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  • Search for Oregon man using dating apps to evade capture continues

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  • Sixth police officer relieved of duty in connection to Nichols' death

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  • Alleged Pelosi attacker says he should have been 'more prepared'

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  • Oregon torture suspect using dating apps to evade capture, police say

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  • Baltimore shooting leaves one man dead and two kids injured

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  • Pole footage shows Memphis police holding up Nichols as officer punches him

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  • New York City protests erupt after release of Tyre Nichols video

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  • Memphis Police release video of deadly Tyre Nichols beating

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  • Memphis bodycam appears to show Tyre Nichols being pepper-sprayed, calling for mother

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  • Pole video appears to show Tyre Nichols being beaten by multiple Memphis officers

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Accused California torture parents appear in court

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David and Louisa Anna Turpin, the California parents accused of torturing their 13 children, have been arraigned in court. Their bail has been set at $12 million each. David Turpin’s attorney, David Macher, addressed reporters following the arraignment.