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NY county approves controversial bill allowing police officers to sue protesters for harassment
A county in New York approved a controversial bill Monday allowing first responders, including police officers, to sue protesters or others who harass them or cause them bodily harm due to their profession.
American girl whose mother took her to join ISIS rescued in Syria
An 8-year-old, U.S.-born girl whose parents joined ISIS was rescued from a Syrian camp and is awaiting approval to return back to the U.S.
As defund the police movement trickles down from big cities, small-town America pays the price
Smaller cities across the country are working to increase the size of their police forces amid an uptick in crime that follows a year of liberal politicians and activists calling for police departments to be defunded.
Florida police ID boyfriend as suspect in shooting of mom killed in front of her two children
Police in Florida identified the boyfriend of a mother who was shot and killed in front of her two children as the suspect in her death, warning on Monday that he is considered armed and dangerous.
Suspect in fatal road-rage shooting of teen Astros fan turns himself in
The man suspected of fatally shooting a 17-year-old in a road rage incident on July 6 has turned himself in to police, authorities said Monday.
Atlanta’s Piedmont Park stabbing: Police refute social media rumors of serial killer as manhunt continues
The murders of two women in Atlanta-area parks last week sparked rumors on social media that a serial killer was on the loose – claims that police have flatly refuted – as authorities continue the hunt for suspects in both cases.
Pentagon entered lockdown due to 'shooting event' outside building near Metro station, scene now secure
The Pentagon entered into a lockdown due to a "shooting event" outside the building, police confirmed to Fox News.
Dramatic hot-air balloon landing: Report details how passengers took control after pilot killed in accident
A preliminary report released Monday details how three passengers were able to radio for help and crash-land a hot-air balloon without injury in July, after their pilot and a fourth passenger were thrown overboard by the impact of an initial crash and bounce back to the sky.
Firefighter battling western wildfires shares his story on front lines
Ryan Meehan is one of more than 22,000 wildland firefighters and support personnel working to extinguish the flames of some of America’s biggest wildfires.
College vaccine mandates: Highest court yet affirms Indiana University requirement
In the highest court decision so far when it comes to college immunization mandates, a federal appeals court ruled Monday that Indiana University can proceed with its plan to require students and employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 before returning to campus for the fall semester.
Trump-appointed appeals court judge slams critical race theory in Texas discrimination case
A Trump-appointed appeals court judge criticized critical race theory in a concurrence he penned last week that challenged the viability of disparate impact theory as a legal claim in a racial bias case, according to a report.
5 Miami Beach police officers charged with using excessive force against Black men in hotel lobby
Five police officers in Miami Beach, Fla., were charged Monday for allegedly using excessive force against two Black men in a hotel lobby about a week ago as prosecutors say body camera and surveillance footage show cops kicking a handcuffed man on the ground – before tackling another bystander who attempted to record the incident on his cellphone.
Record wildfire burns on Hawaii's Big Island amid historic drought
Firefighters gained more control over a wildfire in Hawaii that forced thousands of people to evacuate over the weekend and destroyed at least two homes on the Big Island, but officials warned that strong winds will return on Tuesday, raising the danger again.
Reward offered in search for Texas man accused of stealing shotgun, killing 2 horses
A $1,000 reward is now being offered in the search for an "armed and dangerous" man in Texas accused of shooting and killing two horses during a burglary at a rural residence.
Frontier Airlines passenger seen duct-taped to seat after allegedly targeting flight attendants, report says
A photograph has emerged of a man being duct-taped to a seat on a Frontier Airlines flight after he allegedly punched a male flight attendant and inappropriately touched two female ones, reports say.
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