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    Judge discusses plans for trial in newspaper shooting case

    Nearly three years after five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper were killed, a Maryland judge has discussed plans for holding the second part of the shooter’s trial under COVID-19 court protocols

    Oath Keepers appear to have stashed weapons at hotel on Jan. 6: Prosecutors

    Oath Keepers stashed weapons for potential violence at a hotel in Virginia on Jan. 6, the day of the Capitol riot, prosecutors said in a court filing.

    Former classmate arrested in Kristin Smart disappearance

    Former classmate Paul Flores has been arrested for murder in the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart.

    Police chief and officer who shot, killed Daunte Wright both resign

    Minnesota police officer Kim Potter resigned from her position Tuesday after shooting and killing Daunte Wright.

    Aggressive takeoff caused Hawaii plane crash that killed 11

    The National Transportation Safety Board has found that a pilot’s aggressive takeoff led to an aerodynamic stall, the causing the 2019 crash of a skydiving plane in Hawaii that killed all 11 people on board

    US calls for pause in Johnson & Johnson vaccinations over blood clot concerns

    The FDA and CDC announced Tuesday that they are calling for an immediate pause on the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Tuesday.

    Court rejects appeal of killer of 3 in home invasion

    The Connecticut Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a man convicted of murder, sexual assault and other crimes in the killings of a woman and her daughters, ages 11 and 17, in a 2007 home invasion

    Teen electrocuted during storm was 'outstanding student'

    A Florida teen less than two months away from high school graduation was electrocuted when she stepped on a live power line that fell onto the road during a severe thunderstorm

    Consumer prices jump 0.6% in March, biggest gain since 2012

    U.S. consumer prices increased a sharp 0.6% in March, the biggest increase since 2012, while inflation over the past year rose a sizable 2.6%

    Stone Mountain Park denies permit for Confederate event

    The Stone Mountain Memorial Association has denied a gathering permit from the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who were looking to host their annual Confederate Memorial Day service at Stone Mountain Park outside Atlanta

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    When 2020 Tokyo Olympics volunteers have in recent weeks asked officials how they'll be protected from Covid-19, given the foreign athletes pouring into Japan for the event and the country's low vaccination rate, the answer has been simple.

    Clyburn says 'we've got to have police officers' after Tlaib calls for 'no more...

    House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn on Tuesday stressed that the US has "got to have police officers" after Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib, a fellow Democrat, called for "no more policing, incarceration, and militarization" in the wake of Daunte Wright's fatal encounter with police in Minnesota.

    Report: Capitol Police Leadership, Equipment Deficiencies Hampered Jan. 6 Response

    The watchdog review also found that some advance intelligence offered a "more alarming" warning ahead of the day's events.(Image credit: Jon Cherry/Getty Images)