A federal judge Tuesday gave final approval to Los Angeles' proposed settlement with the L.A. Alliance for Human Rights in which the city will spend up to $3 billion to develop as many as 16,000 beds or housing units for non-mentally ill members of the homeless population.
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Seven months after 44-year-old Carolina Beach boater Joseph Johnson was reported missing, his boat was found on an island in the Mid-Atlantic.
One of the nation's biggest financial crises centers on retiring: people just can't afford to do it. According to 2021 data from the Natixis Global Retirement Index, 36% of Americans said they...
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Cedar Fair sold the land beneath Great America to Prologis for $310M and intends to eventually close the park
Amusement park operator Cedar Fair has sold the land beneath California's Great America and intends to close the park within 11 years.
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Tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular as a solution to help homeless people and come with a single bedroom, kitchen, water and electricity.
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The former New York mayor is says he was "assaulted" after someone clapped him on the back while criticizing him
Filipino family attacked at North Hollywood fast food drive-thru seeks extraction order on assailant
The Filipino American family who was threatened and physically attacked by a man at a McDonald’s drive-thru in North Hollywood, California, last month will seek an extraction order on their assailant. Patricia Roque, 19, expressed her frustration at her family’s ongoing case against Nicholas Weber, who faces hate crime charges, as he refused to attend his arraignment for the third time. “It’s very frustrating,” Patricia told migrant rights advocate Xenia Tupas on June 24.
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Tanner Dashner's dad asks families to 'be able to forgive Tanner and me,' during son's sentencing hearing
In emotional testimony Monday, the father of Tanner Dashner testified his son knew right from wrong and called what happened 'a terrible mistake'
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Two armed males entered the bus, walked to the back and began shooting at two people on board, Chicago police said.
Warren Buffett wants his entire $96 billion fortune spent within 10 years of his death. Every kid on the planet might get a cut
Some of Warren Buffett’s fortune will go to the Gates Foundation when he dies. Staffers reportedly might create a world children's savings bank with it.
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Former Marine Resigns as July 4 Parade Grand Marshal After Right-Wing Texas Radio Host Targeted Her Family
Jessy Kelly later delighted in the move with a tweet featuring a man walking away from an explosion
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The Oklahoma man was recently sentenced to prison, authorities said.
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And he’s out of there. Again.
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The Rincon Police Department says the driver purposely drove around a barricade and headed toward people on the parade route on Saturday.
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"I don't believe in abortion, at any time," Hostin said
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One person was stabbed in the back, deputies say.
An exceptionally well-preserved Roman floor mosaic, showing a rich variety of fish, animals, birds and ships, has returned to the site where it was first found in a Tel Aviv suburb after a decade-long tour of some of the world's top museums. The 1,700 year-old mosaic, from the late Roman period, was discovered in 1996 during highway construction work, but was not put on display until 2009, when sufficient funding to preserve it was donated. The colorful mosaic, 17 metres (55 ft) long and about 9 metres (29 ft) wide, may have served as the foyer floor of a mansion in a wealthy neighborhood of Lod, near what is now Tel Aviv, the Israel antiquities Authority said in a statement.
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Too much mayonnaise on a sandwich led a disgruntled customer to kill a woman and injure another.
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A video that is going viral appears to show a police officer pushing a man — forcing another to fall to the ground — then striking a second man
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The Supreme Court on Monday sided with two doctors challenging their convictions on drug distribution charges for over-prescribing opioid medications in a decision that could make it harder for federal prosecutors to prove such cases against licensed physicians. The court was unanimous in ruling for the two doctors but split 6-3 on narrower legal issues…
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Nathan Howard/GettyA female Republican congressional candidate claimed on the campaign trail in Virginia last month that rape victims are less likely to become pregnant because “it’s not something that’s happening organically.”Yesli Vega made the eyebrow-raising comments while being asked for her thoughts on what then promised to be a Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending the federal right to abortion.An audio recording of the remarks, which took place at an event in Stafford Co