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Dominique Heaggan-Brown Acquitted in Shooting Death of Sylville Smith

Dominique Heaggan-Brown Acquitted in Shooting Death of Sylville Smith

Heaggan-Brown's first shot hit Smith in his arm. After that shot, Smith fell to the ground, and less than two seconds later, Heaggan-Brown fired again, striking him in the chest. The night after the shooting of Mr. Smith , prosecutors said Officer Heaggan-Brown went to a bar, met a man, drank heavily and "bragged about being able to do whatever" he wanted "without repercussions".


Defense Rests in Michelle Carter Texting Case

Defense Rests in Michelle Carter Texting Case

Prosecutors say that she urged Roy - a depressed and suicidal teen - to kill himself, chastised him when he delayed his suicide attempt, and counseled him to overcome his doubts about taking his own life. During its closing, the prosecution likened Carter's response to kicking Roy's feet out from under him - when he relayed reservations to Carter about killing himself .


Lil' Kim Is Under Investigation for Los Angeles Robbery

Lil' Kim Is Under Investigation for Los Angeles Robbery

Police was later called to the crib and they told both parties that they couldn't help because it's a civil matter. However ... according to reports , around 4am, a group of armed people arrived to the property wearing ski masks, taking Kim's deposit check and cash, totaling at least $20,000.


Mitch McConnell's Secret Health-Care Weapon: The Political Allure of Crushing Obamacare

Mitch McConnell's Secret Health-Care Weapon: The Political Allure of Crushing Obamacare

Dozens of protesters, many of them physically disabled in wheelchairs, staged a sit-in outside the office of U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hours after he released the Senate Republican healthcare reform bill. The senators added there are provisions that are an improvement to the current health care system. The statement also stated the group's protest falls on the 18th anniversary of Olmstead v.


64% of US voters believe Trump-Russia investigations are damaging country

64% of US voters believe Trump-Russia investigations are damaging country

According to data from the latest Harvard-Harris Poll survey , provided exclusively to The Hill , 48 percent of respondents say they approve of the job Trump is doing, compared to 52 percent who say they disapprove. Thirty-four percent believe the coverage has been responsible/proper. Despite many believing collusion may have occurred, 62 percent said there is now no hard evidence to support the claims.