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Deadline nears for Alec Baldwin in deadly movie set shooting

Prosecutors planned to file felony charges of involuntary manslaughter Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by actor Alec Baldwin during a rehearsal on the set of a Western movie in 2021.

Tyre Nichols case shows officers still fail to intervene

Just like the attack on George Floyd in Minneapolis nearly three years ago, a simple intervention could have saved a life. Instead, Tyre Nichols is dead and the five officers are charged with second-degree murder and other crimes.

Chicago prosecutor dropping R. Kelly sex-abuse charges

A Chicago prosecutor said Monday that she’s dropping sex-abuse charges against singer R. Kelly following federal convictions in two courts that should guarantee the disgraced R&B star will be locked up for decades.

Two more Memphis officers are disciplined and three EMTs are fired in connection to death of Tyre Nichols

The circle of punishment widened Monday for the shocking display of police brutality after video footage showed many more people failed to help Tyre Nichols beyond the five officers accused of beating him to death.

Wintry weather scrubs more than 1,000 flights in US

More than 1,000 flights were cancelled and many more delayed Monday with more expected in coming days as Texas and nearby states dealt with freezing temperatures and wintry precipitation.

10 people are wounded in drive-by shooting in Florida, police say

Two people were critically injured, while the wounds of the other eight victims weren't considered life-threatening, officials said.

‘Amtrak Joe’ Biden hails plans for big East Coast tunnel fix

BALTIMORE — Greeted by the cheerful blare of a train horn, President Biden stood Monday before a decrepit rail tunnel that he estimated he’s been through 1,000 times — fearing for decades it might collapse.

Trump investigations: Georgia prosecutor ups anticipation

In trying to block the release of a special grand jury’s report, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis argued in court last week that decisions in the case were “imminent” and that the report’s publication could jeopardize the rights of “future defendants.”