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Nearly 17,000 Afghan interpreters who risked their lives working for the US military are trying to leave the war-torn country ahead of President Biden’s September 11th deadline to withdraw remaining US forces from Afghanistan, but some may get left behind.

San Diego County implements free legal defense program for illegal immigrants facing deportation

San Diego’s board of supervisors approved a plan Tuesday to provide cost-free attorneys to illegal immigrants facing deportation – even as state and federal officials are scaling down COVID-19 testing on migrants.

Missing California mom: Family's dog gets into cactus during search, but Chula Vista community pitches in

Richard and Maricris Drouiallet, brother-in-law and sister of missing California woman Maya Millete, set out on a search Monday morning in southern California when the family's 3-year-old German Shepherd, Scrappy, got into a cactus.

South Carolina to bring back firing squads for executions

South Carolina is poised to bring back firing squads to its list of execution methods amid a shortage of drugs to carry out lethal injections in an effort to resume capital punishment after a decade.

Jimmy Hoffa buried at Georgia golf course once popular with Mafia bosses, defense lawyer claims

Former criminal defense lawyer Reginald Haupt, Jr. said the FBI has looked into claims that Jimmy Hoffa is buried under a hole at an exclusive golf course

California woman charged for allegedly starting 2018 Delta Fire

A woman has been arrested for allegedly starting the 2018 Delta Fire, which burned more than 63,000 acres and destroyed 42 structures, according to reports.

Two American students sentenced to life in Italian prison after stabbing police officer 11 times

Two California men were sentenced to life in an Italian prison Wednesday night for the killing of a police officer following a botch drug deal while vacationing in Rome.

The Asian American Foundation launches with $125M commitment to benefit AAPI communities

The launch of The Asian American Foundation has drawn bigtime support from high profile groups and individuals alike as the philanthropy commits a record $125 million to efforts benefitting the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.

3-month-old baby died from one gunshot wound following police shootout with father: report

A 3-month old died from one gunshot wound in the early hours of Tuesday morning after his father got in a shootout with the baby's father, but it is unclear if the fatal shot came from close range or long range, Harrison County Coroner Brian Switzer told WLOX.

Atlanta police struggle to fill open positions amid violent crime spike

The Atlanta Police Department is struggling to fill vacancies in its ranks as crime rates continue to soar, according to a newly released report.

Texas police fatally shoot man they say charged officers

Police in a Dallas suburb fatally shot a 27-year-old man who they said ran toward officers with a knife and club, although his family said he was carrying a walking stick and had a history of mental illness.

St. Louis man in viral standoff with BLM protesters praises armed Louisville diner: ‘That guy’s a champion’

EXCLUSIVE: The St. Louis man who went viral last summer after he and his wife stood an armed vigil on their front lawn as Black Lives Matter protesters marched through their gated community is praising the Kentucky diner seen holding a pistol as shouting demonstrators surrounded him outside a restaurant Saturday.

Virginia DOE faces backlash for social-emotional learning proposal: 'Trojan horse' for 'indoctrination'

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is encountering pushback for draft social and emotional learning standards that critics suggest are a Trojan horse for left-wing ideas about race.

UMass gender bias case for male student in sexual assault charge allowed to proceed

A federal judge has upheld a former student’s lawsuit against the University of Massachusetts Amherst, arguing that the student did not have sufficient time to review a sexual assault case that led to his suspension from the school last year.

Border Patrol K-9 team finds 67 lbs of meth at immigration checkpoint

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents from Southern California's El Centro Sector arrested a woman over the weekend who had been attempting to smuggling methamphetamine through an immigration checkpoint.

Who is Barry Morphew, man charged with Colorado mom's murder

Barry Morphew, the husband of a Colorado woman who vanished nearly a year ago when she left her home for a bike ride, was charged Wednesday with murder.

NY murder suspect released from jail after DA failed to file an indictment: report

A New York man accused of murder was released from jail Monday because the Ulster County District Attorney did not file an indictment against him within the timeframe mandated by law.

Man fatally shot in Seattle's 'CHOP' autonomous zone was 'left to die' by first responders, report says

Loved ones of a man who was fatally shot in Seattle’s autonomous zone plan to sue the City of Seattle, King County and Washington State arguing that local paramedics left him "to die," according to a recent report.

Detroit pizza man paints street, tries to save people dough

A Detroit pizzeria owner upset over people getting $150 tickets for unwittingly parking in a handicap zone got a bucket of blue paint and marked the street himself.

Georgia man, 22, arrested after fatal shooting of stepfather in supermarket parking lot

A 22-year-old Georgia man has been arrested after his stepfather was found shot to death in a supermarket parking lot on Tuesday, authorities said.

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