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Reggaeton singer Ivan Gallegos held on $2 million bail after homeless man is stabbed to death...

The Daily Mail 19 Jun 2024
A 19-year-old USC student and music artist has been arrested after the fatal stabbing of a homeless man outside the Lambda Chi Alpha and Delta Tau Delta fraternity house ... Gallegos is a sophomore at USC studying business administration.
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Senate Democrats try maneuver to pass ban on ‘bump stocks’

Roll Call 19 Jun 2024
The unanimous consent request came less than a week after conservative justices on the Supreme Court threw out a Trump administration rule that banned the device, which was used in a 2017 mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas.
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Republicans block bill to outlaw bump stocks for rifles after Supreme Court lifts Trump-era ban

The Nashville Ledger 19 Jun 2024
... similar to the rule issued by President Donald Trump's administration after a gunman in Las Vegas attacked a country music festival in 2017 with semiautomatic rifles equipped with the accessories.
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Republicans block ban on bump stocks for rifles after Supreme Court lifts Trump-era ban

NBC Bay Area 18 Jun 2024
... similar to the rule issued by President Donald Trump’s administration after a gunman in Las Vegas attacked a country music festival in 2017 with semiautomatic rifles equipped with the accessories.
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Tony Awards 2024: Irish theatre-maker Jane Cox wins best lighting design of a play

The Irish Times 17 Jun 2024
Cox, a lighting designer based in the United States, won a the award for her work on Appropriate ... Photograph ... Michael Paulson ... She designs lighting for theatre, opera, dance and music, and is also an educator, producer and arts administrator. READ MORE ... .
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US Supreme Court overturns ban on gun bump stocks

NewstalkZB 16 Jun 2024
It was initially introduced by the Trump administration in 2018 - after 60 people were shot at a Las Vegas music ...
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Missing the Target on Bump Stocks

The American Spectator 16 Jun 2024
Nevertheless, in 2018 after the prior year’s horrific mass murder in Las Vegas when a madman (whose motives were never determined) who used a bump stock to fire into a music festival crowd, killing 58 ...
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US court overturns ban on gun ‘bump stocks’

Dawn 15 Jun 2024
The rule was imposed in 2019 by the Trump administration after the devices were used during a 2017 mass shooting, the worst in US history, which killed 58 people and left over 500 injured, at a Las Vegas country music festival.
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Supreme Court invalidates ban on bump stocks put in place after Las Vegas mass shooting

CBS News 14 Jun 2024
... mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival where 60 people were killed.
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Layoffs averted: How Yonkers found cash to keep 239 school staffers hired with federal aid

Lohud 14 Jun 2024
Administrators were determined to keep those 239 teachers and other employees, who they said had filled dire staffing gaps and were needed more than ever after the pandemic ... They brought on music and ...
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The Supreme Court just effectively legalized machine guns

Vox 14 Jun 2024
As Justice Sonia Sotomayor notes in her dissent, the Trump administration decided to ban bump stocks after a shooter opened fire on a music festival in Las Vegas in 2017, ... administration read it.
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Trump-Era Ban on Bump Stocks

Hamodia 14 Jun 2024
... changed course from previous administrations after a gunman in Las Vegas attacked a music festival with assault rifles equipped with bump stocks, which allow a rate of fire comparable to machine guns.
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Supreme Court strikes down Trump-era ban on bump stocks, gun accessories used in 2017 Vegas massacre

The Trentonian 14 Jun 2024
... course from previous administrations after a gunman in Las Vegas attacked a country music festival with assault rifles equipped with bump stocks, which allow a rate of fire comparable to machine guns.
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Trump accused of witness tampering in investigative report

Nashville Pride 14 Jun 2024
Barbara McQuade, a former U.S ... Trump later pardoned both individuals ... Stacy M ... previous post. Celebrate Black Music Month at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum ... Biden-Harris Administration celebrates Juneteenth with concert, new initiatives ... Rep.

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