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Michael Avenatti claims alleged Nike extortion was free speech

Michael Avenatti claims alleged Nike extortion was free speech

21 minutes ago   |   New York Post

Lightning-rod lawyer Michael Avenatti was merely exercising his First Amendment rights when he demanded $22.5 million from Nike - not extorting them, his attorneys argue in new...
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Man Shot In Chest On East Side Of St. Paul

2 hours ago   |   CBS

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A man was found shot in the chest on the east side of St. Paul Monday morning, according to the St. Paul Police Department. Officials say Chief Todd Axtell...
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Here's How Badly Florida Wants To Keep Former Felons From Voting

2 hours ago   |   News One

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a measure approved by state lawmakers that makes the restoration of voting rights for people convicted of felonies contingent on having...
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U.S. Prisons Chief Is Reassigned After Jeffrey Epstein's Suicide in Jail

2 hours ago   |   NY Times

The move is the latest fallout over Mr. Epstein's death at a chronically understaffed federal jail.
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‘The Correct Decision.' NYPD Fires Daniel Pantaleo, Officer Involved in Eric Garner Death

4 hours ago   |   Time   |   8 articles

Daniel Pantaleo , the New York City police officer who fatally choked Eric Garner, has been fired. New York police commissioner James O'Neill made the announcement at a press...
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Texas cops who led black man by rope from horseback won't face criminal charges

Texas cops who led black man by rope from horseback won't face criminal charges

5 hours ago   |   RT   |   2 articles

The two police officers who led a handcuffed black man by a rope from horseback will not face criminal charges over the incident, it has emerged. Images of the August 3 arrest...
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‘We Have Medicine:' Brothers In Jussie Smollett Case Back In Nigeria Offering ‘Love And Good Energy'

‘We Have Medicine:' Brothers In Jussie Smollett Case Back In Nigeria Offering ‘Love And Good Energy'

7 hours ago   |   News One

The Osundairo brothers are doing their best to ride the fame train they got in the Jussie Smollett case. The Nigerian-American brothers are now in Nigeria offering “love and...
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Turkey detains 418 people in 29 provinces amid Kurdish militant probe

Turkey detains 418 people in 29 provinces amid Kurdish militant probe

12 hours ago   |   RT

Turkish police have detained 418 people in 29 provinces in an investigation targeting suspects with links to the Kurdistan Workers Party militant group, the Interior Ministry...
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Mother's Decapitated Body Reportedly Found Inside California Home, Son Detained by Police: 'Clearly He was Troubled'

12 hours ago   |   Newsweek

Man in his 30s in custody after neighbors walk into the Laguna Beach home to find "horrific crime scene."
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A Summer of Angst in One of the World's Safest Countries

19 hours ago   |   NY Times

Episodes like the death of a boy who was shoved in front of a train have fueled public anxiety, and far-right campaigning, in Germany.
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Planned Parenthood Out Of Title X Over Trump Rule

Planned Parenthood Out Of Title X Over Trump Rule

The organization says it is leaving the federal family planning program because of rule changes under the Trump administration. Read more ...

WATCH: Florida man swings sword at jogger during fight over pile of trash

WATCH: Florida man swings sword at jogger during fight over pile of trash

Authorities are searching for a man caught on camera swinging a sword at another man during a fight over a discarded cart that was left in a pile of trash. Read more ...

There could have been three more mass shootings if these men weren't...

There could have been three more mass shootings if these men weren't stopped, authorities say

Authorities say they foiled three potential mass shootings this weekend after arresting three men in different states who expressed interest in or threatened to carry them out. Read more ...

NYPD fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo in chokehold death of Eric Garner

NYPD fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo in chokehold death of Eric Garner

NYPD cop Daniel Panatelo has been fired for causing the chokehold death of Eric Garner, Police Commissioner James O'Neill announced Monday. O'Neill's widely expected decision... Read more ...

7th-grader donates $15,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

7th-grader donates $15,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Way to go, Diesel! Read more ...

Crazy video: Driver loses control during Zombie School Bus races in Clarksville

Crazy video: Driver loses control during Zombie School Bus races in Clarksville

Dramatic video shows a racing school bus lose control and crash at Sportsdome Speedway in Clarksville. Read more ...

Nebraska, Iowa, Iowa State make Top 25 teams in The Associated Press...

Nebraska, Iowa, Iowa State make Top 25 teams in The Associated Press preseason college football poll

Congratulations to Nebraska, Iowa and Iowa State for making the top 25 in the Top 25 teams in The Associated Press preseason college football poll. Read more ...

William Barr replaces Bureau of Prisons head after Jeffrey Epstein suicide

William Barr replaces Bureau of Prisons head after Jeffrey Epstein suicide

The head of the federal Bureau of Prisons was yanked from his post Monday - a little over a week after the controversial death of wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in a... Read more ...

Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott angry at Jerry Jones over ‘Zeke who?' quip

Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott angry at Jerry Jones over ‘Zeke who?' quip

Jerry Jones laughed. Ezekiel Elliott and his agent did not. After Jones was asked a question Saturday night about Elliott - to which he responded “Zeke who?” with a straight... Read more ...

California governor to sign law to limit shootings by police

California governor to sign law to limit shootings by police

His office says the bill he will approve Monday will modernize the state's standards for the use of deadly force by officers. Read more ...