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DoJ announces investigation of Memphis police department after Tyre Nichols death at h

The Justice Department has announced that it will conduct an investigation into whether the city of Memphis and its police department have systematically violated civil rights. This comes after the widely condemned and highly publicized case of Tyre Nichols, an unarmed 29-year-old Black man who was viciously beaten by a group of officers during a traffic stop in January. Nichols …

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Sen Dianne Feinstein appears confused and is instructed to vote ‘aye’ by fellow senator at meeting

Senator Dianne Feinstein, a Democratic senator from California, was caught on camera appearing confused and unsure during a meeting of the Senate Appropriations Committee. This incident occurred just a day after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell froze at a press conference and had to be ushered away. During the voting process, Feinstein seemed to lose track of the proceedings and …

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Bronny James heart screening came back normal months before cardiac arrest, report says

Bronny James, the son of NBA superstar LeBron James, underwent a cardiac screening months before his recent cardiac arrest at basketball practice. According to a source, the screening included a transthoracic echocardiogram and an EKG, both of which came back with normal results, indicating that there were no preexisting problems that could have led to the cardiac arrest. On Monday …

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Holocaust survivor responds to Fox News host’s comment about ‘useful’ people in concentration camps

A Holocaust survivor has urged Fox News and host Greg Gutfeld to apologize for his “disgusting” comments about surviving in concentration camps. The controversy arose during a segment on the Fox talk show The Five, where the panelists were discussing Florida’s new slavery curriculum, which suggests that slaves “developed skills which, in some instances, could be applied for their personal …

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Is Donald Trump going to prison?

Sign up for our daily Inside Washington email to receive exclusive US coverage and analysis sent directly to your inbox. It’s completely free. Donald Trump has already faced two indictments and may soon be facing up to four criminal cases. On July 27th, Justice Department Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team met with Trump’s legal team and informed them to anticipate …

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