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“The hospital made no notes about the lineup in medical records, did not notify police and failed to suspend or terminate Dr. Cheng,” lawyers said.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' administration says three dozen migrants whom the state flew from the southern border to California on private planes went willingly.
A ceremony for Huguenot High School had taken place just before the shooting.
Florida's Republican governor and Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are running to Trump's right on vaccines.
The private plane slammed into a mountain in Virginia on Sunday, killing the four people aboard. Experts speculate that the pilot lost consciousness.
LGBTQ+ Americans are facing "real, tangible and dangerous" threats, said Human Rights Campaign CEO Kelley Robinson.
Deja Taylor faces up to 25 years in prison on the new charges but is expected to get a far leaner sentence as part of a plea deal.
Judge Elizabeth Scherer violated several rules of judicial conduct during the trial of Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz, the Judicial Qualifications Commission said.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Anne Shields said she’ll keep the identities secret for now to give the congressman's lawyer time to appeal the decision.
The agency is partnering with the National Indian Gaming Commission to train workers to detect and report the crime, which heavily impacts Native women.