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Meet the ‘Crocodile of Wall Street’ rapper accused of laundering billions of dollars in crypto

Heather Morgan has two distinct personas: one as a successful tech entrepreneur and another as Razzlekhan, the self-proclaimed “Crocodile of Wall Street” who raps about investing in meme stocks and getting high in a cemetery.

He put flowers on his fiancee’s grave. Her father had him arrested on a charge of littering.

After an Alabama man built a planter box of flowers and put it on the grave of his fiancee, her father got an arrest warrant for alleged littering.

Biden’s free covid tests plan shortchanges Americans of color and hardest-hit communities, say health workers and activists

The administration plan was largely lauded when announced, but those who serve the nation’s most vulnerable say the tests should have been distributed more equitably.

A deputy fatally shot a Black homeless man during a jaywalking stop. He won’t face charges.

The 2020 shooting drew protests in Orange County where some demonstrators accused sheriff's deputies of over-policing the homeless.

White father and son charged with shooting at Black FedEx driver in case echoing Arbery’s killing

Brandon and Gregory Case were charged in Brookhaven, Miss., after they allegedly chased and shot at D’Monterrio Gibson in an incident the driver’s attorney says was a “copycat crime” of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.

Rand Paul urges truckers to disrupt Super Bowl and come to D.C.: ‘I hope they clog up cities’

When the senator was asked about his thoughts on the “Freedom Convoy” and the potential for it to spill over into Los Angeles, home of Sunday’s Super Bowl, or Washington, he said he's "all for it."

Muscogee (Creek) Nation, conservationists seeking to establish first national park and preserve in Georgia

With the help of Middle Georgia conservationists, Oklahoma's Muscogee (Creek) Nation is seeking to reestablish a tribal homeland and create the nation’s first national park and preserve in Georgia.
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She was less than a year from finishing a master’s degree. Then classmates discovered her OnlyFans page.

Cami Strella was a graduate student in occupational therapy, but left school shortly after classmates and an adviser found out she also made explicit online content. Her story demonstrates the mercurial space people in sex work occupy as they try to be part of society, scholars say.

A Rhodes Scholar barista and the fight to unionize Starbucks

How a Starbucks on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo became the first unionized Starbucks in America with the help of a Rhodes Scholar barista.

Covid-19 live updates: Judge orders protesters to end blockade of Ambassador Bridge by Friday night

Authorities are preparing for disruptions and possible blockades in the coming days.

Fire company suspended after allegedly mocking police killing of 8-year-old girl

Volunteer firefighters with the Briarcliffe Fire Company outside Philadelphia allegedly mocked the death of Fanta Bility, 8, and made racial slurs and remarks against colleagues and the area’s Black community.

‘The Bungles’ no more: Super Bowl-bound Bengals bring hope to long-suffering Cincinnati

"The people here in Cincinnati in part because of this team have so much optimism, so much joy, so much hope for the future, that it’s overwhelming," Mayor Aftab Pureval said.

After tragedy, one town reopens the doors

Nearly a year after King Soopers mass shooting, Boulder residents ask: What does it mean to heal?
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He saw a man in a four-second news clip — who turned out to be the brother he never knew he had

“I had to pick my jaw up off the floor,” said Randy Waites, who never knew his father.

A U.S. Senate candidate smoked marijuana in his last campaign ad. This time, he burned a Confederate flag.

Gary Chambers, a Democrat from Louisiana, received much attention for smoking marijuana in a campaign ad for U.S. Senate. In his newest ad, Chambers torches a Confederate flag and says that “remnants of the Confederacy remain.”
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