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In North Carolina, You Can Get Married At 14. That May Change.

House committee cleared legislation Tuesday raising the marriage age to 16 in North Carolina. The Senate unanimously approved the measure last month, which also prevents a spouse of a young person from being older than four years. Additionally, 16 and 17-year-olds would be required to obtain either parental consent or a judge's permission before they could marry.
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California Residents and Animal Advocates Sue Over Dead Elk

California Residents and Animal Advocates Sue Over Dead ElkNational Park Service: California. There have been more than a dozen deaths of tule elk at Point Reyes National Seashore in the last year due to starvation and dehydration. According to the California lawsuit, they couldn't get past a fence the National Park Service put up so they wouldn't compete for food and water with cattle.
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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Biden, Harris and Their Supporters

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Biden, Harris and Their Supporters. James Dale Reed, age 42, of Frederick, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to the federal charge of threats to a major candidate for President or Vice President—specifically, making threats against then-former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. A federal criminal complaint for the same charge was filed against Reed on October 21, 2020 and he was convicted of related state charges in Frederick County Circuit Court.
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Vermont Doctor Pleads Guilty to 19 Counts of Voyeurism

Vermont Doctor Pleads Guilty to 19 Counts of Voyeurism. The United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont, the U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, and the Chittenden County State’s Attorney announced that pursuant to plea agreements filed in federal and state court, Eike Blohm, 39, of South Burlington, Vermont, has agreed to plead guilty to one count of Possession of Child Pornography in federal court, and one count of Lewd & Lascivious Conduct, one count of Voyeurism (Circumstances – First Offense), and 19 counts of Voyeurism (Place – First Offense) in state court. Blohm, who has been in federal custody since May 22, 2020, is scheduled to plead guilty in federal court before U.S. District Judge Christina Reiss on July 8, 2021, and on July 13, 2021, in Vermont State Superior Court, Chittenden Unit.
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3 Surprising Facts About World War II

World War II is an incredibly significant time in our history, so many facts about the event are widespread. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t fascinating facts you likely don’t know about the WWII era. To further expand your knowledge of this iconic era, let’s break down three surprising facts about World War II.
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3 Common Causes of Semi-Truck Accidents

It’s no secret that the presence of semi-trucks on the road can increase the risks involved with driving. Due to their size and reduced navigation capabilities, these vehicles have the potential to cause catastrophic injury or even death to those nearby. Because of this, it’s crucial that you know what some of the most common causes of semi-truck accidents are and how you can avoid putting yourself in harm’s way. Here are a few important factors to keep in mind the next time you’re driving near a semi.
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Ways To Improve the Value of Your Community

As individuals, we may sometimes find it difficult to understand the full picture of our communities and the needs and wants of our residents and neighbors. To help you improve the lives of those living in your community, consider finding a few ways to improve the value of your community and its real estate. Between amenities and public facilities, it’s all about understanding your community’s demographics.