant sometimes brushed them off.