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El Paso mass shooter on suicide watch, sheriff's office says

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 20 August 2019
The 21-year-old white male from a Dallas-area neighborhood was placed on a suicide watch today under the recommendation of medical staff at the jail.
 
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News video: 100 people attend active shooter seminar in Indian River County

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In the wake of the mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso the Indian River County Sheriff's Office held an active shooter training seminar.

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This Is Now The World's Most Expensive Video Game [Video]

This Is Now The World's Most Expensive Video Game

This is the world's most expensive video game. A copy of Nintendo game Super Mario Bros. Has broken the World Record for the most ever paid for any video game. The highest-graded copy ever of the 80s classic ever received a winning ok $114,000 in Heritage Auctions' Comics & Comic Art event in Dallas on July 10. Other high-selling games included a 1987 copy of Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! ($50,400) and the first sealed copy of Super Mario Bros 3. Which drew a winning bid of $38,400. Also selling was a Sega Pluto-02 console prototype - Sega (C. 1995-1996), which brought a winning bid of $84,000.

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Inside the NFL offensive linemen summit, where players prepare for a season of uncertainty

More than 40 NFL offensive linemen gathered in Dallas to collaborate and share ideas as they await a season with much to be resolved.

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Dallas Fed Chief: Systemic Racism Is Hindering US Economic Growth [Video]

Dallas Fed Chief: Systemic Racism Is Hindering US Economic Growth

In the United States, the fastest-growing demographic groups are African Americans and Latinx. And according to Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan, systemic racism targetting those groups is dragging down the US economy. Reuters reports Kaplan made the remarks in a Sunday interview on CBS's 'Face the Nation.' He said blacks and Hispanics have long endured a higher level of unemployment than whites. It’s in the interest of the US...

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'Decent Americans are not racist or bigots' - Trump [Video]

'Decent Americans are not racist or bigots' - Trump

US President Donald Trump has warned against labeling "tens of millions of decent Americans as racist or bigots" as anti-racism demonstrations continue. Mr Trump was speaking at an event promoted as discussing "justice disparities" in Dallas, Texas.

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U.S. protesters defy curfews, threats of military force [Video]

U.S. protesters defy curfews, threats of military force

Peaceful marches and demonstrations were marred by instances of looting and attacks on police officers as protesters decried police for the use of force against minorities. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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