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  • 5 key takeaways from the Democratic debate in Ohio Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:24:35 -0400

    5 key takeaways from the Democratic debate in OhioWarren is treated like the front-runner, a “healthy” Bernie returns to the debate stage with key endorsements in his pocket and more.

  • Yang and O'Rourke propose decriminalizing opioids, including heroin Tue, 15 Oct 2019 22:59:37 -0400

    Yang and O'Rourke propose decriminalizing opioids, including heroinTwo Democrats suggested making small amounts of heroin legal as a way to combat the drug epidemic.

  • U.S. Supreme Court wrestles over 'D.C. Sniper' life sentence appeal Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:45:08 -0400

    U.S. Supreme Court wrestles over 'D.C. Sniper' life sentence appealU.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday questioned whether a lower court sufficiently considered that a man convicted in the deadly 2002 "D.C. Sniper" shooting spree in the Washington area was a minor at the time of the crimes when he was sentenced to life in prison. The nine justices heard arguments in an appeal by the state of Virginia objecting to the lower court's decision ordering that Lee Boyd Malvo's sentence of life in prison without parole be thrown out. The most likely contender based on questions he asked during the argument would be Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

  • School suspends girls, says rape-awareness note was bullying Tue, 15 Oct 2019 17:38:19 -0400

    School suspends girls, says rape-awareness note was bullyingA 15-year-old girl was suspended for bullying after trying to draw attention to what she believed was an unaddressed problem of sexual assaults involving students at her high school. Aela Mansmann, a 15-year-old sophomore at Cape Elizabeth High School outside Portland, has been at odds with Cape Elizabeth Schools for a month after posting a note in a bathroom that said: "There's a rapist in our school and you know who it is." She and two other students who left similar notes were ordered suspended. The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine is taking on Mansmann's case and calling on federal court to stop her suspension.

  • A 75-year-old cruise ship passenger jumped overboard a Carnival-owned ship between Portugal and Spain (CCL) Tue, 15 Oct 2019 14:14:47 -0400

    A 75-year-old cruise ship passenger jumped overboard a Carnival-owned ship between Portugal and Spain (CCL)A Costa Cruises representative said the woman "voluntarily" jumped from the balcony in her cabin on the Costa Pacifica ship.

  • Russia Prepares the Way for Bashar al-Assad’s Brutal Endgame in Nothern Syria Wed, 16 Oct 2019 05:01:50 -0400

