TikTok star Mohit Mor shot and killed

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Measles case aboard Church of Scientology-owned cruise ship quarantines 28 people

The Freewinds cruise ship is docked in the port of Castries, the capital of St. Lucia, Thursday, May 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Bradley Lacan) Dr. Izzy Gerstenbluth, an epidemiologist with the Public Health of Curacao, told reporters that the rest of the 318 people who were, in total, on the ship, are free to leave, as…

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Texas police officer charged with criminally negligent homicide in traffic-stop shooting

Body camera footage showed O’Shae Terry talking to an Arlington Police Officer during a traffic stop on Sept. 1.<br data-cke-eol=”1″> (Arlington Police Department via AP) Tran was then seen aiming his gun into the vehicle before a shot rang out. The Arlington Police Department said that the officer fired his gun when Terry drove away…

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New York Rep. Anthony Brindisis aide was charged with hiring prostitute, 17: police

An aide to Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-N.Y., [seen above] was charged by state police with patronizing a 17-year-old prostitute Friday, New York State Police announced.  (House of Representatives) “As soon as we were made aware of the charges, John Stemen was immediately terminated,” a statement from Brindisi’s office said. Stemen is slated to appear in…

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Fatal Attraction killer Carolyn Warmus granted parole, may be released from prison in June

Carolyn Warmus, a former New York schoolteacher who was convicted of killing Betty Jeanne Solomon in 1992, has been granted parole and could be released from prison as early as June 10. This photo is from Jan. 22, 1991. (AP) A key witness in the trial was New York City private investigator Vincent Parco, who…

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Two more bodies found in Tennessee home, suspect linked to 7 deaths

Michael Cummins, 25, was arrested on Saturday after investigators found several bodies in two separate homes in Westmoreland, Tennessee.<br data-cke-eol=”1″> (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation) The injured victim was in critical condition Sunday evening. “I’ve been district attorney since 1980, and I’ve never seen anything close to this before,” Sumner County District Attorney Ray Whitley told…

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Philippines’ Duterte gives Canada 1 week to take back garbage or ‘we will declare war’

Environmental activists protesting the tons of garbage Canada shipped to the Philippines in front of the Canadian Embassy in Makati in 2015.<br data-cke-eol=”1″> (Getty Images) The garbage reportedly consists of electronic and household waste. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Between 2013 and 2014, Canada shipped tons of waste in 103 containers to the…

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Prince Harry attends London Marathon as Meghan Markles due date nears

Britain’s Prince Harry, center, poses with the men’s wheelchair race first place winner Daniel Romanchuk of the United States, left, and women’s wheelchair race first place winner Switzerland’s Manuela Scharat, right, at the 39th London Marathon in London. (AP) Markle won’t be following Prince William and Kate Middleton’s footsteps in announcing her child’s birth. The…

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