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South Carolina: Police arrest suspect, 22, after 14 injured in Columbia mall shooting

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Jewayne M. Price, 22, was arrested and charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol and faces additional charges after he allegedly shot at least nine people, causing a fearful moment for shoppers, several of whom were...

Alleged gang member stabs Columbia University student, 30, to death

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Columbia University President Lee Bollinger identified Davide Giri, a graduate student and Ph.D. candidate at the school's School of Engineering and Applied Science, as the deceased victim in several attacks that too...

Canada issues weather ‘red alert’ for British Columbia

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Environment Canada has issued its first "red alert" for British Columbia ahead of what officials are characterizing as a dangerous weather system expected to push more atmospheric rivers into the province. "The red ...

Man who fired shots near Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia is in custody

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A male with a long gun who was targeting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Vanderhoof, British Columbia, on Thursday has been taken into custody, authorities said. Police instructed people to shelter in place, lo...

Searchers recover body from British Columbia mudslide

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The body of a woman has been recovered from a mudslide that occurred Monday morning near Lillooet, British Columbia, according to a statement released Tuesday by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The woman was from...

Rescuers work to reach up to 275 people trapped on a British Columbia highway after hammering rain

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Rescuers in British Columbia are working to reach up to 275 people who have been trapped on a highway as the result of two mudslides, according to CNN Canada news partner CBC News. Up to 50 of those trapped on Highw...

Columbia Journal Review torches NYT, CNN for roles they played in creating the ‘Cuomo myth’

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Cuomo will officially resign on Tuesday following the political turmoil he faced in the fallout of the explosive report released by New York Attorney General Letitia James that outlined sexual harassment allegations ...

Columbia professor who thanked Fauci for Wuhan lab messaging maintains close ties to China

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Walter Ian Lipkin, a professor of epidemiology at Columbia University, who is known as a "virus hunter," thanked Fauci last year for publicly dismissing notions that the virus could have originated and leaked from th...

More than 230 deaths reported in British Columbia amid historic heat wave

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More than 230 deaths have been reported in British Columbia since Friday as a historic heat wave brought record-high temperatures, officials said Tuesday. The province's chief coroner called it an "unprecedented tim...

Columbia Prep students and parents reel after class on ‘porn literacy’

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In addition to the usual reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic, the school this month launched lessons on porn — without informing families or allowing them to opt out, parents fumed. When juniors at the $ 47,000-a-year M...

Transgender woman sues District of Columbia after Department of Corrections houses her in a men’s unit

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A transgender woman is suing the District of Columbia after its Department of Corrections placed her in a men's jail unit despite her telling officials she identifies as a woman, according to a class-action lawsuit ...

Columbia University VP charged with sexual assault of a minor

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New York A Columbia University vice president was arrested Monday after allegations that he had "engaged in sexual acts with a child under the age of 13" at his home in New Jersey, according to the Bergen County Pros...

Columbia University bans 70 students for Covid-19 travel violations

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Columbia University says it has temporarily banned at least 70 students for violating the New York City school's Covid-19 travel policy. The MBA students traveled to Turks and Caicos, according to Columbia Universit...