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    Judge postpones trial for 3 ex-cops charged in Floyd’s death

    The trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd will be pushed back to March 2022

    Inventor of Post-it Notes adhesive dies at age 80

    The inventor of the adhesive used on one of 3M’s best-known products, the Post-it Note, has died at his home in Minnesota

    Bill named after Vanessa Guillen to be reintroduced

    A bill named after Army specialist Vanessa Guillen, who was allegedly murdered at the Fort Hood Army base last year, will be reintroduced in Washington, D.C.

    California tree trimmer charged in deadly throat-slashings

    A tree trimmer has been charged in throat-slashings that left 3 dead.

    Two planes collide midair above Denver, no one injured

    Federal officials say two airplanes collided in midair near Denver on Wednesday and there were no injuries

    Univ of South Carolina president quits, says 'trust is lost'

    The embattled president of the University of South Carolina has resigned, days after he delivered a commencement address marred by allegations of plagiarism

    78-year-old fulfills lifelong dream of earning college degree

    She is a grandmother, great-grandmother and now a college graduate.

    Family of sophomore who died after alleged hazing incident sues fraternity

    The parents of the Bowling Green State University sophomore who died following an alleged fraternity hazing ritual in March has filed a lawsuit against the fraternity.

    Pipeline restarts operations following hacking shutdown

    The shutdown had caused panic in many southeastern states.

    Ruling paves way for longer sentence in George Floyd's death

    A Minnesota judge has found aggravating factors in the death of George Floyd

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