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Man arrested on charges he threatened to 'shoot up' Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C.

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A Tennessee man was arrested after an FBI investigation revealed he threatened to "shoot up" a D.C. Planned Parenthood facility.
 
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Planned Parenthood Endorses Joe Biden [Video]

Planned Parenthood Endorses Joe Biden

Planned Parenthood endorsed Democrat Joe Biden for U.S. president. They called his race against President Donald Trump a “fight for our country’s very survival.” According to Reuters, abortion rights continue to be a controversial issue in the 2020 presidential election. Planned Parenthood Action Fund launched a $45 million campaign in 2020 to support Democratic candidates.

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Experts Say 'Patchwork Of Policies' Are Creating COVID-19 Hotspots [Video]

Experts Say 'Patchwork Of Policies' Are Creating COVID-19 Hotspots

Experts who run the US COVID Atlas say many current COVID-19 hotspots across the country are in areas along state borders. They say that's because different governments have taken different approaches to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. This includes regions in Arkansas and Tennessee, as well as Louisiana and Mississippi, which are effectively separated by the Mississippi River.

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As Virus Spreads, States Face a Truth: ‘We Cannot Test Our Way Out of This’

Tennessee’s governor said anyone in his state could be tested for the coronavirus, and the state would pay. That did not stop the virus from roaring back.
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Justin Timberlake: Confederate Monuments Must Come Down [Video]

Justin Timberlake: Confederate Monuments Must Come Down

(CNN) Justin Timberlake has become the latest public figure to call for the removal of Confederate monuments across the US. The musician and actor, who is from Tennessee, shared his thoughts regarding the monuments in an Instagram post on Monday. "There are roughly 1,848 confederate statues of in the US," he wrote in his caption of the post, which featured a video by the American Civil Liberties Union about Confederate monuments.

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Human skull found in fire pit in Michigan home previously owned by man killed in police shootout

Homeowners found a human skull in the fire pit of a Michigan home previously owned by a man who died in a police shootout in Tennessee last month.
 

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Charlie Daniels, 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' singer, dead at 83 [Video]

Charlie Daniels, 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' singer, dead at 83

The country music star was struck by a hemorrhagic stroke in Hermitage, TN. His death was confirmed on Monday.

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NFL's Washington Redskins to retire name and logo [Video]

NFL's Washington Redskins to retire name and logo

The NFL's Washington Redskins announced Monday (July 13) that the team will retire its name and logo, long criticized as racist. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

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Judge Moves to Delay Federal Execution Scheduled for Monday

A district court in Washington, D.C., put the execution of Daniel Lewis Lee on hold hours before it was to be carried out. The Justice Department immediately..
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Washington, D.C. beekeepers are essential workers

Washington, D.C., has declared beekeepers as essential workers during the coronavirus outbreak. (July 11)
 

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Man charged for allegedly attempting to burn down DC Metropolitan Police station

Jerritt Jeremy Pace was arrested on May 29 after allegedly making social media posts about wanting to burn down D.C. Police's Fourth District Station.

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FBI investigates reported Indiana lynching attempt [Video]

FBI investigates reported Indiana lynching attempt

The FBI is investigating a hate-crime report lodged by a Black civil rights activist in Indiana who said he was assaulted by several white men threatening to lynch him before a group of bystanders and friends intervened to stop the attack. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Video shows Black man pinned against tree

FBI investigates the reported assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake. Civial rights activist says he was pinned to a tree and..
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F.B.I. to Investigate Case of Black Man Pinned by White Man in Indiana

Vauhxx Booker said a group of white men surrounded him, pinned him against a tree and threatened to “get a noose” after he and his friends had gathered near..
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FBI investigating alleged racist attack at Indiana lake after widely shared Facebook video

The FBI said agents are investigating Vauhxx Booker's report that white men held him while someone said  "get a noose" Saturday night.
 

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