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Michael Caputo, the top spokesman at the Department of Health and Human Services who recently began a two-month medical leave, has been diagnosed with a metastatic head and neck cancer, a spokesman for the Caputo family said Thursday.
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CNN personalities have attacked Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron since he announced the Breonna Taylor grand jury decision, blasting the elected official for speaking it at the Republican National Convention.  
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Firefighters from Mexico are in California to help battle the record-breaking wildfires ravaging the state.
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The Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to slash the overtime budget for the city’s police department by $7 million, but resisted broader calls to defund the department. 
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“The loss of George Floyd was the most impact in my whole entire life, you know, up until my sister passed,” Ruby Mallard says.
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Lamar Jackson reacted Thursday to a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to not indict Louisville police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor, appearing to be unsatisfied with the result.
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One Seattle police offer was struck in the head with a metal baseball bat, as others dodged explosives and made 13 arrests during demonstrations that broke out in the city, as well as in other areas across the country, following a grand jury decision in Louisville, Ky. related to Breonna Taylor’s case.
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott proposed stiffer penalties for violent protesters and rioters, suggesting legislation that stipulates an automatic six months in jail for causing harm to a police officer. 
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Over the summer, the U.S. saw a shift in the age bracket most impacted by COVID-19.
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