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Two Ind. officers suspended after arresting man thought to be anti-police
Brookville Police Chief Terry Mitchum and investigating officer Ryan Geiser were suspended with pay from the nine-person force by the town’s council.
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Being adopted has shaped their views on abortion — in different ways
Since the fall of Roe v. Wade, a number of people who were adopted have been vocal on both sides of the debate.
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Taylor Swift says peers, not 3LW, taught her about ‘players’ and ‘haters’
A lawsuit alleges Taylor Swift copied a 3LW track in her 2014 hit "Shake It Off." But the music star says she had "never heard" that song before.
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Peter Jackson weighed hypnosis to see Lord of the Rings with fresh eyes
Peter Jackson said he sought out hypnotherapy to forget directing the Lord of the Rings trilogy — just to watch the movies like a normal person.
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Scammer rips off 11-year-old boy at lemonade stand with fake $100 bill
Jeremy Ryzhonkov said he gave the scammer change for what he thought was a $100 bill. Then he learned it was a fake.
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Gabby Petito’s parents to sue Utah police, claiming missed chance to save her life
Had the officers responded properly, the family argues, the case could have ended differently.
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Oh, how the powerful wail and whine
Trump has a bird’s-eye view of the law and pretends that he's oppressed by it. He plays the victim in chief. His pain is all that matters.
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Minnesota county settles with minority officers blocked from Chauvin
The officers said they were removed from their jobs and replaced by White officers when Derek Chauvin was brought to their facility after George Floyd's death.
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Albuquerque police detain suspect in shootings of Muslim men
A car police believed to be connected to four shootings was found Tuesday and the driver detained, Police Chief Harold Medina said.
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After making up story, boy admits he ‘unintentionally’ shot mom, police say
The 12-year-old boy, who has not been publicly identified, accidentally shot and killed his mother, 29-year-old Ayobiyi Cook, in their Alabama home, authorities said.
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Pro-Trump brand fined by FTC for incorrect ‘Made in the USA’ labels
Lions Not Sheep, a clothing brand that uses far-right symbols, was fined by the Federal Trade Commission for falsely marketing its products as American-made.
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Actress Anne Heche is in a coma after crashing into home, rep says
Actress Anne Heche is in a coma after crashing into a Los Angeles home, a spokesperson said.
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United States returns looted Bronze Age treasures to Cambodia
The looted Cambodian artifacts were sold by antiquities dealer Douglas Latchford and other illegal networks to U.S. museums.
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Dream job alert: A mattress company is paying people to sleep
The mattress company Casper is hiring people to sleep in the company's stores and provide videos for TikTok and other social media platforms.
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Four boys left a note in a bottle 27 years ago. Someone just found it.
Brian Standefer called it “a surreal and emotional thing, especially since we’d lost Travis.”
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