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O.J. Simpson’s parole supervision ends

As of Dec. 1, Simpson, 74, was granted his full freedom after four years of supervised release

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Florida city sued over mural depicting first black female firefighter as white

Now, Clemons, 48, who rose to the rank of deputy chief of the Boynton Beach Fire Rescue Department before retiring in 2020, is suing the city for defamation, libel and negligence. The city has…

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Germany sets aside an additional $767 million for holocaust survivors, officials say

The group, the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, better known as the Claims Conference, announced on Wednesday that it had secured an additional $767 million in benefits for…

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Obama breaks ground on presidential center in Chicago after lengthy discord

Barack Obama, a Democrat who left office in January 2017, said that the presidential center would become a catalyst for job growth and economic development

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Man gets 4 years in $126 million printer toner fraud

ilbert N. Michaels, of West Los Angeles, California, was found guilty in December 2019 of orchestrating the scheme, which prosecutors said had defrauded more than 50,000 victims and led to…

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Ex-babysitter charged with murder 37 years after shaking infant, prosecutors say

McKirchy was sentenced to 60 days in jail and probation after pleading no contest in 1985 to charges of attempted murder and aggravated child abuse

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5 police officers are fired after a man in custody hangs himself

The officers’ dismissal was announced by the Savannah Police Department on Monday. That same day the city’s police chief and mayor met with the family of William Harvey, who officers said hanged…

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Two arrested in California road-rage shooting that killed a six-year-old

Eriz Marcus Anthony, 24, and Lee Wynne, 23, are expected to be charged with the murder of the boy, Aiden Anthony Leos, who was struck by gunfire on May 21 while riding in the back seat of his…

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A law student mocked the federalist society. It jeopardized his graduation.

The student's offense was sending an email flyer to fellow law students in January that he pretended was from the Federalist Society

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Police chief who threatened Facebook critic with false arrest pleads guilty

The station reported that the man had said that the chief told him that since the man liked to post fake stories, he could make up a fake arrest.

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Several killed in a shooting outside Columbus, Ohio

Three bodies were found inside the apartment and there were additional bodies outside the home, television station WSYX reported. The police told the station that they received a 911 call from a…

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Two ex-deputies face manslaughter charges in black man’s death in Texas

The indictments of the former deputies brought the number of people charged in connection with Ambler’s death to four

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An Asian American official bared his chest, revealing scars from his army service

Wong removed his suit jacket and his tie and unbuttoned his dress shirt, according to a video of the board’s March 23 meeting, which has since drawn widespread attention. Then, he lifted his…

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Minneapolis police investigate punching of a black teenager by an officer

The punch occurred Wednesday afternoon after a 'violent felony carjacking' in the suburb of New Hope and a police chase through Robbinsdale that ended in north Minneapolis

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Ohio medical board reopens 91 sexual assault cases involving doctors and medical professionals

Ohio State’s longtime former director of student health services is a focus of the reopened investigation into failed reporting

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