Minneapolis’ first Black police chief announced that he would retire and not take a third term.
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Fox News panel reacts to Breyer retirement with immediate backlash to Biden picking a Black woman: 'What you're talking about is discrimination'
A law professor on the panel tried to argue it would be unconstitutional for President Biden to pick a Black woman under a pledge for any other job.
The former president's son received a quick reminder about his father.
Every year, India celebrates Republic Day on 26 January with a show of military might and diversity.
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“We are seeking 1 person per shift along with Security and TBS when he is here in the office setting,” a county email says.
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The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
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Asian Indians who settled in Jersey City in the 1980s were victims of racist attacks carried out by people who called themselves "Dotbusters."
In a US first, San Jose, California will make gun owners insure themselves against injury or accident.
The Fox News personalities clashed over a Republican spot questioning the president's ability to lead.
Sen. Lindsey Graham says Democrats will likely be able to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer without any Republican support: 'Elections have consequences'
"If all Democrats hang together ... they have the power to replace Justice Breyer in 2022 without one Republican vote in support," Graham said.
2022 is shaping up to be a legal nightmare for Trumpworld. Here's a timeline of upcoming court cases and legal obstacles.
Donald Trump and his allies are bracing for a flurry of legal challenges this year. Here are the big cases to put on your radar.
Bernie Sanders says a big tax break for the wealthy is out of the Biden spending bill, triggering pushback from moderates threatening to derail the entire package
"Democrats need to focus on the struggling working class, not giving more tax breaks to the wealthy," Sanders said. Other Democrats said not so fast.
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Actor Michael Rapaport posted video that he says shows a shoplifter walking out of a New York City Rite Aid.
Within moments of widespread media reports that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will retire when the current term ends this summer, the Washington parlor game of making a short list of judges President Joe Biden might consider to replace him began. After all, Biden had pledged during the campaign that he would nominate a Black woman to the nine-Justice panel in an historic first. The Senate is split 50-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking the tie.
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The driver was run off the road minutes later by pursuing deputies.
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Janos Kummer/Getty ImagesWith Russian troops steadily massing on the Ukraine border and a looming threat of an invasion that the White House described as “imminent,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson would have you look the other way. During the episode of his Monday show, Carlson pondered: “Why is it disloyal to side with Russia but loyal to side with Ukraine?” Three years earlier, Carlson admitted that he is rooting for Russia in its conflict with Ukraine. He said, in part: “Why do I care… what is
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Police, prosecutors and others are speaking out so more residents know what lawmakers are doing, Joe DelGiudice writes.
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A middle-age Southern California man is accused of lying in wait outside local schools for children wearing masks—and then following them around so he can cough at them, spit on them, and taunt them for being “stupid” enough to don the face coverings.The man, captured on video wearing a “Your mask makes you look stupid” T-shirt, has allegedly been continuing his anti-mask harassment campaign for a month in suburban La Crescenta, with a string of alleged incidents under his bel
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Aldermen reject $125,000 settlement for woman whose son was fatally shot by Chicago police after he stabbed officer
Aldermen took the rare stance this week of refusing to pay a negotiated settlement in a lawsuit related to police conduct — in this case to a woman whose son was shot and killed by officers after she called 911 because he was threatening her with a knife. The City Council Finance Committee deadlocked 13-13 Monday on the proposed $125,000 settlement for Lenora Bonds, meaning the Finance ...
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The Jewish settlement of Homesh, built on privately owned Palestinian land deep inside the occupied West Bank, was dismantled in 2005 and cannot be rebuilt. At least, that's what Israeli law says. The settlers' ability to maintain a presence at Homesh, guarded by a detachment of Israeli soldiers, is a vivid display of the power of the settler movement nearly 55 years after Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Mideast war.