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Texas prosecutors seek murder indictment against officer who shot woman at home

2:04am EDT

Texas prosecutors said on Friday they would seek a murder indictment against the former Fort Worth police officer who shot dead a 28-year-old black woman in her home.

Texas pastors seek federal action after police shoot black woman in her home

Oct 16 2019

Black pastors in Fort Worth, Texas on Wednesday called for federal intervention to stamp out what they called systemic racism in their city's police force after a white officer shot dead black resident Atatiana Jefferson in her home.

'Broken system' starves U.S. oil boom of immigrant workers

Oct 13 2019

HOBBS, N.M. New Mexico oil man Johnny Vega laid out his predicament as his crew hoisted pipes from a well during the biggest oil boom in U.S. history.

California governor says broad power shutdown to prevent fires 'unacceptable'

Oct 11 2019

LOS ANGELES California Governor Gavin Newsom called a widespread electricity shutdown triggered by a power company to prevent wildfires "unacceptable", as gale-force winds and dry weather posed a critical fire threat to the north of the state. | Video

Republicans see impeachment backfiring. Democrats fear they may be right

Sep 27 2019

By Gabriella Borter, Brendan O'Brien, Andrew Hay and Zachary Fagenson | Video

Florida police officer fired for arresting two six-year-olds

Sep 23 2019

An Orlando, Florida, police officer was fired on Monday after arresting two 6-year-olds last week for separate disciplinary incidents at their school, the city's police chief said. | Video

'We owe it to them': Bahamian ships prepare for relief missions

Sep 04 2019

NASSAU, Bahamas As a humanitarian crisis unfolded in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, a flotilla of ships and boats was preparing on Wednesday to begin ferrying relief supplies to areas of the island-nation hardest hit by the Category 5 storm.

'We owe it to them': Bahamian ships prepare for relief missions

Sep 04 2019

NASSAU, Bahamas As a humanitarian crisis unfolded in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, a flotilla of ships and boats was preparing on Wednesday to begin ferrying relief supplies to areas of the island-nation hardest hit by the Category 5 storm.

Five killed, including gunman, 21 injured in West Texas shooting

Sep 01 2019

A white male in his 30s who was known to police killed four people and wounded 21 others on Saturday in a gun rampage between the West Texas cities of Midland and Odessa that started with a traffic stop and ended when he was killed by officers, authorities said. | Video

Trump slams 'corrupt' Puerto Rico as Hurricane Dorian skirts island

Aug 29 2019

President Donald Trump lashed out at Puerto Rico on Wednesday, calling it "one of the most corrupt places on earth" before an approaching hurricane skirted the U.S. territory, stirring up memories of previous devastating storms. | Video

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