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A bull bison gored a man near Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, officials say

The 34-year-old man was walking with his family on a boardwalk near the Giant Geyser at Old Faithful on Monday when the bull bison charged at the group, according to a news release from the park. When family members did not leave their area, the bull bison “continued to charge and gored” the man, causing …

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Amtrak train derails: NTSB investigators arrive at derailment in Missouri that killed 4 and injured 150

The derailment occurred as the train, traveling eastbound to Chicago, collided with a dump truck at a crossing near the town of Mendon in north-central Missouri at about 12:42 pm Monday, according to Amtrak. Eight of the train’s cars and two locomotives left the track, the company said. The death toll rose from three to …

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Texas judge blocks enforcement of pre-Roe v. Wade abortion ban

June 28 (Reuters) – A Texas judge on Tuesday blocked officials from enforcing a dormant 1925 abortion ban that the state’s Republican attorney general said was back in effect after the US Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedure nationwide. The temporary restraining order by Judge Christine Weems in Harris County came in …

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San Antonio trailer deaths: 46 migrants have been found dead inside a semitruck, authorities say

The were migrants, City Councilwoman Adriana Rocha Garcia said Monday after a briefing by the San Antonio police chief. Their discovery comes as US federal authorities have launched an “unprecedented” operation to disrupt human smuggling networks. The US Department of Homeland Security’s investigation unit was alerted by San Antonio police to “an alleged human smuggling …

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Atlanta Subway employee shot dead by customer in argument over mayo, police say

Police update on deadly Subway shooting Police said an argument over a sandwich at a Downtown Atlanta Subway restaurant led to a deadly shooting. ATLANTA – An argument over mayonnaise at a Downtown Atlanta Subway ended with one worker dead and another in the hospital. Police say the shooting happened around 6:30 pm at a …

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Amtrak train derails in Missouri: Multiple people killed and at least 50 injured

Amtrak said the train collided with a truck at a public crossing near the city of Mendon at about 1:42 pm CT. Dunn said that authorities are still trying to ascertain the exact number of fatalities. Two of the people who were killed were aboard the train while the third was in the truck, Dunn …

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Amtrak train collides with vehicle at California intersection without crossing arms, killing three

All five victims were in the vehicle and were attending an event near the train route, said East Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Marshal Steve Aubert. The two people injured, an adult and a child, were airlifted to local hospitals and sustained major injuries, he said. Aerial video of the scene from CNN affiliate …

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Abortion rights: protests spread across the US after Supreme Court decision

Activists on both sides of the debate rallied in jubilation or devastation. “Old men, stop telling me what to do with my body,” read one protester’s sign in Washington, DC. “People’s bodies are more regulated than guns,” read another protester’s sign in Atlanta. Outside the Supreme Court, an elated Valentina Aaron held up a sign …

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America’s struggle with mass shootings has changed how these people live their lives

It was bizarre to see photos of employees running out of the King Soopers in Boulder, wearing their uniforms and aprons — so like those she and her coworkers wore each day, she told CNN. After the massacre, “Every day when I went into work I would think through where the exits are and where …

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