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One dead in shooting at entrance to Marine Recruit Depot in San Diego

One dead in shooting at entrance to Marine Recruit Depot in San Diego

One person was shot and killed at the entrance of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego Friday, authorities have confirmed to CNN. Shortly before noon, a vehicle attempted to enter the facility at a checkpoint, according to a base spokesperson in a statement issued late Friday. Guards ordered the car to stop, but…MORE

A gunshot victim finally got to thank the medical student who saved him 25 years ago

A gunshot victim finally got to thank the medical student who saved him 25 years ago

A Maryland medical student who took a wrong turn after getting lost answered a young gunshot victim’s prayer. Now, 25 years later, Baltimore resident Damon Walker reunited earlier this month with the medical student who drove toward the chaos instead of running from it. “I constantly think about that moment of being in the gutter…MORE

At least three people wounded in shooting at Durham, North Carolina, shopping mall

At least three people wounded in shooting at Durham, North Carolina, shopping mall

Three people were shot and three more injured during a shooting Friday at a packed shopping mall, police in Durham, North Carolina, said. Off-duty Durham police officers were working Friday afternoon inside The Streets at Southpoint mall heard shots coming from within the mall, and called for backup, Durham Police Chief Patrice Andrews said. Responding…MORE

Charles Moose, the face of the DC sniper investigation, dies at 68
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Charles Moose, the face of the DC sniper investigation, dies at 68

Charles Moose, who helmed the Montgomery County Police Department when authorities arrested the DC snipers, has died, according to a department Facebook post. The 68-year-old passed on Thanksgiving, the department said, citing his wife. “He was a great leader and led our department through the DC Sniper investigation, one of the most difficult crime sprees…MORE

Missing gun belonging to Brian Laundrie’s parents wasn’t made public due to ‘frenzied atmosphere,’ family attorney says
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Missing gun belonging to Brian Laundrie’s parents wasn’t made public due to ‘frenzied atmosphere,’ family attorney says

Brian Laundrie‘s parents discovered a handgun was missing when they voluntarily surrendered their firearms to law enforcement the same day they informed authorities that their son was missing, according to the family’s attorney, Steven Bertolino. Bertolino’s comments come days after a Florida medical examiner confirmed Laundrie, who was the subject of a weekslong manhunt following…MORE

Behind the prosecutor who acknowledged suspect’s ‘inappropriately low’ bail before Waukesha parade tragedy
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Behind the prosecutor who acknowledged suspect’s ‘inappropriately low’ bail before Waukesha parade tragedy

The Milwaukee County district attorney whose office sought low bail leading to the release of the man accused of running over holiday paradegoers in a nearby suburb has been a longtime champion of efforts to reduce mass incarceration by using the discretion afforded prosecutors. Darrell E. Brooks, 39, of Milwaukee, now faces murder charges after…MORE

This pilot fled Afghanistan as a child. Now he’s bringing Afghan refugees hope on their journey to America

This pilot fled Afghanistan as a child. Now he’s bringing Afghan refugees hope on their journey to America

Zak Khogyani has seen sights and wonders that would fill you with awe. He’s walked through Antelope Canyon in Northern Arizona, surrounded by swirling sandstone formations formed by flash flooding. He’s stood on the rugged Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, which rise some 700 feet over the Atlantic Ocean — a stunning emerald backdrop that’s…MORE

A year after Mary Johnson’s disappearance, federal officials are finally acting on the crisis of missing Indigenous people in America
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A year after Mary Johnson’s disappearance, federal officials are finally acting on the crisis of missing Indigenous people in America

Mary Johnson was on her way to a friend’s home in Oso, Washington, the day before Thanksgiving, but she never made it. A year later, her disappearance remains a mystery. Johnson, then 39 years old and an enrolled citizen of the Tulalip Tribes, was last seen on the reservation on November 25, 2020. Even though…MORE

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