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- The Wrap
KTVU's Frank Somerville wanted to add a note about the disproportionate coverage of missing white women
- The New York Times
The official-looking letters started arriving soon after Shanetta Little bought the cute Tudor house on Ivy Street in Newark, New Jersey. Bearing a golden seal, in aureate legalistic language, the documents claimed that an obscure 18th-century treaty gave the sender rights to claim her new house as his own. She dismissed the letters as a hoax. And so it was with surprise that Little found herself in her yard on Ivy Street on a June afternoon as a police SWAT team negotiated with a man who had br
- NY Daily News
A school bus driver was fatally stabbed in front of students after picking them up from a Washington state elementary school Friday afternoon, authorities said. The alleged killer, who is now in custody, got on the bus near Longfellow Elementary in the city of Pasco around 3 p.m. and launched the knife attack as multiple children watched in horror, according to police. The victim lost control ...
- Raleigh News and Observer
Many historical factors set the table for gentrification — a phenomenon happening in cities all over the US, including right here at home.
- USA TODAY
For your weekend reading, we've started in-case-you-missed-it compilations of some of the week's top USA TODAY Opinion pieces.
A Colorado man is taking legal action after allegedly being racially profiled by a staff member at a restaurant in […] The post Black man files racial discrimination lawsuit against Colorado restaurant appeared first on TheGrio.
The 24-year-old's clothes, phone and wallet were in his crashed car, which was found abandoned on its side in rough desert terrain.
- The Daily Beast
John Martin/Public DomainIf the hand of God were to reach out and smite people, then it might look a lot like a meteor. Or at least if a meteor was to smite the earth, then people might think that it was the hand of God. This is the argument of a paper published this week in the prestigious science journal Nature. Studying the effects of a meteor that devastated part of Jordan valley some 3,600 years ago, the authors suggest that it was this cosmic event that gave rise to the Sodom and Gomorrah
- NBC News
A new report from the Pew Research Center estimates that between 195,000 and 697,000 people of Taiwanese descent live in the United States, rectifying a
- USA TODAY
Some people call COVID-19 vaccines the "mark of the beast" from the New Testament's Book of Revelation. Here's what the Bible says.
- Charlotte Observer
Assailant forced girl into his car, drove to another location and raped her, police said.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Letters to the Editor: A letter sided with anti-vaccine firefighters and cops. Readers aren't having it
In response to a letter that said government employees should not be fired for refusing vaccination, readers say this isn't about personal freedom.
A Brooklyn “Karen” allegedly assaulted a Black couple at a dog park in Williamsburg after telling them to stay in […] The post White woman allegedly assaults couple in Brooklyn dog park appeared first on TheGrio.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
SB 9 and 10, now law, merely allow new multifamily housing in single-family neighborhoods. This is a boon to builders, not low-income renters or buyers.
- NBC News
Nevaeh Allen was reported missing Friday after her older siblings arrived home from school and noticed the door to their apartment open.
- Miami Herald
Shortly after Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said Saturday that Deputy Josh Moyers wouldn’t survive Friday’s shooting, he dispensed advice to homeowners who might encounter shooting suspect Patrick McDowell.
- Good Housekeeping
It may be on the front porch — or used as a candy bucket by a child, too.
- Good Morning America
As the Hispanic and Latino population grows throughout the U.S., New Mexico has established itself as a haven for people of Latin American and Hispanic descent. "The Land of Enchantment" is the most Hispanic and Latino state in the country, with 49% of its population identifying as such, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. "We see ourselves as multicultural: Mexican, American, Latino, Chicano, Indigenous -- We're what we call 'mestizaje,' a mixture of blood and culture," said Denise Chavez, a Chicana writer and playwright.
- KTRK – Houston
Authorities say the son, who opened fire on the suspected thieves in his dad's truck, is cooperating with the investigation.
- E! News
Mingus Reedus, the son of superstars Norman Reedus and Helena Christensen, was arrested on Friday, Sept. 24 for assaulting a woman during a night out with his girlfriend and pals.