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- Lexington Herald-Leader
The girl sent an “SOS” message to her parents before she went missing.
As the first anniversary approaches on Aug. 4, major questions remain unanswered, including how a huge quantity of ammonium nitrate - which can be used to make fertiliser or bombs - was left unsafely stored in a capital city for years. The blast was one of the largest non-nuclear explosions ever recorded, killing more than 200 people, wounding thousands, and devastating swathes of Beirut. The FBI's Oct. 7, 2020 report, which was seen by Reuters this week, estimates around 552 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded that day, much less than the 2,754 tonnes that arrived on a Russian-leased cargo ship in 2013.
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Baltimore County police officers discovered the bodies of two deceased children Wednesday night during a traffic stop in Essex. County police said officers conducted a traffic stop just after 11 p.m. Wednesday on Eastern Boulevard near Wagners Lane. During the stop, officers discovered the bodies of two deceased children. The children's bodies were taken to the medical examiner's office, and the driver of the vehicle was taken into custody.
Dawn Sherrill, 55, has been missing for over a week
- The Guardian
People coming to the aid of the Wet’suwet’en nation to stop a pipeline are using direct action that is prompting terror charges A train carrying crude oil burns after being derailed on 22 December 2020 in Custer, Washington. Photograph: David Ryder/Getty Images The night of 28 November, Samantha Brooks, 24, hunched over the railway tracks near Bellingham, Washington, about 32km (20 miles) south of the Canada-US border and installed a “shunt,” according to trial documents obtained by the Guardian
- Good Housekeeping
There are a couple different reasons why a household would put a purple gourd on display.
- The Daily Beast
via YouTube/Inyo County Sheriff’s OfficeLast Saturday around 2 a.m., a pair of deputies in a tiny California city responded to a report of domestic violence at an apartment complex.But instead of finding the 911 caller or their alleged suspect, the cops tased, pepper-sprayed and beat a Native American man and shot and killed his dog.The disturbing encounter, captured in bystander video and body cam footage released by the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office, has sparked outrage and divided residents in
- Idaho Statesman
Members of the group, widely considered a white supremacist organization, also made headlines in Idaho after marching in a parade in Buhl.
- Charlotte Observer
The children were as young as 2.
- Kansas City Star
Police arrested a 24-year-old man as the young girl went into labor with his child.
- The Daily Beast
U.S. District Court for the District of ColumbiaA QAnon-loving ex-Marine was still on parole for several crimes when he allegedly assaulted at least two police officers during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot—and fled his California sober living home for Mexico as the FBI hunted him down.That’s according to an FBI search warrant affidavit obtained by The Daily Beast, which reveals new details about alleged insurrectionist James Burton McGrew, a Mississippi veteran and conspiracy theorist who was identifi
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- Raleigh News and Observer
The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against the county accusing it of violating federal civil rights laws.
- The Week
What the latest church scandal teaches about the Catholic right
- Business Insider
In 2001, Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug trafficker better known as El Chapo, decided he didn't want to be in prison any longer.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Op-Ed: “The direct and lived repercussions of slavery help define south Lexington,” writes historian Chris Green.
A South Korean archer who has bagged two Olympic gold medals in Tokyo was flooded with messages of support from women Thursday after her short hair became a lightning rod for online abuse from men.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Legal experts said while it seems clear the group was acting in self-defense, the legal parameters of a self-defense claim can be tricky.
- CBS News
Officer John Haubert is seen in the video hitting Kyle Vinson with his gun at least seven times. Aurora's chief of police called the arrest, "a despicable act."
- Associated Press
David de Russy steered his bicycle through a sparse crowd of midweek visitors streaming down Los Angeles' Venice Beach boardwalk between multimillion-dollar homes, T-shirt shops and eateries on one side and vendors peddling paintings, hawking crystals and offering tarot card readings on the other. An effort to house homeless people and remove clutter that proliferated is nearing completion. A problem once largely limited to the Skid Row section of downtown has spread to virtually all parts of Los Angeles.