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Four people were killed and at least 15 people were injured after a gunman opened fire at the festival in Gilroy, Northern California.

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A shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival injured 15 people and killed 3, including the gunman, police in Northern California said Sunday.

Sixteen years after her husband was gunned down, Melissa Brackman and her teenage son were face-to-face with the killer inside a courtroom.

The Taliban continue to attack civilians in Afghanistan, despite reportedly pledging to negotiators in Qatar that they would stop. What is the militant group trying to achieve by continuing these violent attacks? ...

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The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention said two people are dead and another 768 are ill due to nationwide Salmonella outbreaks linked to popular dog treats and backyard poultry on Thursday, according to USA Today. The CDC posted an update on two separate outbreaks with the first linked to contact with pig ear dog treats and another linked to contact with people who have backyard poultry pens. The outbreak has now spread to 48 states with 122 hospitalizations out of the 768…

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