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He came in asking about a ring. He left with $1 million in jewelry.
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Domestic violence victims get protections under bills in House, Senate
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Bills proposed to protect Michigan domestic violence victims
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‘We are heartbroken.’ The stories of Charlotte’s 77 homicide victims this year.
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Church shooting victims face many obstacles in court
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Pence, Abbott attend vigil for victims of church shooting
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) - Vice President Mike Pence joined Texas Gov. Greg Abbott at a memorial service for the victims of Sunday's massacre at a small-town Texas
Lives Lost: Community mourns 26 victims of Texas church shooting
The identities of the 26 victims of Sunday's church shooting in Sutherland Springs near San Antonio were released Wednesday.
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