    Russia Prepares the Way for Bashar al-Assad’s Brutal Endgame in Nothern SyriaGAZIANTEP, Turkey—After eight years of Syrian civil war, the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, and the displacement of half the Syrian population, U.S. President Donald J. Trump’s decisions have created conditions for Bashar al-Assad’s regime to re-assert control over nearly one-third of the country that had been outside its grip since 2012. Far from reining in U.S. adversaries, Trump’s presidency will likely be remembered as one through which Assad, this century’s greatest mass murderer, managed finally to claw his way back to a position of undisputed authority. Trump Just Enlisted America in a New Axis of EvilThis is the way that’s playing out on the ground in what is, admittedly, still a complicated situation.The news began Tuesday morning with Russian pro-Kremlin journalist Oleg Blokhin streaming a live video from inside the recently abandoned American al-Sa’idi’a base in Syria on the western outskirts of the Manbij countryside. “Good morning to everyone from Manbij,” exclaimed Blokhin. “I’m at the American military base right now, where they were until yesterday morning. Already, we’re here [instead]. We’re going to examine now how they were living here, what they were so busy with, and what’s going on.” A second video would show Blokhin as he mockingly played with a boom barrier at the entrance to the base, appearing to check whether or not it worked. “It’s in good condition,” he assured the cameraman, with a slight grin. Blokhin, who works for the pro-Kremlin ANNA news network, previously covered the activities of Russian private military contractor Wagner as it trained pro-Assad militiamen in January, and later accompanied Russian and pro-Assad forces during the latter’s successful August campaign to take back the town of Khan Sheikhoun. Now, he stood gloating on a former U.S. military base. Other pro-Assad media soon conducted similar tours of other U.S. bases abandoned by American soldiers. Reports throughout the day Tuesday would also claim U.S. troops pulled out of two new additional locations including the eastern town of Tal Baydar and the Kharab Ashak base west of Ain Aissa. Shortly before U.S. troops withdrew, ISIS families still being detained at a nearby prison facility in Ain Aissa reportedly set fires throughout the camp in a renewed attempt to try to escape. In addition to exemplifying the momentous shift underway as Assad’s vital ally Russia finally replaces the United States as the primary party in northern Syria capable of liaising with most all of the parties to the conflict, Blokhin’s livestream carried a special significance for locals in Manbij. Over the past week, including several days after Trump’s shock announcement that U.S. troops would withdraw from Syria, American soldiers at the al-Sa’idi’a base actually continued carrying out near-daily patrols in the western and northern Manbij countryside that helped successfully ward off previous attempts by Syrian regime forces to set up positions in the area. That offered hope to those in Manbij who oppose the regime—that U.S. military institutions might be capable of coercing the Turkish president to adopt a compromise that saw U.S. troops remain in the area until Turkish-backed forces were capable of assuming control. But those hopes along with more than 16 months of U.S.-Turkish diplomacy were dashed Tuesday as the American troops made their final withdrawal from the area, paving the way for Russian and Syrian regime forces to roll in free and unopposed.  Elsewhere, in Ain Aissa and Tal Tamr, towns located along the M4 highway, northern Syria’s main artery and transportation route, Russian and regime forces established permanent checkpoints and bases to ensure control of the strategic route in the face of oncoming Turkish assaults. Those reinforcements appeared to have helped the SDF capture three villages from Turkish-backed forces in the immediate vicinity north of Tal Tamr later that night. While the arrival of regime forces undoubtedly has provided much needed relief for the SDF on several fronts, doing so will come with a cost. As the SDF welcomes more Syrian regime reinforcements into its territory, the group undoubtedly will lose future leverage it would need in order to preserve a role for itself within civil governing institutions throughout northeast Syria. On Monday, the SDF’s largely toothless civil wing, the Syrian Democratic Council, issued a directive to local councils in the area to continue to perform their duties “as previously,” insisting that “nothing has changed” and that the agreement with the regime constituted no more than a temporary military alliance to protect Syria’s borders. However it’s unlikely that the SDF, the Syrian Democratic Council, or other SDF-backed institutions within the group’s self-proclaimed “Autonomous Administration” will be able to preserve any modicum of independence as their reliance on the Assad regime becomes more solidified. And, following the failure of Russian-Turkish negotiations throughout Tuesday to reach a ceasefire between the warring parties, that reliance looks set to intensify. Negotiations between Moscow and Ankara began Tuesday morning following condemnation of Turkey’s campaign by the Kremlin’s special envoy to Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev. A high-ranking Free Syrian Army military source in Manbij told The Daily Beast that Turkey gave orders Tuesday morning to its FSA proxies to halt temporarily their assault while both sides attempted to reach a solution. During that time, numerous pro-regime demonstrations were held in Manbij as the Syrian army sent several armored tanks into the city. According to local sources on the ground, some of these demonstrations were led by pro-regime figures that previously had been arrested by the SDF but were recently released following the Russian and Syrian regime entrance to the city. The Russian-Turkish talks come one day after the official Facebook page for the Russian defense ministry’s Hmeimim base issued a stern warning for Turkey and its allies not to “behave recklessly in entering an open war with government troops.” That was issued shortly after the Russians allegedly concluded an agreement with the SDF to allow Russian and regime troops to enter the cities of Kobani and Manbij. Yet despite the repeated warnings and attempts to hold talks, by Tuesday night Turkish-backed forces re-launched their assault. Thousands of civilians fled the border city of Kobani as a result of renewed Turkish assaults on the city in an attempt by the latter to capture the site of a former U.S. base recently abandoned nearby. Shortly after, our military source would claim renewed orders had been given by Ankara to re-launch operations in Manbij by dawn. Speaking to Reuters while returning from the Azerbaijaini capital Baku, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared undeterred by recent U.S. sanctions imposed on Ankara, by the arrival of regime reinforcements into the area, or by international condemnation of his country’s assault. “They say ‘declare a ceasefire.’ We will never declare a ceasefire,” Erdogan said. “They are pressuring us to stop the operation. They are announcing sanctions. Our goal is clear. We are not worried about any sanctions.”Shortly after, local media and activists would report a Turkish airstrike on the strategic town of Aun al-Dadat, the site of a former U.S. base in the north Manbij countryside along the al-Sajur River that has since been occupied by SDF and regime units. Nawaf al-Mustafa, an activist living several miles away in Manbij city, said he could hear the explosion from his home. “I heard an explosion and thought it might have been an ISIS suicide attack,” he said. “But it wasn’t, news came in shortly after that Turkish forces instead were bombing Aun al-Dadat.”Look Who’s Back! Trump Handed Terrorists a Free Pass.Ahmed Qalqali, another anti-regime activist, would send out an alert to the families of FSA fighters to several WhatsApp groups used by locals to follow the news. “Any young man in Manbij who has a brother fighting on the front lines with the FSA should avoid sleeping at home tonight,” hinting at the possibility of SDF-regime house raids in response to the attacks. “Try to stay with a friend or someone to whom you’re not blood related.” Despite the Turkish insistence to continue fighting, in reality the tide seems to be turning against Ankara and its proxies. Despite managing to gain control of the strategic border town of Tal Abyad, after nearly one week of fighting Turkish-backed forces have been unable to capture Ras al-Ain, a city of just over 30,000 that has managed to put up stiff resistance and ward off Turkish incursions. Manbij, a city of nearly 100,000, will require much greater strength and political will in order to be captured.Recent U.S. sanctions imposed by the Trump administration on key Turkish ministers and cabinet officials will also likely further hamper Ankara’s ability to freely wage war against the SDF, while significantly raising the cost of doing so. Nonetheless, these factors are unlikely to push Erdogan to end the campaign, as domestic pressures to create space to resettle Syrian refugees that have proven a burden to the Turkish economy threaten to destabilize his government. What will likely ensue will be a committed, albeit slow and protracted campaign to achieve Ankara’s goal of carving out a safe zone in Manbij and along the entirety of Turkey’s border with Syria. However, the likely delay in achieving further Turkish gains will also give the Syrian regime a larger window to calmly mobilize and deploy its forces throughout the region while still being able to exploit the threat posed to the SDF by Ankara in order to slowly grab more power in northeastern Syria. Further, the expansion of Syrian regime troops throughout the area doesn’t seem to be a prospect that much bothers the Turkish president, so long as they don’t mix with SDF and other armed Kurdish elements. Also while speaking to reporters in Baku, Erdogan stated, “The regime entering Manbij is not very negative for me. Why? It’s their lands after all,”  he said. “But, what is important to me is that the terrorist organization does not remain there… I told this to Mr. Putin as well. If you are clearing Manbij of terrorist organizations, then go ahead, you or the regime can provide all the logistics. But if you are not going to do this, the people there are telling us to save them.” By “terrorist organizations,” Erdogan means primarily the Kurds who were backed by the United States in the fight against ISIS.Such a statement from a head of state who for eight years has been among the most enthusiastic supporters of the Syrian revolution to topple Assad is indicative of the extent to which international calculus surrounding the Syrian issue has changed. It will likely encourage the Assad regime to consider the possibility of going after and eliminating the SDF itself if doing so may once and for all put an end to the activities of their meddlesome Turkish neighbor. Such a prospect may occur as part of a broader swap or deal whereby Turkey would also agree to withdraw its troops from the broader Idlib region, where Ha’it Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), an offshoot of al Qaeda’s former Syrian branch, Jabhat al-Nusra, and other FSA groups have been engaged in a bloody standoff with the Syrian regime for over a year.Erdogan’s statements make perfectly clear that, following Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops, the cards increasingly lie in the hands of the Assad regime and its Russian ally. Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

  • UAE to launch new low-cost airline Wed, 16 Oct 2019 09:47:52 -0400

    UAE to launch new low-cost airlineAbu Dhabi's giant Etihad Airways and Sharjah's low-cost carrier Air Arabia announced Wednesday an agreement to launch a new low-cost airline based in the United Arab Emirates capital. Etihad Airways posted a loss in 2018 for the third year running, it said earlier this year, blaming investment losses and challenging market conditions. The new Air Arabia Abu Dhabi will be launched in "due course", Tony Douglas, CEO of Etihad Aviation Group, said in a statement issued by the two Emirati carriers.

