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Tornado rips through Alabama, killing 1 and causing 'significant damage'

A tornado ripped through Alabama on Monday night, collapsing buildings and trapping people in their homes.

Pennsylvania woman accused of stealing Pelosi laptop during Capitol riot covering tracks online: DOJ

A Department of Justice prosecutor said during a court hearing on Monday that the government is aware that Williams has allegedly been "deleting her own accounts online and switching devices" and that they've been given "indications she was instructing other people to delete messages as well." 

Portland Mayor Wheeler pepper sprays video-recording man who confronted him as he left pub

Ted Wheeler, the mayor of Portland, Ore., pepper-sprayed a man Sunday who confronted him for not wearing a mask while dining at a pub.

Video shows moment NYC firefighter knocked unconscious from falling AC

An FDNY firefighter was knocked unconscious when an air conditioner fell from a window and struck him in the head while he was battling a Brooklyn blaze on Monday morning, sources said.

Portland driver goes on deadly rampage, Good Samaritans pin suspect down for cops

A Portland, Ore., driver was arrested Monday after striking multiple pedestrians across several blocks, killing one and hospitalizing five others, police said. 

Texas wannabe ISIS terrorist pleads guilty to providing materials to brutal group

A 22-year-old Texas man pleaded guilty Monday to providing material support to ISIS, federal prosecutors said.

Las Vegas schools pushing to get students back quickly following rise in suicides, report says

A substantial uptick in student suicides has prompted the nation’s fifth-largest school district to start bringing children back to the classroom as soon as possible, despite high numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths, a report says.

2020 deadliest year for shark attacks since 2013

Shark attacks around the world decreased for the third consecutive year in 2020 but unprovoked bites resulting in deaths numbered 10, more than double the average of four per year, making last year the deadliest for attacks since 2013. 

Tacoma, Portland see weekend of violent Antifa, anti-ICE unrest

Demonstrations persisted over the weekend in Portland and Tacoma, Wash., where anti-police crowds displayed Antifa messages and decried Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) even after President Biden offered a sweeping immigration overhaul last week. 

Former Oregon substitute teacher indicted in connection with summer Portland riot, officials say

A former substitute teacher and school volleyball coach has been indicted for allegedly damaging a Portland Police vehicle during a riot in August, officials recently announced.

Ray Dalio's son's death ruled accident caused by smoke inhalation, burns following fiery crash: officials

Billionaire hedge fund founder Ray Dalio's son, who died in a Greenwich, Conn., car crash last month, suffered from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries that led to his death, officials confirmed to Fox News on Monday.

Manhunt underway for 2 Arizona inmates after prison escape; $70G reward offered

A manhunt is underway in Arizona for two inmates who broke out of a state prison Saturday night, with a reward of up to $70,000 for information leading to their capture, investigators said.

Girl, 15, dies in Walmart stabbing; 4 other girls arrested as police link crime to social media

Four Louisiana teenagers have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old girl at a local Walmart store over the weekend, officials recently announced.

Indianapolis juvenile arrested in 'mass murder' that left 6 dead, including pregnant woman, unborn baby

A juvenile suspect was arrested Monday in connection to what Indianapolis police described as a "mass murder" that left six people, including an unborn child, dead and a seventh person wounded.  

Seattle-area man accused of stealing police rifle during George Floyd riots charged in separate shooting

A man already accused of removing a rifle from a torched Seattle Police Department vehicle during riots in the days after George Floyd's death was slapped with new charges last week for allegedly shooting two people, killing one in a parking lot brawl last summer.

Texas house hunters find dead body behind new home under construction, authorities say

A Texas couple viewing a new house under construction discovered a dead body in a drainage ditch behind the home, authorities said Saturday.

CA restaurant owner says she holds Gov. Newsom responsible as business struggles

California restaurant owner Angela Marsden, who appeared in a viral video showing a movie company’s outdoor dining area open while her restaurant’s outdoor dining area was shut down, is among several business owners filing a lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom over coronavirus restrictions. Marsden said she believes the restrictions enacted by the governor have hurt businesses and failed to slow the spread of the virus.

Pennsylvania family of 4 found dead after apparent murder-suicide, police say

A Pennsylvania family of four has been found dead following an apparent murder-suicide, police say.  

Judge blocks release of Capitol riot suspect seen with zip ties as prosecutors eye possible sedition charges

A federal judge has blocked the release of a man who allegedly brought zip ties into the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection, as prosecutors say they're considering charging the Tennessean with sedition for his role in the attack, according to court papers and officials.

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