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    Severe weather moves to Gulf Coast as damaging winds and flash flooding expected

    A new storm new storm system produced baseball-sized hail that covered roads in central Texas and broke car windshields in the region.

    Daunte Wright's parents speak out after fatal shooting: 'He's never coming back'

    The parents of Daunte Wright said they "can't accept" the notion that their son's killing was "a mistake."

    US calls for halt on Johnson & Johnson vaccination over blood clot fears

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

    UN chief: 52 armies and groups suspected of sexual violence

    The United Nations chief says the COVID-19 pandemic led to “a spike” in gender-based violence last year

    Shooting at Tennessee high school leaves several injured, including police officer

    Police are investigating a shooting at Austin-East Magnet High School, where several people were shot and injured.

    UN chief urges wealth tax of those who profited during COVID

    The United Nations chief says the world’s failure to unite on tackling COVID-19 has created wide inequalities

    DeSantis attacks YouTube for yanking his pandemic video

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is attacking YouTube for its decision to remove from its website a video of a pandemic panel discussion he recently held that it considered disinformation

    Video shows Black player forced to sit near banana peels

    A Black football player at a northwest Illinois high school is seen on video sitting down in a locker littered with banana peels after a teammate threatens to break his knees if he doesn't comply

    Ex-police chief gets 1 year in prison for hiring scandal

    The former police chief of Connecticut’s largest city has been sentenced to one year in prison for rigging the hiring process that led to his appointment in 2018

    Man shot at his home two weeks ago killed in second shooting

    A North Carolina man who survived a shooting in front of his house two weeks ago was shot to death while he sat on his porch last weekend

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    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.

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