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Navy SEAL commanding officer says he carries weight of seaman's death after 'Hell Week': report

The Navy commander of a SEAL training facility in San Diego, California, said he does not take responsibility for death of seaman who died after "Hell Week," but carries the weight for what happened to Kyle Mullen.

Los Angeles DA George Gascon's office leaves Twitter, cites 'unchecked vitriol'

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon's office is leaving Twitter, the agency announced on Tuesday evening, citing a rise in false information on the platform among other concerns.

Missouri inmate executed for killing 2 jailers, has last meal of bacon cheeseburgers, fries, chocolate shake

A Missouri inmate who's been in prison for more than two decades for killing two jailers was given his final meal Tuesday before he was executed.

Massachusetts rape trial begins against attorney once listed as one of People's top 50 American bachelors

A Boston, Massachusetts, trial began Tuesday against former prosecutor and attorney Gary Zerola, who is facing rape charges, and was once listed as People magazine's "America’s Top 50 Bachelors" in 2001.

Court sides with Arkansas death row inmate over DNA tests that may clear him of 1993 murder

An appellate court has ruled that Stacey Johnson, an Arkansas death row inmate who narrowly dodged execution in 2017, can sue the state in an effort to prove his innocence.

Texas man who lured 5-year-old with a sundae before molesting her, sentenced to 20 years

A Houston, Texas senior citizen was sentenced to 20 years in prison for molesting a 5-year-old girl who he lured with ice cream in 2011.

Former Southwest Airlines employee charged in $1.9M voucher-selling scheme

DaJuan Martin, a former Southwest Airlines customer service agent at Chicago's Midway Airport, has been charged on 12 wire fraud counts in a million-dollar voucher-selling scheme.

Cancer drug firms soar as positive clinical trial data ignites investor excitement

Stock prices of multiple cancer drug companies soared Monday following the release of positive clinical trial results for their therapies at an ongoing industry conference in Chicago.

Sri Lanka to reduce drug prices by 16% as financial crisis eases

Sri Lanka's Health Minister announced that the country will reduce the prices of 60 essential medications by 16% starting June 15, just as the country sees relief from a financial crisis.

Philadelphia activist, Floyd protestor, pleads guilty to felony

Anthony Smith, a prominent Philadelphia activist, has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing law enforcement during the 2020 George Floyd protests.

2 killed, others injured after Virginia high school graduation ceremony: 'Is nothing sacred any longer?'

A 19-year-old suspect shot and killed two people, including a recent high school grad, following a ceremony at the Altria Theater near the Virginia Commonwealth University.

Joran van der Sloot case: Dutch officials advise prime Natalee Holloway suspect to fight transfer, lawyer says

Officials from the Dutch Embassy in Peru are advising that Joran Van der Sloot fight the scheduled transfer to the United States, according to his lawyer.

Texas 7-Eleven employees attacked on video for refusing to sell cigar to minor

Mesquite, Texas, police are looking for a group of juveniles that attacked two employees at a 7-Eleven over the weekend after they refused to sell tobacco to a underage girl.

Floating solar panels on NJ reservoir power treatment plant

The Canoe Brook Water Treatment plant in Sayreville, New Jersey, is powered by 17 acres of solar panels. The 16,510-panel operation makes it the largest in North America.

Austin police officer indicted on second charge relating to May 2020 protests in Texas

An Austin, Texas, police officer indicted in 2022 for aggravated assault in connection to protests in May 2020 has been indicted on an additional charge.

Study finds regular peaceful coexistence between sharks, humans in Southern California waters

Researchers at California State University's Shark Lab have used drones to study the behavior of juvenile white sharks along the Southern California coastline in relation to human presence in the water.

Maryland police investigating deadly shooting at funeral service for 10-year-old girl killed on Mother’s Day

Shots rang out Tuesday at a Maryland funeral service for a 10-year-old, resulting in the death of one man and a female victim injured, police said.

US FDA approves Cue Health's at-home COVID test

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted marketing authorization to Cue Health's at-home COVID-19 test, the first to undergo traditional premarket review

Pilot of plane in VA crash lost contact with air traffic control minutes after takeoff: feds

The pilot of a plane that slammed into a mountain in rural Virginia lost contact with air traffic control during its ascent, according to federal aviation officials.

Detroit clerk to stand trial for locking door before shoplifter shot customers

Detroit gas station clerk Al-Hassan Aiyash, who is accused of locking customers inside a store subsequently shot up by an angry shoplifter, has been ordered to stand trial.

Charlotte 49ers men’s basketball coach Sanchez resigns after winning CBI title

The Charlotte 49ers men's basketball team is undergoing a change as Ron Sanchez has stepped down from his position as head coach after winning the CBI title.

Wrecked SUV towed, sat in lot for 4 days with Milwaukee teen's body still inside

The body of a 17-year-old Milwaukee boy was found in the back of a destroyed SUV towed from the crash site to a city-owned lot four days earlier.

NH judge dismisses trespassing complaints over 'Keep New England White' overpass banners

A New Hampshire judge has dismissed trespassing complaints against neo-Nazi group NSC-131 for the unauthorized hanging of "Keep New England White" banners from a Portsmouth overpass.

Texas-bound Southwest flight delayed to remove unruly passenger, to other flyers' delight: video

A Southwest plane in New Orleans, Louisiana was held on May 29 after a woman asked to get off the plane refused, resulting in deputies getting called in to help.

Pregnant Wisconsin school bus driver safely evacuates 37 students before it's engulfed in flames

School bus driver Imunek Williams got nearly 40 children off her bus in Milwaukee Wednesday morning just seconds before it burst into flames.

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