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Earlier this month, a CA Sheriff claimed in a social media post that Target leaders obstructed deputies from intervening in shoplifting incidents, despite the store seeking assistance to combat widespread retail crime. What's the average price of a 1-day shower installation? Cooper revealed that his office collaborated with the retail giant on a shoplifting operation, but the plan faced obstacles when Target leaders imposed a set of rules dictating where and how deputies and detectives could apprehend the suspects. Cooper in post on X stated, "At the briefing, we were told by their head of regional security that we could not contact suspects inside the store; we could not handcuff suspects in the store; and if we arrested someone, they wanted us to process them outside ... behind the store ... in the rain." read more
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., is ending his bid for the presidential nomination on the GOP ticket. He announced his move on the Fox News program, "Sunday Night in America," surprising host Trey Gowdy, who was not expecting it. read more
A New York City public defender this week became the latest professional to lose their job after being captured on camera tearing down hostage posters related to the war between Israel and Hamas. Victoria Ruiz, 36, stepped down from her position with New York County Defender Services, the organization told the New York Post. In a statement, NYCDS spokesperson Lupe Todd-Medina told the radio station 1010 WINS that the organization found Ruiz' viral sign teardown to be "highly insensitive." The video of Ruiz was shared on the social channels of the nonprofit StopAntisemitism, whose posts have led to a number of firings and resignations since Hamas invaded Israel on Oct. 7 and captured 200-plus hostages, including American citizens. Four days ago, an Apple employee was fired for writing anti-Israel posts that were highlighted by StopAntisemitism.