After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rican Women Embrace Their Natural Curly Hair

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Puerto Rico Exodus Bound To Shake Up Mainland Policy

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How Pop Duo Buscabulla Lifts Up Puerto Rican Artists

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London Marks 1 Year Since Bridge Attack That Killed 8

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From Travel Ban To Political Pins: Pending Decisions From The Supreme Court

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Off-Duty FBI Agent Discharges Gun On The Dance Floor, Injures Onlooker

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U.S. Allies Rebuke Trump Administration's Trade Actions At G7 Meeting

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Dancing FBI agent accidentally shoots bar patron in Denver: police

(Reuters) – An off-duty FBI agent dancing wildly at a downtown Denver bar accidentally shot a man in the leg when the agent tried to pick up a gun that fell from its holster as he performed a handstand, Denver police said.

A bystander recorded video of the incident involving the unnamed agent, which authorities said took place early on Saturday at the Mile High Spirits and Distillery night spot, and the footage was shared widely online on Sunday.

In a statement, the Denver Police Department said the agent “was dancing at a night club when his firearm became dislodged from its waistband holster and fell onto the floor. When the agent retrieved his handgun an unintended discharge occurred.”

Another bar patron was hit by a bullet in a lower leg, sustaining a non-life-threatening injury, said the statement by a department spokeswoman, Marika Putnam.

The agent was taken to police headquarters, Putnam said, and later released to an Federal Bureau of Investigation supervisor. The Denver District Attorney’s office will decide whether to press any charges against the agent.

Denver district attorney spokesman Ken Lane said by email on Sunday morning that the DA’s office had no comment as the incident remains under investigation by the Denver Police. An email to the Denver FBI spokeswoman was not immediately returned on Sunday morning.

Reporting by Bernie Woodall in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Andrea Ricci

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A Longtime Israeli-Palestinian Friendship Falls Apart

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Canadian Government To Buy Oil Pipeline

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