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More US cops died from suicide than on duty in 2019

More US cops died from suicide than on duty in 2019

As per a study by advocacy group Blue H.E.L.P., the number of US cops who died by suicide in 2019 was significantly higher than those killed in the line of duty. 228 officers died by suicide, while 132 officers died in the line of duty in 2019. NY reported 23 suicides followed by California and Texas. The organization has aimed to call attention to mental-health concerns among law enforcement.

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Teacher takes knee during national anthem

Teacher takes knee during national anthem

A Minnesota teacher knelt during Monday night’s college football championship game. Kelly Holstine, winner of Minnesota’s 2019 ’Teacher of the Year’ award, knelt in protest & said it felt right ’to have a very respectful protest’. The game was attended by President Trump & First Lady Melania Trump. Holstine said she was motivated to kneel in support of ’individuals who are not being supported’.

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Florida man who killed family now faces fraud probe

Florida man who killed family now faces fraud probe

A man charged with killing his wife, three children and dog in their Florida home is now being investigated for health care fraud in Connecticut. According to court documents, Anthony Todt was being investigated for submitting fraudulent claims for physical therapy by the FBI. Todt has confessed to the slayings and is being held on the premeditated murder charges.

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Man accused of assaulting teenager at own wedding reception gets probation

Man accused of assaulting teenager at own wedding reception gets probation

A man who has been accused of having sexually assaulted a teenage waitress at his wedding reception has been sentenced to probation. 32 year old Matthew Aimers of New Jersey pleaded guilty to charges of indecent exposure, simple assault and disorderly conduct.

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Florida woman who fed vultures, gators settles lawsuit

Florida woman who fed vultures, gators settles lawsuit

A Florida woman who fed vultures, alligators and other wildlife behind her house, has agreed to pay $53,000 to settle a suit brought by the community’s property owners association. In approving the settlement, the court barred Irma Acosta Arya from further feedings. The association alleged that Acosta Arya’s feedings attracted vultures, raccoons, alligators and a bobcat, since 2016.

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Yosemite National Park says 170 people ill in possible norovirus outbreak

Yosemite National Park says 170 people ill in possible norovirus outbreak

Roughly 170 people who have visited California’s Yosemite national park in recent weeks have suffered upset stomachs and diarrhea, symptoms that park authorities say are consistent with norovirus. Norovirus is highly contagious and can be spread through direct contact with an infected person. The park is undertaking ’extensive cleaning and enhanced sanitation protocols’ to address the outbreak.

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Woman jailed for poisoning husband with eye drops

Woman jailed for poisoning husband with eye drops

A South Carolina woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for fatally poisoning her husband with eye drops. Lana Clayton, 53, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in connection with the July 2018 death of her husband Steven Clayton. Lana had initially said that Steven suffered from vertigo and tumbled down the stairs. Clayton was mad at her allegedly abusive husband.

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All but nine US states threatened by winter storms

All but nine US states threatened by winter storms

The condition of roads in the state of Texas is considered to be dangerous as of now due to the presence of ice. An alert has been issued from New Mexico to Ohio against a severe winter storm. Adverse weather conditions due to the severe winters are expected to affect all but nine states of the US.

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FBI arrests suspected neo-Nazis ahead of gun rally

FBI arrests suspected neo-Nazis ahead of gun rally

The FBI has arrested three suspected members of a neo-Nazi group, days before a planned gun-rights rally in Virginia. The three men include Brian Lemley (a former cavalry scout in the US army), Patrik Mathews (a former combat engineer in the Canadian army reserve), and a suspected white supremacist William Bilbrough. They are accused of interstate commerce of weapons, harboring illegal aliens.

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Single payer healthcare plans might save more for country, reveals new study

Single payer healthcare plans might save more for country, reveals new study

A new research has revealed that single payer healthcare plans might end up saving the country more money over a period of time, contrary to popular opinion. Many of these plans might save more in the very first year after being implemented. This comes as a big boost for Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who have proposed plans running into tens of trillions of dollars.

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Trump administration broke the law on Ukraine aid, says watchdog

Trump administration broke the law on Ukraine aid, says watchdog

A Congressional watchdog, the Government Accountability Office, said Thursday that the Trump administration violated federal law last year by withholding security aid for Ukraine. ’Faithful execution of the law does not permit the President to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law’, the GAO report read.

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Andrew Yang’s wife reveals she was sexually assaulted by her gynec

Andrew Yang’s wife reveals she was sexually assaulted by her gynec

Evelyn Yang, the wife of Andrew Yang, has revealed that she was sexually assaulted by her gynecologist while she was pregnant with her first child. Yang accused Columbia University Dr. Robert Hadden of assaulting her in 2012 during her first pregnancy. Yang said she discovered Hadden had been reported for sexual assault by another patient. Hadden was arrested in 2012 but the arrest was voided.

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Florida Supreme Court rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida Supreme Court rules convicted felons must pay off fines before voting

Florida’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday that convicted felons must pay fines and other fees related to their sentences before voting. The opinion sided with Republican Governor Ron DeSantis. In 2018, Florida voters approved a measure that amended the state’s constitution to give voting rights to 1.4 million former felons. The SC decision is not legally binding but could influence future rulings.

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’The blob’ is believed to have mass murdered a million birds at sea

’The blob’ is believed to have mass murdered a million birds at sea

A 6 degree Celsius spike across a massive patch of ocean water east of New Zealand is likely to have been caused by an ’anti-cyclone’ weather system, a leading scientist says. Satellite images show an angry looking 386,000 sq. mile red patch. James Renwick, University scientist in Wellington said : ’Sea temperatures don’t actually vary too much, and a degree, plus or minus, is quite a big deal.’

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