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Month: March 2021

Multiple victims found at the scene of a deadly shooting in Orange, California, police say

Police found “multiple victims” at an office complex in Orange, California, after responding to a call of shots fired Wednesday night. “Officers arrived as shots were being fired and located multiple victims at the scene including fatalities. An officer involved shooting occurred,” the Orange Police Department said in a post on their Facebook page. The

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Two US Capitol Police officers sue Trump and say he should be held responsible for January 6 attack

Two US Capitol Police officers who say they were injured during the January 6 insurrection are suing former President Donald Trump for inciting the crowd. The officers — the first police to sue in court following the riot — say they suffered physical and emotional damages because Trump allegedly “inflamed, encouraged, incited (and) directed” the

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Biden’s new plan is an unfocused spending spree

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced his massive infrastructure plan — his latest effort to expand government influence over our economy, laying out a two-part spending spree that will grow our national debt, make us less competitive with other countries and likely lead to job losses among working-class Americans. It’s hard to see how this

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Quality issue at Baltimore vaccine plant delays some of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine

Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson said Wednesday it had found a quality problem at a Baltimore plant helping manufacture its single-dose coronavirus vaccine under contract. The New York Times reported Wednesday. that workers at Emergent BioSolutions, the Baltimore plant that has been making Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine, accidentally mixed up some of the ingredients, ruining

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Derek Chauvin’s body camera video shows his reaction just after George Floyd left in an ambulance

Moments after George Floyd was taken away in an ambulance last May, former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was confronted by a witness who took issue with Chauvin’s kneeling on Floyd’s neck. “That’s one person’s opinion,” Chauvin responded as he got into his squad car. “We had to control this guy because he’s a sizable

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Microsoft earns contract worth up to $21.9 billion to make AR devices for the US Army

Microsoft has scored another major government contract, this time to produce augmented reality devices for the US Army. The Army announced Wednesday that it had awarded Microsoft a contract to produce augmented reality systems based on its HoloLens 2 device called Integrated Visual Augmented Systems (IVAS). The devices are designed to help soldiers, “fight, rehearse

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‘Real Housewives’ star Jen Shah’s virtual court hearing experiences technical issues after more than 250 people called in

Reality TV star Jen Shah of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” was unable to participate in her own court arraignment on Wednesday due to technical issues caused by more than 250 people calling in to the virtual hearing. Shah and her assistant, Stuart Smith, were arrested and charged on Tuesday in connection with

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Covid-19 led to a global increase in stillbirths, maternal mortality, and depression, review finds

The Covid-19 pandemic had a significant and negative impact on pregnant women and their infants, according to a global review of studies. The review, published Wednesday in the journal the Lancet, found that stillbirths and maternal deaths increased by nearly a third, according to pooled data from 40 studies that covered 17 countries. There was

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