Daily Archives: October 27, 2016

Robert E. Lee’s Gettysburg headquarters recieves $6M restoration

Over the decades, the stone house and grounds that served as Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s headquarters at Gettysburg sprouted a motel, restaurant and other modern structures that dismayed preservationists and Civil War buffs keen on historic authen… Continue reading

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Q&A: Satanic Temple founder on group’s religious battles

The Satanic Temple is waging religious battles along a variety of fronts nationwide, and its co-founder says it’s just getting started. Continue reading

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Police arrest 141 people in North Dakota oil pipeline protest

A months-long protest over the Dakota Access oil pipeline reached its most chaotic pitch yet when hundreds of law enforcement officers moved in to force activists off private property. Continue reading

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Michigan men adopt stray dog, puppies at bachelor party

A group of men from Michigan have returned from a bachelor party in Tennessee with a stray dog and her litter of puppies in tow. Continue reading

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Man accused of raping teen relative can’t be own attorney

An Ohio man accused of imprisoning and raping a teenage relative has had his latest request to represent himself turned down. Continue reading

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A year on, Brazil valley waits for recovery from mine flood

Spreading below lush mountains, this valley is rich in mineral wealth, including veins of gold and one of the largest iron ore deposits in the planet, discoveries that turned the area into Brazil’s mining country and the birthplace of one of the world’… Continue reading

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Families are pleading for answers in Australian theme park deaths

Relatives of some of the people killed at a theme park when their ride malfunctioned are pleading for answers into their loved ones’ deaths. Continue reading

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Bear attacks man walking his dog near Alaska airport

A bear mauled a man out with his dogs before dawn Thursday on a runway of the small airport in the southern Alaska town of Seward, officials said. Continue reading

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Angry birds: California college town trying to rein in rowdy turkeys

Leaders of a California college town are working to relocate turkeys that have been harassing people on the streets. Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia says Yemen rebels fire missile toward Mecca

Saudi Arabia says rebels in Yemen have fired a ballistic missile toward the holy Muslim city of Mecca, their deepest strike yet into the kingdom. Continue reading

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Manson follower ‘Tex’ Watson denied parole in California

California parole officials recommended Thursday that Charles “Tex” Watson, the self-described right-hand man of murderous cult leader Charles Manson, should remain in prison 47 years after he helped plan and carry out the slayings of pregnant actress … Continue reading

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All-Australian consortium withdraws bid for cattle empire

An all-Australian consortium has withdrew its bid to buy Australia’s largest cattle empire after the country’s richest woman announced she is prepared to buy it outright without a Chinese partner. Continue reading

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Families plead for answers in Australian theme park deaths

Relatives of some of the people killed at a theme park when their ride malfunctioned are pleading for answers into their loved ones’ deaths. Continue reading

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Filipino mayor among 10 dead in clash with anti-drug police

Philippine anti-narcotics officers gunned down a town mayor and nine of his men in a clash Friday in one of the bloodiest operations since President Rodrigo Duterte launched a crackdown on illegal drugs. Continue reading

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Kashmir kids find refuge in makeshift schools amid uprising

When Kashmir erupted in anti-India protests almost four months ago, 14-year-old Shazia Batool was sequestered at home — forbidden from venturing out as stone-throwing protesters faced off in street clashes with government forces and demanded an end to Indian rule in the disputed Himalayan region. Continue reading

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Repo man charged in woman’s death considers plea deal

A Utah repossession agent charged with causing the death of a woman by forcing her off the road while trying to take back her car is considering a plea deal. Continue reading

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Jury awards ex-Penn State football assistant at center of Sandusky case $7.3M in defamation suit

A jury awarded a former Penn State assistant football coach $7.3 million in damages Thursday, finding the university defamed him after it became public that his testimony helped prosecutors charge Jerry Sandusky with child molestation. Continue reading

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Q&A: What to know about the Oregon ranching standoff case

In a case sure to rouse strong feelings about control of Western lands, a jury found the leaders of the armed group that took over a national wildlife refuge in rural Oregon not guilty of conspiracy and possession of firearms at a federal facility. Continue reading

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Man leading police on car chase stops at In-N-Out for food

Authorities say a man didn’t go to jail hungry after making a stop at a fast food restaurant as he led Arizona police on a car chase. Continue reading

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Wyoming authorities plan to search landfill for baby’s body

Wyoming law enforcement officials are planning to search a northern Colorado landfill for the body of a 13-month-old Cheyenne boy who’s been missing since Saturday, authorities say. Continue reading

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