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1998 Oregon school shooter: 'tremendous shame and guilt'
06/13/2021 2:30am

Kip Kinkel killed his parents before a shooting spree at his Oregon high school.

3 dead after car crashes into plasma clinic
06/12/2021 5:39pm

Three people were killed after a car crashed into a building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, the citys public safety department said.

Austin mass shooting: 14 hurt, 1 of 2 suspects at large, police say
06/12/2021 6:39pm

One of two suspects is at large after a mass shooting that left 14 people injured in Austin.

Delta passenger allegedly makes terroristic threats, assaults flight attendants
06/12/2021 6:40pm

A Delta flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta was diverted to Oklahoma City after an unruly passenger allegedly made terroristic threats.

Israel to swear in government, ending Netanyahu's long rule
06/13/2021 6:18am

Israel is set to swear in a new government that will send Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu into the opposition after a record 12 years in office

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Watch Live: Biden holds press conference to close out G-7
06/13/2021 8:12am

After Sundays press conference, Mr. Biden will have tea with Britains Queen Elizabeth.

Interracial marriages now more common, but not without challenges
06/13/2021 8:10am

Fifty-four years after laws banning interracial marriage were declared unconstitutional, at least 19 of new marriages in the U.S. involve spouses from different ethnic or racial groups but couples still face uncomfortable difficulties surrounding race.

Interracial marriages more common, but still face barriers
06/13/2021 8:07am

Many things have changed in the 54 years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, in Loving v. Virginia, that laws banning interracial marriage are unconstitutional. Today, at least 19 of new marriages in America involve spouses from different ethnic or racial groups. But that doesnt mean that the difficulties they face have disappeared. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with couples whose relationships and children still draw uncomfortable conversations about racism within families across every social and economic level, and about how their love ultimately conquers all.

Chef Jacques Pepin opens up about new cookbook and memories made throughout lengthy career
06/13/2021 8:00am

Jacques Pepin has been cooking for more than 70 years. He was the personal chef to three French prime ministers before he turned down President Kennedy to work at Howard Johnsons. Hes been elevating the way Americans have been cooking and eating ever since, including over the last year as his short online videos made during the pandemic became a sensation. Jeff Glor sat down with Pepin at his home in Connecticut, where at age 85 he seems to be busier than ever.

"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 6/13
06/13/2021 8:00am

Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Rita Braver looks at interracial marrieds who still face discomfort from family or friends over race. Plus: Pauley sits down with author Stephen King David Pogue checks out robots being developed by Amazon for its fulfillment centers Kelefa Sanneh talks with Anthony Ramos, star of In the Heights Jim Axelrod visits an exhibition of magazines Lee Cowan bites into the origin story of Flamin Hot Cheetos and Imitiaz Tyab meets some goats being hired to crash Zoom calls.

Fox News
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Son of prominent South Carolina legal family found murdered with mom may have been target
06/13/2021 8:14am

The son of a prominent South Carolina attorney found murdered on his familys property may have been the intended target of the shooting, which also left his mother dead.

Sen. Johnson warns of 'unequal application of justice' as Capitol riot suspects sit in jail, vs Antifa, BLM
06/13/2021 7:17am

Senate Homeland Security Committee member Ron Johnson, R-Wis., railed against the unequal application of justice he sees between the suspects involved in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot and those involved in Antifa and Black Lives Matter protests in cities like Philadelphia, Portland, New York City and Washington over the past year that devolved into criminal activity.

Jodie Berndt: Praying for parking spaces? Here's why it's OK to talk to God about the 'little stuff'
06/13/2021 6:00am

I had just finished speaking to an audience of well-heeled professionals in Greenwich, Connecticut, and when the moderator opened the floor for questions, a woman quickly spoke up. But her question was not directed toward me. It was for my daughter, Virginia.

Omar retweets video by anti-Israel group investigated by FBI for possible terrorism ties
06/13/2021 5:16am

On Tuesday, the day after she posted her infamous tweet likening the U.S. and Israel to terror groups Hamas and the Taliban, Omar retweeted a post with a video produced by the International Solidarity Movement ISM.

Pro-life advocates warn of 'egregious' Democratic bill that would guarantee abortion rights throughout US
06/13/2021 5:00am

Pro-life advocates are warning of a new egregious bill introduced by Democrats last week meant to protect abortion access in states passing laws to restrict it, according to a report.

NBC News
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'Truth embargo': UFOs are suddenly all the talk in Washington
06/13/2021 3:30am

After 75 years of taboo and ridicule, serious people can finally discuss the mysterious flying objects, and even skeptics say thats a good thing.

Prisons, once seen as a small-town jackpot, are now more burden than boon
06/10/2021 5:00am

In its search for a new prisons home, Nebraska finds few places willing to host.

Judge dismisses lawsuit by Houston hospital employees over Covid-19 vaccinations
06/13/2021 12:05am

The lead plaintiff, Jennifer Bridges, likened her employers vaccination requirement to forced medical experimentation during the Holocaust.

Inside one woman's effort to normalize marijuana and get equity 'baked into the laws'
06/13/2021 7:51am

Its about making sure that theres actually a pathway for people who have been on the illicit market to actually get to be part of the real market, Shanel Lindsay said.

At least six people shot, three killed in Cleveland
06/12/2021 6:40pm

The mass shooting was one of several that took place around the country over the last two days.

USA Today
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In first federal ruling on vaccine mandates, judge sides with Houston hospital, dismissing claims from staff resisters
06/13/2021 6:53am

Houston Methodist was the first U.S. hospital to mandate employee vaccines and suspended 170 who refused. The dismissal could have a ripple effect.

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