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MICHIGAN LAWMAKER-ABUSE ALLEGATIONS Michigan lawmaker: Allegations are 'character assassination' LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan lawmaker who's accused of threatening a legislator over their past romantic relationship is denying her allegations.
Missouri officer dies after being shot responding to call

Missouri officer dies after being shot responding to call

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A Missouri officer who graduated from the police academy two months ago was shot and killed by a man being sought on burglary and theft charges, authorities said. The suspect also died in a shootout with officers.
Murdaugh surrenders to face charges in $10M insurance fraud

Murdaugh surrenders to face charges in $10M insurance fraud

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Lawyer Alex Murdaugh surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud and other charges after state police said he arranged to have himself shot in the head so that his son would get a $10 million life insurance payout.
Police: Lawyer Murdaugh arranged own death but shot grazed

Police: Lawyer Murdaugh arranged own death but shot grazed

COLUMBIA, S.C.

Editorial Roundup: New York

New York Post. September 14, 2021.

Police: Florida teen high, speeding in crash that killed 4

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — A Florida teenage driver was high on an illegal form of cannabis when he sped through a red light at more than 100 mph and caused a July crash that killed four people, authorities said.

Australian fugitive surrenders after 3-decade beach stay

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A 64-year-old fugitive walked into a Sydney police station to give himself up almost 30 years after he used a hacksaw blade and bolt cutters to escape from prison, police said on Wednesday.

No indictment in 1st case under NY's police chokehold ban

NEW YORK (AP) — A case seen as an early test of New York's law criminalizing police chokeholds has ended without an indictment.

Feds: NYC mobsters shook down union with threats, extortion

NEW YORK (AP) — Members of a New York City crime family threatened violence, pressured workers and pocketed phony “pension” payments in a two-decade plot to seize control of a city construction union and its lucrative employee health insurance progra
On final day, Californians cast votes to keep, oust governor

On final day, Californians cast votes to keep, oust governor

California voters headed to the polls Tuesday to cast final ballots in an election focused on whether Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom should keep his job.