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The July slaying of a man allegedly at the hands of two university staffers was a part of a twisted sexual fantasy that began online, prosecutors said Sunday.
Wyndham Lathem, an associate professor and microbiologist at Northwestern University, in Illinois, and Andrew Warren, a financial officer at Oxford University, in England, have been charged with first degree murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of Lathem’s boyfriend, authorized said.
Juli Inkster has overseen the forceful reply in becoming the second woman to lead the United States to multiple Solheim Cup wins.
Anna Nordqvist raced to the seemingly unassailable position of 4 up against Lexi Thompson at the turn before the American produced a stunning run, played a seven-hole stretch in eight under par to move to 1 up. Nordqvist would have been forgiven dizziness but instead played a glorious approach shot into the 18th, with a subsequent concession ensuring the halved match.
Former skinhead and Life After Hate co-founder Christian Picciolini says that an Obama-era federal grant his organization received to help combat "far-right" extremism was rescinded under the Trump administration shortly after President Donald Trump took office. "Under President Obama, my organization, Life After Hate, was awarded a $400,000 grant to help combat far-right extremism.
When President Trump took office, immediately that grant was rescinded," Picciolini told CBS News' John Dickerson on "Face the Nation" Sunday. "We were the only organization of the pool of grantees that was focused on white supremacist, extremists and disengaging people from that movement," he said.
The images that have graced Dick Gregory’s obituaries show the comic-turned activist with a long white beard and a weathered face, educating crowds about the killing of Trayvon Martin or police brutality.
Before his transformation into an activist, Gregory was a man on a stage in front of a sometimes-hostile crowd, making acerbic, insightful jokes about race, segregation and the civil rights movement that still resonate half a century later.
Normally the home stadium for the Phillies’ Short-Season Single-A Williamsport Crosscutters, Historic Bowman Field will set the stage for an unusual — and unprecedented — matchup between the NL Central rivals as they take the field for the first-ever MLB Little League Baseball Classic.
The Pirates and Cardinals will switch things up for Sunday’s series finale, moving from the spacious PNC Park to the renovated Minor League confines of BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field.
The recent article published on Vogue about James and his wife Savannah, the author shared a story told to him by Gabrielle Union, actress and wife of Dwyane Wade.
As Union tells the story, during a snorkeling trip in the Bahamas, Lebron noticed one person wasn’t back in the boat at the end of the session. The California native has one year to go on his contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder after being traded there by the Indiana Pacers.
Birmingham’s August 22 primary is one of dozens of 2017 races where progressive candidates are trying to climb into power, knitting together community organizers, new activists and the remnants of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.)
In that time, Democrats have been locked out of national power, further diminished in state legislatures and wiped out in rural America. That has left the increasingly blue cities and suburbs as the obvious places for Democrats to attempt to rebuild.
"I am proud to serve my country as the 77th Treasury Secretary at this critical time in our history, and I do so with a goal of taking actions to improve the economy for the benefit of all our citizens," Mnuchin said in a statement released on his personal Twitter account late Saturday. "I was honored to travel to all parts of the country with the president during his campaign, be chosen by the president to be Treasury Secretary and will continue to pursue his agenda," he added.
She has done NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” appeared on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast, and her new memoir, “Rabbit: The Autobiography of Ms. Pat,” is drawing notice for its unforgiving and darkly hilarious portrait of her rise from the grimmest of circumstances.
Beyond the psychological abuse, his physical abuse extended to smacking her with a gun that went off, wounding her in the back of the head.
Two decades ago, the rebellious destruction sprang from the imagination of the playwright Tony Kushner, who presciently placed a Confederate statue-toppling in his powerful musical, “Caroline, or Change,” which ran briefly on Broadway in 2004 and has been widely performed since.
She’s understanding her mother’s sacrifices, and the strength and resistance shown by people whose resistance is not immediately identifiable as that.”
A father and daughter were booted from a Frontier Airlines flight last week after the crew reportedly felt threatened by a conversation the pair were having before the plane had taken off.
The Millers told the news station that they had already been delayed for eight hours and were talking privately about how “miserable” the Frontier crew and experience had been. The incident occurred Wednesday after Eric Miller, 70, and his daughter, Whitney Miller, 25, had boarded a flight from Orlando to St. Louis, according to News 6 Orlando.
The California woman who livestreamed the brutal crash that killed her 14-year-old sister and injured another teenager say the video makes her look like “a monster.”
“I didn't even know I looked like a monster — like, I look like a freaking horrible monster,” Sanchez said of the video she took last month as her little sister died in the wreck. In a Friday night phone interview with NBC Fresno affiliate KSEE from jail — where she is being held on $300,000 bail — Obdulia Sanchez, 18, said she drove while filming herself often on Instagram and Snapchat, but she had never crashed before.
The death of Ms. Le Guelvout’s brother was part of a quiet epidemic of suicide among French farmers with which stoical rural families, the authorities, public health officials and researchers are trying to grapple.
The most recent statistics, made public in 2016 by France’s public health institute, show that 985 farmers killed themselves from 2007 to 2011 — a suicide rate 22 percent higher than that of the general population.
Neither the threat of nuclear war nor 80 percent humidity could halt the dedication of the J.F.K. Islanders, and the same could be said for most others on this tiny Pacific island: Life goes on.
From issues of environmental protection to answering the call of the church, the youth on Guam have many different perspectives, but together, they share similar hopes and dreams, and a drive to preserve, honor and shape the future of their island.
Though you can view a version of the eclipse simply by creating a pinhole camera with your fist and see an image of the sun on the ground, many would-be watchers have acquired eclipse glasses.
As Sunday afternoon rolled round, Americans who might normally dread the arrival of another Monday instead busied themselves preparing for the first total coast-to-coast solar eclipse in nearly a century. Millions are expected to watch the eclipse, which will begin in Oregon at about 1:15 p.m. E.T. and move east, ending its stateside run in South Carolina at close to 2:49 p.m. E.T. Sadly for many of us, no one has declared a national holiday.