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5 killed in Indianapolis shooting that mayor condemns as ‘mass murder’

Five people were found shot to death in a home in Indianapolis on Sunday morning, a crime that the city’s mayor denounced as an evil act of “mass murder” that amplified a recent spate of gun violence there.

2 hikers rescued after one lost his shoes and started to freeze

Two trail runners were airlifted from a New Hampshire mountain over the weekend after one man lost his shoes and continued running barefoot through several feet of snow, officials said.

Source: Sarah Sanders running for Arkansas governor

Sarah Sanders, Donald Trump’s former chief spokeswoman and one of his closest aides, is running for Arkansas governor, a source told The Associated Press on Sunday night.

Tennessee man with zip ties at Capitol could face charges of sedition and other felonies, prosecutors say

A Tennessee man photographed holding white plastic handcuffs and a stun gun in the Senate gallery could face charges of sedition and other felonies in what prosecutors on Sunday called the “insurrection” and “occupation” of the US Capitol on Jan. 6.

Maine man dies in snowmobile crash

A Maine man has died in a snowmobile crash, state authorities say.

More states eye allowing concealed carry of guns without a permit

Republican lawmakers in several more states want to loosen gun restrictions by allowing people to carry concealed firearms without having to get a permit, continuing a trend that gun control advocates call dangerous.

RI official charged with embezzlement lands new job

A former Providence city councilman who resigned after he pleaded no contest to felony embezzlement in 2019 has landed a new job with the city of Central Falls.

Biden may be stuck with some Trumpists

President Biden is trying to shake a Trump hangover in the federal government by acting to remove some holdovers and install his own appointees, but a quiet push to salt federal agencies with Trump loyalists is complicating the new president’s effort to turn the page.