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Wuhan lab report questions reasoning behind air safety and waste treatment systems renovations
Monday August 2nd, 2021 07:34:44 AM by Jack Durschlag

Chicago violence: 5 dead, 50 shot amid bloody weekend
Monday August 2nd, 2021 06:11:03 AM by David Aaro
At least 5 people were killed and 50 others were injured in shootings across Chicago this weekend, according to authorities.

Louisiana man accused of killing his grandma, stabbing mom, and wounding three others during rampage: police
Monday August 2nd, 2021 04:44:34 AM by David Aaro
A Louisiana man is in custody after he allegedly killed his grandmother, stabbed his mother, and shot three others during a rampage in Baton Rouge on Sunday, according to authorities.

Pennsylvania sports complex incident leaves at least 6 hospitalized: police
Monday August 2nd, 2021 03:50:21 AM by David Aaro
At least six people were hospitalized after police said a fight broke out Sunday afternoon at a Pennsylvania sports complex, leading to a chaotic evacuation, according to authorities.

Washington girl’s lemonade stand shut down by city while complaints continue about homeless encampment: report
Monday August 2nd, 2021 03:46:19 AM by Edmund DeMarche
Residents in Everett, Washington, have reportedly raised concerns about a nearby homeless encampment that some say received little attention from the city, while the city was quick to shut down a lemonade stand operated by a 7-year-old girl.

Minnesota boyfriend charged in decapitation death of woman; several people reportedly witnessed incident
Monday August 2nd, 2021 02:57:55 AM by Edmund DeMarche
A Minnesota man was charged with second-degree murder on Friday after he allegedly beheaded his girlfriend and dumped her body at an intersection in Shakopee in front of horrified witnesses.

Lollapalooza fight in Chicago turns bloody after man pushed through hotel window
Monday August 2nd, 2021 02:25:15 AM by Bradford Betz
Three people were hospitalized Sunday after smashing through a plate-glass window outside of the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago.

New York plumber who once ran for state Senate charged in Capitol riot
Monday August 2nd, 2021 02:04:30 AM
A Brooklyn plumber who once ran for New York state Senate was arrested Wednesday and charged with taking part in the Jan. 6 storming of the US Capitol, federal prosecutors said.

Louisiana groom arrested on his wedding night after allegedly opening fire on highway with wife, friend in car
Monday August 2nd, 2021 01:45:29 AM by Emma Colton
A Louisiana man was arrested on his wedding night after allegedly opening fire on a highway while still wearing his tuxedo.

Florida mom shot and killed in front of her two ‘terrified’ children: police
Monday August 2nd, 2021 01:33:17 AM by Bradford Betz
St. Petersburg police responding to the scene of a shooting Saturday evening found a 27-year-old mom dead inside her vehicle and her two children still alive and “terrified.”

UNC journalism dean asked ABC News to 'protect' 1619 Project's Nikole Hannah-Jones, emails show
Sunday August 1st, 2021 11:39:42 PM by Bradford Betz
Amid the controversy to bring in 1619 Project writer Nikole Hannah-Jones as a tenured professor to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, the school’s Journalism and Media Dean requested that ABC’s Deputy Political Director "protect" Hannah-Jones.

Georgia teen shot and killed in shopping mall after food court fight
Sunday August 1st, 2021 11:03:34 PM by Bradford Betz
A 17-year-old male was shot and killed in the food court of a Macon, Georgia mall Sunday afternoon, the county coroner has confirmed.

Washington school lesson on cotton gin not meant to 'harm' Black students, investigation finds
Sunday August 1st, 2021 06:00:33 PM by Peter Aitken
An investigation into a middle school history lesson in Washington state found no racial intent when a teacher asked her students to clean cotton – including a pair of Black twin sisters. 

Texas cop pins 'suicidal' Black teen as she yells 'I can't breathe'
Sunday August 1st, 2021 05:50:51 PM
A viral video that shows a Texas sheriff’s deputy pinning an 18-year-old woman to the ground sparked an investigation and led to the deputy getting placed on administrative leave.

NYC laundromat shooting: 10 injured after 2 men open fire, flee on mopeds, video shows
Sunday August 1st, 2021 04:32:07 PM by Stephen Sorace
Two masked and hooded men walked up to a crowd near a laundromat and barbershop in the New York City borough of Queens and opened fire, wounding 10 people, including three known gang members, before escaping on mopeds, police said Sunday morning.

Wildfire crews move closer to containing massive blazes, but other problems persist
Sunday August 1st, 2021 03:30:11 PM by Peter Aitken
Firefighter crews have managed to establish strong lines of containment as wildfires continue to flare across the western United States.

LA sheriff has 'grave concerns' about deputy fatally shooting man with knife; 1 officer suspended
Sunday August 1st, 2021 03:06:51 PM by Danielle Wallace
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on Friday released video of a deputy-involved shooting of a man with a knife who was “under the influence of drugs and wanted to commit ‘suicide by cop’.”

Search of rugged Montana mountains continues for hiker, 23, missing nearly a month
Sunday August 1st, 2021 02:52:36 PM by Stephen Sorace
The search continued in the rugged Montana mountains over the weekend for Tatum Morell, a 23-year-old hiker who officials and family believe is likely dead after going missing nearly a month ago.

Bishop: Albany diocese covered up priest abuse for decades
Sunday August 1st, 2021 01:20:03 PM
The longtime former head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany says the diocese covered up sexual abuse by priests for decades and protected clergy by sending them to private treatment instead of calling police.

California spent $200M on alternative hospitals that ultimately provided little help during pandemic
Sunday August 1st, 2021 01:19:30 PM
California spent nearly $200 million to set up, operate and staff alternate care sites that ultimately provided little help when the state's worst coronavirus surge spiraled out of control last winter, forcing exhausted hospital workers to treat patients in tents and cafeterias.



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