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Video shows Cox was paralyzed when his neck was broken inside a police van that stopped suddenly, but officers still dragged him along the ground by his arms despite his pleas for help.
Thousands of flyers could face logistical nightmares as data shows hundreds of flights have been delayed and canceled so far on Tuesday.
The temporary initiatives are set to begin on July 1, with the grocery relief due to last for a year and the gas relief to remain in place for six months.
She is said to be so traumatized she can no longer leave her home after the alleged attack at a Texas probation center.
The 39-year-old shoved a woman to the ground as he pushed past her to attack the workers. He and the woman, who also pushed an employee, were both cautioned.
The clip, which shows a 60-year-old Ginsburg, was filmed during her Supreme Court confirmation hearings back in 1993, when she made the legal case for abortion.
A nine-year-old boy drowned in Lake Elsinore, California, while a 13-year-old boy lost his life in Lake Stevens, Washington.
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The young women, aged 18 to 21, were from Van Nuys, California, and were with their granddad in Guatemala when their vehicle was struck in a hit-and-run.
The tiny child, who was described as a "fetus – very, very small" by police, was found wrapped in a blanket at about 2 a.m. outside an apartment complex.
The 13-month-old boy had stumbled across the drugs wrap while out with his family in Orange Beach, Alabama.
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The biker group, which discussed its plans in April, doesn't appear to be connected with the 31 people arrested and charged with conspiracy to riot on June 11.
The man, who has a history of weapons offences, is fighting for his life after the blast at the home, which was stuffed with explosives and guns.
The wildfire has engulfed some 4,500 acres of scrubland after winds fanned the flames for 15 miles across the dry grass and brush, forcing evacuations.
"My view is that social media played no role whatsoever. This was a decision made by the jury on the evidence," Depp's lawyer said.
An assistant district attorney is no longer employed by Graham County in North Carolina after offering a controversial plea deal to a dog owner.
The British Ministry of Defence claims Ukrainian troops have secured a victory by managing to retake some land from the Russians along the Ingulets River.
Duane Mann, 91, finally finds Peggy Yamaguchi: "I'm here to tell you that I didn't abandon you at all. I just couldn't find you."
The mayoral race between the two Democrats has been tight, but a new poll suggests Bass is now the frontrunner—just one day before L.A. voters make their choice.
Florida auditors found incomplete data on death rates and case numbers, while demographic details were missing from records and contact tracing was patchy.
The Republican congresswoman, who represents Georgia, says placing more guns into schools will increase children's safety.
Rep. Billy Long (R-MO) made the startling claim that legalizing abortion encouraged mass murder because "life has no value" anymore.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) made the claims in a British newspaper as she prepares for the hearings due to begin this week into the storming of the Capitol.
Authorities said they did not expect a run on handguns after the government revealed plans to freeze sales, but store owners report the weapons are selling out.
The 19-year-old was paraded on stage to cheers at the annual Young Women's Leadership Summit in Texas, run by conservative organization Turning Point USA.
Two climbers died on the world's highest mountain this year, but tough new rules were brought in after 11 mountaineers perished in 2019.