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    Humans of New York, former student raise $1.2 million for teacher’s debate program

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  • Passenger speaks out after landing plane with no flying experience

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  • Investigators say Geneva Presbyterian Church shooting was hate-filled attack

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  • Authorities say gunman came to Buffalo grocery store in March amid questions over whether warning signs were missed

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  • FDA may give Abbott Nutrition green light to reopen Michigan formula factory

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  • Rep. Madison Cawthorn faces primary challenge in North Carolina

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  • A closer look at 'great replacement' white supremacy ideology allegedly cited by Buffalo shooter

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  • Officials call shooting at Taiwanese church a 'hate incident'

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  • ‘She didn’t deserve this’: Family of Buffalo supermarket shooting victim calls for change

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  • 'Truly a mother’s worst nightmare’: Family speaks out after remains of S.C. teen found

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  • Heard clarifies makeup use, explains how she covered bruises after Depp’s alleged attacks

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  • Analyzing why Johnny Depp's alleged drug abuse is relevant to Amber Heard's testimony

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  • Authorities charge Southern California church shooting suspect

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  • Parishioners hog-tie gunman during California church shooting

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  • Amber Heard says accusations her friends defecated in Johnny Depp’s bed ‘didn’t make sense’

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  • Amber Heard: ‘I would have to resort to reactively hitting’ Johnny Depp in defense

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  • Chicago to enforce curfew after Millennium Park shooting

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  • Amber Heard expected to face cross-examination from Johnny Depp’s lawyers

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  • Pennsylvania voters prepare for primary elections as John Fetterman recovers from stroke

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  • New York, federal officials investigate Buffalo shooting as hate crime

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Authorities detail church fires suspect’s arrest: ‘The threat is now gone’

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Following three fires at historically black churches, Louisiana authorities have arrested 21-year-old Holden Matthews, a white man who is the son of a local sheriff's deputy. Matthews has been charged with three counts of simple arson.