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Puppy Burned To Death After Florida Landlord Sets Tenant’s Home On Fire Following Argument Over Stolen Towel

Puppy Burned To Death After Florida Landlord Sets Tenant’s Home On Fire Following Argument Over Stolen Towel

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 511 1.5k A Florida landlord set her tenant’s home on fire after the duo had an argument over a bath towel. A puppy died in the blaze.According to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Department, the landlord, identified as 57-year-old Robin Hamilton, set her tenant, Jackie Huckaby’s home on fire after the two fought over a stolen towel. Alachua County Sheriff’s deputies and the Cross Creek Fire Department on Saturday afternoon responded to a home near southeast 174th Place in Hawthorne after receiving reports of a...

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May 13, 2020
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Why Won’t TV News Book Tara Reade?

Why Won’t TV News Book Tara Reade?

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 47k 134.2k There were good reasons to be skeptical of her 20-year-old allegations: She’d changed her story and said some weird stuff, and even denied the whole thing under oath.And while the candidate had his flaws, he’d never been accused of sexual assault. So not everybody believed Juanita Broaddrick’s that Bill Clinton raped her.“You cannot blame them,” Ms. Broaddrick told me on the phone Wednesday. “Here I had lied in the Paula Jones suit, and that naturally threw very harsh criticism toward me, rightfully.”You...

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April 30, 2020
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Newspaper’s Top Editor Is Now a ‘Homeless’ Blogger

Newspaper’s Top Editor Is Now a ‘Homeless’ Blogger

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 25k 71.4k On Wednesday he was laid off. On Friday he was living in a Motel 6.Rich Jackson, a 54-year-old journalist who worked as the top editor of The Herald-Times, a Gannett-owned newspaper in Bloomington, Ind., received the bad news in the parking lot next to the paper’s headquarters. He was also told he would have to vacate the apartment in the same building, where he had been living for 10 months. Unable to go the newsroom, Mr. Jackson started a blog. He called it “In terms of writing, I always look for key...

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May 4, 2020
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‘Not a Welcoming Name’: Calls to Drop ‘Plantation’ Gain Steam Nationwide

‘Not a Welcoming Name’: Calls to Drop ‘Plantation’ Gain Steam Nationwide

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 22k 62.7k When Dharyl Auguste was 3 years old, he and his parents packed all of their belongings and left their home in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to immigrate to the United States.The family settled initially in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., before moving to nearby Sunrise. When it was time for Mr. Auguste to attend middle school, he and his parents relocated again, this time to Plantation, Fla. Mr. Auguste welcomed the move, he said, because it was easier for him to see his friends and access public transportation.But...

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Jul 11
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The President’s Shock at the Rows of Empty Seats in Tulsa

The President’s Shock at the Rows of Empty Seats in Tulsa

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 79.6k 227.3k President Trump and several staff members stood backstage and gazed at the empty Bank of Oklahoma Center in horror.Mr. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence had canceled plans at the last minute to speak at an outdoor overflow rally that was almost entirely empty, despite claims of nearly one million people registering for tickets to attend the event in Tulsa, Okla., and the president’s false boast of never having an empty seat at one of his events.The president, who had been warned aboard Air Force One...

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Jun 21
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Russia Secretly Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill Troops, U.S. Intelligence Says

Russia Secretly Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill Troops, U.S. Intelligence Says

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 23.5k 67k WASHINGTON — American intelligence officials have concluded that a Russian military intelligence unit secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing coalition forces in Afghanistan — including targeting American troops — amid the peace talks to end the long-running war there, according to officials briefed on the matter.The United States concluded months ago that the Russian unit, which has been linked to assassination attempts and other covert operations in Europe intended to destabilize...

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Jun 26
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Joni Ernst and Donald Trump Could Both Be in Trouble in Iowa

Joni Ernst and Donald Trump Could Both Be in Trouble in Iowa

Filter End of Content No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 19.7k 56.2k Iowa was not on anyone’s bingo card of 2020 battlegrounds. carried the state by nine percentage points in 2016, and a year ago prominent Democrats in the state passed up the chance to challenge Senator Joni Ernst, a popular Republican seeking re-election.But with the political ground under Mr. Trump amid multiple crises, Iowa is unexpectedly in play in the presidential and Senate races this year, moving Republicans to high alert. Democrats, who a few years ago were shrouded in despair that their party...

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Jun 20
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C.D.C. Call for Data on Vaccine Recipients Raises Alarm Over Privacy

C.D.C. Call for Data on Vaccine Recipients Raises Alarm Over Privacy

Filter Load More No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 14.1k 40.3k WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is requiring states to submit personal information of people vaccinated against Covid-19 — including names, birth dates, ethnicities and addresses — raising alarms among state officials who fear that a federal vaccine registry could be misused.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is instructing states to sign so-called that commit them for the first time to sharing personal information in existing registries with the federal government. Some states, such as New...

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Dec 8
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Police Drones Are Starting to Think for Themselves

Police Drones Are Starting to Think for Themselves

Filter Load More No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 13.9k 39.8k CHULA VISTA, Calif. — When the Chula Vista police receive a 911 call, they can dispatch a flying drone with the press of button.On a recent afternoon, from a launchpad on the roof of the Chula Vista Police Department, they sent a drone across the city to a crowded parking lot where a young man was asleep in the front seat of a stolen car with drug paraphernalia on his lap.When the man left the car, carrying a gun and a bag of heroin, a nearby police car had trouble following as he sprinted across the street and...

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Dec 5
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The Supreme Court’s Increasingly Dim View of the News Media

The Supreme Court’s Increasingly Dim View of the News Media

Filter Load More No Result View All Result No Result View All Result 10.2k 29k WASHINGTON — Last month, in , a prominent federal judge lashed out at the news media.“Two of the three most influential papers (at least historically), The New York Times and The Washington Post, are virtually Democratic Party broadsheets,” wrote of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. “And the news section of The Wall Street Journal leans in the same direction.”“Nearly all television — network and cable — is a Democratic Party trumpet,” he wrote. “Even the government-supported National...

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Apr 19
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