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        James Howard Jackson was in custody on charges of attempted murder in connection with the shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker and the theft of two of her French Bulldogs in February 2021. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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

        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.

        Travelers move through Salt Lake City International Airport on Aug. 17, 2021. The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that it's seeking record civil fines against two passengers who assaulted other people on flights last summer. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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        FAA proposes $159,222 in combined fines against 2 unruly passengers

        One of the passengers struck a flight attendant on the head and tried to open a cabin door. In a separate incident, a passenger tried to open a cabin door during a flight and bit another passenger.

        April 8: A Ukrainian police officer reacts to the carnage at the site of an attack that killed at least 50 people at a crowded train station in Kramatorsk, in eastern Ukraine, that was the center of civilian evacuations in the region. Fadel Senna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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        Photos: Carnage at an eastern Ukraine train station, where a Russian strike killed 50

        Ukraine has launched an investigation into war crimes officials believe have been committed by Russian forces during the course of the invasion.

        Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson speaks Friday at an event that U.S. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris hosted celebrating Jackson's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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        Jackson notes the progress she represents in her journey to the Supreme Court

        A day after the Senate confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court, she spoke at the White House with President Biden and Vice President Harris.

        The Idaho Supreme Court building in Boise. A regional Planned Parenthood organization is suing Idaho over a new law that bans nearly all abortions by allowing potential family members of the embryo to sue abortion providers. Rebecca Boone/AP hide caption

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        Idaho's top court blocks the state's new Texas-style abortion ban for now

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        The law, which was set to take effect April 22, would ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Family members of an aborted fetus could sue doctors who perform the procedure beyond that limit for a minimum of $20,000.

        Former Goldman Sachs executive Roger Ng (center) leaves Brooklyn federal court with attorney Marc Agnifilo on May 6, 2019, in New York. On Friday, Ng was convicted of bribery and other corruption charges accusing him of participating in a $4.5 billion scheme to ransack the Malaysian state investment fund. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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        A former Goldman Sachs banker is found guilty in a plot to loot Malaysia's 1MDB fund

        Roger Ng was convicted in a New York federal court of bribery and other corruption charges accusing him of participating in a $4.5 billion scheme to ransack the Malaysian state investment fund.

        A view of the scene after a missile strike on a railway station on Friday in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. At least 50 people were killed, according to Ukrainian officials who accused Russia of attacking a key evacuation hub. Andrea Carrubba/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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        Today in the Russia-Ukraine war: A missile strike at a train station; air defense for Slovakia

        At least 50 people, including five children, died and 98 people were injured in the attack in the city of Kramatorsk. The U.S. is sending a Patriot missile defense system to Slovakia to replace on it sent to Ukraine.

        K'Aun Green is suing the city of San Jose after he was shot by a police officer after disarming a restaurant patron who was brandishing a gun, a lawsuit says. AFP/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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        A man shot by police after disarming a gunman during a brawl files a civil rights suit

        K'aun Green, a college student, took a weapon from a patron at a restaurant who was brandishing it at others inside, a lawsuit says. But police shot Green when they arrived.

        Alex Bacon and her husband, Eli Leslie, at their current house, which is very close to Seattle's airport. "I'm just off the end of one of the runways, so the air just smells of jet fuel," she says. The couple is scrambling to find a house to buy before mortgage rates go much higher. Alex Bacon hide caption

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        Mortgage rates just hit 5%. Buying a home has become a lot more expensive

        Higher mortgage rates and home prices have pushed the monthly payment to buy the median-priced home in the U.S. up more than 50% since the start of last year. Many first-time buyers can't afford it.

        Mortgage rates just hit 5%. Here's how much more expensive that makes home ownership

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        Phil Mickelson plays a shot on the fifth hole during the first round of The Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course on Jan. 26 in La Jolla, Calif. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images hide caption

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        Why Phil Mickelson is missing the Masters for the 1st time in nearly 3 decades

        "I would like to say, we did not disinvite Phil," Augusta National Golf Club chairman Fred Ridley said. In February, the golfer apologized for comments about the PGA and Saudi Arabia.

        Slovakian Prime Minister Eduard Heger (left), European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell visit a mass grave in the town of Bucha on Friday. Sergei Supinsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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        The U.S. will place a Patriot missile defense system in Slovakia to help with a Ukraine swap

        Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the missile defense system, which will be manned by U.S. service members, will arrive in Slovakia in the coming days.

        Workers plow wheat in Husakiv village in western Ukraine late last month. Russia and Ukraine account for a large percentage of global wheat exports. Nariman El-Mofty/AP hide caption

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        Global food prices hit their highest recorded levels last month, driven up by the war

        The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations says prices of food commodities like grains and vegetable oils soared in March following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

        Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks during a joint news conference with Afghan president at the Presidential Palace in Kabul in 2020. Wakil Kohsar/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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        After a week of political chaos in Pakistan, more turmoil lies ahead

        The county's Supreme Court said a move by Prime Minister Imran Khan to dissolve parliament rather than face a no-confidence vote was unconstitutional. What happens next isn't entirely clear.

        Genadiy, a member of Ukraine's territorial defense force who lives near Borodyanka and gave only his first name, says he knows several people who are still missing. "We're hoping they come back alive," he said. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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        Ukrainians return to Borodyanka after Russian withdrawal and find their town in ruins

        Residents who'd fled have begun returning in recent days to this town outside Kyiv, where officials say Russian forces deliberately struck and bombed civilian targets. Hundreds of people are missing.

        Ukrainians return to Borodyanka after Russian withdrawal and find their town in ruins

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        Aleksandra Makoviy said she isn't the only Ukrainian mother to write emergency contact info on their children since the war began. Aleksandra Makoviy hide caption

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

        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.

        The Veterinary Mental Health Initiative, which offers free support groups and one-on-one help to vets across the country, has helped Razyeeh Mazaheri work through the anxiety she was feeling. Mark Primiano hide caption

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        It's not just doctors and nurses. Veterinarians are burning out, too

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        A spike in pandemic pets is increasing shortages and burnout among veterinarians — a field that already had high rates of suicide. A new mental health initiative offers professional help for free.

        As the pandemic wears on, contact tracing and guidelines have changed and evolved. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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        What to do if you test positive for COVID at this point in the pandemic

        The coronavirus keeps evolving and so does the guidance for addressing it. As cases tick up in some parts of the country, here is the latest advice on everything from testing to treatment.

        What to do if you test positive for COVID at this point in the pandemic

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        Anti-government militant Ammon Bundy is among a slate of far-right candidates running for office in Idaho in 2022 Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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        Republicans face a test of extremists' power in Idaho's primaries

        Moderate Republicans are organizing in opposition to extremists gaining control of the party.

        Republicans face a test of extremists' power in Idaho's primaries

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        Rosy, age 6, gives COVID tests and vaccines to her stuff animals. She herself has been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 multiple times and never tested positive. What's her secret? Michaeleen Doucleff/NPR hide caption

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        Why hasn't my daughter caught COVID? 2 factors likely protect her — and maybe you, too

        My 6-year-old has been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 at least 4 times and never tested positive. Lots of people fall into that category. Researchers have theories about why they've been able to ward it off.

        Why hasn't my daughter caught COVID? 2 factors likely protect her — and maybe you too

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