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A subway train in New York City jumped the tracks and derailed after hitting debris that was thrown on the tracks, leaving three people with minor injuries, according to officials.
Portland protesters – who took a brief hiatus last week due to wildfire smoke after more than 100 consecutive days of demonstrations – resumed marches with a candlelight vigil late Saturday to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg before some then vandalized shops and smashed store windows.
At least two federal buildings in Louisville, Ky., will be closed to the public this week, as some expect an announcement on whether the state will bring criminal charges against the three officers involved in the March shooting death of Breonna Taylor during a police raid.
A college student at Oklahoma State University died Thursday after he was thrown from a bull during a rodeo competition in Texas, according to officials.
The latest tropical storm in an exceptionally busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is crawling off the coast of Texas on Sunday, threatening to bring flash flooding to areas still impacted by Hurricane Laura.
An unidentified shooter who opened fire at a Pennsylvania shopping mall remained on the loose Sunday morning, hours after dozens of police vehicles surrounded the building and officers rushed in to assess the scene and evacuate shoppers taking shelter in various stores.
Four people in Arizona were arrested they were busted with nearly $4 million of meth during a routine traffic stop.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating a police-involved shooting that left one person dead Saturday night in the same jurisdiction where Ahmaud Arbery was killed earlier this year.
Police arrested 86 protesters at tense Abolish ICE demonstrations in Times Square and near NYPD headquarters in Manhattan Saturday, police sources said.
A professor at Marshall University in West Virginia was suspended last week after allegedly saying she hoped President Trump’s supporters would all die from the coronavirus, according to reports.