  • Sears and Kmart closing more stores in late 2019 and early 2020. Is your location closing? Tue, 15 Oct 2019 02:04:48 -0400

    Sears and Kmart closing more stores in late 2019 and early 2020. Is your location closing?More than 100 Kmart and Sears stores will close by the end of 2019 and more closures are expected to continue into early 2020.

  • Cory Booker wants $90m a year to prevent urban gun violence Wed, 16 Oct 2019 07:00:21 -0400

    Cory Booker wants $90m a year to prevent urban gun violenceNew bill would focus federal dollars on public health approaches to gun violence Senator Cory Booker gives a speech on gun violence at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, known as Mother Emanuel, in Charleston, South Carolina, in August. Photograph: Randall Hill/ReutersFor more than a decade, faith leaders from black and brown communities have come to Congress with the same request: spend more money on local strategies to prevent gun violence.Now, the New Jersey senator Cory Booker is introducing legislation that would devote $90m a year to programs that prevent urban gun violence.Booker’s new grant program would focus federal dollars on helping the cities with the highest gun homicide rates, and it would prioritize funding for strategies that do not contribute to mass incarceration.series boxInstead of simply directing more federal money to local law enforcement, the new legislation would require cities to give at least half of their federal grant dollars to community organizations that provide services to high-risk people, or to a public department “that is not a law enforcement agency”.Booker’s bill does not include any gun control provisions: it’s focused on strategies that prevent shootings by focusing on the people, not the guns.“We’re in a tough political climate,” said Pastor Michael McBride, a California-based activist who has spent the last decade campaigning for more resources for local gun violence prevention. “This approach charts a way forward that does not bog us down in these intense debates over the second amendment or gun control.”Booker’s legislation is designed to fund programs that have shown success in reducing gun violence in cities such as Oakland and Richmond, California; Boston, Massachusetts; and New York City. The legislation would devote $90m a year over 10 years to evidence-based approaches to gun violence reduction.In the past decade, as they have invested public dollars into expanding community-based strategies, Oakland has seen a 44% decrease in its gun homicide rate, and nearby Richmond has seen a 67% decrease in its gun homicide rate.The decreases in Oakland, Richmond, and San Francisco have driven a 30% decrease in the overall gun homicide rate across the greater San Francisco Bay Area, even as the number of people living in poverty in the region has increased, and as property crime has spiked in some areas. The decrease in the area is much larger than in the nation overall.The successful local strategies highlighted in Booker’s legislation include investing in street outreach workers or “violence interrupters”, trusted community members who intervene in local gang conflicts to keep violence from spreading; funding intervention programs in hospitals to help shooting victims change their lives; and supporting “group violence intervention” strategies, such as Boston’s Operation Ceasefire, that bring together law enforcement, community partners, and faith leaders to intervene with the small number of men in each city who are most likely to shoot or be shot.Booker’s Break the Cycle of Violence Act is co-sponsored by the US representative Steven Horsford, a Nevada Democrat whose father was shot to death during a robbery when he was 19.“These deaths are preventable,” Horsford said in a statement.Mass shootings are usually the focus of America’s gun control debate. But the majority of America’s gun homicide victims are killed in smaller daily shootings in neighborhoods that have struggled with gun violence for decades.Black men and boys, who make up just 6% of America’s overall population, represent more than 50% of the country’s gun homicide victims.A 2015 Guardian investigation found that half of the country’s gun homicides were concentrated in just 127 cities and towns. Experts have argued for years that American gun violence is highly concentrated, and that one of the best ways to save lives is to devote more resources into the neighborhoods with the greatest need.Black and brown activists have often felt “invisible” and “erased” from the American gun control debate, McBride said.“Our communities are used as props, but never really given serious consideration on how to scale up strategies that save our lives and heal our communities,” he said.The new legislation focuses resources on the majority of America’s gun violence victims – and it also focuses on solutions that are less politically controversial than gun control laws, McBride said.“We think Republicans, historically, have been huge supporters of these kinds of strategies, because of the role that faith communities and redemption and healing play,” he said.

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  • Buttigieg, O'Rourke clash over assault-rifle buyback plan Tue, 15 Oct 2019 22:57:41 -0400

    Buttigieg, O'Rourke clash over assault-rifle buyback planAt Tuesday night’s Democratic primary debate, presidential candidates Beto O’Rourke and Pete Buttigieg escalated their disagreement over O’Rourke’s proposal for mandatory buybacks of assault weapons.

  • U.S. security chief 'heaped pain' on grieving parents of UK teen: lawyer Wed, 16 Oct 2019 06:38:03 -0400

    U.S. security chief 'heaped pain' on grieving parents of UK teen: lawyerDonald Trump's national security adviser heaped pain and grief on the parents of a British teenager killed in a car crash by trying to hold a meeting at the White House between them and a U.S. diplomat's wife who was involved, the parents' lawyer said. Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn were invited to a surprise meeting with the U.S. president at his office on Tuesday where they were further shocked to learn that Anne Sacoolas, the American woman involved in the fatal crash, was in the building. Mark Stephens, the lawyer for Charles and Dunn, said national security adviser Robert O'Brien had the idea of overseeing a coming together of the families before they would then hug in front of an assembled media.

