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Maryland to end police Bill of Rights after Democrats override GOP governor's vetoes
Maryland lawmakers passed legislation Saturday, becoming the first state to end its police Bill of Rights after the Democrat-controlled Legislature voted to override three of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes.
Missing California mother's family, friends and coworkers hold massive search
About 50 of Maya Millete's family members, friends, and coworkers took to the land, sea, and air on Saturday to search for the mother of three, who vanished from her Chula Vista home more than three months ago. 
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Five dog tags found in belly of South Carolina monster gator
A South Carolina hunter got the shock of his life when he killed a monster “nuisance gator” along the Edisto River in the alligator-laden ACE Basin estuary in Beaufort, Colleton and Charleston counties.
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Stories from the border: A midnight ride-along with Border Agents
“It’s easy to get lost out here,” says National Border Patrol Council Vice President Chris Cabrera, as he drives through a border wall gate near McAllen, Texas.
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‘Clear the Capitol,’ Pence pleaded, timeline of riot shows
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Former California Democratic mayor arrested for sexual assault crimes against minor
A former California mayor was arrested Saturday morning on six charges, including suspected sex with a child aged 14 or 15.
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Candace Owens slams MLB and Democrats for hypocrisy
Author and conservative commentator Candace Owens on Saturday slammed the Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to move the All-Star Game out of Georgia following the state’s new voting law.
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Severe storm damages buildings in Florida Panhandle
A cluster of severe storms swept across Southern states early Saturday, leaving at least one dead in Louisiana, bringing down trees and power lines in Mississippi, dropping large hail on a coastal Alabama city and leveling buildings in the Florida Panhandle.
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Prince Charles pays tribute to his father Prince Philip: He's missed 'enormously'
Prince Charles paid tribute to his late father, Prince Philip, on Saturday. The Duke of Edinburgh died on Friday at age 99.
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Imposter White House reporter infiltrates Jen Psaki press briefings: report
An online gamer successfully pretended to be a White House reporter and even managed to pose questions to President Biden's press secretary, according to a new report. 
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Los Angeles children found stabbed to death, hunt for suspect
LAPD officers found the bodies of three juveniles who had been stabbed to death in northwestern Los Angeles Saturday morning, FOX 11 News reports. 
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Concerned NYC mom asks de Blasio 'what's being done' about broad-daylight crimes
A concerned Brooklyn mother on Friday called into a radio interview with Mayor Bill de Blasio to ask "what's being done" to fight crime in New York City.
NASA's Mars Helicopter Ingenuity's historic flight delayed
NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter is scheduled to lift off no sooner than April 14 in the first-ever attempt at powered, controlled flight on another planet, a delay from its initial planned launch date.
Possible tornado moves toward Florida capital
A Tornado warning has been issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) for Florida's capital of Tallahassee.
NYC's de Blasio mum after NYPD cops seen on video being harassed
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is so far mum after some of his city's police officers were seen on an alarming video being harassed by a group of men.
Arizona AG invites HHS chief on border tour, says crisis a 'clear threat' to public health
EXCLUSIVE: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is inviting Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra on a tour of the Southwest border, saying the conditions amid the surging crisis constitute a "clear threat" to the health of migrants and Americans.
US to keep migrant families in hotels amid rush for space
Migrant families will be held at hotels in the Phoenix area in response to a growing number of people crossing the southern border, authorities said Friday, another step in the Biden administration's rush to set up temporary space for them.
Denver bar requires COVID-19 vaccine for dine-in customers, employees
Bar Max, a cocktail bar in Denver, announced it would only allow customers who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus to dine in. The bar also requires all staff to be vaccinated.
Quick privacy fixes: 3 changes to make ASAP before it’s too late
There are countless hackers, data-hungry companies, developers, advertisers, and snoops on the hunt for your information.
5 new Windows 10 tricks you’ll wish you knew before now
These clever tricks will help keep your computer fast and uncluttered.
St. Vincent awaits new volcanic explosions as help arrives
La Soufriere volcano, which last erupted in 1979, kept rumbling as experts warned that explosive eruptions could continue for days or possibly weeks.
Andrew Walworth: What the Rolling Stones can teach us about today's tax debate
With Joe Biden in the White House, we’re about to embark on another national experiment to see how Americans react to tax increases.
Chasing Ledecky: Leah Smith keeps coming after US star
If Katie Ledecky wasn’t setting world records and piling up Olympic medals, Leah Smith would be the top middle-to-long distance swimmer in the U.S. She’s been doggedly pursuing Ledecky’s relentlessly high standards for the last five years.
Barnhart's two-out single leads Reds over D-backs 6-5 in 10
Tucker Barnhart's clutch 10th-inning single kept the Reds rolling on Friday night. Cincinnati's playing so well these days that the only surprise was the catcher's heroics were ever needed.
Tatum's career-high 53 help Celtics top T-Wolves 145-136
The only regret Jayson Tatum had about his first career 50-point game was that his 2-year-old son wasn't there to see it.
Hawks win 120-108, overcome 50-point game by Bulls' LaVine
Trae Young scored 42 points, Clint Capela had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks overcame a sizzling performance by Zach LaVine to beat the Chicago Bulls 120-108 on Friday night.
North Korean education official reportedly executed for 'anti-party activities'
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly ordered the execution of a top higher education official for “anti-party activities” — after he complained about not receiving support and resources from the government.
Rust scores 2, Crosby gets goal, 2 assists, Pens beat Devils
Bryan Rust scored two goals and Sidney Crosby had a goal and two assists in leading the streaking Pittsburgh Penguins to a 6-4 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Friday night.
David Bossie: Democrats' China syndrome – this is why they're tough on Georgia, soft on communists in Beijing
As the fascist woke mob continues the politics of personal destruction by punishing the state of Georgia over false allegations about its new voting law, the Biden administration, Major League Baseball, and companies like Coca-Cola and Delta turn a blind eye to China’s human rights abuses and voting crackdowns in Hong Kong.
'Thunder Force' stars Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer on how real-life friendship helps movie
The actors play superheroes who fight crime after ingesting a special formula that gives ordinary people powers.