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California returns beachfront property taken from Black couple in 1920s | California

Los Angeles county officials have returned ownership of prime California beachfront property to descendants of a Black couple who ran a resort for African Americans in the 1920s until the local government seized their land. The LA board of supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved the transfer of the parcels in area once known as Bruce’s …

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Illinois primary election results pit downstate Sen. Darren Bailey against Gov. JB Pritzker

CHICAGO (WLS) — After Tuesday’s primary election, ABC News projects downstate Sen. Darren Bailey has won the Republican nomination for Illinois governor, pitting him against Gov. JB Pritzker in November. PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS: Latest updates on races around the state of Illinois Bailey has been perceived as more conservative than many of the other Republican …

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The Planned Parenthood website shares your data with Google, others

The organization left marketing trackers running on its scheduling pages June 29, 2022 at 11:29 am EDT Abortion rights supporters cheer outside a Planned Parenthood clinic during a demonstration June 24 in West Hollywood, Calif. (Jae C. Hong/AP) Placeholder while article actions load Tea Supreme Court’s decision last week overturning the nationwide right to an …

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Pelosi receives Communion at Vatican after earlier US bishop refusal

Placeholder while article actions load ROME — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), a Catholic and vocal supporter of abortion rights, received Holy Communion on Wednesday during a papal Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, according to an attendee at the Mass. The ceremony at the Vatican stood in marked contrast to the decision by conservative San …

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Texas migrant truck driver Homero Zamorano was ‘high on meth’: report

The driver of the sweltering tractor-trailer truck where at least 51 migrants were found dead in Texas was allegedly “very high on meth” when he was nabbed, authorities said. Homero Zamorano, 45, was taken into custody in a nearby field after he allegedly abandoned the 18-wheeler with dozens of migrants stashed in the back in …

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Randy Cox paralyzed after ride in New Haven police van, attorneys say

Placeholder while article actions load Randy Cox was sitting in the back of a New Haven, Conn., police van last week, having been arrested on a gun charge, when the vehicle suddenly stopped. Cox, who was handcuffed and not wearing a seat belt, flew headfirst toward the front of the van’s holding area, smashing his …

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Yellowstone bison gores Colorado man near Old Faithful in second recent attack, park says

Placeholder while article actions load A Colorado man visiting Yellowstone National Park was gored by a bison at Old Faithful this week in the second attack of its kind in the past month, park officials said. The 34-year-old from Colorado Springs, whose name the National Park Service has not released, was walking with his family …

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California gun owners’ personal information exposed in data breach

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Californians with a concealed carry permit may have had their personal information released in a data breach. The California Department of Justice launched a new website on Monday aimed at making information about firearms more transparent. That information included the names, ages, addresses and license types of those with Concealed Carry …

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Advocacy group stands behind work after man who had 1986 conviction vacated accused in recent shooting

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – For 33 years, Edward Taylor was imprisoned. Just a month ago, his conviction in a 1986 sexual assault of a 4-year-old girl was vacated. But on Friday, Taylor was arrested and accused of attempted murder following a shooting on A. Phillip Randolph Boulevard. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said in that shooting, a …

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A Boy Scout tried to help truck driver hit in Amtrak train derailment

Placeholder while article actions load Eli Skrypczak played on his phone Monday afternoon while aboard an Amtrak train hurtling through the heartland of Missouri. As he slipped in and out of sleep, the 15-year-old Boy Scout and hundreds of other passengers were unaware of the dump truck ahead that was about to change their lives …

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