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5 takeaways from the fifth Democratic debate

5 takeaways from the fifth Democratic debate

The Democratic primary's top 10 polling candidates appeared in Atlanta and the debate matchup featured a night of mostly civil exchanges over the party’s policy rifts and plenty of tailored pitches as the candidates continued to court a still unsettled electorate less than three months before the first primaries. Interested in Democratic Party? Add Democratic…
1 officer killed, one more wounded whereas responding to home invasion

1 officer killed, one more wounded whereas responding to home invasion

A Detroit police officer was killed and another was wounded after responding to a home where a man apparently broke in looking to confront his girlfriend. The officers arrived at the home invasion on the city's west side Wednesday evening when the suspect opened fire with a high-powered rifle, authorities said. The residents of the…
16-year-pale lady nonetheless extra than one knives for assault on predominately dim church

16-year-pale lady nonetheless extra than one knives for assault on predominately dim church

A 16-year-old girl who is accused of planning to murder members of a predominantly black church went to "great lengths" to plan the attack, police said. The girl, who was not identified because she is a minor, collected multiple knives, such as kitchen and butcher knives, before she was arrested and charged for the alleged…
‘Cowardly act’: Metropolis mourns narcotics investigator shot ineffective on routine patrol

‘Cowardly act’: Metropolis mourns narcotics investigator shot ineffective on routine patrol

A Georgia community is in mourning after an experienced narcotics investigator was gunned down in a "cowardly act" while on a routine patrol Tuesday night, said the sheriff. Cecil Ridley, a narcotics investigator with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, was among the officers confronting individuals outside a convenience store in Augusta around 8:30 p.m., according…
Latino war damaged-down recordsdata $1M explain for immigration arrest

Latino war damaged-down recordsdata $1M explain for immigration arrest

Lawyers for a Latino American war veteran who was wrongfully detained by immigration agents in Michigan have filed a $1 million claim against the U.S. government for his three days in custodyNovember 20, 2019, 7:02 PM1 min read Lawyers for a Latino American war veteran who was wrongfully detained by immigration agents in Michigan have…
Officer shot in head, teen boy ache in the course of ‘chaotic’ pursuit of financial institution robber

Officer shot in head, teen boy ache in the course of ‘chaotic’ pursuit of...

A 17-year veteran officer with the Chicago police department is recovering after he was shot in the skull during a gun battle with bank robbery suspect Tuesday night. The injured Chicago officer, 46, was in serious but stable condition with a skull fracture and blood on the brain, a hospital official said. The "chaotic scene"…
Teen charged with abominate crime for posting ‘Slave within the marketplace’ ad on Craigslist: Police

Teen charged with abominate crime for posting ‘Slave within the marketplace’ ad on Craigslist:...

An Illinois teen has been arrested for a hate crime for allegedly placing a racist ad on Craigslist that included a photo of an African American classmate. The teen, who is a student at Naperville High School, appeared in court on Wednesday morning on two counts of felony hate crime and one count of disorderly…
Lawmakers label Transgender Day of Remembrance, highlighting transphobia, grim stats

Lawmakers label Transgender Day of Remembrance, highlighting transphobia, grim stats

Congressional lawmakers and 2020 presidential hopefuls marked this year's Transgender Day of Remembrance by encouraging their social followers to speak the names of those who died of anti-transgender violence. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Cory Booker, D-N.J., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., were among dozens of lawmakers who tweeted in support of the 20th annual…
Prince Andrew steps lend a hand from public duties after ‘sick-judged affiliation’ to Epstein

Prince Andrew steps lend a hand from public duties after ‘sick-judged affiliation’ to Epstein

Prince Andrew will step back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" over heavy criticism he has faced for his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, he said in a statement on Wednesday. Interested in Royal Family? Add Royal Family as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Royal Family news,…
Food bank tosses nearly $3 million in contemporary meals after ammonia leak

Food bank tosses nearly $3 million in contemporary meals after ammonia leak

Houston Food Bank is seeking volunteers to help with donations after it was forced to throw away nearly 2 million pounds of fresh food worth almost $3 million. An ammonia leak Tuesday night happened after one of the fans used to cool a refrigerated area "caved into the actual unit," Brian Greene, president of Houston…

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