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NASA's Hubble captured pictures of most distant normal star ever

NASA's Hubble captured pictures of most distant normal star ever

Space experts additionally saw what was either a ideal representation of Icarus or a disconnected star in the lensing occasion. It is believed that when a star, with a similar mass to the Sun and part of one of the galaxies part of the MACS J1149+2223 cluster, moved in front of Icarus it made it 2,000 times brighter than normal.


Sacramento works to tone down tensions amid protests after Stephon Clark shooting

Sacramento works to tone down tensions amid protests after Stephon Clark shooting

The Sacramento Police Department initially said Mr. Clark had "advanced toward the officers" while holding what they believed to be a firearm. ABC10 in Sacramento reports that the protester was taken away in an ambulance after the crash. The findings of the independent autopsy, commissioned by Clark's family, raises new questions about Clark's shooting, which is now the subject of investigations by both local and state officials.


Supreme Court backs Arizona policeman accused of excessive force

Supreme Court backs Arizona policeman accused of excessive force

The court declined to hear the families' appeal of a lower court's 2016 ruling that threw out the jury award secured in a lawsuit under the Anti-Terrorism Act, which lets American victims of worldwide terrorism seek damages in USA courts. The court also noted that the officer was separated from the two by a chain-link fence and that Hughes failed to acknowledge two commands to drop the knife.


EPA revokes Obama-era auto emissions standards

EPA revokes Obama-era auto emissions standards

Ultimately, it's inevitable that those companies will move to all-electric vehicles and they probably know it, but they are trying to buy a few more years during which they can sell more polluting vehicles, like SUVs and pickup trucks, which are more profitable for them.


State Trooper Injured in Shooting in Hot Spring County — ASP

State Trooper Injured in Shooting in Hot Spring County — ASP

The officers returned fire as the suspect drove away in an older model Dodge pick-up truck. Investigators say Elsbeth Tresa Kittinger, 49, of Fort Worth, Texas opened fire on the trooper as she was asked to step outside her auto. She has been released into custody at the Garland County (Ark.) Detention Center after receiving treatment at Baptist Health Medical Center-Hot Spring County.


Sarasota PD on scene of officer-involved shooting

Sarasota PD on scene of officer-involved shooting

The owner of the vehicle was valid and drove it from the scene, receiving a warning about the headlight. Jasmine Crockett, an attorney representing Curry, says he was not drunk, but had suffered a seizure before and possibly during the encounter with police, reported NBCDFW .