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Six injured after shooting at North Carolina mall sends Black Friday shoppers running in panic

Videos and photos shared on social media show people running after the gunfire erupted, leaving behind flipped chairs, fallen signs and food atop tables at the food court.

Nathan’s legacy: He got new lungs after covid. Now comes the hard part.

Covid-19 ruined Nathan Foote's lungs. Now he's trying to live his new life to the fullest without squandering the gift he's been given.

He spent almost 50 years alone at 10,000 feet. His hobby helped shape climate research in the Rockies.

Billy Barr began logging snowfall to keep busy. Along the way, he became an unwitting chronicler of climate change.

Firefighters launch tense rescue after pet tortoise traps pet dog in underground burrow

The two animals aren’t exactly the best of friends.
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New York declares covid state of emergency as Gov. Hochul says of omicron variant: ‘It’s coming’

While omicron has not yet been detected in the United States, New York hospitals will be allowed to protect capacity by limiting nonessential and non-urgent care.

How the events unfolded at Waukesha parade

What we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the Waukesha tragedy

Exonerated former inmate Kevin Strickland won’t get compensation from Missouri, so donors raised $1 million

Following Kevin Strickland's exoneration in a 1978 triple murder that put him in prison for 43 years, GoFundMe donors have raised more than $1 million to help him start a new life.

Bagel shop owner saw young customer lost her hair. He shaved his own head in solidarity.

“I thought it was cool that he wanted to be bald like me,” said 10-year-old Megan Ragucci.
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Jury finds all 3 men guilty of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s death

The three men who chased and killed Arbery in coastal Georgia last year were convicted of murder in a case that once went 74 days without arrests and that many saw as a test of racial bias in the justice system.

How a shaky cellphone video changed the course of the Ahmaud Arbery murder case

The convictions of Travis McMichael, his father, Greg McMichael, and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan on Wednesday have raised recollections of the beginning of the case, when police let the men walk free and two prosecutors did not press charges.

WHO chief calls for caution as cases climb ahead of major U.S. holiday

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus lamented “the false sense of security that vaccines have ended the pandemic.”

Relief, optimism and acknowledgment that work remains after jury convicts 3 of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s death

The verdicts were hailed as proof that the system can work but not a sign that it always will.

Ian Fishback, Army officer and whistleblower against detainee abuse, dies at 42

The U.S. Military Academy graduate and combat veteran was one of the military’s most prominent whistleblowers. His condemnation of torture by U.S. soldiers in Iraq produced groundbreaking legislation in the early years of that war.

A verdict not held hostage to history

The jury saw the world through Ahmaud Arbery’s eyes.
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