  • New Jersey police are looking for a possible witness to the kidnapping of a 3-year-old girl 30 days ago Wed, 16 Oct 2019 10:35:25 -0400

    New Jersey police are looking for a possible witness to the kidnapping of a 3-year-old girl 30 days agoFive-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez disappeared from Bridgeton City Park in New Jersey on September 16.

  • Shooting kills 6 in Puerto Rico, leads to emergency meeting Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:00:43 -0400

    Shooting kills 6 in Puerto Rico, leads to emergency meetingPuerto Rico's governor called an emergency meeting Tuesday after six people were killed in a mass shooting in a San Juan housing project and gunfire left two people dead a day earlier in the island's north. A police statement said the violence left five men and one woman dead. The brazen murders led Gov. Wanda Vázquez to convene a gathering of her security team, led by public security chief Elmer Román and justice secretary Dennise Longo Quiñones.

  • China Threatens to Retaliate if U.S. Passes Hong Kong Bill Tue, 15 Oct 2019 20:50:12 -0400

    China Threatens to Retaliate if U.S. Passes Hong Kong Bill(Bloomberg) -- China threatened to retaliate if the U.S. Congress follows through with passing legislation that would require an annual review of whether the city is sufficiently autonomous from Beijing to justify its special trading status.The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that it would take strong measures if the bill passed. The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act is one of four measures passed by the U.S. House Tuesday in unanimous voice votes. The bill provides for sanctions against officials “responsible for undermining fundamental freedoms and autonomy in Hong Kong.” A similar bill is also before the Senate, though the timing of a vote there remains uncertain. The legislation has bipartisan support in both chambers.To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Li Liu in Beijing at lliu255@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Brendan Scott at bscott66@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Latest search for Amelia Earhart plane comes up empty: NYT Tue, 15 Oct 2019 13:26:03 -0400

    Latest search for Amelia Earhart plane comes up empty: NYTThe latest hunt for the remains of the plane of Amelia Earhart, the famed American aviatrix who disappeared over the Pacific in 1937, has turned up nothing. The New York Times reported Tuesday that an extensive search conducted by a team led by Robert Ballard, discoverer of the wreckage of the Titanic, had not turned up any evidence of Earhart's aircraft. The National Geographic Channel, which sponsored the expedition, is to air a documentary about the search on Sunday.

  • Woman will spend 60 years in prison for first-degree murder of boyfriend Tue, 15 Oct 2019 09:46:41 -0400

    Woman will spend 60 years in prison for first-degree murder of boyfriendA woman who poured gasoline on the couch where her sleeping boyfriend lay and then shut the door after seeing him jump up and yell "hot, hot" will spend 60 years in prison for first-degree murder.

  • Three US diplomats held near Russian test site where mystery blast killed five Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:18:38 -0400

    Three US diplomats held near Russian test site where mystery blast killed five* Russian foreign ministry says trio ‘obviously got lost’ * August explosion caused radiation levels to surgeA Russian navy official works on the Akula nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine at the Severodvinsk site in July. The August explosion there killed at least five people. Photograph: Sergei Bobylev/TassThree American diplomats were briefly detained in Russia near the military test site where a mysterious explosion released radiation in August, several Russia state news agencies have reported.The US embassy has confirmed the incident, the Interfax news service reported, but said the three diplomats had filed the proper paperwork to travel in the area.The Russian foreign ministry said the diplomats had named a different city as their destination and had “obviously got lost”.The report comes just days after the United States said the accident was caused by a nuclear reaction when Russia tried to retrieve a nuclear-powered cruise missile from the Barents Sea.The diplomats were detained on Monday on a train in the city of Severodvinsk, near where Russian authorities said they had been testing a rocket engine with a nuclear component before the accident took place.The diplomats, who have been identified by Interfax as military attaches, were later released, but could face administrative charges for traveling in a restricted military area, agencies reported.In a statement, the Russian foreign ministry confirmed that the diplomats were on an official trip and had informed the Russian defence ministry of their plans.“Only, they said their intention was to visit Arkhangelsk and they ended up en route to Severodvinsk,” the ministry said.“They obviously got lost. We are ready to give the US embassy a map of Russia,” the ministry added.The blast at the military test site in August killed at least five people and caused panic after radiation levels jumped to 16 times their normal levels in nearby Severodvinsk.Russian authorities have given little information about the accident. But a US diplomat this week said that the accident took place when Russia attempted to retrieve a nuclear-powered cruise missile called Burevestnik from the Barents Sea.“The United States has determined that the explosion near Nyonoksa was the result of a nuclear reaction that occurred during the recovery of a Russian nuclear-powered cruise missile,” Thomas DiNanno, the diplomat, said during a speech at the UN.Russia’s plans for a nuclear-powered cruise missile that could in theory fly indefinitely were first revealed by Vladimir Putin during a speech last year. The missile is still undergoing testing, and some weapons experts doubt if it can ever be made operable.Russia’s military was attempting to retrieve the missile from another failed 2017 test when the accident took place.It was not immediately clear whether the diplomats were traveling to or from Nyonoksa, the village near the military testing site, when they were detained. But train timetables would indicate they were returning from the village when they were arrested close to 6pm in Severodvinsk.Russia has maintained a shroud of secrecy around the incident, closing off waters in the White Sea to foreign ships to prevent them from collecting information about the explosion.

  • GM, UAW strike deal: Automaker, union reach tentative agreement on new contract Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:08:59 -0400

    GM, UAW strike deal: Automaker, union reach tentative agreement on new contractGeneral Motors and the United Auto Workers reached a proposed tentative agreement on a new contract Wednesday.

  • How Nazi Germany Crushed France During World War II (It Wasn't Luck) Wed, 16 Oct 2019 02:00:00 -0400

    How Nazi Germany Crushed France During World War II (It Wasn't Luck)Leadership was critical.

