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Florida Adopts Nation's Toughest Restrictions On Protests

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| Florida's new law increases penalties for violence and property damage committed during a protest. And it requires that those arrested likely be held in jail overnight.

Attorney For Adam Toledo's Family: 'Adam Died Because He Complied'

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The attorney for the family of the 13-year-old Chicago boy shot in an alley by police said he didn't need to die. "Adam may still be alive today had the officer given him the opportunity to comply."

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Navalny Moved To Infirmary In Russian Prison After Doctor Warns He Could Die Soon

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The main Russian opposition figure, who has been on a 20-day hunger strike, has been moved to an infirmary at another prison, where he will undergo "vitamin therapy," authorities say.

More Than Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

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The CDC reported a hopeful statistic in the country's fight against the coronavirus on Sunday. On Monday, every adult in the country will be eligible to register to be vaccinated.

Weekend Shootings In Texas And Wisconsin Add To Tally Of U.S. Gun Deaths

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After a big surge in gun deaths in 2020, high-profile mass shootings this spring are a reminder that America's epidemic of gun violence persists.

$25 Million Worth Of Giant Clam Shells Seized In The Philippines

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The raid Friday was the third giant clam bust in just over a month. Since the beginning of March, about $30 million worth of giant clams have been seized from illegal operations.

Indianapolis Sikh Community Mourns 4 Of Its Members Killed In Shooting

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"These kinds of violent attacks are a threat to all of us," said community member Maninder Singh Walia. The gunman's motive in attacking a FedEx warehouse on Thursday night is still unknown.

Liberty University Sues Ex-President Jerry Falwell, Jr., Seeking Millions In Damages

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In the civil suit, Liberty University accuses its former president of breach of contract and fiduciary duty as well as statutory conspiracy. Falwell called it "full of lies and half truths."

Law Professor: Police Hold 'Extraordinary' Power Over Black People In Traffic Stops

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Those who don't immediately stop for police are committing "contempt of cop. And bad officers will make you pay for that," law professor Paul Butler argues.

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