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Judge dismisses lawsuit against Alabama officers who shot and killed Army vet Crystal Ragland
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Judge dismisses lawsuit against Alabama officers who shot and killed Army vet Crystal Ragland

Crystal Ragland was shot and killed by Huntsville police on May 30, 2019. (Ashley Remkus/TNS) Crystal Ragland reached for what turned out to be a fake pistol just before Huntsville police shot and killed her two years ago, a federal judge ruled. Ragland, a 32-year-old Army veteran, was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder when police went to her...

Clubbers in Canada’s Quebec ask govt to lift ban on dancing & karaoke in ‘dance for the right to dance’ protest (VIDEOS)
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Clubbers in Canada’s Quebec ask govt to lift ban on dancing & karaoke in ‘dance for the right to dance’ protest (VIDEOS)

Deprived of their favourite pastime, club-goers have taken to the streets of Montreal in Canada’s Quebec, demanding that authorities lift ban on dancing and singing in clubs – a verboten activity under Covid-19 rules. A large crowd of people staged a dance party-slash-protest west of downtown Montreal on Saturday. The demonstrators, some of them wearing...

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Visualizing The World’s Biggest Real Estate Bubbles In 2021

Identifying real estate bubbles is a tricky business. After all, as Visual Capitalist’s Nick Routley notes, even though many of us “know a bubble when we see it”, we don’t have tangible proof of a bubble until it actually bursts. And by then, it’s too late. The map above, based on data from the Real Estate...

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Why Australia Could (And Should) Become A Major Nuclear Power Producer

Authored by Paul Sullivan via OilPrice.com, Australia is a country nearly the size of the continental US with a population of about 26 million people. It is a country with vast open spaces. Most of its population is found on its east coast in New South Wales and Queensland, some population centers in Western Australia,...

Lawmaker urges new probe after Army closes investigation of California soldier’s slaying
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Lawmaker urges new probe after Army closes investigation of California soldier’s slaying

Friends of Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez sit silently during his memorial ceremony. (Master Sgt. Alexander Burnett/82nd Airborne Division/TNS) The U.S. Army has closed an investigation into the killing of a paratrooper from California whose head was found severed from his body, according to Rep. Norma Torres, who is asking the Pentagon’s inspector general to examine whether...