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  • Bomb Cyclone Slams Tri-State With Heavy Rain During PM Rush Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:40:43 -0400

    Storm Team 4 is tracking a nasty coastal storm that will slam the tri-state area with heavy rain and strong winds Wednesday into Thursday, a system threatening to dump up to 2 inches of rain in the city and more...

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  • NYPD Officer Dies From Self-Inflicted Gunshot in Queens Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:46:03 -0400

    An off-duty NYPD officer died after being found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound late Tuesday, police said

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  • New York School for the Deaf Sued For Sexual Abuse Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:34:11 -0400

    A dozen women filed a lawsuit alleging they had been sexually abused by a man at the school in White Plains in the 1960s and 70s, some of the victims as young as 3 years old at the time.
  • 'Totally Devastated': NJ Ride That Killed Girl, 10, Shut Down Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:21:51 -0400

    New Jersey officials have ordered a statewide shutdown of a type of ride popular at carnivals after a 10-year-old girl died on one in South Jersey.

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  • NYC City Council Debates Closing Jail on Rikers Island Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:09:06 -0400

    Some advocates support closing the troubled jail in favor of smaller facilities dispersed throughout the boroughs, while others say not enough is being done. Still, there are those who don't want the jails being...
  • LI Forces Vape Shops Closed as Part of Crack Down Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:49:40 -0400

    Seven vape shops were closed for violating Babylon town codes, but town officials say they were targeted as part of a campaign to keep vape targets away from kids. NBC New York’s Greg Cergol reports.
  • Astros Player Has Harsh Words for Yankees Fans Behavior Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:42:58 -0400

    Outfielder Josh Reddick didn't appreciate fans in the Bronx throwing bottles, baseballs and other objects onto the field after they didn't like a call, saying it's "dangerous and disrespectful."...
  • NYC Woman Pays off Student Loans, Celebrates With Funeral Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:22:22 -0400

    Many people with student loan debt feel buried. But one New York City woman decided to bury her loans instead. Mandy Velez, a journalist from the Daily Beast took to Instagram to celebrate the death of...

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  • Long Island Man Shocked By Huge Property Tax Increase Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:02:12 -0400

    After moving into his dream home, one Long Island resident expected his property taxes to go up. But he was stunned to learn they were jumping about $15,000. NBC New York’s Lynda Baquero reports.
  • 'Don't Be a Tough Guy': Trump's Letter to Erdogan Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:48:52 -0400
    President Donald Trump, right, shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, left, during a meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan, Saturday, June 29, 2019.
  • Manhattan Buildings Evacuated After Gas Man Break Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:47:45 -0400

    The buildings along Fifth Avenue between East 26th and East 28th Streets were evacuated while Con Edison investigated the source of the leak. People were allowed back into the buildings later in the afternoon...
  • Girl Playing With Lighter Catches Fire at NYC School: Source Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:52:51 -0400

    A 9-year-old girl appears to have accidentally set herself on fire in the bathroom of a Brooklyn School on Wednesday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials.
  • Massive 24-Scoop Ice Cream Sundae Debuts in Chelsea Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:35:05 -0400

    To celebrate National Dessert Day on October 14th, Sugar Factory has created a monster ice cream sundae called the Candy Kong Sundae.
  • Gas Leak Evacuates 2 Manhattan Buildings, Closes Roads Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:14:04 -0400

    Two multi-story buildings in Manhattan were evacuated Wednesday as Con Edison investigated the source of a possible gas leak, the utility said.

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  • Veteran NJ Cop Charged With Sex Abuse of Young Athletes Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:14:51 -0400
    Edward Giles, a veteran East Orange police officer, faces charges he allegedly sexually assaulted multiple boys while he was their football coach.
  • Former Pompeo Aide Testifies; Senate Talks Impeachment Trial Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:30:59 -0400
    Michael McKinley, right, the top aide to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, arrives for a joint interview with the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019.
  • Rain Postpones Game 4 of Yankees-Astros Series Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:12:05 -0400

    Game 4 of the Yankees-Astros AL Championship Series has been postponed.Game 4 will now be played Thursday at 8:08 p.m.

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  • An Old Pipe Caused a Massive Blast. Then Came the Acid Leak Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:46:00 -0400

    Thousands of pounds of deadly hydrofluoric acid escaped into the atmosphere following the massive June 21 blast at the now-shuttered gas refinery in South Philadelphia, according to a new federal report.
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  • Suspect in Death of 'Tarzan' Actor's Wife Was Couple's 30-Year-Old Son Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:53:06 -0400

    The wife of "Tarzan" actor Ron Ely was found dead with multiple stab wounds, and the suspect – the couple's 30-year-old son – was shot dead by responding deputies at the actor's Santa Barbara County home Tuesday...
  • Parents of British Teen Killed in Crash With Diplomat's Wife Reject Trump Offer to Meet Her Wed, 16 Oct 2019 11:27:15 -0400
    Charlotte Charles, mother of Harry Dunn, who died after his motorbike was involved in an August 2019 accident in Britain with Anne Sacoolas, wife of an American diplomat, speaks at a news conference joined by family members Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, in New York.


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  • William Barr, in Notre Dame speech, blasts 'militant secularists' over assault on religion Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:25:09 -0400

    Attorney General William P. Barr offered a withering evisceration of anti-religious sentiment last week, defending the central role of Judeo-Christian moral standards in American democracy, accusing "militant secularists" of an assault on religion that's become as intolerant as religions they criticize.

    "Those who defy the creed risk a figurative burning ...

  • Rights group meets in Brazil due to concerns about Bolsonaro Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:23:06 -0400

    SAO PAULO (AP) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is straining against democratic checks and balances, but so far is being restrained by Congress and the courts in a "still vigorous democracy," the executive director of Human Rights Watch said Wednesday.

    Roth told The Associated Press that the board of the ...

