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    Family Of Man Killed By National Guard In Louisville Files Wrongful Death Suit

    The family of a 53-year-old Black man shot and killed by a National Guard soldier during protests this summer in Louisville, Ky., is filing a wrongful death lawsuit in the case.

    David "Ya Ya" McAtee was killed just after midnight on June 1 by a single bullet to the chest while he stood in the doorway of his barbecue stand in the city's West End as police and National Guard troops enforcing a curfew converged on a crowd nearby. Investigators say the lethal shot was fired by a Guard soldier, who has not been publicly identified.

  • Stopgap Spending Bill Hits Snag Over Farm Aid Days Before Shutdown Deadline

    Republicans are rejecting a short-term spending bill released Monday after Democrats chose not to include federal farm assistance in the legislation which is meant to avert a government shutdown at the end of September. There has been bipartisan agreement for weeks on the need for a...
  • Biden Enters Campaign's Final Stretch With Cash Advantage Over Trump

    Democrats go into the final weeks of the presidential campaign with a cash advantage. As of the beginning of this month, former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign, combined with the Democratic Party, had about $30 million more in the bank than President Trump's reelection effort...

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