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Federal judge rules New Hampshire law limiting teaching of race, gender topics unconstitutional

Federaljudge rules NH law unconstitutional

A federal judge in New Hampshire struck down a New Hampshire law that limited public schools’ teaching of race and gender topics, ruling the law is unconstitutional Tuesday.

U.S. District Judge Paul J. Barbadoro’s decision is the first in the nation to overturn such a measure for kindergarten through 12th grade public schools, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Hampshire said Tuesday.

The state law sought to curb New Hampshire public schools from discussing “divisive concepts” related to race or sex, banning K-12 students from being “taught, instructed, inculcated or compelled to express belief in, or support for” the idea they are “inherently superior” to others based on their race, religion, gender identity or other characteristic.

The law was passed in June 2021 in response to President Biden’s revoking of former President Trump’s executive order that sought to halt federal funding training based on “anti-American race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating.”

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Lightning strike kills Colorado rancher and 34 head of cattle

Lightnening stike kills rancher and 34 cattle

A lightning strike killed a Colorado rancher and 34 head of cattle over the weekend, officials said.

Mike Morgan, 51, was feeding his cattle from a trailer when he was struck and died on the scene despite life-saving efforts, the Jackson county sheriff’s office said.

The lightning bolt struck on wide open pasture outside the town of Rand, about 80 miles (129 kilometers) north-west of Denver, said George Crocket, the county coroner.

The strike also bowled over around 100 head of cattle that had bunched around the trailer loaded with hay, said Crocket. “All but the 34 got up,” he said.

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Johnny Wactor, 'General Hospital' actor, shot and killed at 37: Reports

Johnny Wactor killed by police

Johnny Wactor, best known for his role as Brando Corbin in "General Hospital," was shot and killed in downtown Los Angeles, according to reports. He was 37.

According to local TV station KTLA, Wactor was shot dead early Saturday morning during an attempted catalytic converter theft in the downtown area. His death was confirmed to KTLA by Johnny's younger brother, Grant.

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Johnny Wactor, 'General Hospital' actor, shot and killed at 37: Reports

Johnny Wactor killed by police

Johnny Wactor, best known for his role as Brando Corbin in "General Hospital," was shot and killed in downtown Los Angeles, according to reports. He was 37.

According to local TV station KTLA, Wactor was shot dead early Saturday morning during an attempted catalytic converter theft in the downtown area. His death was confirmed to KTLA by Johnny's younger brother, Grant.

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Grayson Murray, a 2-time PGA Tour winner, dies at 30

Grayson Murray

Grayson Murray, a 30-year-old professional golfer and two-time PGA Tour winner, died on Saturday. His cause of death was not announced.

His death comes a day after he withdrew from the Charles Schwab Challenge on Saturday, citing an unspecified illness. Playing in Fort Worth, Texas, he was 5 over par when he pulled out during the second round of the tournament with two holes remaining.

"We were devastated to learn — and are heartbroken to share — that PGA TOUR player Grayson Murray passed away this morning. I am at a loss for words,” PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said in a statement. “The PGA TOUR is a family, and when you lose a member of your family, you are never the same. We mourn Grayson and pray for comfort for his loved ones. “

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UAW seeks new election at Mercedes-Benz in Alabama after losing vote

UAW seeks new election

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is seeking a new election at a Mercedes-Benz vehicle plant in Alabama after losing a vote there last week, according to a petition filed on Friday with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

The union accused Mercedes of engaging “in a relentless anti-union campaign” including the firing of employees who were pro-union and holding frequent captive-audience meetings to spread anti-union views, according to the filing.

“We sincerely hoped the UAW would respect our team members’ decision. Throughout the election, we worked with the NLRB to adhere to its guidelines and we will continue to do so as we work through this process,” a Mercedes spokesperson said.

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‘Psychologically tortured’: California city pays man nearly $1m after 17-hour police interrogation

Caliifornia man tortured by policeA California city has agreed to pay $900,000 to a man who was subjected to a 17-hour police interrogation in which officers pressured him to falsely confess to murdering his father, who was alive.

During the 2018 interrogation of Thomas Perez Jr by police in Fontana, a city east of Los Angeles, officers suggested they would have Perez’s dog euthanized as a result of his actions, according to a complaint and footage of the encounter. A judge said the questioning appeared to be “unconstitutional psychological torture”, and the city agreed to settle Perez’s lawsuit for $898,000, his lawyer announced this week.

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