Medical Student Jumps to Save Friend After 2 Shots in the Back of NYC Cab – NBC New York

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Jim Jones Talks About Lil Tjay, Prays: “It’s Terrible There”

“Being a rapper in today’s society is definitely the most dangerous job in the world,” Jones says. Hip Hop continues to wait for more news about Lil Tjay’s condition. The New York rapper was reportedly shot while he was in New Jersey with two others, and although the person responsible, according to police, has been … Read more

Highlights of Bipartisan Gun Violence Act Signed by Biden | Health, medicine and fitness

By The Associated Press Highlights of the bipartisan gun violence bill that President Joe Biden signed on Saturday: – Comprehensive background checks: State and local youth and mental health records of gun buyers will be part of federal background checks for buyers ages 18 to 20. The maximum of three days for data collection is … Read more

Highlights of Bipartisan Gun Violence Act Signed by Biden | Health, medicine and fitness

By The Associated Press Highlights of the bipartisan gun violence bill that President Joe Biden signed on Saturday: – Comprehensive background checks: State and local youth and mental health records of gun buyers will be part of federal background checks for buyers ages 18 to 20. The maximum of three days for data collection is … Read more

French Montana speaks about Lil Tjay’s condition: “It’s a bad situation”

“We think everyone loves us, but not everyone loves us,” he said of being a rapper in today’s culture. As reports grow of a near-fatal shooting of Lil Tjay, many of his colleagues send the New York rapper well wishes. As we previously reported, Tjay was said to have been in New Jersey with two … Read more

Highlights of Bipartisan Gun Violence Bill OK’d by Senate | Health, medicine and fitness

AP WASHINGTON (AP) — Highlights of the bipartisan gun violence bill passed by the Senate on Thursday and the House expected to pass Friday: — Comprehensive background checks: State and local youth and mental health records of gun buyers will be part of federal background checks for buyers ages 18 to 20. Maximum three days … Read more

NY leaders pledge new gun limits after Supreme Court ruling | Health, medicine and fitness

By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN and MARINA VILLENEUVE – Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) – New York’s Democratic leaders are striving to enforce as many restrictions on carrying a gun in public as possible after the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down key parts of the state’s gun-license law. State and New York City officials … Read more

Arms debate a caveat at hearings on Uvalde shooting | Health, medicine and fitness

By JIM VERTUNO and JAKE BLEIBERG – Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The first public hearings in Texas over the Uvalde school massacre focused on a cascade of law enforcement, school building safety and mental health blunders, with few mentions of the AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle and weapons reform. A day after the Texas … Read more

DoorDash driver arrested after allegedly shooting a Chick-fil-A employee in Philadelphia’s Crescentville neighborhood

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) – A DoorDash driver has been arrested after police said he shot a Chick-fil-A employee in the Crescentville neighborhood of Philadelphia Monday night. The shooting happened just after 8 p.m. on the 800 block of Adams Street. Police said it happened outside the Chick-fil-A, which only takes online orders. According to the police, … Read more

Arms Deal With Senate Provides Nationwide Funding for Mental Health Clinics

The bipartisan Senate agreement aimed at preventing gun violence includes funding for a nationwide expansion of mental health clinics, senators said Sunday. The proposal marks an important step in the field of mental health, in addition to measures directly targeting weapons. The measure of Sens. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) would provide funding … Read more