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Survivors in attack on family released from hospital

Two sisters-in-law have been released from the hospital after suffering critical injuries during a brutal attack near Glacier National Park in which two members of their family were shot and killed. Christy Siau, 40, of the Syracuse area, was shot ...

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Average US long-term mortgage rates retreat to 5.3%

Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates retreated this week just as the Federal Reserve announced another big rate hike in its bid to get four-decade high inflation under control. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the 30-year rate fell back ...

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NY jury hears closings at neurologist’s sex crimes trial

A New York City jury was asked Tuesday to consider whether a neurologist used his thriving pain-management practice to sexually prey on six patients or if he is a victim of accusers with false stories. The case against Dr. Ricardo ...

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Supreme Court leak probe: So many questions, so few answers

Less than 24 hours after the unprecedented leak of the draft opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade, Chief Justice John Roberts ordered an investigation into the “egregious breach.” Since then? Silence. The Supreme Court won’t say whether it’s still investigating. ...

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DA: 4 jail guards failed to act as inmate attempted suicide

Four New York City jail guards have been indicted for failing to intervene in an inmate’s suicide attempt until it was too late to save the teenager from serious brain damage, authorities announced. The correction captain and three correction officers ...

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