Mourners Remember Atatiana Jefferson’s ‘Shining Smile’ After Fort Worth Shooting

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Mourners gather around the casket of 28-year-old Atatiana Jefferson, who was fatally shot by a police officer earlier this month in Fort Worth, Texas. At her funeral on Thursday, family and friends remembered the impact she had on her community.

 

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Ban Will Soon Keep Climbers From Tackling Sacred Monolith In Australia

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Uluru, seen at sunset from a designated viewing area earlier this year in Australia’s Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The sandstone monolith will be closed to climbers permanently Saturday, in a blow to tourists’ aspirations and a boon to the aboriginal peoples who consider it sacred.

 

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Suspension Of Sheriff After High School Shootings Confirmed By Florida State Senate

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Former Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, seen on Monday. The state Senate voted Wednesday to confirm his ouster by Gov. Ron DeSantis over the performance of his department in the 2018 high school shootings in Parkland.

 

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PG&E Imposes New Power Shutoffs In Parts Of Northern California To Avert Wildfires

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Pacific Gas Electric employees work in the PGE Emergency Operations Center in San Francisco. Authorities say power outages have started again in parts of Northern California.

 

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Pacific Gas Electric employees work in the PGE Emergency Operations Center in San Francisco. Authorities say power outages have started again in parts of Northern California.

 

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Pacific Gas Electric Corp. has begun to cut power to about 179,000 ...

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Exclusive: Trump Wants To Pick Cuccinelli For DHS, But Worries Senate Would Balk

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Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli speaks about immigration policy at the White House on August 12, 2019 Win McNamee/Getty Images

 

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President Trump has told Republican allies in the Senate that he would ...

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