What North Carolina’s wide-ranging ‘bathroom bill’ covers

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What North Carolina’s wide-ranging ‘bathroom bill’ covers

Washington Post  
RALEIGH, N.C. – North Carolina lawmakers will hold a special session Wednesday to consider the repeal of a law passed earlier this year that limits protections for LGBT people.

Death Sentences And Executions Are Down, But Voters Still Support Death Penalty Laws

In 2016, 30 people were sentenced to death in America, and 20 people were executed. Those numbers are the lowest in decades, according to a report by the Death Penalty Information Center, which collects data on capital punishment in the United States, …

Body found believed to be that of ex-‘Bridalplasty’ contestant

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A body found Tuesday in a backyard is believed to be that of a former reality TV show contestant who vanished over the weekend after attending a birthday party at a California beer hall.

Orlando nightclub victims’ families sue Twitter, Google, Facebook

Business Insider  
(Reuters) – The families of three men killed at Orlando’s Pulse gay nightclub have sued Twitter Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc in federal court, accusing the companies of providing “material support” to the self-radicalized gunman.

Retired Westchester Officer Charged With Killing 4 in Hudson Valley Bar

New York Times  
A retired police officer has been charged with four counts of murder in what the authorities called the “gangland-style” killings in April of four men in a Hudson Valley bar in connection with a cocaine-distribution conspiracy.

Midtown gold thief may be hiding in Los Angeles

New York Daily News
EXCLUSIVE: Selena Gomez Beats Out Taylor Swift and Beyonce for Most Popular Instagram User of 2016! Donald Trump: NAFTA Is One Lane Highway Into Mexico.

Border Patrol seizes $3M from two cars heading to Mexico

Fox News o‎
The U.S. Border Patrol says over $3 million has been seized after it was found on Tuesday inside two cars in Escondido, California.

AP Poll: US election voted top news story of 2016

Washington Post  
NEW YORK – The turbulent U.S. election, featuring Donald Trump’s unexpected victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, was the overwhelming pick for the top news story of 2016, according to The Associated Press’ annual poll of U.S.

Aaron Hernandez identified in court as shooter in 2012 double murder

Washington Post o‎
A Boston man pointed out Aaron Hernandez in court Tuesday as the shooter in a 2012 double murder for which the former New England Patriot is on trial.

Blame the messengers: Dem boss Schumer fires staffers after November rout

Fox News
Incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, smarting from the Democratic Party’s big November losses, is blaming the messengers.

Albuquerque police identify victim in gruesome death

Santa Fe New Mexican
ALBUQUERQUE – Police have identified the man who was found beheaded and mutilated behind an Albuquerque store over the weekend. Police say 42-year-old Clifford Miller of McAlester, Okla.

7 injured after escalator malfunctions at Brooklyn mall

New York’s PIX11 / WPIX-TV  
PROSPECT HEIGHTS, Brooklyn – A total of seven people have been injured – two seriously – when an escalator at a New York City mall malfunctioned, causing one rider to fall and set off a chain reaction down the line.

Gingrich Says Trump Must Address Business Conflicts Soon; Urges Monitors

Donald Trump should deal with how to handle his business holdings before he takes office, says former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an adviser to the president-elect.

FBI director under pressure to explain Clinton bombshell

The Hill
Democrats, still smarting from the Nov. 8 loss, have lashed out at Comey as the architect of Clinton’s defeat. “James Comey cost her the election,” former president Bill Clinton · Bill ClintonFBI director under pressure to explain Clinton bombshell

Former Bills linebacker Robert Eddins killed

Former Bills linebacker Robert Eddins was found murdered in a home in Detroit on Tuesday night. He was 28. Police have confirmed that Eddins and another man found in the home were shot several times.

Limbaugh: Obama will create ‘unrest’ every time Trump acts

The Hill  
“Obama is going to call [NBC’s] Chuck Todd – take his pick – [CNN’s] John King, [CNN’s] Wolf Blitzer … and they will not be able to wait,” Limbaugh said on his Tuesday program.

Obama pardoned more than 70 inmates. Here are their names.

Along with shortening the sentences of 153 nonviolent drug offenders on Monday, President Obama also pardoned 78 people. Here are their names: Ryan Michael Ashbrook – DeWitt, Mich.

5 Takeaways From Michelle Obama’s Chat With Oprah

ABC News
In her last solo interview as first lady, Michelle Obama spoke candidly with Oprah Winfrey about life inside the White House, the legacy she’ll leave behind and her plans for the future.

2 Former Flint Emergency Managers Charged Over Tainted Water

New York Times  
Darnell Earley, a former emergency manager in Flint, Mich., during a congressional hearing in Washington in March. Mr. Earley and another former emergency manager, Gerald Ambrose, were charged in an investigation into Flint’s water.

‘Hooyah!’: Sailors react to Navy’s decision on ratings system

Stars and Stripes  
Christmas came a few days early for sailors, who immediately hailed the Navy’s move to reverse its controversial decision to scrap rating titles.

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