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    Rookie running back Brian Robinson, Jr.’s promising season took an unexpected negative turn after he was shot multiple times during an armed robbery, according to multiple reports. The third-round draft pick out of Alabama was looking like a potential star for the Washington Commanders before he was hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds during the attempted robbery. He’s been listed in stable condition, and he is expected to survive, though his future on the field is unclear. According to police, officers responded to the 1000 block of H Street in the Northeast section of DC for a shooting on Sunday night, where they found Robinson with two gunshot wounds to his lower body. He was treated at the scene and transported to an area hospital by paramedics. It is believed he was the target of an attempted armed robbery or carjacking on Sunday night. Robinson, 23, was met at the hospital by several members of the Commanders' family, including head coach Ron Rivera, team owners Dan and Tanya Snyder, president Jason Wright, general manager Martin Mayhew, director of mental wellness...
    (CNN)Washington Commanders rookie running back Brian Robinson, Jr. was shot Sunday in Washington, DC, in what authorities believe may have been an attempted robbery or carjacking, police said.He suffered two gunshot wounds to his lower extremities and was taken to a local hospital, Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson Dustin Sternbeck said.The Commanders confirmed the incident in a statement Sunday evening. "He sustained non-life-threatening injuries and is currently being treated at the hospital, where Team officials are on-site with him. We ask that you please respect Brian's privacy at this time," the Commanders said. The shooting happened in the 1000 block of H Street NE, police said. Two suspects fled the scene and officers recovered a firearm nearby, Sternbeck said. Read MoreCNN has reached out to the NFL for comment.Robinson Jr. was drafted in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft out of the University of Alabama. He did not play in the team's final preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens Saturday night.
    A nonprofit Christian conservative group filed a lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of 35 U.S. Navy SEALs claiming they were wrongfully denied COVID vaccination exemptions on religious grounds, and that the Defense Department's mandate violates their First Amendment rights.  The suit, which lists 35 unnamed service members, argues that the Pentagon is overstepping its bounds as a federal body and is infringing upon their constitutional rights, with the Navy requiring them to be fully vaccinated by November 28 - after they have been denied a religious exemption for getting the jab. According to the filing, which was obtained by DailyMail.com, the SEALs behind the suit are all Christian and are pushing back against the mandate because it contradicts 'their sincerely held religious beliefs.'  It is estimated that about 99.4% of the U.S. Navy is vaccinated, according to Defense Department data. The Department of Defense oversees multiple branches of the US military, including the Navy, and is named in the suit obtained by DailyMail.com The First Liberty Institute filed on behalf of the group. The organization is the country's largest nonprofit legal firm...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An attempted robbery on Halloween night was caught on camera. Police say a man and a woman wearing costumes knocked on a door in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn and said “Trick or treat.” READ MORE: De Blasio: Less Than 6% Of New York City Workforce Placed On Unpaid Leave Under Vaccine MandateAfter they got candy, the male suspect allegedly pulled a gun and tried to push his way inside. READ MORE: N.J. Governor's Race: Murphy Trying To Become First Democrat To Win Second Term Since 1977As the female suspect left, another male suspect tried to get in. MORE NEWS: NYC Mayoral Race: Sliwa Launches Last-Ditch Attacks On Adams, Vows To Remove Beret If He Wins ElectionThe victim was punched in the face, but managed to push the suspects out and lock the door.
    Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) has been named vice chair of the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot on January 6. Chairman Bennie Thompson (R-MS) announced the appointment in a statement on Thursday. “Representative Cheney has demonstrated again and again her commitment to getting answers about January 6th, ensuring accountability, and doing whatever it takes to protect democracy for the American people,” said Thompson. “Her leadership and insights have shaped the early work of the Select Committee and this appointment underscores the bipartisan nature of this effort.” Along with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), Cheney is just one of two Republicans serving on the committee. Initially, Democrats sought the formation of a bipartisan commission consisting of non-members of Congress, but that proposal failed a procedural vote in the Senate back in May when it received 54 votes instead of the 60 required. Afterwards, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) formed the select committee and ultimately rejected two nominations by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). That prompted him to pull all of his nominations to the committee. “It’s an egregious breach of...
