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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»

Photo: California Firefighters Battle Wind-Driven Wildfire Near San Francisco California Firefighters Battle Wind-Driven Wildfire Near San Francisco
The Guardian - Sun Jun 2, 2024
TRACY, California - California firefighters aided by aircraft battled a wind-driven wildfire that began Saturday and continued burning early Sunday morning in an area straddling the San Francisco Bay Area and central California, authorities said. More»

Photo: Hundreds of thousands of US Internet Routers Destroyed in Newly Discovered 2023 Hack Hundreds of thousands of US Internet Routers Destroyed in Newly Discovered 2023 Hack
Reuters - Fri May 31, 2024
WASHINGTON - An unidentified hacking group launched a massive cyberattack on a telecommunications company in the US heartland late last year that disabled hundreds of thousands of internet routers, according to research published Thursday. More»

Photo: Trump Supporters Doxx Jurors and Post Violent Threats after his Conviction Trump Supporters Doxx Jurors and Post Violent Threats after his Conviction
NBC News - Fri May 31, 2024
WASHINGTON — The 34 felony guilty verdicts returned Thursday against former President Donald Trump spurred a wave of violent rhetoric aimed at the prosecutors who secured his conviction, the judge who oversaw the case and the ordinary jurors who unanimously agreed there was no reasonable doubt that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee falsified business records related to hush money payments to a porn star to benefit his 2016 campaign. More»

Photo: Donald Trump Found Guilty On All 34 Felony Counts Donald Trump Found Guilty On All 34 Felony Counts
NBC News - Thu May 30, 2024
NEW YORK, New York - A New York jury has found Donald Trump guilty on all 34 felony counts of falsifying business records, marking the first time a former US president has ever been convicted of a crime. More»

Photo: Tornadoes and Storms Leave 15 Dead Across Central US Tornadoes and Storms Leave 15 Dead Across Central US
BBC - Sun May 26, 2024
At least 15 people have been killed as tornadoes and storms tore across central areas of the US, destroying homes and cutting power to hundreds of thousands. More»

Photo: Louisiana Lawmakers Pass Criminal Penalties for Abortion Pill Possession Louisiana Lawmakers Pass Criminal Penalties for Abortion Pill Possession
Politico - Thu May 23, 2024
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Louisiana lawmakers on Thursday approved legislation making the possession of abortion pills without a prescription a crime punishable by up to 10 years in prison. More»

Photo: Central Florida Priest Bites Woman After Denying Her Communion Central Florida Priest Bites Woman After Denying Her Communion
WFTV-TV - Thu May 23, 2024
SAINT CLOUD, Florida - Communion at a Central Florida church took an unexpected turn – an argument that ended with a priest biting a church member, according to police. More»

Photo: Julian Assange Can Appeal Extradition to the US, UK Court Rules Julian Assange Can Appeal Extradition to the US, UK Court Rules
CNN - Mon May 20, 2024
London’s High Court has ruled that Julian Assange has the right to appeal in his final challenge against extradition to the United States. More»

Photo: San Diego Bans Yoga on the Beach San Diego Bans Yoga on the Beach
KUSI-TV - Mon May 20, 2024
SAN DIEGO, California — Local yoga instructors are now considering legal action against the City of San Diego as the city cracks down on free classes along the coast. More»

Photo: Four Minors Found Working at Alabama Poultry Plant Run by Firm Responsible for Teen's Death Four Minors Found Working at Alabama Poultry Plant Run by Firm Responsible for Teen's Death
NBC News - Sun May 19, 2024
JASPER, Alabama - Four minors as young as 16 were allegedly discovered working overnight at an Alabama slaughterhouse owned by the same firm that was found directly responsible for the death of a 16-year-old Mississippi worker last summer, the US Labor Department said in federal court filings. More»

Photo: Grammar Sticklers Can 'Rest Easy' as Harrogate Sign Reinstated with Apostrophe Grammar Sticklers Can 'Rest Easy' as Harrogate Sign Reinstated with Apostrophe
Yorkshire Post - Fri May 17, 2024
Grammar sticklers in Harrogate will rest easier after North Yorkshire Council said it will reinstate a controversial street sign with its apostrophe. More»

Photo: John Barbata Dies Aged 79 John Barbata Dies Aged 79
The Express - Thu May 16, 2024
John Barbata, the legendary drummer known for his work with the Turtles and Jefferson Starship, has died at the age of 79 as the band paid tribute to their former member. More»

Photo: Ruffling Feathers: why was Linda Ronstadt banned in Las Vegas? Ruffling Feathers: why was Linda Ronstadt banned in Las Vegas?
Far Out Magazine - Thu May 16, 2024
It’s hard to imagine anyone having a problem with Linda Ronstadt. More»

Photo: The Mirage Casino is Closing The Mirage Casino is Closing
Yahoo! News - Thu May 16, 2024
LAS VEGAS, Nevada — The iconic Mirage hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip will shut its doors this summer, the end of an era for a property credited with helping transform Sin City into an ultra-luxury resort destination. More»