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Mexican families of El Paso shooting victims sue Walmart

Mexican citizens whose relatives were victims in the Aug. 3 mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, have filed a lawsuit against the store chain.
Israel moves closer to third election in 12 months after coalition government fails to form

Israel moves closer to third election in 12 months after coalition government fails to form

Israel has missed a Wednesday deadline to form a new coalition government, pushing the country toward a possible third election in less than a year and prolonging the political paralysis that has
Florida professor who co-wrote book on organized crime charged with money laundering

Florida professor who co-wrote book on organized crime charged with money laundering

A Miami professor who co-authored a book on organized crime is accused of laundering millions in dirty money through his private U.S. bank accounts.

Florida professor who co-wrote book on organized crime charged with money laundering

A Miami professor who co-authored a book on organized crime is accused of laundering millions in dirty money through his private U.S. bank accounts.
Kentucky high school students allegedly attacked autistic teen in bathroom, leaving him unconscious in pool of blood, reports say

Kentucky high school students allegedly attacked autistic teen in bathroom, leaving him unconscious in pool of blood, reports say

An autistic high schooler was found in a pool of blood after he was allegedly beaten and knocked unconscious by several students at a Kentucky high school last Thursday, according to local reports.

Kentucky high school students allegedly attacked autistic teen in bathroom, leaving him unconscious in pool of blood, reports say

An autistic high schooler was found in a pool of blood after he was allegedly beaten and knocked unconscious by several students at a Kentucky high school last Thursday, according to local reports.
Authorities launch criminal probe after Arizona sheriff’s deputy tackles teen with no limbs

Authorities launch criminal probe after Arizona sheriff’s deputy tackles teen with no limbs

An Arizona sheriff’s department has opened a criminal investigation into one of its deputies after a video emerged of him appearing to tackle a 15-year-old boy with no limbs, according to reports.

Authorities launch criminal probe after Arizona sheriff’s deputy tackles teen with no limbs

An Arizona sheriff’s department has opened a criminal investigation into one of its deputies after a video emerged of him appearing to tackle a 15-year-old boy with no limbs, according to reports.
Dead cats found in freezer of unlicensed cat rescue: reports

Dead cats found in freezer of unlicensed cat rescue: reports

Two Maryland residents are facing multiple animal cruelty charges after authorities found 74 dead cats and rescued 150 live cats and other animals from their home, according to reports.

Dead cats found in freezer of unlicensed cat rescue: reports

Two Maryland residents are facing multiple animal cruelty charges after authorities found 74 dead cats and rescued 150 live cats and other animals from their home, according to reports.
Iraqi protesters block major port, halt commercial activity amid ongoing demonstrations

Iraqi protesters block major port, halt commercial activity amid ongoing demonstrations

Anti-government protesters in Iraq Tuesday blocked the country’s second largest commercial port, bringing commerce to a standstill as ongoing demonstrations against corruption continue.
Iraqi protesters block major port, halt commercial activity amid ongoing demonstrations

Iraqi protesters block major port, halt commercial activity amid ongoing demonstrations

Anti-government protesters in Iraq Tuesday blocked the country’s second largest commercial port, bringing commerce to a standstill as ongoing demonstrations against corruption continue.
Iranian protests over hiked fuel prices kill at least 106 people, Amnesty International says

Iranian protests over hiked fuel prices kill at least 106 people, Amnesty International says

Days of protests in Iran over increased fuel prices and the government’s subsequent crackdown have left at least 106 people dead, according to conservative estimates from Amnesty International.
Iranian protests over hiked fuel prices kill at least 106 people, Amnesty International says

Iranian protests over hiked fuel prices kill at least 106 people, Amnesty International says

Days of protests in Iran over increased fuel prices and the government’s subsequent crackdown have left at least 106 people dead, according to conservative estimates from Amnesty International.
‘Richard Jewell’ has serious inaccuracies, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor says

‘Richard Jewell’ has serious inaccuracies, Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor says

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film “Richard Jewell” contains inaccuracies.
Air Force airman accused of white nationalist ties reduced in rank

Air Force airman accused of white nationalist ties reduced in rank

A U.S. Air Force airman stationed in Colorado has been reduced in rank after he was alleged to have ties to a white nationalist group, according to a Tuesday report.

Air Force airman accused of white nationalist ties reduced in rank

A U.S. Air Force airman stationed in Colorado has been reduced in rank after he was alleged to have ties to a white nationalist group, according to a Tuesday report.
Amazon deforestation in Brazil hits 11-year high, data shows

Amazon deforestation in Brazil hits 11-year high, data shows

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has risen to its highest levels in more than a decade, according to new data from a government report Monday that seemed to confirm an increase under the
Amazon deforestation in Brazil hits 11-year high, data shows

Amazon deforestation in Brazil hits 11-year high, data shows

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has risen to its highest levels in more than a decade, according to new data from a government report Monday that seemed to confirm an increase under the
Supreme Court denies Martin Shkreli’s appeal to get out of prison

Supreme Court denies Martin Shkreli’s appeal to get out of prison

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli’s appeal to overturn his 2017 conviction for securities fraud and conspiracy, according to reports.