Vanessa Romo

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LA sheriffs inadvertently free the man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker

Friday, April 08, 2022

After attending court proceedings on Tuesday, James Howard Jackson was released from custody the next day "due to a clerical error." Authorities are working to rearrest him.

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A Ukrainian mom scribbled her contact info on her daughter's back as the war erupted

Friday, April 08, 2022

As bombed rained down on the streets of Kyiv, Aleksandra Makoviy wanted to make sure that her 2-year-old would be safe. The only way to do that was by writing her phone number on the girl's back.

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An Iowa survivalist who faked his death is arrested after years on the run

Thursday, April 07, 2022

Jacob Greer had been on the lam for six years, trying to avoid child pornography charges. But officials finally caught up with him on Monday.

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More than 300 dogs die of hunger and thirst in a Ukraine shelter

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

Workers were forced to abandon the shelter for weeks as Kyiv was bombarded by Russian troops. Now that the occupying forces are gone, volunteers returned to find hundreds of dead dogs.

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Food prices are going up — and at levels Americans haven't seen in decades

Thursday, March 31, 2022

The USDA's latest report found that nearly all major food groups are going up in price.

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A secretive LA group has a new mission: paint untouched crosswalks

Thursday, March 31, 2022

"We've been met with delays, excuses, and inaction from our city government," says the Crosswalk Collective LA. Now, the group has taken matters into its own hands and hopes to spread a DIY message.

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Historians say explorers got it wrong: It's not Machu Picchu, it's Huayna Picchu

Sunday, March 27, 2022

A Peruvian historian and an American archaeologist say the site's re-discoverer was given bad information when he arrived at the ancient Incan ruins — and we've all been going along with it.

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A U.S. official in Russia is allowed to see detained WNBA star Brittney Griner

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

State Department spokesman Ned Price said consular officials were granted access to the basketball star on Wednesday. He added that she is in good condition.

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Hillary Clinton says she's tested positive for COVID-19

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

The former secretary of state said Tuesday that she is experiencing "some mild cold symptoms but am feeling fine."

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Pfizer launches a recall of blood pressure drugs due to a potential carcinogen

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

The company warned consumers of several tainted lots of Accuretic and two other versions of the drug because of the presence of a nitrosamine above the acceptable daily intake level.

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A third of trans youth are at risk of losing gender-affirming care, study says

Monday, March 21, 2022

Fifteen states have enacted or are currently considering laws that would restrict medical treatments to more than 58,000 transgender youth.

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Ye, aka Kanye West, is banned from performing at the Grammys

Sunday, March 20, 2022

He may have five Grammy nominations this year, including Album of the Year, but his recent clash with Grammys host Trevor Noah and other "concerning online behavior" will keep him off the stage.

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'Maury' ends a 30-year-run, marking the closure of an era

Sunday, March 20, 2022

For decades, audiences have loved the chair-throwing, bleeped out antics of Maury Povich's guests. But at the end of this season, viewers will have to be satisfied with reruns.

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We're not hearing much about jailed WNBA star Brittney Griner. Could that be good?

Friday, March 18, 2022

Media coverage of Griner's arrest on alleged drug charges in Russia has remained somewhat muted. Some say it's because of her skin color, but others say it's part of a bigger strategy to get her home.

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On Equal Pay Day, women are trying to make a dollar out of 83 cents

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

It took women working year round full-time jobs 74 extra days to earn what men did in 2021. And the data is worse for women of color, who are disproportionately employed in low-wage jobs.

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Can states limit abortion and gender-affirming treatments outside their borders?

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Building on SB 8 in Texas, some Republican lawmakers are trying a new strategy: pushing bills that would attempt to limit what residents can and can't do even beyond state lines.

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Enrique Tarrio, who led the Proud Boys, is arrested over the U.S. Capitol attack

Tuesday, March 08, 2022

Enrique Tarrio may not have physically taken part on the Jan. 6 breach, but the Justice Department has charged him for allegedly leading the advance planning and taking credit for it on social media.

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Stolichnaya Vodka rebrands as 'Stoli,' trying to distance itself from Putin

Monday, March 07, 2022

Company leaders explained vehement opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his invasion of Ukraine. They also hope the new name will represent "Stoli's roots in Latvia."

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Beware the joro spider. Scientists say the giant, but harmless, arachnid is spreading

Saturday, March 05, 2022

A new study says that the palm-sized spider, which has been largely confined to warmer Southeastern states for nearly a decade, could soon colonize regions with colder climates to the north.

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The ACLU sues to block Texas from investigating parents of trans youth

Tuesday, March 01, 2022

The lawsuit says at least one family is already under investigation for providing their child with medically necessary gender-affirming care.

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