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Afghanistan races to save boy stuck in well for 2 days

A boy in Zabul province, Afghanistan, slipped down an 80-foot well over 48 hours ago and has been communicating with rescuers, according to reports Friday. → Read More

Oklahoma executes man for role in 2005 quadruple slaying

Oklahoma executed a man Thursday for his role in a quadruple slaying in 2005. → Read More

Swimmer dies in shark attack in Sydney, suffered ‘catastrophic injuries’

Remains belonging to a swimmer were located Wednesday off a beach in Sydney, Australia, after a brutal shark attack that resulted in “catastrophic injuries.” → Read More

Tyrese Gibson announces death of mother in heartbreaking post

Tyrese Gibson, the “Fast and Furious” actor, took to Instagram Monday to announce the death of his mother, who reportedly had been hospitalized with COVID-19 and pneumonia. → Read More

Houston girl, 9, fatally shot by robbery victim, police say

A Houston man who was the victim of a robbery fired the deadly shot that struck a 9-year-old girl who was riding in a pickup truck with her family on Monday, police said. → Read More

AOC ties expiration of child tax credit to jump in NYC crime

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., tied the increase of thefts in New York City to the expiration of the child tax credit at the end of the year, according to an interview published on Monday. → Read More

Afghanistan’s Karzai calls on Biden to reverse decision to unfreeze $3.5B for 9/11 victims

Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan, urged President Biden on Sunday to reverse his decision to unfreeze $3.5 billion in Aghan assets held in the U.S. for families of 9/11 victims. → Read More

Rocket on crash course with moon does not belong to SpaceX, report says

The massive rocket speeding through space on a collision course with the moon does not belong to SpaceX despite earlier reports and likely belongs to a spacecraft launched by China in 2014, according to a report on Saturday. → Read More

AOC says Texas turning blue is inevitable during campaign stop

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., told a Texas crowd Saturday that it is inevitable that Texas will turn blue as she endorsed two candidates for Congress prior to the primary next month. → Read More

Chicago woman is carjacking victim for second time

A Chicago woman who was enjoying a cup of coffee inside her parked car on Saturday was the victim of an armed carjacking for the second time in the city, according to a report. → Read More

CIA has been secretly collecting data on Americans in bulk, senators say

The Central Intelligence Agency has conducted a secret, bulk surveillance program without congressional approval for years and two senators have called for new information about the program that includes data on Americans, according to a statement on Thursday. → Read More

Bob Saget’s autopsy reveals extent of injuries prior to death: report

Bob Saget, the “Full House” alum who died after being found unresponsive in an Orlando hotel room last month, suffered multiple fractures prior to his death, according to a report. → Read More

COVID-19 seems to increase risk of serious heart ailments year after recovery: report

Any infection with COVID-19—regardless of severity—seems to increase the risk of heart ailments for survivors, according to a new study that one researcher called “stunning.” → Read More

Fauci says ‘full blown’ COVID-19 pandemic is almost over in US

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical adviser for President Biden, said in an interview published Tuesday that the U.S. is almost past the “full-blown” pandemic phase of the coronavirus and said he hopes that all virus-related restrictions could wind down in a few months. → Read More

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office may have to fire 4,000 deputies over vaccination status

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva blasted the county’s board of supervisors on Twitter late Tuesday after they voted in favor of a motion that could result in the termination of more than 4,000 deputies over their COVID-19 vaccine status. → Read More

Georgia car crash kills 4 after hitting speeds of up to 170 mph: report

Four people died in the early morning car crash on a Georgia interstate after authorities said the car attempted to evade law enforcement before apparently losing control and crashing into a line of trees in Monroe County, according to a report. → Read More

Alvin Kamara, Pro Bowl running back, arrested on battery charge in Las Vegas

Alvin Kamara, the star NFL running back, was arrested Sunday-- shortly after playing in the Pro Bowl-- for his alleged involvement in a brutal beating the previous night that took place inside a Las Vegas club. → Read More

Peng Shuai denies accusing high-ranking Chinese official of sexual assault

Last November, Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai took to social media and appeared to accuse a high-ranking official in the ruling Chinese Communist Party of forcing her to have sex after her repeated refusals, but she now denied ever accusing anyone of sex assault. → Read More

California cop shot, 1 suspect nabbed, 2 considered armed and dangerous

A police officer in Pomona, Calif., was shot in the leg Thursday night and one of the suspects was apprehended. → Read More

Los Angeles’ Garcetti mocked for response to maskless picture

The Los Angeles mayor was widely mocked on social media for what some users saw as a stunning response to a question stemming from a photograph that showed him posing maskless with NBA legend Magic Johnson and San Francisco Mayor London Breed. → Read More