Two Police Officers Shot as Protests Flare Across US Over Breonna Taylor Ruling

Two police officers were shot and wounded late on Wednesday in Louisville, Kentucky, during protests of a grand jury ruling decried by civil rights activists as a miscarriage of justice in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor in March. The grand jury decided that none of the three white officers involved in the deadly …

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Florida AG Seeks FBI Probe of Bloomberg Payments to Help Felons Vote

The attorney general of Florida has asked state law enforcement officials and the FBI to investigate Mike Bloomberg for his role in paying off the legal debts of 32,000 convicted felons so they can vote in the November election. The New York Post reported that Ashley Moody, a Republican, has put in the request to …

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LeBron, Sports Figures Decry Ruling in Breonna Taylor Shooting

Colin Kaepernick and LeBron James headlined those from the sporting world who spoke out on Wednesday after police officers were cleared of criminal charges in the death of Breonna Taylor, a Black medical worker killed in her Louisville apartment. Two white policemen who fired into the apartment in March will not be prosecuted for Taylor’s …

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Harold Evans, Crusading Editor of Sunday Times, Dies at 92

Harold Evans, the editor of the Sunday Times who broke news on British scandals before becoming an authority on the U.S. with his books “The American Century” and “They Made America,” has died. He was 92. The son of a railway driver from northern England, Evans led the newspaper for 14 years and made it …

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Joe diGenova to Newsmax TV: Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend Is Responsible for Her Death

The boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, the Black woman who was shot during a police raid on her apartment, got his girlfriend killed when he shot at Louisville police detectives, Joe diGenova, former US Attorney for the District of Columbia, told Newsmax TV. Taylor was killed on March 13 after plain-clothed police raided her apartment unit …

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Boston-Area 9-Year-Old Sent Home for ‘Couple Sneezes’

A 9-year-old who had “just a couple sneezes” was sent home from a suburban Boston grade school because he “displayed COVID-19 related symptoms” and told he could not return until he had a negative test for the novel coronavirus. Fourth grader Lancinet Keita had to be retrieved by his father Tuesday after receiving a call …

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Republican Texas Gov. Abbott Sued by State GOP Over Early Voting

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has been sued by fellow Republicans in his state after he extended access to early voting during the coronavirus pandemic. Texas Republican Party Chairman Allen West, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, and other Republican lawmakers claim in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that Abbott lacked the legal footing to change the early voting …

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Network Outage Leaves Some Tesla Drivers Stranded

Tesla’s computer network suffered an outage Wednesday that left some car owners who access their vehicles with a digital key contained in a mobile app unable to drive them. The outage affected both the electric car company’s internal service and mobile app, leaving only owners with a physical key fob able to drive their cars. …

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Dems Want Election Threats Declassified After Congress’ Briefing

Several Democratic senators want to publicize what they heard during classified briefings foreign threats to elections in the United States, according to The Hill. “I am very deeply concerned; I think the American people need to know what we heard,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., told reporters after leaving a Senate Armed Services Committee classified briefing on …

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Testing Ahead of Elections Reveals Struggle to Quell Disinformation

Election Day exercises simulating attacks ranging from hackers to anthrax to disrupt voting show state and local officials will struggle to quickly counter falsehoods flooding social media, according to five people familiar with the tests. The assessments come as intelligence officials and security analysts expect an onslaught of digital misinformation surrounding the election Nov. 3. …

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