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Photo: Hackers Steal Call Records of 'nearly all' AT&T Customers Hackers Steal Call Records of 'nearly all' AT&T Customers
BBC - Sat Jul 13, 2024
Hackers stole call and text records data from "nearly all" of 109 million AT&T Wireless customers, the telecommunications company disclosed on Friday.. More»

Photo: Rapper BG Ordered to Have all Future Songs Approved by US Government Rapper BG Ordered to Have all Future Songs Approved by US Government
The Guardian - Tue Jul 2, 2024
A US federal judge has refused prosecutors’ request to prohibit the maker of the 1990s rap classic Bling Bling “from promoting and glorifying future gun violence/murder” in songs and at concerts while on supervised release from prison, saying such a restriction could violate his constitutional right to free speech.. More»

Photo: SCOTUS Upholds Oregon Ban on Homeless Use of Pillows, Blankets SCOTUS Upholds Oregon Ban on Homeless Use of Pillows, Blankets
Law & Crime - Fri Jun 28, 2024
The United States Supreme Court ruled Friday that bans criminalizing the use of blankets, pillows, or cardboard boxes while sleeping on public property do not offend the Eighth Amendment’s restriction on cruel and unusual punishment.. More»

Photo: Up to 10 People Shot at Rochester Hills Splash Pad; Gunman 'Contained' Up to 10 People Shot at Rochester Hills Splash Pad; Gunman 'Contained'
Detroit News - Sun Jun 16, 2024
ROCHESTER HILLS, Michigan - As many as ten people were shot at a splash pad in Rochester Hills around 5 pm Saturday after a "random" gunman got out of a vehicle and unloaded 28 gunshots from a handgun at the streetside park, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said.. More»

Photo: Neo-Nazis unfurl swastika flag on Capitol steps in Pierre Neo-Nazis unfurl swastika flag on Capitol steps in Pierre
Argus Leader - Sun Jun 9, 2024
PIERRE, South Dakota - Neo-Nazi group "Blood Tribe" claims responsibility.. More»

Photo: Texas Towns Try to Close Roads to Abortion-Seekers Texas Towns Try to Close Roads to Abortion-Seekers
AFP - Sun Jun 9, 2024
AMARILLO, Texas – Abortion is illegal statewide in Texas, but residents in the city of Amarillo want to go a step further - banning even the use of the citys roads by people seeking the procedure elsewhere.. More»

Photo: The DEA plans to Reclassify Cannabis as a Schedule III Drug The DEA plans to Reclassify Cannabis as a Schedule III Drug
The Guardian - Sun Jun 9, 2024
Recent rules proposed by the Drug Enforcement Administration aim to reclassify cannabis as a schedule III drug, raising an important question for the nearly 15,000 dispensaries in the US: what does this mean? Cannabis, particularly cannabis containing delta-9 THC, occupies a bizarre legal gray area.. More»