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On the day of the murder, former Northwestern University microbiology professor Wyndham Lathem rented a car and started driving west, away from his high-rise apartment in Chicago and the bloodied body of his 26-year-old boyfriend, Trenton James Cornell-Duranleau, who had been stabbed 70 times.
Ulta’s stock enjoyed a nice run during the first few months of the year, rising 23% through early June as investors grew excited about Ulta’s strong appeal with millennials, who were increasingly buying beauty items after seeing product recommendations online.
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The 16 members of the president’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities has become the latest group to abandon the president in protest at his response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va. last weekend, saying the “false equivalencies’ he is pushing cannot stand.
He wrote that he didn’t want “partisan bickering about my role” to cloud the administration or the work of Neomi Rao, who has been appointed Trump’s regulatory czar.
Stocks in the United States opened lower on Friday, following declines in Europe and Asia after terrorist attacks in Spain added to the issues concerning investors, spurring them to park their money in traditional safe havens.
Which measures volatility in the stock market and is known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge” — has jumped higher in recent weeks.
A day after spraining his right ankle, Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger received a day off for Sunday’s series finale against the Tigers.
Jacob Rhame, a triple-A reliever, became the player to be named later to complete the Dodgers’ trade with the Mets for Curtis Granderson.
Conservative activists cut short a planned rally in Boston on Saturday as thousands of counterprotesters chanted anti-Nazi slogans and waved signs condemning white nationalism.
The Boston Police Department announced on Twitter that the event, billed as a “Free Speech Rally,” had ended around 1:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon saying “demonstrators had left the [Boston] Common.” The tweet came just a few hours after dozens of rallygoers gathered at the historic Boston Common and were met with thousands of counterprotesters who had marched peacefully through downtown Boston.
The man accused of killing two police officers in what appeared to be an ambush in in Kissimmee, Florida, on Friday is a former Marine, records show.
Miller was stationed in various locations including Tampa, North Carolina and Okinawa, Japan, while enlisted as Marine, records show. According to Miller's online resume, he performed intelligence analysis during Operations Noble Eagle, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom while working with the United States Special Operations Command, CBS affiliate WKMG reports.
Everett Glen Miller, 45, has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Baxter, Kissimmee Police Chief Jeff O’Dell said earlier Saturday at a news conference.
The officers did not return fire, and it appears they were surprised, the police chief said, adding that authorities are still talking to witnesses to determine the timeline of events. Sheriff's deputies with a neighboring law enforcement agency later tracked Miller down to a bar and approached him.
There, Ms. Gersh, a real estate agent, encouraged Sherry Spencer, to disavow her son, Richard Spencer, a white supremacist, and donate to human rights causes.
He has used the site to champion a modern holocaust that would create an American white ethno-state and to target individuals whom he sees as enemies. During the white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Va., this month, Mr. Anglin live-blogged the proceedings.
About six months after getting on that train, he got on a jumbo jet to Australia where he met his new mom and dad, Sue and John Brierley.
They took Saroo back to their home on the Australian island of Tasmania where he had a toy filled room as big as his house in India.
Footage of a one-time event: the largest autonomous drone swarm ever — more than 100 Perdix drones, launched from three F-18 jet fighters, performing a complicated swarm maneuver for the first time.
The U.S. military has used the remotely piloted vehicles for more than 15 years, but now the devices are capable of flying missions autonomously — and in a swarm. This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent David Martin and producer Mary Walsh reported on the development of an autonomous drone called the Perdix, bringing viewers a rare glimpse of the future of combat.
Since then, the broomstick putters have virtually disappeared from the regular PGA Tour, but they remain in use among a handful of players on the senior circuit, the PGA Tour Champions.
The Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee was watching the second round of the United States Senior Open in June when television cameras zoomed in on Bernhard Langer as he attempted a 7-foot eagle putt on the 14th hole.
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich urged President Donald Trump on Sunday to stop the staff chaos at the White House and "settle it down."
"You can't keep putting new people in the lineup and think you're going to win a world championship," said Kasich, who is among those who think the staff churn is hampering Trump's ability to notch a major legislative victory. Strategist Steve Bannon last week became the latest top White House official to follow Trump's national security adviser, a chief of staff, two communications directors and a press secretary, and others, out the door.
An environmental crisis morphed into a housing crisis, and West Calumet became a national flash point, a cautionary tale about the Environmental Protection Agency’s underfunded cleanup program.
“It merely reflects the glaring lack of oversight and enforcement of existing housing and environmental laws,” said Debbie Chizewer, a Chicago-based attorney at Northwestern University’s Environmental Advocacy Clinic. “ECHA, the City of East Chicago and EPA all knew [about the lead] and did not act here to address this grave danger to this low-income community of color.”
Because, Scott Pelley says, he and his colleagues haven't been able to get the parents of Sandy Hook Elementary School out of their minds.
"We do have a responsibility," Pelley says of telling Sandy Hook stories, "because these parents don't want their children to be forgotten." The video above was originally published on April 16, 2017, and produced by Lisa Orlando, Ann Silvio and Will Croxton.