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North American Politics · Parkland
Jury selection to begin in trial of former deputy accused of failing to confront Parkland shooter
Jury selection began Wednesday in the trial of a former Florida sheriff’s deputy charged with failing to confront the shooter who killed 14 students and three staff members at a Parkland high school five years ago.See the Story
80% Center coverage: 65 sources
Crime · Wyoming
Man pleads guilty to disturbing Yellowstone bison calf that later had to be killed by rangers
A man from Hawaii pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge alleging he picked up a bison calf in Yellowstone National Park, causing the animal’s herd to reject it and leading park officials to kill it rather than allow it to be a hazard to visitors. See the Story
58% Center coverage: 57 sources
Alex Murdaugh · South Carolina
Alex Murdaugh pleads not guilty — for now — to federal wire fraud and money laundering charges
Alex Murdaugh was arraigned Wednesday on federal money laundering and wire fraud charges for indictments saying he stole money from his clients, and although he pleaded not guilty for now, his lawyer said that might change soon.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 39 sources
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Donald Trump · New York
Trump accuser says many in her generation didn't report rape
A magazine columnist who says Donald Trump raped her in a department store’s dressing room two decades before he became president acknowledged Monday that she never followed her own advice to readers that they report sexual attacks to police. See the Story
61% Center coverage: 33 sources
Gun Violence · Columbia
11 hurt, 9 by gunfire at teen party at South Carolina park
Dozens of shell casings from several different weapons have been collected at the park. Two teenagers in a vehicle driving away from the scene with its headlights off were arrested. The party was not sponsored by the local recreation commission, deputies said. Nine of the injured were shot, between the ages of 16 and 20.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 35 sources
North Dakota Politics · North Dakota
North Dakota sends transgender pronoun bill to governor
Public school teachers in North Dakota would be allowed to ignore the pronouns their transgender students use, under a bill that state Senate lawmakers passed Thursday with a veto-proof majority. See the Story
54% Right coverage: 13 sources
Gun Laws · Minnesota
3 officers shot at domestic call in west-central Minnesota
The Pope County Sheriff's Office said on its Facebook page that the incident happened Saturday night in Cyrus. One officer from Starbuck, Minnesota, and two Pope County sheriff's deputies were hit by gunfire during an arrest. Their conditions were not immediately released. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is assisting with the investigation.See the Story
69% Center coverage: 19 sources
Gun Laws · Honolulu
Police: 5 people shot, 2 dead at Honolulu chicken fight
Five people were shot during an altercation at a late-night chicken fight Friday in Honolulu, police said. Honolulu police responded to a call about shots fired just past midnight Friday and were searching Saturday for a suspect believed to be in his 20s. Police said a 59-year-old woman and a 34- year-old male were pronounced dead after arriving at a hospital.See the Story
54% Center coverage: 24 sources
Environment · California
Less than 9% of California remains in drought conditions, new data shows
Only remnants of California’s three-year drought remain after winter’s epic storms.The U.S. Drought Monitor reported Thursday that areas of drought cover less than 9% of the state, down from more than 99% at the Oct. 1 start of the water year.See the Story
Coverage: 24 sources