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Five shot, one fatally, in downtown Anchorage

Police in Anchorage, Alaska, are investigating after five people were shot, one of whom later died.
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Acosta: Crackpot caucus is rallying around a false flag

CNN's Jim Acosta slams Republicans and members of the right-wing media who continue to embrace a false conspiracy theory that claims the FBI orchestrated the Capitol insurrection.
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NFL player says he'd rather retire than get Covid-19 vaccine

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley, in a challenge to the National Football League's new Covid-19 training camp and preseason protocols, tweeted that he'd rather retire than get a vaccine.
Tags: News, NFL, Stories, National Football League, Cole Beasley


Police search for suspects in a shooting that left two people dead

Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are searching for the suspects involved in an early Saturday mass shooting that left two people dead and four injured.
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Arizona police shoot suspect who struck cyclists with vehicle

Police in Show Low, Arizona, on Saturday shot a suspect who they say struck multiple cyclists with a vehicle during a bicycle race.
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Police ID man whose body parts were found in two places

Minneapolis police say they have identified a man whose remains were found in separate locations in the city this week.
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5 injured in Colorado Springs shootings

At least five people were injured Friday night in two separate shootings less than a mile apart in Colorado Springs, Colorado, police said.
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Does your next-door neighbor affect your politics?

A new study suggests that White Americans who lived near a Black neighbor in 1940 are more likely to be a registered Democrat, based on the responses of those still alive today. CNN's Michael Smerconish speaks to one of the study's authors about this possible correlation.
Tags: News, Cnn, Stories, MICHAEL SMERCONISH


'Bachelorette' co-host responds to online criticism about her appearance

Former "Bachelorette" Kaitlyn Bristowe has had enough of people asking why she doesn't look the exact same as she did six years ago.
Tags: News, Stories, Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe


Gunman shoots man next to 2 children in broad daylight in New York

New York City police are looking for two individuals in connection with a brazen daytime assault in which a 24-year-old man was shot next to two children on a Bronx sidewalk on Thursday.
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Stories, Bronx


Kim Jong Un has a message for the US

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he is prepared for dialogue or confrontation with the US. CNN's Brian Todd examines how President Joe Biden could handle diplomacy with the regime after the Trump administration's outwardly friendly relationship.
Tags: News, US, Joe Biden, Cnn, Kim Jong Un, Stories, Trump, Brian Todd


Minneapolis shooting leaves 5 wounded

A shooting in Minneapolis overnight left five people wounded, police said Saturday.
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As gun violence soars along with scrutiny on police actions, some officers — like an entire team in Portland — are pulling back

A team of Portland Police Bureau officers that responded to the city's violent summer of protests has disbanded because of what their union called a "politically driven" decision to indict a member on criminal charges.
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As gun violence soars ahead of an expected summer crime surge, police are retreating amid a debate over brutality and racism

A team of Portland Police Bureau officers that responded to the city's violent summer of protests has disbanded because of what their union called a "politically driven" decision to indict a member on criminal charges.
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Opinion: A priest's big question for Catholic bishops isn't really about Biden and Communion

Every time I place Communion in someone's hand or tongue, it is an act of faith -- on my part and on that of the communicant. I say the words, "the body of Christ," to which the response is "Amen," meaning "it is true" or "let it be so" -- not always said with certainty but, often, with hope.
Tags: News, Stories, Catholic, Biden, Christ


American breaks shot put record that stood for decades

Ryan Crouser toppled the men's shot put world record on Friday with a 23.37-meter throw on the first night of the US Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon.
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An American breaks shot put world record

Ryan Crouser toppled the men's shot put world record on Friday with a 23.37-meter throw on the first night of the US Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon.
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She's a chess champion. And she's blind

Jessica Lauser is relentless on the chess board.
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Biden admin moves to make gender confirmation surgery available through Veteran Affairs health care system

Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough is moving to make gender confirmation surgery available to transgender veterans through Veterans Affairs health care coverage, according to a VA department spokesperson.
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The state's efforts to keep voter files 'up to date' follows Republican legislatures' attempts to push voting restriction laws since the 2020 election

More than 100,000 names will be removed from Georgia's voter registration rolls in an attempt to keep the state's voter files "up to date," Georgia's secretary of state announced in a statement Friday.
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Georgia removes 100,000 names from voter rolls

• Analysis: Murkowski is now Enemy No. 1 for Trump • Brown presses GOP lawmaker to denounce new Capitol riot conspiracy
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The companies not rushing workers back to the office

It's been 15 long months since millions of workers left their offices and set up makeshift desks at home.
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Here's how some of the biggest names in tech and finance are handling the return to office life

Here's how some of the biggest names in tech and finance are handling the return to office life
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Smerconish: Can Manchin's voting rights compromise sway GOP?

While moderate Democrat Senator Joe Manchin waves the flag of bipartisanship on voting rights, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell again seems intent on acting like a blockade.
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