Family of mentally ill man convicted in terror probe call for transfer to Canadian prison

A Canadian family and a number of U.S. experts say a mentally ill man from Mississauga, Ont., who was convicted for his role in an online terror plot while a teenager shouldn’t be in a supermaximum security prison in Colorado.

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Boosie: I’ll Never Tattoo My Face, I’ve Seen Judges Treat Them Different (Part 16)

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girl in red Performs “Serotonin”, “I’ll Call You Mine” & More | MTV Push

June’s MTV Push artist, girl in red, performs Serotonin, I’ll Call You Mine, and talks about the songs and more.

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Pence: I’ll likely never see eye to eye with Trump

Former Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that he wasn’t sure that he and former President Donald Trump would ever see “eye to eye” over what happened on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol (June 3)

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Dick Van Dyke, 95, Reflects On Career: ‘I Don’t Think I’ll Ever Retire’

Actor Dick Van Dyke, 95, sits down with TODAY’s Al Roker to reflect on his decades long career ahead of receiving the Kennedy Center Honors. He talks about his iconic roles in “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “Mary Poppins” and the next role he wants to play. After all, the longtime entertainer says he doesn’t think he’ll ”ever retire.”

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Faizon Love: If Mayweather Loses to Logan Paul I’ll Get in the Ring! (Part 2)

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U.S. Intel Report: Researchers At Wuhan Lab Fell Ill In November 2019

A U.S. intelligence report says three researchers at Wuhan Institute of Virology sought treatment at a hospital just before the Covid-19 pandemic began. This comes after a joint study by WHO and China controversially dismissed claims the virus may have leaked from the lab.

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Palestinian Forcibly Removed From Neighborhood: ‘I’ll Always Find My Way Back Home’

Violence continues to escalate at the border of Israel and the Gaza strip, more than 100 Palestinians and eight Israelis have been killed in the violence including dozens of children. Mohammed El-Kurd, a Palestinian forcibly removed from his neighborhood, told Joy, “I managed to get back home, I’ll always find my way back home.”
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Police use crisis intervention team to respond to the mentally ill

According to the Treatment Advocacy Center, people with untreated severe mental illness are 16 times more likely to be killed during an encounter with law enforcement than other civilians. Police departments across the country use crisis intervention teams to intercede with the mentally ill, but one department in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, has been singled out for its success. CBS News’ Debra Alfarone reports.

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‘Mercy release’ leads to ill fate for Hong Kong turtles

In Hong Kong, thousands of marine animals are freed every May in the lead up to Buddha’s birthday but they often get hurt or even die after being left in waterways.

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