    A California “Karen.” An Instagram influencer who accused a Latino couple of attempting to kidnap her children in December was arrested for lying about the incident. Katie Sorensen of Sonoma, California is charged with giving false information to police, according to the Petaluma Argus-Courier. Sorensen recounted the made-up incident on two Instagram videos that were viewed nearly five million times. She has since made her account private. The mother claimed Sadie and Eddie Martinez tried to kidnap her children at a craft store, in what is now widely viewed as a case of racial profiling, the newspaper said. In the days after the accusation, Petaluma police cleared the couple of wrongdoing and said Sorensen’s complaint was false. The couple — who were reportedly at the store shopping for a decorative baby Jesus — spoke to the outlet after the charges were announced Thursday. “We’re very happy with the news,” Sadie reportedly said. “It gives everyone a little bit of help. Things like this do happen, and we wondered for a while if she would ever face charges.” Sorensen is...
    New York State Police investigators are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a wanted man connected to an alleged kidnapping. On Thursday, March 25, New York State Police launched an investigation into a domestic incident involving a potential kidnapping shortly before 5 a.m. in the town of Halcott in Greene County, officials said. The suspect, 29-year-old Bahji Green was soon spotted by New York State Police who attempted to initiate a traffic stop. Police said that Green refused to comply and sped away, leading to a shortly terminated chase. According to police, when the pursuit was terminated, local law enforcement agencies set up a roadblock at the intersections of County Road 2 and State Route 10 in the town of Hamden, in Delaware County. Green was able to avoid the roadblock, police said, as an officer from the Walton Police Department fired his gun at him. No injuries were reported, and it was unclear whether the vehicle was struck by a bullet. Green was described as being approximately 6-feet tall weighing 145 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He...
                        Those who murder or attempt to murder law enforcement or first responders may be sentenced to death or life without parole, respectively. The Tennessee House will vote on two bills outlining these proposed sentencing changes next Thursday. Specifically, these bills would apply to police, correctional officers, department of correction employees, probation and parole officers, emergency medical or rescue workers, EMTs, paramedics, and firefighters. HB0511 handles murder charges, whereas HB0512 handles attempted murder charges. The former bill would give the jury two options for those who murder law enforcement or first responders: death, or life without parole. The latter bill would add onto the current sentencing options for attempted murder to allow life without parole as a punishment. It would also prohibit relief eligibility for those who received life without parole for aggravated rape, murder, or attempted murder of a child. Current law only limits relief eligibility for aggravated raped or murder of a child – this proposal would expand that to attempted murder. State Representative Ron Gant (R-Rossville) introduced both bills....
    The New York Police Department said Tuesday that they have identified 'SoHo Karen' and may charge her with assault, grand larceny or attempted robbery. On Saturday a white woman who has been dubbed 'Soho Karen' approached black jazz artist Keyon Harrold and his 14-year-old son Keyon Jr in the lobby of the boutique Arlo Hotel in SoHo and accused the teen of stealing her cell phone.  She pushed and grabbed the two and scratched Keyon Sr’s hands in her fight for the phone, which she wrongly thought was hers. Her phone was reportedly found in an Uber and returned to her by the driver minutes after the squabble. NYPD tells DailyMail.com says that 'Karen' has been positively identified and detectives are trying to locate her and the case is not being investigated as a bias incident. Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said during a press briefing Tuesday: 'We believe that she lives out of state so we’re trying to ascertain if she’s still within the New York City area.'  Harrison said the case was initially classified as harassment but it has...
    COVID-19 outbreak at nursing home kills 5, infects 30 What grocery stores looked like when you were growing up Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Chris Pedota, NorthJersey.com via Imagn Content Services, LLC Getting their kicks The Buffalo Bills had injuries and Covid-19 issues as they arrived in New Jersey. The offense struggled and had to settle for eight -- count 'em 8 -- field-goal attempts against the lowly New York Jets. Tyler Bass hit six, which got us to thinking how many kickers have attempted that many field goals in a game?
              Metro Nashville At-Large Council Member Sharon Hurt said Wednesday during a virtual meeting of the Joint Pubic Safety and Health Committee that there should be stronger legislation for those not wearing masks and suggested they be charged with murder or attempted murder. Hurt said that she works for an organization that, “If they pass the virus, then they are tried for murder or attempted murder.” Hurt thinks the same standard should apply to the general public. “This person who may very well pass this virus that’s out in the air because they’re not wearing a mask is basically doing the same thing to someone who contracts it and dies from it,” she said. “Maybe there needs to be stronger legislation to say that if you do not wear a mask, and you subject exposure of this virus to someone else then there will be some stronger penalty as it is in other viruses that are exposed,” the council member added. Nashville city councilwoman Sharon Hurt calls for legislation to charge people with murder...
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