• Police respond to report of shooting at USC

    Police respond to report of shooting at USC

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    Sky5 aerial video over the scene showed a massive police presence on the southeastern edge of campus. "No danger to community", the LAPD tweeted. A USC professor alledgedly was arrested after instructing students to call police to report a non-existant active shooter.
  • Goldman Family Resumes Pursuit of a Freed OJ Simpson

    Goldman Family Resumes Pursuit of a Freed OJ Simpson

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    During his highly publicized parole hearing, the four Nevada parole board commissioners present unanimously voted for his early release, citing the support Simpson had from his family and his disciplinary-free record while in prison, where he also took anti-violence classes.
  • Brother of shooter says family dumbfounded by his involvement

    Brother of shooter says family dumbfounded by his involvement

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    He bought a new home in April 2013 for $246,000 and sold it in May 2015 for $235,000. It's like he shot us. He had no criminal background, with Las Vegas Police confirming that he had no more than a routine traffic violation on his file. Combined with the 16 guns found in the shooter's hotel room, it would seem Stephen Paddock owned 34 firearms. Authorities are still trying to find out what Paddock's motive was, he committed suicide after the atrocity and officers found his body ...
  • Yemen Houthis say have shot down U.S. surveillance drone

    Yemen Houthis say have shot down U.S. surveillance drone

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    An American MQ-9 Reaper drone was shot down Sunday in western Yemen , the Pentagon said, where a civil war between Saudi Arabia-backed government forces and Iran-backed Houthi rebels has raged for almost three years. They are fighting a Saudi-led coalition - which includes Egypt, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait and is backed by intelligence, weapons, and logistics from the U.S.
  • 'Momentous': US Supreme Court begins new session with full slate

    'Momentous': US Supreme Court begins new session with full slate

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    The court has agreed to hear Gill v. Whitford , a political gerrymandering case out of Wisconsin that is likely to be one of the biggest election law cases in decades. Federal law doesn't on its face provide an easy answer. The Trump administration is backing the baker. The NLRB argues that those agreements violate federal labor law and let companies evade their responsibilities under workplace statutes.
  • Hillary Clinton's Response to Las Vegas Shooting Calls for Gun Control

    Hillary Clinton's Response to Las Vegas Shooting Calls for Gun Control

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    Hours after the deadliest shooting in USA history, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted a statement attacking the NRA. The attack at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas was the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history. Clinton is the first high-profile Democrat to go to bat for better gun control measures in the aftermath of the shooting.
  • 15 killed in police station blast in Syrian capital

    15 killed in police station blast in Syrian capital

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    There has been no claim of responsibility. Interior Minister Mohammed Shaar said one assailant blew himself up at the main entrance to a police station in the central Midan district. Midan is a predominantly Sunni Muslim area that witnessed some of the biggest peaceful protests against President Bashar al-Assad at the start of the civil war.
  • West Tennessee man killed in mass shooting at Las Vegas concert

    West Tennessee man killed in mass shooting at Las Vegas concert

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    The police department in Bakersfield , Calif., also said that a group of its officers were at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival and that one received non life-threatening injuries. Sonny was the most kind-hearted, loving man I have ever met. More than 400 people including two on-duty Las Vegas officers were taken to the hospital with unidentified injuries, as area hospitals were flooded from those fleeing the crowded concert space.