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Texas woman killed after a stolen big rig crashes into a mobile home

A suspect in a reportedly stolen 18-wheeler is accused of jumping out of the moving truck moments before it crashed into a mobile home in Texas, killing a woman and injuring a man.

A top NYPD official says there was no coverup in the investigation of officers who arrested Eric Garner

A top-ranking New York Police Department official testified during a judicial inquiry on Tuesday there was "no coverup" in the internal investigation into officers who were on scene when Eric Garner was killed while in police custody but he questioned why Garner was charged with a felony for having five packs of cigarettes.

Charlottesville civil trial will explore where free speech becomes conspiracy to commit violence

About 9 p.m. on August 11, 2017, several hundred White supremacists, mostly young men, held tiki torches as they formed a line that snaked across Nameless Field at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.

Former Liberty University spokesman sues for wrongful termination after allegedly speaking out against school's handling of Title IX lawsuit

A former Liberty University spokesman is suing the university for firing him after he allegedly spoke out on how the school was handling sexual misconduct allegations, according to a suit filed Monday.

Officials targeted by Trump's election lies live in fear

• Analysis: Marjorie Taylor Greene is now trying to justify the January 6 riot • Opinion: The racist theory that is animating some Trump backers

Merrick Garland will appear before Senate panel amid pressure on Nassar probe, Bannon and school boards memo

Attorney General Merrick Garland is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, where he is likely to face fierce Republican blowback to a memo he issued addressing threats to school boards, as well as bipartisan heat for the FBI's handling of the Larry Nassar probe.

Facebook having a tougher time managing misinformation than it is letting on, leaks suggest

In public, Facebook has touted the resources it has dedicated to tackling Covid-19 and vaccine misinformation, even scolding US President Joe Biden for his harsh criticism of the company's handling of the issue. In doing so, it claimed that "more than 2 billion people have viewed authoritative information about COVID-19 and vaccines on Facebook, which is more than any other place on the internet."

House votes to award Congressional Gold Medal to 13 US service members killed in Kabul airport attack

The House of Representatives on Monday unanimously passed a bill that would posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to the 13 US service members killed in the August terrorist attack outside Kabul's airport during the US evacuation from Afghanistan.

The first new Range Rover in a decade faces tougher competition

Land Rover just unveiled what will be the first new, redesigned Range Rover in a decade. This is only the fifth generation of the large off-road luxury SUV since the model was introduced in 1970. A sleek new design, with smoothed off corners and edges, retains the classic proportions, but gives it a more modern look to better compete in an increasingly crowded world of high-end SUVs.

Spanx employees get $10,000 and two first-class plane tickets

The chief executive and founder of shapewear company Spanx has surprised employees with two first-class plane tickets and $10,000 each to celebrate the company's $1.2 billion deal with Blackstone.

Trump SPAC slumps 30% after wild week of trading

The shell company that plans to merge with former US President Donald Trump's new media firm is losing some steam after last week's trading bonanza.

Investors are getting very greedy again

What a difference a month makes.

Businesses damaged by storm eligible for microgrants of up to $5k

State warns about cannabis that looks like candy

Alligator crawls out of storm drain

Cops stop man who drove wrong way for 18 miles

Homeless encampment shuts down

County celebrates after school programs

Woman walking dog hit, killed by school bus

Club opens doors for free after school programs

Sheriff seeks caller who made false death report

Artist carves 910-pound pumpkin

'My dad goes crazy for Halloween.' Family's huge display a tradition

Woman sues, claims dentist left drill bit in jaw

Bar offering no alcohol opens

Man gets 9 years for torturing woman in basement

Church spends day preparing meals for the hungry

Vandals damage light pedestals

Sheriff says video shows hazing 'assault'

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