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Try to flee. When he tried to flee. He put their lives in danger. Marble said he did not know if any deputies were injured. He shared about 45 seconds of body camera footage, but would not show more video or provide a copy of the investigation. Attorneys for the Brown family are demanding the release of both For NPR News. I'm will Michael's in Elizabeth City. U. S futures are down in after hours trading following a down day on Wall Street Tuesday. Asia Pacific Markets are mixed. This is NPR news. Republican dominated election board in Maricopa County, Arizona, is calling on the state Senate president to end an audit of the county's 2020 election results. Member station, Cage's and Phoenix men. Giles reports that county officials have spent the past few days debunking false claims that have circulated during the audit. Senate President Karen Fan ordered the controversial audit of the county's 2020 general election results and said Tuesday it will continue the process began in late April and could last into the summer. Doug Logan, the CEO of the private firm hired to spearhead the audit acknowledged a hand recount of the nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in the county last fall is far behind schedule. We're expecting to finish the kind of process before the end of June. County officials say Logan's firm is unqualified and likely to reach quote, questionable conclusions. Following the 2020 election. Logan, author to document for elected officials that promoted some debunked election fraud theories for NPR news. I'm Ben Giles and Phoenix. A spokesman for New York's attorney general's office says the investigation into the Trump Organization is no longer a strictly civil matter. Spokesman Fabien Levy in says it is now a criminal probe that's being conducted along with the district attorney's office in Manhattan. The investigation centers on the Trump Organization's business practices and tax filings. Former President Donald Trump has dismissed the probe as another political witch hunt by Democrats. I'm Shae Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the National.

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