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Regina Holmes

Regina Holmes
Managing Editor Regina Holmes edits content at Talk Media News drawing on her more than two decades of experience as a journalist. Regina has edited and reported for news dailies including the Miami Herald, Newsday and the Baltimore Examiner. She also launched an award-winning investigative news website that tackled police and political corruption in Baltimore. She has worked as a consultant for the World Bank and Baltimore County Public Schools. Regina has expertise in issues such as race relations, criminal justice, and police brutality. Regina has a bachelor’s degree in English from Vassar College and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

WASHINGTON — The teen charged with murdering 17 people at his former Parkland, Fla. school on Wednesday told police detectives that he used Uber to...

After two of the three daughters of Randall Margraves who say Dr. Larry Nassar sexually abused them read their victim-impact statements in court, the father tried to attack the physician. The Michigan Attorney General's Office said 265 women and girls have reported to law enforcement that Nassar abused them.

WASHINGTON – A judge sentenced former physician Larry Nassar, who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting seven girls and is accused of abusing more than...

Authorities are reporting "multiple casualties" – all of them passengers on Train No. 501, the Cascades, which departed Seattle at 6 a.m. local time bound for Portland. About 80 people have been hospitalized.

U.S. District Judge David Norton in Charleston, S.C., said Michael Slager shot the unarmed Scott in April 2015 with "malice and recklessness," and gave false testimony to investigators.

WASHINGTON – The wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle will take place in May at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of...

Aijalon Gomes,, 38, had been teaching English in South Korea when he illegally crossed into North Korea from China. He was freed seven months later after former President Jimmy Carter flew to Pyongyang. Last week he was found on fire in a field in San Diego and died at the scene.

CBS suspended him on Monday after the Washington Post published accounts of eight women who say the TV icon assaulted or sexually harassed them. Several others have come forward with similar allegations.

Methyl bromide, an odorless and highly toxic pesticide, has been banned for indoor use since 1984. Last year Terminix and its subsidiary agreed to pay t the poisoned family an $87 million settlement.

"We remain dedicated and committed to finding the person who ended such a beautiful life, such a wonderful detective, husband, father and friend," Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said at a news conference.