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Mayfield candle factory destroyed by a killer Kentucky tornado, where workers said they were threatened with dismissal if they left their posts, closing
Two residents at an assisted living facility in Sun City are dead after an apparent murder-suicide Sunday, authorities said.
Police are on a search in South Carolina for the person who tampered with an electronic road sign, changing its […] The post South Carolina road sign changed to display racist message, officials say appeared first on TheGrio.
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Bice: U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson blames LBJ and Great Society for high percentage of out-of-wedlock births
Ron Johnson — who has advised using mouthwash to fight COVID and labeled Social Security a Ponzi scheme — is has a new topic: out-of-wedlock births.
A man accused of pushing an Asian woman in front of an oncoming subway train in New York City has a criminal history dating back to 1998, police told reporters. The fatal attack, which authorities deemed “unprovoked,” occurred at Times Square-42nd Street subway station at around 9:40 a.m. on Saturday. Michelle Alyssa Go, 40, was waiting for a southbound R train when Simon Martial, 61, allegedly shoved her onto the tracks.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
“Without the (security) instruction we received, we would not have been prepared to act and flee when the situation presented itself,” Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker said.
A 74-year-old woman was exonerated of the rape and murder of her niece after spending 27 years in prison
"I thank all the people for their prayers and helping me get out of this mess which has cost me half of my life for nothing," Joyce Watkins said.
- The Wrap
No good deed goes unpunished, as they say
Cartels have begun to target the lucrative crop and farmers are arming themselves.
- The Daily Beast
GoFundMe/Antoinajah EdwardsWhen a 16-year-old girl was shot and killed while working at a Burger King drive-thru in Milwaukee earlier this month, the horrific news reverberated around the nation. Tens of thousands of dollars in donations poured in and Niesha Harris-Brazell’s devastated family wondered how she could be taken “in the blink of an eye.” But after spending two weeks piecing together events, investigators have made the bombshell allegation in court documents that Harris-Brazell was ki
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The FBI is being slammed for saying the Congregation Beth Israel hostage taker’s demands were “not specifically related to the Jewish community.”
New Database Reveals All the U.S. Congressmen Who Owned Slaves — Including Those Seen as Progressive
The Washington Post has chronicled 1,715 former members of Congress who were slave owners at some point in their lives
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Thieves pilfering railroad cars is a crime that harks back to the days of horseback-riding bandits, but is fueled by a host of modern realities including homeless encampments and e-commerce.
Tanya Nguyen-Do learned of the 5 Little Monks of Thiền Am Bên Bờ Vũ Trụ in Vietnam three months ago. She hopes to bring attention to their plight.
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With St. Louis getting $790 million from the NFL over the re-relocation of the Rams to L.A., someone in San Diego has gotten an idea. As explained by Jeff McDonald of the San Diego Union-Tribune, there’s a movement in the former home of the Chargers to sue the NFL over the team’s departure. Former City [more]
- The Fayetteville Observer
As reported, Cumberland County Sheriff Lt. Jeffrey Hash left his vehicle and shot Jason Walker. If those are the circumstances, it raises questions.
What did the Camaro do to deserve such abuse?
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A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years in a bid to unravel one of World War II's enduring mysteries has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family. “We have investigated over 30 suspects in 20 different scenarios, leaving one scenario we like to refer to as the most likely scenario,” said film maker Thijs Bayens, who had the idea to put together the cold case team, that was led by retired FBI agent Vincent Pankoke, to forensically examine the evidence.
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Pro Football Hall of Fame artifact is legacy of legendary coach and broadcaster
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One Jewish leader believes that the FBI is wrong after an official said the Texas synagogue hostage-taker's demands were “not specifically related to the Jewish community.”