Families react to possible commuted sentences for 2 convicted murderers

Thomas Koonce and William Allen, both convicted of first-degree murder, are serving life sentences without the possibility of parole and Baker wants to reduce those sentences to second-degree murder.

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How you can help families affected by Bronx fire

A massive fund- and supply-raising effort is underway in the wake of the devastating fire that left at least 17 people dead in the Bronx, with donations pouring in to help the affected families.

Victims and those affected can find support and resources at the HelpNYC Disaster Relief Response website, and families in need can also contact the American Red Cross at 1-877-RED CROSS (1-877-733-2767).

Additionally, the Salvation Army New York Division has set up the Bronx Fire Relief Fund and is encouraging the community to give to support those families impacted by the fire. To contribute, anyone can text the word "bronxfire" (one word) to 41444 for a link to make a donation.

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Families fight for accountability after generations were exposed to toxic water in North Carolina

The Department of Veterans Affairs will cover medical expenses for some military families sickened by toxic water at a North Carolina base. But a CBS News investigation found that families are still fighting to get their stories heard in court. Senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge reports.

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Families sledding in Westwood on snow day

More than a foot of snow was reported in the area.

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Family Tree: How Migos Became One Of Rap’s Favorite Families

Known for their trendsetting flow and fashion, Migos are one hip hop’s most acclaimed trios, but their bond goes deeper than rap. Watch as look back on the family ties between Offset, Quavo and Takeoff. #Migos #Offset #Takeoff #Quavo #BETFamilyTree

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PMQs: Angela Rayner warns of an “iceberg ahead” for many families

Angela Rayner has told the House of Commons that the average family in Britain faces an annual hit of £1,200 due to decisions made by the government.

She described this is as an "iceberg right ahead" at this afternoon’s PMQS.

She was standing in for Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer who is isolating after testing positive with COVID-19.

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Canada plans to compensate indigenous children taken from families

Canada announced two agreements totaling $31.5 billion to compensate First Nations children who were taken from their families and put into the child welfare system and to reform the system that removed them and deprived them of services they needed.

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