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Laquan McDonald death: Chicago policeman denies murder

Cop denies murder of Laquan McDonaldA white Chicago police officer has denied murder over the death of a black teenager who was shot 16 times in 2014.

Jason Van Dyke was heckled as he arrived at court where he denied six counts of first-degree murder.

Video released earlier this year showing the shooting of Laquan McDonald sparked an outcry and the resignation of the chief of police.

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Travel snarls continue as deadly storm rolls into Northeast

storms snral travelA massive weather system that brought death and destruction to parts of the South and Midwest eased its grip on parts of the nation Tuesday but still packed some punch as it rolled north and east.

Travel continued to be a problem: More than 900 flights were already canceled by 8:15 a.m. ET, according to the FlightAware tracking website. Commutes in some Northeast cities were hamstrung by snow and ice.

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TSA: Travelers in 5 states may need more than driver's license to fly

TSA: 5 states require more IDIn four months, travelers in five states might not be able to board domestic flights unless they produce more than a driver's license to verify their identity -- a prospect the Transportation Security Administration is expected to settle this week.

Since it took over airport security in 2001, the TSA has permitted fliers to board domestic flights with nothing more than a valid U.S. driver's license. The Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, though, eventually led Congress to pass a law mandating citizens undergo a tougher process to obtain one -- a move intended to enhance national security.

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Cleveland officer who fatally shot Tamir Rice will not face criminal charges

Tamir RiceThe white police officer who fatally shot Tamir Rice, an African American 12-year-old, will not face criminal charges, it was announced on Monday – more than a year after the shooting in Cleveland.

A grand jury declined to indict officer Timothy Loehmann, who opened fire on Rice less than two seconds after arriving at a park where the 12-year-old was playing with a toy gun on 22 November 2014. Loehmann’s partner, Frank Garmback, will also face no charges, Cuyahoga county prosecutor Timothy McGinty announced at a press conference.

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Ex-Globetrotters star Meadowlark Lemon dies

Meadowlark LemonMeadowlark Lemon, the "clown prince" of basketball's barnstorming Harlem Globetrotters, whose blend of hook shots and humor brought joy to millions of fans around the world, has died. He was 83.

Lemon's wife and daughter confirmed to the team that he died Sunday in Scottsdale, Arizona, Globetrotters spokesman Brett Meister said Monday. Meister did not know the cause of death.

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FAA now requires all drones (even that one you got for Christmas) to be registered

Drones have to registerIf you received a drone for Christmas this year, there’s one important step in the setup process you don’t want to forget: registering it with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The FAA officially launched its drone registry last week. Anyone who owns and plans on flying a drone that weighs over .55 pounds and less than 55 pounds will have to register their drone before February 19, 2016. If you already have a drone, then you can fly it until them with no problem. If you purchased a drone after December 21, then you’ll need to register it before you fly it for the first time. That means those last-minute Christmas presents will need to be registered before they go airborne.

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Homeless people not welcome in airports as officials tighten rules

homeless in airports not welcomeThey’re warm. Safe. Open 24 hours. Accessible by public transportation. Uncrowded at night. And they don’t have limits on carrying your possessions with you.

For years, many homeless people have spent the night in airports between when the last evening flight lands and the first morning flight departs.

But in a number of cities across the country, officials are now cracking down on that unspoken arrangement.

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