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Court documents shed new details in killing of nursing student at University of Georgia

The suspect in the killing of a nursing student on the University of Georgia campus used an object as a weapon in the crime, and he’s also accused of “disfiguring her skull." More »


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Barrage of gunfire as officers stop shooter at Joel Osteen's megachurch, newly released video shows

Houston police have released body camera footage from officers who exchanged gunfire with a woman who opened fire at celebrity pastor Joel Osteen’s Houston megachurch earlier this month before she was gunned down More »


Could Missouri's 'stand your ground' law apply to the Super Bowl celebration shooters?

Court documents say the man accused of firing the first shots at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl rally told authorities he felt threatened, while a second man said he pulled the trigger because someone was shooting at him More »


By defining sex, some states are denying transgender people legal recognition

Efforts in Republican-led states to write definitions of male and female into law are leading to outcry that the measures deny transgender people legal recognition More »


4 charged with transporting Iranian-made weapons face detention hearings in US court

Four crew members of an unflagged vessel that U.S. officials say was carrying Iranian-made missile components are scheduled to appear in federal court in Virginia More »


Primary apathy in Michigan: Democrats, GOP struggle as supporters mull whether to even vote

Michigan voters are poised to cast ballots in their respective presidential primaries on Tuesday but a feeling of voter apathy has swept over the state More »


Emhoff to announce $1.7B in pledges to help US President Biden meet goal of ending hunger by 2030

Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, is announcing $1.7 billion in commitments from more than 140 health systems, insurers and others to help President Joe Biden meet his goal of ending hunger by 2030 More »


Wild weather hits Northwest with snow even as Midwest gets a taste of summer

February’s end is bringing wild weather to much of the United States More »


Why so much of the US is unseasonably hot

As a powerful winter storm dumped deep snow in parts of the West on Monday, much of the central United States was unseasonably warm More »


Deleted texts helped convince jurors man killed trans woman because of gender ID, foreperson says

A member of the jury that convicted a South Carolina man of a hate crime based on gender identity has opened up about the historic case More »


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