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    Memphis police chief says video of Tyre Nichols’ traffic stop left her ‘horrified’

    Memphis Police Chief Cerelyn "CJ" Davis said video of the Jan. 7 traffic stop that allegedly led to Tyre Nichols' death left her "horrified."

    WATCH: Polar bear slides down snowy hill

    Snowflake the polar bear is very excited about the fresh snowfall at the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium.

    Kemp declares state of emergency after protests, prepares state National Guard

    Gov. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard in response to protests in Atlanta.

    State to deliver more water to cities after heavy rain storms

    This month's massive rain storms and snowfall on the West Coast have had a positive side effect for over 27 million California residents.

    Tyre Nichols: a timeline of the investigation into his death

    The investigation into the death of Tyre Nichols continues, as five officers are charged in connection with his death.

    Officials: Deadly Chicago high-rise fire was accidental

    Chicago authorities say a deadly fire in a high-rise apartment building was caused by someone smoking in a bedroom

    Colorado baker loses appeal over transgender birthday cake

    The Colorado baker who won a partial U.S. Supreme Court victory after refusing to make a gay couple’s wedding cake because of his Christian faith has lost an appeal in his latest legal fight

    Verdict reached in NYC truck attack trial

    Sayfullo Saipov pleaded not guilty to charges including murder in the aid of racketeering in connection with the 2017 terror attack that killed eight people.

    Ex-Florida police officers accused of beating homeless man

    Two former South Florida police officers turned themselves in to face felony charges over the beating of a homeless man who had been drinking outside a shopping center last month

    Survivor hopes to change sentencing laws for victims of child sex trafficking

    If passed, "Sara's Law" would allow judges to give reduced sentences to child survivors of sex trafficking.

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    Man who claimed he had bomb near Capitol pleads guilty

    A man who caused evacuations and an hourslong standoff with police on Capitol Hill when he claimed he had a bomb in his pickup truck outside the Library of Congress has pleaded guilty to a charge of threatening to use an explosive