In mourning yet again, NYC prepares to honor fallen officer
A city reeling from a spate of violence is preparing to lay to rest a rookie police officer being hailed as an inspiration to his immigrant community, as investigators sought to make sense of a domestic dispute that left another officer “fighting for his life.”.
University of Florida can’t stop faculty in cases conflicting with state, judge rules
A federal judge has blocked the University of Florida from enforcing a policy that restricted faculty members from providing expert testimony in cases that conflict with positions taken by the state of Florida.
US charges 2nd key suspect in killing of Haiti’s president
A Haitian-Chilean businessman considered a key suspect in the killing of Haitian president Jovenel Moïse has appeared in U.S. federal court and was accused of providing weapons to former Colombian soldiers charged with fatally shooting the country’s leader.
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Omicron spreads in New Zealand, spoiling PM's wedding plans
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