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Times Square: Teen arrested with AK-47 in subway station, police say
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Times Square: Teen arrested with AK-47 in subway station, police say

Saadiq Teague, of Canal Winchester near Columbus, was arrested Friday afternoon, the New York Police Department said. Teague was sitting down while charging his phone at the subway station, and had the unloaded AK-47 in front of him, a law enforcement source with direct knowledge of the situation told CNN on condition of anonymity. The

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Philadelphia police lose 24-year veteran, father of 3 to COVID-19
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Philadelphia police lose 24-year veteran, father of 3 to COVID-19

Erin Tokley is one of over 565,000 Americans to die from COVID-19. April 17, 2021, 1:05 PM • 4 min read COVID-19 has taken the lives of more than 565,000 Americans and counting. Those we’ve lost come from all backgrounds and include the very people — first responders and medical staff — who have been

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Hundreds Of Federally Unrecognized Groups Struggle : NPR
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Hundreds Of Federally Unrecognized Groups Struggle : NPR

Tony Johnson is chair of the Chinook Indian Nation, a federally unrecognized tribe. He stands on a Willapa Bay, Wash., beach, where he got married and not far from where his ancestors lived. Eilis O’Neill/KUOW hide caption toggle caption Eilis O’Neill/KUOW Tony Johnson is chair of the Chinook Indian Nation, a federally unrecognized tribe. He

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Roger Stone Is Sued as U.S. Government Alleges Unpaid Taxes
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Roger Stone Is Sued as U.S. Government Alleges Unpaid Taxes

The U.S. government filed a civil lawsuit Friday against longtime GOP political consultant Roger Stone, alleging that he owes nearly $2 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties. The suit alleges that Mr. Stone and his wife, Nydia Stone, owe $1.5 million in taxes, penalties and interest for the tax years 2007 through 2011 that

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Jerry Falwell Jr. decries Liberty University's 'hostility' as school files $10M suit against him
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Jerry Falwell Jr. decries Liberty University’s ‘hostility’ as school files $10M suit against him

Liberty University has filed a $10 million lawsuit against former president Jerry Falwell Jr., citing claims that he withheld damaging information from the university’s board of trustees, including concerns over his alleged excessive drinking, which Falwell’s wife is alleged to have privately discussed with select members of the university’s board of trustees. The lawsuit also

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Chauvin Defense 'Weaponized' Addiction Stigma : NPR
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Chauvin Defense ‘Weaponized’ Addiction Stigma : NPR

A person holds up a portrait of George Floyd as people gather outside the Hennepin County Government Center on April 9 in Minneapolis Stephen Maturen/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Stephen Maturen/Getty Images A person holds up a portrait of George Floyd as people gather outside the Hennepin County Government Center on April 9 in

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FedEx’s Limits on Phones in Spotlight After Indianapolis Shooting
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FedEx’s Limits on Phones in Spotlight After Indianapolis Shooting

When a gunman began shooting at a FedEx Corp. facility in Indianapolis late Thursday night, many workers didn’t have access to their mobile phones to call for help or loved ones. FedEx policy prohibits most workers from having cellphones inside the company’s sprawling sortation centers, citing safety reasons. Some workers leave them in their vehicles

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