  • 'See you at the polls': Trump and Pelosi have it out Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:53:08 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - He said she's a third-rate politician. She said he's having a meltdown.

    And with that President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi chalked up the latest explosive meeting that ended abruptly with a walkout at the White House.

    It's a familiar ritual, with Trump and congressional ...

  • Adam Schiff to release transcripts of closed-door interviews in impeachment probe Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:45:19 -0400

    The lead House impeachment investigator says he will release transcripts of the closed-door interviews lawmakers have conducted with current and former administration officials.

    California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff says in a letter to colleagues that investigators will unveil the transcripts when "it will not jeopardize" the investigation.

    Schiff says he ...

  • 32 immigrants found inside refrigerated trailer in Arizona Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:22:56 -0400

    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Authorities say two drivers are facing federal human smuggling charges after 32 immigrants were found locked in a refrigerated semitrailer at a southern Arizona immigration checkpoint.

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents sent the semi for a secondary inspection Monday after being alerted by a trained ...

  • Inside the Beltway: Moody Analytics: Trump wins in 2020 Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:13:07 -0400

    Numbers and data from Moody Analytics based on three different economic models now predict a bodacious win for President Trump in 2020.

    "Trump looks likely to cruise to reelection next year under three different economic models Moody's Analytics employed to gauge the 2020 race. Barring anything unusual happening, the president's ...

  • Golf buddies no more? Trump, Graham swing apart over Syria Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:10:30 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The golf-and-politics alliance between President Donald Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham frayed Wednesday over Syria, with the South Carolina Republican threatening to become the White House's "worst nightmare" unless more is done to protect Kurdish fighters against Turkish attacks.

    Trump, in turn, suggested Graham focus on his ...

  • NRA criminal investigation sought by House Democrats Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:08:56 -0400

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee have asked the Justice Department and IRS to investigate the National Rifle Association.

    Reps. Gerald Connolly of Virginia and Jamie Raskin of Maryland wrote on Wednesday as leaders of subcommittees on civil rights and civil liberties and on government investigations to implore ...

  • Pete Buttigieg 2020 hopes rise on far-left attacks Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:30:15 -0400

    Pete Buttigieg is making his move in the Democratic race, sharpening his presidential campaign messages with a dire warning that the party's far-left wing is deepening the country's political divide by infuriating middle-of-the-road voters and thereby could throw the election to President Trump.

    The 38-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana, ...

  • Warren, candidate with the answers, dodges tax hike question Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:19:10 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Elizabeth Warren is rising to the top of the Democratic pack with ambitious promises to reshape the political and economic system. But as she faces growing scrutiny, the Massachusetts senator is opening herself to criticism that she's just another politician dodging the tough questions.

    She is in ...

  • Barack Obama endorses Justin Trudeau for Canadian prime minister Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:15:51 -0400

    Although he has remained mum so far on the U.S. presidential race, former President Obama threw his weight Wednesday behind embattled Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ahead of next Monday's close national election.

    Mr. Trudeau's Liberals are locked in a tight race with the Conservatives, with a personal scandal involving ...

  • Impeachment probe moves swiftly; ambassador to EU up next Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:08:40 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - For only the fourth time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives has started a presidential impeachment inquiry. House committees are trying to determine if President Donald Trump violated his oath of office by asking a foreign country to investigate a political opponent.

    Here's a quick summary ...

  • The Latest: Defendant in Giuliani associates probe gets bail Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:57:13 -0400

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Latest on the arrest of a Florida man wanted in a campaign finance case involving associates of Rudy Giuliani (all times local):

    5:55 p.m.

    A judge has set bail for a Florida man charged in a campaign finance case involving associates of Rudy Giuliani.

    David ...

  • Chelsea Clinton not running for Nita Lowey seat, she says on 'The View' Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:45:23 -0400

    NEW YORK — Chelsea Clinton is quashing the rumor that she might run for the New York congressional seat being vacated by retiring Rep. Nita Lowey.

    Clinton said on the talk show "The View" Wednesday that she is not considering running for Lowey's seat.

    The daughter of former president Bill ...

  • Man accused of making racist threats pleads not guilty Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:41:59 -0400

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The white man accused of cyberstalking and making racist threats against a black activist in Virginia has pleaded not guilty.

    The Daily Progress reports that 31-year-old Daniel McMahon entered his plea Wednesday in federal court in Charlottesville.

    McMahon was indicted last month by a grand jury ...

  • Republican lawmakers unmuzzled in rebuking Trump on Syria Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:41:11 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - A "dark day." A "betrayal." The "biggest mistake of this presidency," and "really delusional."

    And that was President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans.

    Trump's decision to pull American troops out of northern Syria - triggering a deadly Turkish invasion targeting the U.S.'s erstwhile Syrian Kurdish allies - ...

  • James Mattis 'world's most overrated general,' Donald Trump says Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:37:09 -0400

    President Donald Trump described former Defense Secretary James Mattis as "the world's most overrated general" during a meeting with Congressional leaders Wednesday to discuss Turkey's incursion into Syria.

    That's according to a Democrat familiar with the meeting who offered a readout of the contentious meeting on condition of anonymity.

    Trump, ...

  • Analysis: Trump impulsiveness a theme in impeachment, Syria Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:34:52 -0400

    WASHINGTON (AP) - A common denominator runs through the impeachment probe and the chaos unfolding in Syria: President Donald Trump's improvisational style of conducting foreign policy.

    The president's decision to push Ukraine to investigate a political rival prompted Democrats to launch the House impeachment inquiry, and Trump's critics equate his ...

  • Katherine Kerwin, Providence city councilor, lauds Christopher Columbus statue vandalism Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:31:32 -0400

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A city councilor in Rhode Island says she thinks the recent vandalism to a Christopher Columbus statue is a good thing.

    Democrat Katherine Kerwin told WPRO radio on Wednesday that she thinks the statue should be removed and that healthy civil disobedience is good for society and ...

