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Train riders held up cellphones as woman was raped on SEPTA, police say

There were no calls made to 911 in Philadelphia, SEPTA Police Chief Thomas J. Nestel III said. "We want people ... to watch out for other riders."
SEPTA
SEPTA

Supply chain shortage is driving up prices. Farmers are worried it could grow worse.

Farmers say they sympathize with the desire for better wages, but they face equipment and parts shortages. A long strike could affect the food supply chain and their bottom lines.
Operations During A Wheat Harvest As Crop Report Shifts
Operations During A Wheat Harvest As Crop Report Shifts
2h ago

Parkland school shooting families settle suit with district

Fifty-two families from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High will be part of the $25 million settlement.
Image: FILES-US-SHOOTING-HOMICIDE-COURT
Image: FILES-US-SHOOTING-HOMICIDE-COURT
2h ago

'Engineer' of endless war: Iraqis remember Colin Powell

"Our religion prevents us from feeling joy about someone's death, even if this person was an enemy," a retired Baghdad teacher said.
Image: Colin Powell
Image: Colin Powell
3h ago

Tense school board meeting follows Southlake administrator's Holocaust remark

Monday’s school board meeting was the first time residents had a public forum to raise concerns about the school administrator's comment.

Covid is leading cause of death among police officers nationwide, study shows

A new study shows that Covid-19 is the leading cause of death among police officers with five times as many officers having died from the virus compared to gun related deaths since the pandemic began. Physician at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Aditi Nerurkar, explains why vaccination rates are so low among police departments and how a culture of disinformation is impacting police officers across the country. 
Covid is leading cause of death among police officers nationwide, study shows
Covid is leading cause of death among police officers nationwide, study shows
4h ago

Mom of N.H. boy missing for six months arrested

Danielle Denise Dauphinais, the mother of Elijah Lewis, and Joseph Stapf are charged with witness tampering and child endangerment. Lewis, 5, was not reported missing until Oct. 14.
Image: Elijah Lewis
Image: Elijah Lewis

Trump sues National Archives over documents related to January 6th riot

Former President Donald Trump is suing the National Archives and the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol to stop the handover of documents related to the attack. NBC News legal analyst Danny Cevallos reports. 
Trump sues National Archives over documents related to January 6th riot
Trump sues National Archives over documents related to January 6th riot
5h ago

Tense school board meeting follows Southlake administrator’s Holocaust remark

Monday’s school board meeting was the first time residents had a public forum to raise concerns about the school administrator's comment.
Image: Carroll Administration Center in South Lake, Texas.
Image: Carroll Administration Center in South Lake, Texas.

Crackdown on Chinese spying at American universities backfires

A Justice Department effort to root out Chinese espionage at universities has run into controversy. A series of criminal cases brought by prosecutors against professors and researchers as part of the “China Initiative” have fallen apart. Critics are accusing the government of overreaching and Asian-American groups are concerned the FBI has engaged in racial profiling. NBC News’ Ken Dilanian reports. 
Crackdown on Chinese spying at American universities backfires
Crackdown on Chinese spying at American universities backfires

Former president Donald Trump gives deposition in lawsuit over 2015 protest

Donald Trump was ordered to testify under oath in a civil deposition. The former president is facing a lawsuit from protesters who say they were assaulted by members of Trump’s security staff during an immigration protest in 2015. NBC News’ Tom Winter explains what the protesters are seeking and how Trump is reacting. 
Former president Donald Trump gives deposition in lawsuit over 2015 protest
Former president Donald Trump gives deposition in lawsuit over 2015 protest