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Month: December 2023

California father and 10-year-old son arrested after the child shot and killed another boy, deputies say

By Paradise Afshar, CNN (CNN) — A California man and his 10-year-old son were arrested after the boy shot and killed another child using a stolen gun he’d found in his dad’s car, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said. On Tuesday, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Amar Gandhi told CNN the boy who was killed has been

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What’s at stake in 2024

Analysis by Stephen Collinson, CNN (CNN) — America and the world could look glaringly different by January 1, 2025, depending on the outcome of a momentous crush of conflicts, pivotal global elections and geopolitical forces that will create critical moments in the year ahead. A fateful White House race will again put democracy on the

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Judge allows new court in Mississippi’s majority-Black capital, rejecting NAACP request to stop it

By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that he will allow Mississippi officials to move forward with creating a state-run court in part of the majority-Black capital city of Jackson, over objections from the NAACP. Attorneys for the civil rights organization had sued on behalf of several

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North Korea’s Kim says military should ‘thoroughly annihilate’ US, South Korea if provoked

By HYUNG-JIN KIM Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his military should “thoroughly annihilate” the United States and South Korea if provoked, state media reported Monday, after he vowed to boost national defense to cope with what he called an unprecedented U.S.-led confrontation. North Korea has increased

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Colorado mother suspected of killing her 2 children and wounding a third arrested in United Kingdom

By JESSE BEDAYN Associated Press/Report for America A Colorado mother suspected of killing two of her young children and injuring a third was arrested Saturday in the United Kingdom, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department. Kimberlee Singler’s 9-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son were found dead on Dec. 19 when police responded to a report

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Desde prohibiciones de cuidados para afirmación de género hasta aumentos al salario mínimo, estas nuevas leyes entrarán en vigor el 1 de enero en EE.UU.

Valeria Ordóñez Ghio (CNN) — Varios estados de EE.UU. presenciaron una sesión legislativa polarizada el año pasado cuando los legisladores abordaron medidas de alto perfil, algunas de las cuales entrarán en vigor este año. Si bien muchos estados liderados por demócratas y republicanos aprobaron medidas para aliviar los efectos de la inflación, ya que la

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