• Dominican Republic Jun 5, 2019

    Maryland Couple Found Dead at Dominican Republic Resort

    A couple from Prince George’s County, Maryland, were found dead while vacationing in the Dominican Republic, relatives said.

  • NBC Nov 1, 2018

    Don't Vote for Our Homophobic, Racist Dad, Missouri Candidate's Kids Say

    Two of Missouri Republican Steve West’s three children told a local newspaper this week that voters shouldn’t send their dad to the state legislature, saying he is racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic, NBC News reported. “He must be stopped,” Andy West told the Kansas City Star. “His ideology is pure hatred.” The newspaper had previously compiled a long list of offensive...

  • China Oct 24, 2018

    Suspect in Utah University Killing Was Sex Offender: Records

    A University of Utah student and track athlete who was shot and killed on campus by a former boyfriend had filed a police complaint against him after she learned he was a sex offender and broke off the relationship, authorities said Tuesday....
    Investigators had been working to build a case after receiving the report from 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey, a senior from...

  • The Associated Press Jul 24, 2018

    Stranger Reunites Girl With Toy Lion Lost on Remote Oregon Hike

    A little girl who lost her beloved stuffed lion on a hike in the Oregon backcountry was reunited with her favorite toy over the weekend after a community effort to identify her. Hiker Holly Spaman, who recently moved to Bend, Oregon, from Yakima, Washington, ran into Audrianna Flores and her family as they descended Broken Top Trail on July 16...

  • United States Nov 17, 2017

    Director of Puerto Rico Power Company Resigns Amid Scrutiny

    The director of Puerto Rico’s power company resigned on Friday amid ongoing blackouts and scrutiny of a contract awarded to a small Montana-based company to help rebuild the electric grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria. Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Authority said Ricardo Ramos presented his letter of resignation to the company’s board effective immediately. Officials said Ramos would soon provide additional...

  • spokesperson May 2, 2016

    Mom Discovers Extra Insurance Wasn't What She Thought

    As longer car loans get more popular, many drivers are more likely to owe more on a car than it’s worth. If you get in an accident, you’re still stuck paying the loan. That’s why some turn to something called gap insurance or loan lease payoff.

  • texas Feb 7, 2016

    Fracking Could Come to Lewisville Lake

    The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is currently considering whether to auction drilling rights to about 259 acres of land on the northwest side of Lewisville Lake this spring.

  • New York City Sep 28, 2015

    Banned Books Week Celebrates Freedom to Read Across the Nation

    At least once a year, Charles Brownstein receives a call complaining about the popular graphic novel “Watchmen.” As the executive director of CBLDF, Brownstein assists in about two dozen cases a year. When an attempt is made to ban a comic like “Watchmen,” he tries to settle the issue — whether it’s through educating the complainant or managing the legal...

  • officer May 10, 2015

    Mexico Probes Border Shooting of Famed Ex-Police Chief

    Authorities in the Mexican border state of Chihuahua say they’re probing a shooting that seriously wounded a former police chief who had been targeted by drug cartels while cutting crime in violence-wracked Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez.

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