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Shooting at Trump Rally Is Being Investigated as an Assassination Attempt
The former president was rushed off stage at a rally in Pennsylvania after gunshots were fired. Bay Area elected leaders denounced the shooting, which law enforcement officials are investigating as an assassination attempt.

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Biden Says 'Everybody Must Condemn' Attack on Trump, Hopes to Speak With Former President Soon

'We cannot allow this to be happening,' said Biden about 2 hours after the shooting. Vice President Kamala Harris said in a statement that she and her husband 'are relieved' that Trump was not seriously injured.

Shooting at Trump Rally Is Being Investigated as an Assassination Attempt

The former president was rushed off stage at a rally in Pennsylvania after gunshots were fired. Bay Area elected leaders denounced the shooting, which law enforcement officials are investigating as an assassination attempt.

UC Berkeley Study Finds Toxic Metals in Popular Tampon Brands. Here's What Experts Advise

A study found heavy metals — including arsenic and lead — in over a dozen leading tampon brands, raising concerns about a menstrual hygiene product used by millions of Americans.

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San Francisco Readies Launch of World's First Fully Hydrogen-Powered Ferry

Officials from across the Bay Area and California gathered at the Ferry Building to celebrate the Sea Change, which will run three days a week starting July 19.

Alameda Father Accused of Fatally Shooting 4 Family Members Has Court Hearing Delayed

Shane Killian, who is suspected of killing his wife, son, mother-in-law and father-in-law, appeared in court for the first time Friday, but his arraignment was delayed.

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