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Police: bounty hunters shot 2 men, one died; charges sought

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police in Tennessee say investigators believe bounty hunters shot two men in a wild incident last weekend that began in a Wal-Mart parking lot, fatally wounding one of them, but that neither was the person they were trying to serve with a warrant.

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Google's Pixel 2 might be released sooner than we thought

Google already confirmed that Pixel 2 smartphones are in the making, but we shouldn't expect them sooner than fall 2017. Since then, a series of leaks brought us the codenames of the upcoming Pixel 2 (Walleye) and Pixel 2 XL (Muskie), also revealing that there's a third Google device in the making codenamed Taimen, which may or may not be part of the Pixel 2 family. Google tried to remove these codenames from its AOSP forum but failed to keep them hidden. And now, a new finding seems to suggest that the Pixel 2 may see an earlier launch than expected. Before you get too excited, you should know Google doesn't have anything to announce. And just because Googlers might be talking about...

Might Trump and Putin Meet in May?
Might Trump and Putin Meet in May?

One Russian report seems to think so.

Obama dishes on leadership at 1st event since leaving office
Obama dishes on leadership at 1st event since leaving office

CHICAGO (AP) - Former President Barack Obama used his first public appearance since leaving office to dole out advice to young people on leadership, managing social media and even marriage. What he didn't do was mention his successor.

Man dragged off United flight plans to sue: lawyers
Man dragged off United flight plans to sue: lawyers

The man dragged off a United Airlines flight, sparking an international uproar, suffered a broken nose and concussion, his lawyer said Thursday, adding that he is planning to sue. David Dao was released from the hospital overnight and was at a "secure location," attorney Thomas Demetrio said at a news conference during which a member of Dao's family spoke out for the first time. Dao's lawyers filed a petition with a Chicago court requesting that the city, which operates O'Hare International Airport, and United Airlines preserve evidence related to the incident on Sunday.

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