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Many cheered when he went off the air. KKK leader threatens to ‘burn’ Latina journalist, the first black person on his property. Liberty University graduates return diplomas because of support for Trump by Jerry Falwell Jr.. Tales from the path of totality: 62 years ago today, they say, ‘little green men’ invaded this Kentucky farm town
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.
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.
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.
The winning numbers in Powerball's massive $535 million jackpot drawn Saturday are 17, 19, 39, 43, 68 and Powerball number 13.
The winning numbers for the $535 million jackpot will be drawn at 11 p.m. Tickets are $2, and sales time cut offs vary by state but are usually one to two hours before the drawing. The winning numbers in Powerball's massive $535 million jackpot drawn Saturday are 17, 19, 39, 43, 68 and Powerball number 13.
Roll on day 2! #jayz #vfest2017. The hits attest to the strength and consistency of the Jay-Z catalogue, but 4:44 can’t help but feel like a turning point – finding its strength in vulnerability, swapping swagger for introspection.
Tonight, he walks onto a sparsely decorated stage – just lights and a 40-foot tall metallic Jeff Koons inflatable dog, appropriately for the man who once rapped “Jeff Koons balloons / I just wanna blow up” – with hood pulled over his baseball cap, face hidden, launching into a five-track blitz from his latest album, the dark, often brilliant 4:44.
It was the Anna Risch he got to know two years later — the one whose suicidal thoughts had put her into a hospital — whom he fell in love with.
Before Ms. Risch’s descent into depression, she was a romantic spitfire in the habit of keeping boyfriends no longer than what Mr. Sutter called a nine-month “limerence phase.” (Limerence, for those not as fluent in psychological terminology as Mr. Sutter, means a state of mind resulting from romantic attraction, characterized by euphoria.)
Start cooking 500g of spaghetti in plenty of boiling salted water, and slice your chilli (around a tablespoonful, or more if you prefer) and around 4 cloves of garlic about a millimetre thick.
Toss the pasta really well through the oil, garlic and chilli, adding a little more cooking water from the pasta if it is too dry, as you want the garlicky hot oil to really cling to the spaghetti, and serve straight away.
Ross owns more than 1,500 stores in 37 states under the banners "Ross Dress For Less" and "dd's DISCOUNTS," and it's opening more than 80 stores annually at a time when department stores are losing sales and shutting down hundreds of stores.
The discount shoe retailer said Tuesday that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and would immediately close 400 stores in the US and Puerto Rico.
“Liberals should bear in mind that the first identity movement in American politics was the Ku Klux Klan,” he wrote, adding: “Those who play the identity game should be prepared to lose it.”
Like so many other straight white male academics of a certain age, he is preoccupied with the excesses of political correctness on American campuses today. Unfortunately, he also resembles his colleagues in his inability to peer over ivy-covered walls to give us an accurate vision of the world beyond his classroom.
“This team has their makeup, their identity, what it is,” Granderson said before scoring the go-ahead run in the Dodgers’ 3-0 interleague victory over Detroit. “I’m just trying to come in and be a part of it.”
Granderson handled center field in 58 games for the Mets this season, but the Dodgers view him primarily as a left fielder. Andre Ethier is still expected to compete to earn a role as a pinch-hitter when he makes his 2017 debut in September, Roberts said.
The 2010 census data show that 60% of Los Angeles’s African Americans live in neighborhoods where few whites are present.
During World War II, more than 10,000 African American families moved to Los Angeles for jobs in military production, and government-mandated segregation moved west. Desperate for labor, companies were hiring black workers for the first time, yet unless these migrants could find housing, war mobilization would stall.