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The Associated Press

Memphis authorities release video in Tyre Nichols’ death

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Video showing five Memphis officers beating a Black man was made public Friday, one day after they were charged with murder in the death of Tyre Nichols. The footage shows the Black officers savagely beating the 29-year-old FedEx worker for three minutes in an assault...
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Court releases video of attack on Paul Pelosi

CNN — The San Francisco Superior Court on Friday released video and audio recorded during last year’s attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, including police body-cam footage depicting the moment of the attack and the alleged assailant’s police interview where he admitted he wanted to hold the then-House speaker hostage.
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The Hill

Biden ‘outraged and deeply pained’ by Tyre Nichols video

President Biden said he was “outraged” by video released Friday night showing police officers beating Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, and he called for those upset by the footage to protest peacefully. “Like so many, I was outraged and deeply pained to see the horrific video of the beating that resulted in Tyre Nichols’…
CBS News

At least 7 killed in shooting in Jerusalem; gunman slain

A gunman opened fire Friday night near a synagogue in east Jerusalem, killing at least seven people and wounding several before he was shot and killed, Israeli police and medics said.The shooting in the Jewish neighborhood of Neve Yaakov followed a deadly raid by the Israeli military Thursday in the occupied West Bank that killed nine Palestinians, with a 10th killed later north of Jerusalem. After Friday's shooting, a spokesman for the Magen David Adom emergency service said that in addition to those killed, three people had been taken to a hospital, including a 70-year-old in critical condition, a 20-year-old in...
The Hill

What can we learn on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day?

The memories of 20th century events inexorably fade from our collective rearview mirror, leaving us to ponder on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day: What might we still learn from the Holocaust? The question is all the more relevant and poignant because the brave Holocaust survivors on whom we have relied to be the bridge between…
The New York Times

New Blood Donation Rules to Loosen Restrictions on Gay and Bisexual Men

The Food and Drug Administration plans to revise a long-standing policy that excluded most gay and bisexual men from blood donation, instead adopting an approach that will screen donors depending on their recent sexual activity, agency officials said Friday.
CBS News

Pharmacies CVS, Walmart and Walgreens to cut pharmacy hours

CVS and Walmart are reducing their pharmacy operating hours across the U.S. to improve employees' work-life balance as the chains continue to struggle with staffing shortages in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.CVS said it will be "adjusting hours in select stores" come spring, as part of a periodic review of "operating hours to make sure we're open during peak customer demand." The move will affect roughly two-thirds of the company's approximately 9,000 retail pharmacies beginning in March, a company spokesperson said in a statement to CBS MoneyWatch. CVS, which is the largest pharmacy chain in the U.S. by...
The Hill

Kemp declares state of emergency in Georgia after protests erupt in Atlanta

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Thursday declared a state of emergency in response to a series of protests in Atlanta that turned violent last weekend.  Kemp called for up to 1,000 members of the Georgia National Guard and made “all resources” available to respond to the protests in which six people were arrested on…
CBS News

Jay Leno injured in motorcycle crash 2 months after suffering burns

Two months after undergoing surgery for serious burns, Jay Leno is now contending with a number of broken bones after being knocked off a motorcycle.The comedian and former "Tonight Show" host told a Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist Thursday that he broke his collarbone and two ribs and cracked his kneecaps on Jan. 17.The November garage fire and January wreck both stemmed from his passion for working on vintage vehicles. He suffered burns on his face, hands and chest in a gasoline fire while repairing the fuel line on a vintage car. Last week, it was a vintage motorcycle.He told the...
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