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    17-year-old attacked by shark after sharks were spotted near the shore days before

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  • Supreme Court shifting faster, farther to the right each ruling

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  • WRIT’s legendary jazz DJ Bob Perkins retires at age 88

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  • More confusion on state abortion laws spreading following Roe v. Wade reversal

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  • 2 officers and police dog killed in shootout in Kentucky

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  • Russian missiles strike in Ukraine kills at least 21 civilians

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  • WNBA star Brittney Griner on trial in Moscow today

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  • Travelers driving this 4th of July weekend to avoid airport chaos

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  • Supreme Court allows Biden to end Trump-era immigration policy

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  • New updates in Emmett Till murder case, 67 years later

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  • Family ministry scams U.S. government into giving $8 million in Covid relief

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  • 14-year-old boy goes viral for mind-bending photos of cars

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  • Thousands of flights delayed, canceled heading into 4th of July weekend

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  • Florida, Kentucky abortion restriction laws blocked by courts

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  • Biden accuses Supreme Court of ‘outrageous behavior’ following Roe v. Wade reversal

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  • Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes first Black woman on Supreme Court

    02:24
  • Last living WWII Medal of Honor recipient Hershel 'Woody' Williams dies

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  • Airlines preparing for more delays, cancellations heading into 4th of July weekend

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  • 53 migrants dead in abandoned truck in San Antonio

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  • R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison

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Facebook responds to charges that it did too little to stop election meddling

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Facebook executive Monika Bickert tells NBC News that content from now-removed Russian accounts was “unacceptable,” and many of the problems came from fake accounts. Now, the company faces questions of how its posts are reviewed and what might change in 2018.