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US Coast Guard searches for 39 people after boat capsizes off Florida

US Coaast Guard looking for any survivors of caa[sozed boat

The US Coast Guard searched on Tuesday for 39 people missing for several days after a boat believed to be used for human smuggling capsized off Florida’s coast en route from the Bahamas.

A good Samaritan called the Coast Guard early on Tuesday after rescuing a man clinging to the boat 45 miles (72km) east of Fort Pierce, the maritime security agency reported on Twitter.

The man said he was with a group of 39 others that left the island of Bimini in the Bahamas on Saturday night. He said the boat capsized in severe weather and that no one was wearing a life jacket.


‘Three times a hero’: NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora dies after Harlem ambush

NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora dies

The second NYPD officer shot in Harlem has died, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said Tuesday.

Officer Wilbert Mora, 27, had been clinging to life since being gunned down along with police partner Jason Rivera during an ambush while on a domestic-violence call Friday, officials said.

“It is with great sadness I announce the passing of Police Officer Wilbert Mora,” Sewell tweeted.


U.S. Labor Dept withdrawing COVID vaccine rule for large employers

US Labor Dept. lifts vaccine requirement for large companiesThe Department of Labor said on Tuesday it will withdraw its COVID-19 vaccine-and-testing requirement for large U.S. employers after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the rule, ending a controversial bid to increase vaccination rates.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) said in the federal register that while it was withdrawing the emergency temporary standard, the rule would remain as a proposal for a permanent requirement.

"OSHA continues to strongly encourage the vaccination of workers against the continuing dangers posed by COVID-19 in the workplace," the notice said.

COVID-19 has killed more than 850,000 in the United States and the outbreak continues to weigh on the country's economy.


Arizona Senate, Which Hired Cyber Ninjas, Now Desperately Seeking Its Election Records

Cyber Ninja votes lostArizona’s Republican State Senate, which hired the discredited Cyber Ninjas company to carry out a vote audit of Maricopa County, is now desperately seeking the company’s hidden public records to comply with a court order.

Senate Republicans recently discovered the Ninjas leased a mysterious “data center,” and have sent a two-sentence letter to the company and others involved in the botched audit, asking if public records are stored there, The Arizona Republic reported.

“We recently learned that a data center, possibly leased to Cyber Ninjas ... may be housing records concerning the Arizona State Senate’s audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County,” Arizona Senate President Karen Fann wrote in the letter sent Thursday.

Search underway for suspect in fatal shooting of Texas deputy: 'Brutal murder'

Cpl. Charles Galloway killed at traffic stop
A search was on Sunday for a man who gunned down a Texas constable deputy with what investigators described as an "assault-type weapon" during a traffic stop near Houston.

Cpl. Charles Galloway, 47, of the Harris County Constable Precinct 5 office was shot multiple times while still seated in his patrol car and reportedly had no time to defend himself when the motorist he stopped got out of his car and opened fire without warning, authorities said.

"He was brutally murdered," Precinct 5 Constable Ted Heap said during a news conference early Sunday outside the Houston Hospital where Galloway was pronounced dead.


A 12-year-old wrote his governor to oppose a gun law. A stray bullet killed him on Christmas.

12 yr. old wrote to Gov. opposing gun law; he was shot to death on Xmas Day

Before winter break, 12-year-old Artemis Rayford wrote a letter to tell Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee that he opposed a new law reducing restrictions on guns. Before the end of that break, the sixth-grader would be shot and killed by one.

In his letter, Artemis told Lee (R) that his school’s anti-violence initiative with the Memphis Police Department had been discussing a law that went into effect in July, allowing people 21 and older, and military service members 18 and up, to carry a weapon without any training or permit.

He introduced himself as a student at Sherwood Middle School before writing his thoughts about the legislation.

“It is my on.pinion that this new law will be bad and people will be murdered,” Artemis’s letter said.

Shelby County Schools did not respond to a request for comment Saturday, and it was not clear whether the letter had been sent to Lee. The governor’s office didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment Saturday afternoon.


Regina King's Son, Ian Alexander Jr., Dies At 26

Regina King's son dead at 26

Regina King announced the death of her 26-year-old son, Ian Alexander Jr.

“Our family is devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian,” the Oscar-winning actor and director said in a statement shared with multiple media outlets on Friday. “He is such a bright light who cared so deeply about the happiness of others. Our family asks for respectful consideration during this private time. Thank you.”

Alexander, an artist and DJ, was King’s only child with her ex-husband, Ian Alexander Sr. He died just two days after turning 26. No cause of death or other details were given.

The news prompted people to share their love and support for King at this time.


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