"Shoot me in the head," the suspect says. The officer tells him to get down. Seconds later, the man is on the ground, handcuffed. The officer did not fire any shots.
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In a 5-4 decision, the court's conservatives effectively ended all human-rights lawsuits against overseas corporations tied to terrorism and the United States.
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Tribune journalists give corporate owner Tronc a day to recognize the union voluntarily. Otherwise, they say they will force a federal vote that "will result overwhelmingly in our favor."
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While French President Emmanuel Macron is in Washington, D.C., for a state visit, he and President Trump are expected to discuss the Iran nuclear deal, Syria and the Trump administration's tariffs.
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More lawmakers are calling for a subpoena to force the Census Bureau and Commerce Department to release documents about the controversial citizenship question before an upcoming hearing.
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In an interview with NPR, Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, declined to elaborate on the nature of what he described as "unsubstantiated allegations."
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The offer for now is for people who have a 2015 or newer GM car or Volvo with an active OnStar or Volvo On Call account. It's an extension of Amazon's program to deliver packages inside homes.
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The U.S. steel industry has enjoyed protection from foreign competitors since the 1790s. It says new import tariffs are actually just leveling the playing field and shouldn't be labeled "protection."
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After receiving nearly 5,000 entries this year, we have a winner! Meet the virtuosic talent who won over this year's panel of judges.
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Also: A Border Patrol agent is acquitted of murder while a jury deadlocks on lesser charges; Prince's family files a lawsuit; and confirmation hearings may be delayed for VA nominee Ronny Jackson.
The pop superstar was treated for an overdose a week before his death, but the suit contends that the hospital failed to realize the drug he was taking was a deadly counterfeit.
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