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    Southern Californian neighbor honors veterans with free flag kits

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  • Bodycam footage to be released in the Akron, OH police shooting of a 25-year-old Black man

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  • After facing backlash, Uvalde’s School District Chief of Police steps down from City Council

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  • Severe thunderstorms disrupt air travel during the 4th of July weekend

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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

    02:02
  • WRTI’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

    01:32
  • WNBA star Brittney Griner on trial in Moscow today

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

    02:15
  • Supreme Court allows Biden to end Trump-era immigration policy

    01:32
  • 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

    03:15
  • 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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Federal Reserve faces a tough challenge on cooling inflation

01:46

The Federal Reserve is facing one of its toughest challenges in decades: raising interest rates to cool inflation, without killing consumer demand and jobs, and pushing the economy into a recession. NBC News’ Tom Costello hears from Americans about the impact of skyrocketing rent, food and gas prices. Already, Equifax reports more consumers with low credit scores are falling behind on payments.