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Death of woman in jail cell prompts Texas House committee meeting

A child holds a sign of Sandra Bland, who died in police custody, during a rally against police violence in New YorkA Texas House of Representative committee plans to meet on Thursday to look into conditions that led to the death of Sandra Bland, a black motorist whose apparent suicide in jail has raised questions about what role race played in her treatment. Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw and a county sheriff who has been a critic of inadequate jail facilities were expected to testify at the Texas House Committee of County Affairs hearing. "This isn't to beat up on somebody," state Representative and committee chairman Garnet Coleman was quoted as saying by broadcaster KHOU.


Mike Holmes: Buy a home using intelligence, not illusion

This undated photo provided by FOX shows professional contractor Mike Holmes, who has a new show called “Home Free,” airing Wednesdays at 9-10 p.m. ET/PT on FOX. It's a competition series that premieres, Wed., July 22, 2015, where nine couples are challenged each week to restore a run-down home in Atlanta. (Michael Becker/FOX via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — Mike Holmes, famous for calling out bad plumbing, woodworking and electrical work on the HGTV show "Holmes on Homes," says there are steps homebuyers can take to avoid many of those problems.


Then & Now: Medicare and Medicaid turn 50

FILE - In this July 30, 1965 file photo, President Lyndon Johnson signs the Medicare Bill into law while former President Harry S. Truman, right, observes during a ceremony at the Truman Library in Independence, Mo. At rear are Lady Bird Johnson, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, and former first lady Bess Truman. When Johnson signed Medicare and Medicaid into law Americans 65 and older were the age group least likely to have health insurance. (AP Photo)WASHINGTON (AP) — When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare and Medicaid into law on July 30, 1965, roughly half of Americans 65 and older had no health insurance.


Western New York man charged for supporting Islamic State
U.S. authorities arrested a man in western New York and charged him with supporting Islamic State by traveling to Turkey to help the militant group, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. Arafat Nagi of Lackawanna, New York, was charged with attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization after the Federal Bureau of Investigation discovered he had purchased military equipment and traveled to Turkey twice to meet members of Islamic State. Nagi had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State and community members said he had jihadi beliefs, court documents said.
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