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13-year-old girl sitting at picnic table killed in drive-by shooting
A 13-year-old girl was killed in a North Carolina drive-by shooting.
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Falling rocks destroy bridge in deadly landslide in India
At least nine people are dead and another three are injured after a landslide in northern India sent rocks careening down a mountain near the Sangla Valley.
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Teens rescued after roller coaster stalls
A group of teenagers got a different kind of thrill ride when they had to be plucked from a stalled roller coaster at a New Mexico amusement park Saturday night.
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D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine on "The Takeout" — 1/1/2021
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine discusses the importance of attorney generals in the U.S., the history of hate in the nation and steps the Biden administration can take to tackle justice reform on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
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Schumer slams Cuomo administration for delays in federal rent relief
New York families are struggling to stay in their homes due to delays by Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration in doling out federal rent relief, Sen. Chuck Schumer charged Sunday.
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Senator Tim Scott Hopeful on Police Reform Bill, Warns We 'Can't Demonize' Officers
The lead GOP negotiator said Sunday that lawmakers have been working toward reaching an agreement before the scheduled August recess.
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At Least 430 People Killed in 915 Shootings Across U.S. in Past Week
There have been more than 24,000 gun-related fatalities so far this year, according to data from the Gun Violence Archive.
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Bronx biz leaders jeer de Blasio over crime, quality of life ahead of borough tour
Mayor de Blasio is in for a Bronx cheer when he tours the borough this week, with many business owners and residents demanding he do more to combat rising crime and declining quality of life.
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Team Cuomo continues its underhanded attacks on his investigators
How about that: Assembly Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Lavine actually slapped Rich Azzopardi, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s loyal spokesthug, for bad-mouthing state Attorney General Tish James, who’s overseeing a key investigation into the many sexual-harassment claims against the gov. Lavine (D-LI) is overseeing the Assembly’s own
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Meteor lights up the night in Norway
An "unusually large" meteor illuminated the night sky over southern Scandinavia early Sunday morning before at least some of it came rumbling down near Oslo, the capital of Norway.
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Canadian teen Summer McIntosh makes Olympic swim final after tragic year
After a year of tragedy, 14-year-old Canadian swimmer Summer McIntosh set a Canadian record and advanced into the 400m freestyle finals.
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Anthony Fauci Lauds Republicans for Recent Support of COVID Vaccines: 'Very Heartened'
"We've got to get more people who relate well to the individuals who are not getting vaccinated to get out there and encourage them to get vaccinated."
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Civil Rights Activist Bob Moses Dies At 86
Moses was a civil rights crusader and educator who led Black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s.
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Can the US Beat China in Medals Race at Olympics? China Takes Early Lead
The U.S. has gotten off to a shaky start, and the Chinese have excelled so far. China is expected to haul a heavy medal load in table tennis, diving and gymnastics.
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Bob Moses, champion of civil rights and education, dies at 86
Robert Parris Moses endured beatings and jail while registering thousands of Black voters in the South during the 1960s and later helped underserved students succeed in mathematics.
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Joe Biden’s ridiculous denial that cop-defunders are overwhelmingly Democrats
President Joe Biden still refuses to admit that “Defund the Police” is a purely left-wing campaign. The latest: At a CNN town hall last week, he insisted that anyone who calls Democrats anti-police is “lying” and then compared such claims to a QAnon conspiracy theory that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton killed a child...
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Sliwa proposes giving $1K to people who adopt pet from city shelter
Republican mayoral nominee Curtis Sliwa is proposing that the city cover $1,000 in pet expenses for anyone who saves a dog or cat from being euthanized at a city shelter.
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Tokyo Olympics schedule: Gymnastics men's team final, softball medal game, more on Day 3
There will be 28 sports in competition Monday at the Tokyo Olympics, including the men's gymnastics team finals.      
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Pastor Greg Locke Vows to Remove Anyone Wearing Mask in Church, Blasts 'Godless Democrats'
"Don't believe this Delta variant nonsense. [If] you start showing up with all these masks and nonsense, I will ask you to leave."
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Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck party in France for her 52nd birthday: 'Super in love'
Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 52nd birthday with Ben Affleck.
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Bob Moses, civil rights legend, dead at age 86
Civil rights legend Bob Moses died at age 86, according to a statement from NAACP President Derrick Johnson and a statement from the organization's Legal Defense Fund.
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Senators in infrastructure talks say deal could come this week
​The leading Republican negotiator for the bipartisan infrastructure talks raised expectations Sunday that an agreement could be reached this week.
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Rodeo lessons: Getting a firsthand look at the cowboys of saddle bronc
How do you tell a rodeo story for "60 Minutes"? For correspondent Bill Whitaker, the first step was learning to ride a horse.
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L.A. County sees over 2,000 new coronavirus cases daily due to Delta variant
As the highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread mostly among the unvaccinated, COVID hospitalizations in L.A. County are on the increase.
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Democrats’ disgraceful war on schools that actually teach poor, minority children
Charter schools are by far the most successful innovation in public education of the last half-century — notably, the first to regularly offer first-rate schooling to lower-income, urban black and Hispanic families. Yet the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress (and in state legislatures such as New York’s) are looking to strangle them. Th
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NYPD seeking three teens for vicious ‘fight night’ beatdown
Cops are asking for the public’s help in apprehending a trio of punks who beat up an off-duty New York City firefighter in Queens on Friday.
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Would-be burglar found hiding in closet of Queens pol’s office clutching hard drive
An alleged burglar busted into Queens Assemblywoman Nily Rozic's Queens office Saturday night but didn't make it very far -- cops found him hiding in a closet with a hard drive in hand.
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Watergate Reporter Carl Bernstein Calls Donald Trump a 'War Criminal'
Bernstein's remark, made on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday, appeared to shock host Brian Stelter.
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American Airlines passenger arrested after refusing to wear mask
An American Airlines passenger was hauled off a plane by police in New Orleans after she refused to wear a mask, authorities said. The incident occurred on a flight that was set to depart from Louis Armstrong International Airport around 9:30 a.m. Friday to Dallas, The New Orleans Advocate reported. “I’ve never seen anything quite like it...
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MSNBC contributors slam pro-life advocates: They treat women like 'they’re incubators with mouthparts'
An MSNBC panel repeatedly portrayed pro-life advocates as people who treat women like “incubators.”
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