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Indianapolis officer shoots and kills driver after pursuit, police say

After the shooting, more than 100 people gathered to protest, chanting “There is no justice, no peace,” according to the Indianapolis star. Both the officer and the driver involved in the incident were black men, Indianapolis Assistant Chief of Police Chris Bailey said at a news conference Wednesday. Bailey admitted police were aware of the video, which is also being …

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Shocking social media posts ripped off by Republican House candidate

Fast. Short. Daily. We take you behind the headlines and help you understand the biggest stories that drive politics and politics. Williams, who is currently not affiliated with any political organization, said he made screenshots of Facebook and Twitter posts on the day Howze launched in March 2018, shortly before the California filing deadline. Howze’s new Twitter profile has only …

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Coronavirus survivors ‘permanently disqualified’ from joining US military, memorandum proposals

The military will stop recruiting candidates who have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a proposal in a note from the US Military Input Command (MEPCOM). The contents of the note circulated on the Internet have been confirmed Newsweek from the Pentagon, which defined them as “temporary guidelines.” The story was first reported by the Military Times. “During a medical …

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Michigan State and Senate sue Gretchen Whitmer for extending emergency

The Legislature authorized the state House and Senate to bring the case last week, and it was filed in state court on Wednesday morning. “The Legislature did not approve of extending the state’s emergency declaration, and as such, we expected the declaration to be completed,” Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirky said in a statement. “Instead, we’ve seen the governor ignore …

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