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Oklahoma inmates seek to re-open suit on state's lethal injection protocol
U.S. News // 8 hours ago
Oklahoma inmates seek to re-open suit on state's lethal injection protocol
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- A group of Oklahoma death row inmates on Thursday filed a motion to reopen their lawsuit against the state's lethal injection protocol, weeks after officials announced a plan to resume executions. 
Police identify gunman, victims in Milwaukee Molson Coors shooting
U.S. News // 8 hours ago
Police identify gunman, victims in Milwaukee Molson Coors shooting
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- Police in Milwaukee identified Anthony Ferrill as the gunman in the shooting that killed five people at a Molson Coors campus.
California police use genealogy database to solve 46-year-old cold case killing
U.S. News // 10 hours ago
California police use genealogy database to solve 46-year-old cold case killing
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- The Vallejo Police Department in California announced it used DNA analysis to identify the killer in the 1973 death of Naomi Sanders.
Texas appeals court lifts stay for death row inmate
U.S. News // 10 hours ago
Texas appeals court lifts stay for death row inmate
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- A Texas appeals court this week denied a DNA test request for a death row inmate and lifted an earlier court's stay on his execution.
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's guilty verdict stands despite pardon
U.S. News // 10 hours ago
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's guilty verdict stands despite pardon
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- A federal appeals court said Thursday that former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's 2017 criminal contempt verdict, tied to defying a judge's ruling to halt racial and ethnic profiling, will stand.
States ask people potentially exposed to COVID-19 to self-quarantine
Health News // 11 hours ago
States ask people potentially exposed to COVID-19 to self-quarantine
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- City and state health departments have asked hundreds of Americans to self-quarantine to protect against community spread of the novel coronavirus, as fears of the potential pandemic reaching the U.S. continue to grow.
U.S. saw record number of pedestrian deaths in 2019
Health News // 13 hours ago
U.S. saw record number of pedestrian deaths in 2019
Based on data from the first 6 months of 2019, the Governors Highway Safety Association predicts there were 6,590 pedestrian deaths that year, which would be a 5 percent increase over the 6,227 pedestrian deaths in 2018.
Death toll from Delhi riots climbs to 38; violence begins to subside
World News // 13 hours ago
Death toll from Delhi riots climbs to 38; violence begins to subside
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- The death toll from violence in Delhi's northeast district climbed to 38 Thursday, though officials there said rioting began to subside.
Democrats in Congress unveil environmental justice bill
U.S. News // 13 hours ago
Democrats in Congress unveil environmental justice bill
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- Congressional Democrats introduced an environmental justice bill Thursday to take on pollution and climate change issues in low-income and marginalized communities.
Over 20 GOP lawmakers seek assurances on U.S.-Taliban deal
U.S. News // 13 hours ago
Over 20 GOP lawmakers seek assurances on U.S.-Taliban deal
Feb. 27 (UPI) -- More than 20 House Republicans are seeking assurances for U.S. safety ahead of a potential U.S.-Taliban deal, House GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney said in a statement Thursday.
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