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Rochester, NYNew York Post

2 teens shot, 1 killed, while walking down Rochester street

A double shooting in Rochester left one teenager dead and another hurt Saturday. The boys were reportedly walking down a busy street when someone opened fire on them. The boy who died was in his early teens and was shot multiple times, Police Capt. Frank Umbrino told the local NBC affiliate WHEC-TV.
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New York Mother Accused of Throwing Her 2 Young Children Out of Second-Story Window

A New York mother is accused of throwing her two young children out of an apartment building window before later jumping out herself. On Saturday, the 24-year-old mother - who has not been identified by name - reportedly threw a 1-month-old girl and her 2-year-old brother out of the second-floor window of an apartment building in Brooklyn, according to NBC News, which cited a statement from the New York City Police Department.
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FBI raids home of Los Angeles-based actor who entered U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 with right-wing protesters

The FBI this week raided the home of a Los Angeles-based actor who was among a group of right-wing protesters who entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, authorities said. About 20 agents armed and outfitted in tactical gear raided the North Hollywood home of Siaka Massaquoi shortly before 6 a.m. Friday, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

Louisville diner pulls gun on armed BLM protesters in shocking video

A diner pulled a gun on armed Black Lives Matter protesters after they stormed the outside space of an upscale Louisville restaurant on the day of the Kentucky Derby. The demonstrators have been marching to Churchill Downs to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, who was shot lifeless by native cops in a botched drug raid final 12 months, based on the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Huntersville, NCMSNBC

North Carolina plantation's Juneteenth event underscores South's historical whitewashing

Owners of the Latta Plantation in Huntersville, North Carolina faced a rude awakening this week when members of the public called out their planned Juneteenth event. Coinciding with the holiday that commemorates the end of legalized slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865, the Latta Plantation promised an event highlighting the experiences of white slaveholders and Confederate soldiers. “Come out to Historic Latta Plantation for a one-night event, Saturday, June 19, 2021,” they promised. “You will hear stories from the massa himself who is now living in the woods.” They went on to emphasize that the planned Juneteenth program would focus on “white refugees” who had been “displaced and have a story to tell as well.”
Brooklyn, NYNew York Post

MTA bus driver loses ‘dream job,’ sues after hemp tea taints blood test

A Staten Islander went from driving an MTA bus to cleaning it — all because of false advertising on a weight loss tea, he claims in a lawsuit. Roy Hunter, 34, was trying to get healthier when he began drinking Iaso Instant Tea, a “broad-spectrum hemp extract” drink which is supposed to help people shed pounds, he said in court papers.