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Von Miller Turns Himself In After Arrest Warrant Issued

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3:15 PM -- Von Miller has turned himself in ... TMZ Sports has learned. According to a spokesperson for the Dallas County Sheriff's Office, the Buffalo Bills star was booked at the Glenn Heights Police Department in Glenn Heights, Texas at around 4…
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News video: Von Miller Turns Himself In on Domestic Violence Charge

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Von Miller Turns Himself In , on Domestic Violence Charge. The Buffalo Bills linebacker turned himself in on Nov. 30. He was released shortly after on a $5,000 bond. Miller has been charged with "third-degree felony assault of a pregnant woman," ESPN reports. . If convicted, he faces up to 10...

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US Supreme Court Faces Rift Over Florida & Texas Social Media Regulations| Oneindia News [Video]

US Supreme Court Faces Rift Over Florida & Texas Social Media Regulations| Oneindia News

U.S. Supreme Court justices debated Republican-backed laws from Florida and Texas, aiming to regulate social media platforms' content moderation. The laws face scrutiny over potential violations of free speech rights, with justices expressing concerns about their implications. Industry giants like Meta and Google challenged the laws, highlighting the complex legal challenge and the impact on online content moderation. #Supremecourt #RepublicanParty #ClarenceThomas #Texas #Florida #SocialMediaLaw #USnews #Americanews #Worldnews #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~ED.101~

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Indian-American Engineer Ashok Veeraraghavan wins Texas' Prestigious Academic Award | Oneindia [Video]

Indian-American Engineer Ashok Veeraraghavan wins Texas' Prestigious Academic Award | Oneindia

The Edith and Peter O'Donnell Engineering Award, one of Texas' top academic accolades, was bestowed upon Ashok Veeraraghavan, an Indian-origin computer engineer and professor, for his groundbreaking contributions to imaging technology that aims to render invisible entities visible. This award, granted annually by the Texas Academy of Medicine, Engineering, Science, and Technology (TAMEST) to exceptional researchers in the state, recognizes Veeraraghavan's group's revolutionary imaging technology. Veeraraghavan expressed his delight at receiving the award, attributing it to the innovative research conducted by numerous individuals in the computational imaging lab at Rice University over the past decade. His lab's research encompasses imaging processes comprehensively, integrating optics, detector design, and machine learning algorithms to address imaging challenges beyond the capabilities of existing technologies #AshokVeeraraghavan #TexasAward #IndianAmericanEngineer #Engineer #WhoIsAshokVeeraraghavan ~HT.178~PR.152~ED.194~GR.124~

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Political Differences Driving US Migration Habits [Video]

Political Differences Driving US Migration Habits

Political Differences Driving, US Migration Habits. 'Newsweek' reports that widespread political tension has driven some Americans to relocate to places with more compatible points of view. The political divide in the United States has become one of the major drivers for people to pick and move across the country. . According to the latest Redfin report, one-third of real estate agents said they had clients who said they were moving solely because of political reasons in 2023. Some of the most common migration routes for homebuyers last year were from blue states to red or purple states: San Francisco to Austin; Seattle to Phoenix; New York to Orlando and other parts of Florida. , Redfin report, via 'Newsweek'. That's due largely to housing affordability, but some homebuyers moved because they wanted to live in a more conservative place, Redfin report, via 'Newsweek'. 'Newsweek' points out that the Redfin survey found that 40% of Texas and Florida residents said they would rather live in a state where abortion is legal. 'Newsweek' points out that the Redfin survey found that 40% of Texas and Florida residents said they would rather live in a state where abortion is legal. Meanwhile, other U.S. residents are returning to states like New York in favor of stricter gun laws, fewer restrictions on abortions and greater acceptance of LGBTQ rights. Many Americans are moving because of political differences and gun control issues, among other reasons. As opinions get more divided and laws change, some folks want to live in places that match their beliefs, Ron Resha, Real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty, via 'Newsweek'. Many Americans are moving because of political differences and gun control issues, among other reasons. As opinions get more divided and laws change, some folks want to live in places that match their beliefs, Ron Resha, Real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty, via 'Newsweek'. Ron Resha, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty, points out that politically motivated migration could impact the 2024 presidential election. . People are looking for places that make them feel secure and comfortable, and this could affect the upcoming political election depending on party preferences, Ron Resha, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty, via 'Newsweek'. People are looking for places that make them feel secure and comfortable, and this could affect the upcoming political election depending on party preferences, Ron Resha, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Realty, via 'Newsweek'

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Girl Scouts Member Selling Cookies Gets Robbed At Texas Walmart

A Girl Scout in Texas got her cash stolen by a thief who pulled a quick snatch-and-grab in front of a Walmart ... and the crime was caught on video, with cops on..
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Happy Birthday, Megan Thee Stallion! [Video]

Happy Birthday, Megan Thee Stallion!

Happy Birthday, Megan Thee Stallion!. Megan Jovon Ruth Pete turns 29 years old today. . Here are five fun facts about the rapper and founder of β€œHot Girl Summer.”. 1. She created her stage name from her nickname, β€œstallion,” as a teen. 2. Megan Thee Stallion is the first woman rapper signed to 300 Entertainment. 3. She is currently in college working on her health administration degree. 4. The rapper loves horror movies and is writing one. 5. She hopes to open assisted-living homes in her hometown, Houston, Texas. Happy Birthday, Megan Thee Stallion!

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This Day in History: Buffalo Bills Pull off 'The Comeback' [Video]

This Day in History: Buffalo Bills Pull off 'The Comeback'

This Day in History:, Buffalo Bills Pull off 'The Comeback'. January 3, 1993. The Buffalo Bills claimed a 41-38 overtime victory over the Houston Oilers in that year's AFC wild card playoff game. The game will forever be known to football fans as β€œThe Comeback.”. Led by backup quarterback Frank Reich, the Bills overcame an Oilers halftime lead of 28-3. When the Oilers scored another touchdown after the halftime for a 35-5 lead, Bills fans headed home. They missed a historic rally that began on the Bills' very next possession. The Bills made it to the Super Bowl that year, but lost to the Dallas Cowboys

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