A new bill, aimed at cracking down on gun trafficking, aims to help restrict the flow of firearms into New York from out-of-state.
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A gunman opened fire on the parade, killing at least six people and injuring dozens of others. 22-Year-Old Rapper Identified as “Person of Interest” in July 4th Highland Park Parade Shooting Alex Young
Well after Ashton Kutcher, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kristen Bell and the Rock made headlines everywhere for openly discussing their bathing habits, it’s still sparking debate: Is it possible to shower too much? Not...
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DQ'd? From a pro-am? That appears to be the case for Jordan Spieth.
In Las Vegas, everything has an end date. Casinos and resorts seemingly need updates nearly as soon as they open and what seems cutting edge today may be dated in a just a few years. The Las Vegas Strip undergoes nearly endless change.
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Monday's game in Milwaukee saw the Cubs and Brewers make MLB history behind a trio of unique home runs.
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Camilla invited Kate to photograph her in the garden of her private Wiltshire home for a cover shoot for this month's Country Life magazine.
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A person of interest in the Highland Park parade shooting is in custody.
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An unruly female passenger has been kicked off a plane for refusing to sit next to a baby.
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Highland Park Police, ReutersAfter a daylong manhunt, Illinois police have taken in the “person of interest” wanted in connection with a sniper attack at a July 4 parade in Highland Park that killed six people and sent dozens more to the hospital.Authorities have not said 22-year-old Robert “Bobby” Crimo III is the suspected gunman, but before he was taken into custody, they said he was armed and dangerous.They said a North Chicago police officer spotted the car Crimo was believed to be driving
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Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), who sits on the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot, said she is “surprised” by federal prosecutors’ reactions to testimony given before the panel this week by Cassidy Hutchinson, who previously served as an aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. During an appearance…
The event, which happened on July 3 in Downtown Phoenix, was broken up by police about an hour after it began. Organizers said they have done similar events at the same property before, without any issues.
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Draymond Green said Kevin Durant made a mistake by leaving the Warriors for the Nets.
Canadian clinical psychologist and YouTube personality Jordan Peterson said he would “rather die” than delete the tweet he posted about actor Elliot Page last month. Speaking to the National Post, Peterson, 60, said Twitter had temporarily suspended most of his account's features on June 28 after he tweeted about the 35-year-old actor. In his now-deleted post, Peterson referred to Page using his former name and claimed he had his "breasts removed by a criminal physician."
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Nick Kyrgios is facing yet another warning from Wimbledon officials after breaking the All England Club’s strict dress code and then declaring that “I do what I want”.
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Courtesy Josefina ToledoSurrounded by a dozen family members, Nicolás Toledo, 78, was sitting on his walker to watch the Highland Park July 4 parade on Monday when the gunshots rang out.“We all threw ourselves to the ground,” his daughter, Josefina Toledo, told The Daily Beast. “My dad, since it’s difficult for him to walk … he was sitting on his walker and he was hit in his back and in his head.”The father of eight, who recently became a great-grandfather, was killed instantly—one of the six pe
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The Twins turned a weird one against the White Sox.
"The only reason you’re celebrating Independence Day is because citizens were armed," the NRA tweeted. Unless you've been killed by an armed citizen.
This is honestly hilarious.
On March 4, 2022, an upper-stage rocket booster slammed into the Moon. We know this much for sure. But as soon as you dig into this story, it gets weird. The central figure in this saga is Bill Gray, a software designer who wrote Guide, a sophisticated piece of programming used by professional and amateur astronomers to calculate the orbits and positions of asteroids in the sky. He wrote about this as the events happened. The object was discovered on March 14, 2015 by the Catalina Sky Survey, wh