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The footage was reportedly discovered during a random review of officers' recorded conduct.
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The arrests come nearly a month after three women and six children were gunned down and their bodies were set afire.
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An attorney for five survivors says festival organizers failed to secure the event's perimeters and to protect people from "the foreseeable risks of mass shootings."
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Richard Holzer, 27, wanted to use pipe bombs and arsenic to attack Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, according to a Justice Department complaint.
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The longtime Republican operative faces up to 40 years in prison for a business investment scam.
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Five people were treated after the attack with bear repellent at the Santa Monica Pier.
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Richard Holzer, arrested earlier this month, faces a maximum prison sentence of 50 years.
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Federal prosecutors say the Chicago-based agent bilked the Delta SkyBonus program.
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Someone fired shots inside and outside the Old Skool Sports Bar & Grill in Lancaster, South Carolina early Saturday morning.
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Police are searching for two suspects involved in the mass shooting at Tequila KC Bar in Kansas City.
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Police said that a resident of a Vancouver, Washington, senior apartment complex opened fire in the building's lobby. The motive for the shooting is still unclear.
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A "person of interest" reportedly has been identified in deaths at a VA hospital in West Virginia. Two cases have been ruled homicides.
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Brandon Michael Fleury, 22, identified himself as confessed gunman Nikolas Cruz while harassing his victims on social media.
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There was no immediate sign that the shootings had any connection to gangs, police said.
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No one could have predicted the fake psychic would be sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
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The "Desperate Housewives" star and husband William H. Macy are breaking their long-standing silence on their role in the sweeping admissions scandal.
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The American Airlines attendants were allegedly found carrying more than $22,000 in cash into the U.S. from Chile.
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Robert D. Chain said he was going to kill the journalists because of the paper's "treasonous" criticism of Donald Trump.
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Gordon Caplan, former co-chairman of a prominent New York corporate law firm, admitted to having his daughter’s ACT exam answers corrected.
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The 67-year-old man is also accused of injuring a woman in a separate unit.