  • Mike Rowe: Democrat millionaires 'arguing over who hates the millionaires the most' at debate Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:24:41 -0400

    American "everyman" Mike Rowe says Democrats sometimes came across as millionaire candidates arguing over who "hates the millionaires the most" during Tuesday's primary debate.  

    The author, celebrity, and man behind Work Ethic Scholarships given out each year by the mikeroweWORKS Foundation told "Fox & Friends" that some of ...

Houston Chronicle

  • Babysitter arrested after leaving kids unattended before they started motel fire in Spring Thu, 17 Oct 2019 01:13:43 UT

    Tara Elizabeth Piccione faces two felony charges of child abandonment.

  • Former Gulf Cartel commander sentenced in drug trafficking scheme Wed, 16 Oct 2019 22:29:27 UT

    Luis Ivan Nino-Duenes was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison

  • Caught on camera: Man suspected of burglarizing 3 Sugar Land churches is wanted by police Wed, 16 Oct 2019 18:55:01 UT

    Sugar Land police are actively searching for man who burglarized 3 local churches – Sugar Land Family Church, St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, and Faith Lutheran Church.

  • Ted Cruz slams LeBron James for ‘kissing up to tyrants and murderers’ Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:44:02 UT

    In the interview, Cruz directed his message to James, saying “kissing up to Chinese communists and tyrants and apologizing for murderers, that’s not a good look.”

  • How to get a full-size print of Reddick’s catch in Game 3 of the ALCS for $2 Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:09:38 UT

    The frameable shot of the catch is featured on a full spread of today’s print edition of the Houston Chronicle.

  • VIDEO: Suspects sought for fatally shooting Houston man trying to protect wife during robbery Wed, 16 Oct 2019 17:05:26 UT

    Houston police are trying to identify and locate three suspects involved in a fatal shooting in the 12600 block of Brookglade Circle around 12:30 a.m. Saturday Oct. 12.

  • The Browns banned the wrong fan. Now he's suing them. Wed, 16 Oct 2019 16:36:33 UT

    It took less than one game for the Cleveland Browns to extinguish the budding hope their fans had harbored during the offseason, and by the time Tennessee Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler returned a Baker Mayfield interception 38 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Cleveland's 43-13 loss at home in Week 1, fans were throwing beer on the Browns' celebrating opponents.

    After Titans cornerback Logan Ryan and the NFL Players Association complained about the beer shower, the Browns investigated. Eventually, a team official notified a man named Eric Smith via telephone call that he had been identified as the fan who threw the beer and had been permanently banned from the stadium.

    Smith was confused by the edict, considering he not only was not the fan who threw the beer but also hadn't even attended the game: He told The Post last month that he was at home with his family at the time of the game, preparing to head to his job as a DJ at a wedding about two miles to the northeast of FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns were unconvinced, however: Bob Sivik, the team's vice president of ticket sales and service, told Smith that they had identified him via camera footage that showed a man with a red beard and a tattoo on his arm showering Ryan with beer.

    But after The Post and others wrote Smith's claim, the Browns admitted that their investigation was ongoing and that they had not "explicitly identified the individual involved or taken any formal action of punishment at this time." While seemingly taking things in stride, Smith also expressed his frustration that the Browns had taken things this far.

    "It's about principle now. They need to do something," he told The Post.

    Apparently, they haven't: On Tuesday, Smith filed a lawsuit in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court against the Browns, First Energy Stadium, NFL...

  • Woman rescued from underneath SUV after being hit in southwest Houston Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:49:14 UT

    Houston firefighters helped rescue a woman who was trapped underneath an SUV after an auto-pedestrian collision on the wet roads of southwest Houston.

  • Instagram-famous pop up art exhibit, the Color Factory, is now open in Houston Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:12:15 UT

    A brand new interactive art exhibit that is sure to spice up your Instagram feed is now open in the Bayou City. Here's everything you need to know about visiting the Color Factory Houston.

  • Social media reacts to cold front as temperatures tease Houstonians Wed, 16 Oct 2019 15:12:07 UT

    And after several consecutive months of 90-plus degree weather, the Bayou City could use a hot weather break even if that means getting soaked beforehand.

  • Songs that explain life in Houston: Beyoncé, Scarface, Willie Nelson, more rep the Bayou City Wed, 16 Oct 2019 14:18:04 UT

    Houston and the surrounding areas have produced a wealth of legendary musicians and bands. So, which songs written by and, or performed by those native artists (and a few from outside the city/state) successfully encapsulate the Bayou City?

  • Homeowner fatally shot in Fort Bend County burglary near Cinco Ranch Wed, 16 Oct 2019 12:00:06 UT

    Deputies with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office received a call just after midnight from the homeowner stating that someone had broken a window in the back of his home in the 6900 block of Glen Rosa Drive, according to Sheriff Troy Nehls.

  • Soggy weather across Houston kicks off cold front, drops temperatures Wed, 16 Oct 2019 11:30:27 UT

    A band of mild showers is making its way across Houston and much of the southeastern part of Texas Wednesday as a cold front moves in, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service.

  • TV-radio listings: Oct. 16 Wed, 16 Oct 2019 08:00:00 UT


    Col. football

    South Alabama at Troy


    7 p.m.

    Col. volleyball

    Indiana at Maryland (w)

    Big Ten

    5 p.m.

    Col. volleyball

    Kentucky at Tennessee (w)

  • Nine compete for Needville Harvest Fest queen Wed, 16 Oct 2019 05:00:00 UT

    Nine young ladies are vying for the title of 2019 Needville Harvest Fest Queen, with the winner set to be crowned in ceremonies that begin at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at Harvest Park.

    Queen contestants are selling raffle tickets for $10, with a John Deere 4x4 Gator as top prize and a John Deere 48-inch zero-turn mower as second prize. Third prize is a $500 gift certificate, and $250 gift certificates will be awarded for fourth and fifth prizes.

    Raffle tickets are also available from any Little Miss or Mr. candidate and at several businesses in the Needville area.

