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The Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell over his claim that the government violated his First and Fourth Amendment rights while seizing his cell phone. 

Anti-Israel protesters blocked roads for drivers trying to reach Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and for those attempting to cross San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. 

Varian Campbell, 27, of Wynne, Arkansas, was killed and at least nine others were injured after a Saturday evening shooting at a local block party.

A man died Sunday after falling nearly six stories as he tried to flee from gunfire at Hotel Blue in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, according to police.

The Israeli band HaYehudim, which means “The Jews” in Hebrew, said the New York City venue The Brooklyn Monarch considered its name too “politically charged.”

On Monday, President Biden will have a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani at the White House. The meeting comes as the future of U.S. soldiers in Iraq is uncertain and as tensions in the Middle East are rising, leading to the resurgence of the Islamic extremist group ISIS.

Some 50 million United States citizens are in danger of severe weather conditions in Nebraska through a large portion of the Midwest and Southern Plains from Monday through Wednesday.

John Wayne Bobbitt, whose wife severed his manhood in 1990s attack, says he lost all of his toes due to nerve damage he blames on Camp Lejeune’s toxic water.

Investigators in Oklahoma believe Monday that there is “no” chance that missing Kansas women Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley are still alive.

Apple’s iPhone has been overtaken by Samsung as the world’s number one phone maker, according to the latest data from IDC. 

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