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Ohio police officer on leave after driving over Black shooting victim who later died

A police officer in Ohio has been placed on leave after her dashcam video showed her patrol car driving over a shooting victim lying on a street, authorities said. The man died soon after. The incident occurred on the night of 13 June, when Springfield police officer Amanda Rosales was responding to a 911 call about a shooting on West Liberty Avenue. According to the video from inside of the cruise, Ms Rosales was driving the car when she struck an already bleeding Eric Cole, reported NBC News.Cole, a Black man, was flown to a hospital but was pronounced...
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In North Korea a packet of coffee costs $100, and that's a problem for Kim Jong Un

Hong Kong (CNN) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has bigger problems than the United States right now. He needs to feed his people, and his options are not good. The ruler of the secretive, hereditary communist dictatorship opened an important political meeting on Tuesday acknowledging the grim situation his country now faces. North Korea's food supply is strained and "getting tense," Kim said, according to the country's state-run newswire, KCNA.
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Kylie Jenner & Travis Scott: Their ‘Complex’ Relationship Status Revealed After PDA-Filled Gala

A source close to the couple tell HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that the public interest in their relationship has been ‘a lot’ for them. Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are once again fueling reconciliation rumors. The Kylie Cosmetics mogul, 23, flew out to New York City with 3-year-old daughter Stormi Webster, whom she shares with Travis, 29, on June 15 to support the rapper as he received an award at the Parsons Benefit. The on-again, off-again couple packed on the PDA on the red carpet, leading people to believe that they’re back together. Now, more details have emerged about the duo’s “complex” relationship.
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The Republican Party's mission: whitewash the Trump presidency

(CNN) — The Republican Party has turned to another page in the authoritarian playbook as it whitewashes the history of Donald Trump's presidency. It's as if the fawning over Vladimir Putin never happened. Or Trump's assurance that Covid-19 would simply "go away" never passed his lips. Trump's acolytes have, meanwhile, rebranded the worst assault in American democracy in modern times into a January 6 tourist jaunt as they seek to cleanse the reputation of the former President who told rioters to "fight like Hell" and, months later, still holds enormous sway over the GOP.
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1 dead, 12 injured in Arizona drive-by shooting spree

June 17 (UPI) -- Police in Arizona said officers have taken a man into custody following a drive-by shooting spree through three West Valley cities that left one person dead and at least 12 others injured. Peoria Sgt. Brandon Sheffert told reporters in a press conference that the male suspect...
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Man from Windsor to have 'record-breaking' kidneys removed

A man is preparing to have both his kidneys removed after they enlarged to a potentially "record-breaking" size. Warren Higgs, 54, from Windsor, has polycystic kidney disease (PKD) that causes small fluid-filled sacs called cysts to develop in the kidneys. He said his kidneys had grown so large they could...
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3 dead, 2 missing after tubers go over N.C. dam

June 18 (UPI) -- Authorities in North Carolina said search and rescue crews scouring the Dan River for a group of tubers who went over a dam a day earlier retrieved three bodies while two other people were still missing. "I can confirm we have three recoveries off the river...
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First 'Murder Hornet' of 2021 Has Been Found in The US, And It's in a New Area

A giant 'murder hornet' has just been found in a new part of the United States.  The dead insect was discovered in a county of Washington state just north of Seattle by a member of the public in early June. DNA testing has since confirmed it is an Asian giant hornet, or Vespa mandarinia. Because the corpse was exceptionally dry, experts think it's been dead for a while, and is most likely a remnant from last season. Being male - which don't tend to emerge until July or later - boosts the case for it being an older specimen. At the time,...
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Ingraham: The landscape is looking really bleak for Democrats

Laura Ingraham discussed the declining popularity of key Democrat policies on the heels of President Biden's "embarrassing" trip abroad Thursday on "The Ingraham Angle." "Well, fresh off embarrassing himself and the entire nation at the G-7 and NATO meetings, Biden returned to more bad news for his entire agenda at home," she said. "It's neither working nor popular. First, his approval numbers are upside down. The latest Monmouth poll has Joe at only 48% approval, down six points from 54% in April. He dropped nine points among Democrats and 11 points among the all-important independents."