    This year’s Harvest Fest queen will receive a $1,000 scholarship to help cover college costs.

    Four runners-up will also be named, and each contestant will receive an appreciation gift for participating in the Queen’s Contest.

    This year’s hopefuls are Alyssa Renae Cornejo, Treasure Ellerbe, Hannah Michele Elster, Jenna Lindemann, Jillian Renee Murphy, Desiree Ojeda, Hayley Nicol Patton, Bailie Eileen Pittman and Kyla Wieghat.

    Contestants must be residents of Needville, between the ages of 15 and 19, and are judged on individual and stage interviews.

    They are each required to sell a minimum of 50 raffle drawing tickets, with the contestant who sells the most receiving a percentage of what she sells.

    Contestants, all of whom attend Needville High School, are:

    Alyssa Renae Cornejo

    Cornejo, 16, is a junior and the daughter of Elizabethe Olvera and Francisco Olvera.

    She is a member of: Needville Sapphires Dance Team; Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE); Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA); Varsity Mixed and Treble choirs; and the debate team.


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  • Michael Bennet slams "idiotic" DNC rules that kept him from debate Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:40:44 -0400
    Bennet said the Democratic National Committee's rules make his opponents "seem more viable than I am, but I'm not sure they are"
  • Warren faces attacks from Democratic opponents during debate Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:39:58 -0400
    It was Senator Elizabeth Warren and not Joe Biden, who got most of the attention at the latest Democratic debate. Biden now trails Warren in early primary states and some national polls. Ed O'Keefe reports.
  • Democratic presidential candidates asked if they would pack the Supreme Court Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:35:31 -0400
    The top 2020 Democratic presidential contenders were asked at Tuesday's debate about expanding the Supreme Court, in a concept commonly referred to as "court packing." Zoe Tillman, a legal reporter for BuzzFeed News, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about the candidates reponses and the battle within the Democratic Party to make the courts a top issue in 2020.
  • Teen fighting suspension over rape-awareness note Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:34:56 -0400
    A teenager in Maine is fighting a suspension after warning classmates about an alleged rapist at school. School officials said her warning amounted to bullying. Errol Barnett reports.
  • House democrats say Trump had a "meltdown" in meeting on Syria Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:34:56 -0400
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump had a "meltdown" Wednesday during a contentious meeting at the White House. Nancy Cook, a White House reporter for Politico, and Siobhan Hughes, a Congressional reporter for The Wall Street Journal, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about what happened inside the White House.
  • House condemns Trump's Syria withdrawal Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:26:12 -0400
    President Trump faced condemnation from both Democrats and Republicans for essentially greenlighting a Turkish assault on a key U.S. ally in the fight against terror. More than two thirds of Republicans joined Democrats in a House vote to oppose the president's action. Paula Reid reports.
  • Fort Worth residents demand action after deadly police shooting Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:11:29 -0400
    The fallout continues after a black woman was shot and killed by a former officer in her own home. At a city council meeting, residents called for a change in policing tactics. Omar Villafranca reports.
  • Boxer Patrick Day dies at 27 of traumatic brain injury Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:00:38 -0400
    Day stayed down on the canvas for several minutes after a barrage of punches led to the stoppage during the 10th round of Saturday's fight against Charles Conwell
  • Chicago teachers to strike in country's third-largest district Wed, 16 Oct 2019 21:00:11 -0400
    After months of negotiation, the union was unable to reach an agreement with Chicago Public Schools
  • Utah trooper rescues man from oncoming train Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:46:53 -0400
    Dashcam video shows the moments a Utah trooper pulled an unconscious man from a car stopped on train tracks. He had just seconds before a train was set to crash into them. Carter Evans explains.
  • Trump defends Giuliani amid impeachment inquiry Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:46:53 -0400
    The House impeachment inquiry continued behind closed doors. The committees have been hearing from administration officials, past and present. A lot of the questions center around the work of the president's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
  • 10/16/19: Red and Blue Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:24:02 -0400
    Trump says the Kurds are 'no angels'; Packing the courts' after the 2020 election
  • Utah trooper saves unconscious driver from oncoming train Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:17:43 -0400
    The video shows Ruben Correa running up an embankment to pull a man from his car with just seconds to spare
  • Elton John calls Disney's "Lion King" remake a "huge disappointment" Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:14:21 -0400
    "The new version of The Lion King was a huge disappointment to me, because I believe they messed the music up," John said. "The magic and joy were lost."
  • Cuban immigrant dies in ICE custody in Louisiana Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:12:47 -0400
    A 43-year-old Cuban immigrant died at an ICE detention center in Lousiana, the local coroner said. Roylan Hernández Diáz died at the Richwood Correctional Center, becoming the second immigrant to die in U.S. custody this month. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez joined CBSN to discuss the latest on the investigation.
  • Cyntoia Brown-Long on redemption and life after prison Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:12:39 -0400
    Cyntoia Brown-Long sat down with CBS News’ Vladimir Duthiers for a sweeping interview on redemption and life after prison.
  • Parents of U.K. teen felt “ambushed” by White House visit Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:01:36 -0400
    British teen Harry Dunn was killed in a traffic accident involving American Anne Sacoolas. During a trip to the White House, Dunn's parents said the president surprised them with an offer to meet Sacoolas. Imtiaz Tyab explains.
  • Washington Nationals head to the World Series Wed, 16 Oct 2019 20:01:18 -0400
    There were plenty of ups and downs for the Washington Nationals this season. But the team managed to make it all the way to the World Series. Jan Crawford takes a look at their historic run.
  • Cyntoia Brown-Long on realizing she was a sex trafficking victim Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:49:26 -0400
    Brown-Long was released from prison in August after Tennessee's former governor commuted her sentence for murdering 43-year-old Johnny Allen
  • Parent sentenced to three weeks in college admissions scandal Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:39:55 -0400
    Marjorie Klapper was accused of paying $15,000 to rig her son's ACT


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