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Wisconsin activist agrees to plead guilty to extortion, would get time served under deal

A Wisconsin activist accused of threatening to vandalize a restaurant unless he got free food and beer agreed to plead guilty to a federal charge against him, according to media reports. Devonere Johnson, 29, will plead to an extortion charge, and is expected to be sentenced to time served and have another federal extortion charge against him dropped. The charge carries up……

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Details emerge in line-of-duty death of South Carolina sheriff’s deputy; 2 arrested

South Carolina police have released new information in the line-of-duty death of a sheriff’s deputy who was killed during a traffic stop earlier this week.Two people have been arrested in connection with Tuesday’s incident in Greenville that resulted in the death of Greenville County Sheriff’s Sgt. Conley Jumper, the State Law Enforcement Division said Thursday.SOUTH CAROLINA SHERIFF’S……

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Video shows red Jeep tumbling down side of Colorado mountain

A dashboard camera captured shocking video of a red Jeep Wrangler tumbling down several switchbacks on the side of a mountain in Colorado earlier this month. The person who uploaded the video, Y2K Wrangler, said that the vehicle had a 23-year-old female passenger and two dogs inside during the Oct. 10 incident. The woman was ejected from the Jeep……

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2 good Samaritans stopped man raping 60-year-old woman in public, deputies say

Two good Samaritans interrupted a man committing a rape in a New Orleans suburb last week and stopped the act, authorities said. The victim, a 60-year-old woman, told authorities she was walking Oct. 15 on a street in Terrytown when a passerby lifted her skirt and knocked her to the ground, The Times-Picayune reported. The man, identified as Celius Gray, 28, allegedly began……

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US cardinals criticize Pope Francis endorsement of same-sex unions

Pope Francis’ controversial support for same-sex civil unions has found its fair share of critics in the United States. During a papal interview in a documentary called “Francesco,” the pope speaks about a need for a “civil union law,” which he says creates a legal cover for such arrangements. “Homosexuals have a right to be a……

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