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    Sign up here.)1. SCOTUSThe Supreme Court has allowed the release of former President Trump's tax returns to a New York prosecutor, dealing a major blow to Trump, who has fought for years to keep his tax information under wraps. However, the tax returns are shielded from public disclosure because of grand jury secrecy rules. Subpoenaed documents, ranging from 2011 to 2019, relate to the Trump Organization's employment of Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen and hush money he allegedly paid two women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance's office was initially looking into those claims but has broadened its investigation into the legality of Trump's tax deductions and what the Trump Organization told lenders and tax authorities about the value of its assets.
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    Biden leads nation in mourning 500,000 US Covid-19 deaths 05:454. Police violence Police in Aurora, Colorado, involved in the 2019 death of Elijah McClain had no legal basis to stop or detain him. This is the conclusion of an independent investigative report that criticizes officers and medical responders at the scene. McClain, a Black man, died three days after he was stopped by Aurora police, put in a carotid hold and injected with ketamine. No charges were brought against the officers because prosecutors said they couldn't prove they caused McClain's death or used unjustified force. Meanwhile, police are investigating the arrest of a Baton Rouge teenager last weekend after video posted online showed an officer pinning the 13-year-old to the ground with his arm under the boy's neck. The Louisiana city and police department have petitioned to allow the full body-worn camera video to be made public.
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    See the police encounter that led to Elijah McClain's death 02:465. AustraliaFacebook and the Australian government have been at odds for months over proposed legislation that would force tech platforms to pay publishers for news content. As a result, last week Facebook barred Australians from finding or sharing news on its service. The decision appeared to be the most restrictive move the company has ever taken against content publishers and forced the pages of media organizations and even some unrelated essential services to go dark. Now, Facebook will restore news pages after the government agreed to change the planned media code, allowing Facebook to retain greater control over what appears on its platform.
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    This 15-year-old was the original Rosa Parks 05:18TODAY'S NUMBER75That's the forecast temperature -- in degrees Fahrenheit -- in Dallas this afternoon, a full 77 degrees warmer than it was this time last week, when temperatures dipped below zero. TODAY'S WEATHER
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      Celebrities, Fellow Athletes Offer Well Wishes, Prayers To Tiger Woods Following Car Crash

      LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Celebrities and athletes took to Twitter on Tuesday to share their well wishes after famed golfer Tiger Woods suffered major leg injuries when the vehicle he was driving rolled off a winding road in the Rancho Palos Verdes area.

      The crash was reported just after 7 a.m. when sheriff’s officials responded to a single-vehicle rollover traffic collision on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and the Rancho Palos Verdes, according to an LASD statement.

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      Jada Pinkett Smith said “Prayers up for the GOAT Tiger Woods who was in an accident this morning. Was just with him yesterday. Don’t take not even a MOMENT for granted! I know you’re good because your Tiger within is a beast!!!and fellow athletes shared their thoughts and prayers for the golfer.”

      Prayers up for the GOAT @TigerWoods who was in an accident this morning. Was just with him yesterday. Don’t take not even a MOMENT for granted! I know you’re good because your Tiger within is a beast!!!

      — Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapsmith) February 23, 2021

      Singer Jake Owen also shared a message on Twitter saying, My (heart) goes out to Tiger Woods… praying for ya man.”

      My ❤️ goes out to @TigerWoods … praying for ya man. ????????????????????????????????

      — Jake Owen (@jakeowen) February 23, 2021

      Meanwhile, fellow athletes like Alex Rodriguez and golfers Justin Rose and Ian Poulter offered their prayers to their friend.

      Praying for my brother @TigerWoods as we all anxiously await more news.

      Thinking of him and his entire family. ???? https://t.co/jpWbI3cLvO

      — Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) February 23, 2021

      . @tigerwoods, just seen the awful news. We know how tough you are, we’ve seen it a hundred times. Hoping and praying you’re ok my friend.

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      — Justin ROSE (@JustinRose99) February 23, 2021

      Thoughts are with @TigerWoods and others involved, wishing a speedy recovery and I hope the injuries are not bad????????

      — Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) February 23, 2021

      Basketball player Isaiah Thomas said, “Prayers up Tiger Woods.”

      Prayers up @TigerWoods ????????

      — Isaiah Thomas (@isaiahthomas) February 23, 2021

      CBSLA Sports Director Jim Hill says the 15-time major champion with 82 career PGA Tour wins was shooting a documentary for Golf Digest with Dwayne Wade and David Spade prior to Tuesday’s crash.

      Earlier Tuesday, Spade posted a photo on social media thanking Woods for a golf lesson.

      Golf lesson with this guy today. And you know what? He’s not bad… He picks things up very quickly. Good listener pic.twitter.com/KinEAGcEKU

      — David Spade (@DavidSpade) February 23, 2021

      “Golf lesson with this guy today. And you know what? He’s not bad… He picks things up very quickly. Good listener”, Spade wrote.

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      Woods has been recovering from a fifth microdiscectomy surgery on his back with hopes of playing professionally later this year.

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