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Tuscaloosa Police Department (TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) — A 13-year-old boy was shot and killed Friday evening inside his Alabama home when bullets flew through the window and struck him in the head. The child was sitting in his room playing on his iPad when gunshots were fired at his home in Washington Square, Tuscaloosa around 6:20 […]

Adani Wilmar filed draft purple listening to prospectus (DRHP) with SEBI for ₹4500 crore IPO. Adani Wilmar IPO would be the seventh Adani Group firm to checklist in India. The corporate acquired SEBI’s go forward to drift an IPO, we would see the Adani Wilmar IPO to hit the market quickly. The IPO can have […]

Noam Galai/Getty Images (ORANGE, Calif.) — Former President Bill Clinton was admitted to a California hospital on Tuesday for an infection, according to a spokesperson. “On Tuesday, President Clinton was admitted to UCI Medical Center to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection,” Angel Ureña, spokesperson for Clinton, said in a statement Thursday. “He is on […]

Oleksii Liskonih/iStock (EDISON, N.J.) — First lady Jill Biden hit the campaign trail Friday, hoping to help deliver victories for Democrats in two gubernatorial elections. Biden stumped in New Jersey for Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday afternoon and is traveling to Virginia Friday evening to help elect Terry McAuliffe. “I came here to ask the […]

ABC (NEW YORK) — At 21 years old, Texas college student Madi said she was not ready to be a mother. She was about 10 weeks along when she found out she was pregnant and decided she wanted to have an abortion. But due to the new Texas law that effectively bans abortions as early […]

Elaine Cromie/Getty Images (LANSING, Mich.) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive directive Thursday to help residents of Benton Harbor access safe drinking water, vowing to replace all lead pipes by April 2023. The directive comes a week after officials urged locals in Benton Harbor, a city of 9,600 people, to use bottled water […]

PinkOmelet/iStock (ATLANTA) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released its official public health guidance for the 2021 holiday season, offering up mostly general advice on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The recommendations urge people to get vaccinated ahead of the holidays if they haven’t done so already. For young […]

MarsBars/iStock (WASHINGTON) — U.S. regulators are considering revising the rules for COVID-19 vaccines to allow people to opt for a different type of shot for their booster than what they originally received, a move that would enable people who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to receive the Moderna or Pfizer dose as their next […]

“AGT: Extreme” hosts – NBC/Eliza Morris A contestant on NBC’s spin-off America’s Got Talent: Extreme was hospitalized Thursday evening after a stunt went terribly wrong.  A source for Freemantle Media, which produces the daredevil competition show, tells KJMM that escape artist Jonathan Goodwin was injured while performing his act. “He was responsive and was immediately taken to the hospital, […]

SHansche/iStock (WASHINGTON) — As the U.S. economy struggles to fully recover from the coronavirus pandemic, supply-chain disruptions across the country are driving up prices and leading to a growing shortage of goods. The supply chain bottlenecks — around the world — have caused record shortages of many products that American consumers are used to having […]