Daily Archives: April 2, 2018

McDonald’s theft suspect nicknamed ‘hamburglar’ sentenced

Court documents show that a woman who police say squeezed into a McDonald’s drive-thru window in Maryland to steal food, a drink and money has pleaded guilty. Continue reading

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FBI cracks its oldest case of mysterious Egyptian mummy’s head

The FBI has cracked its oldest case after successfully extracting DNA from a 4,000-year-old mummy’s head, answering a centuries-old question to whom exactly it belonged. Continue reading

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Man shot in head on Facebook Live as friends played with guns, cops say

A Houston man is on life support after he was reportedly shot in the head on Easter inside a car at a gas station while his friends were playing with two handguns. Continue reading

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Alabama man shoots friend he met at VA hospital before killing himself

An elderly man fatally shot his friend, whom he had met at an Alabama Veterans Affairs hospital, before killing himself over the weekend, police said. Continue reading

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50 years after King’s death, his children are still grieving

When Martin Luther King Jr. was killed on a hotel balcony in Memphis, a movement lost its leader – and four children also lost their father. Continue reading

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Bernice King discusses her father, his legacy in Memphis

Bernice King stared with purpose at the video of her father, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., concentrating on the tired look in his eyes as he spoke to reporters in the days before he was gunned down at a motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Continue reading

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Roger Stone’s claim he ‘dined with’ WikiLeaks founder draws Special Counsel Mueller’s scrutiny: report

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating an Aug. 2016 email by former Trump adviser and political consultant Roger Stone in which he claimed to have “dined with” the founder of WikiLeaks, according to a report. Continue reading

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Migrant caravan raising concerns in US takes break in Mexico

A big caravan of Central American migrants that has stirred up concerns in the U.S., including drawing tweets from President Donald Trump, has halted its march for a rest at a sports field in southern Mexico. Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia’s crown prince slams Obama’s Iran nuclear deal, backs Israel’s right to exist

Saudi Arabia’s young crown prince affirmed Israel’s right to exist and criticized former President Obama’s Iran policy in an interview published Monday, signaling major progress in President Trump’s Middle East agenda. Continue reading

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Frantic search for boy who may have fallen into Los Angeles drainage ditch

Authorities in Los Angeles on Sunday are searching for a 13-year-old boy who may have fallen into a drainage ditch in Griffith Park. Continue reading

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Villanova dominates Michigan to clench NCAA National Championship title

The redshirt sophomore scored 18 points in the first half to help Villanova pull away from Michigan as the Wildcats defeated the Wolverines 79-62 at the Alamodome in San Antonio Monday night to capture their second NCAA men’s basketball championship in… Continue reading

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Fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe stops taking online donations for legal defense fund after collecting more than $500G

Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe will stop accepting donations to pay for his legal bills Monday evening, after raising more than a half a million dollars. Continue reading

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SUV carrying family accelerated off California cliff, CHP says

The California Highway Patrol on Sunday said evidence suggests that the SUV carrying the family that drove off the side of the Pacific Coast Highway was at one point stopped and then accelerated off the side of the road. Continue reading

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Man who blamed cold meds after wife brutally killed was ‘American Psycho’ fan, investigators say

The North Carolina man who allegedly killed his wife and blamed it on a cold medicine stupor reportedly had a fascination with “American Psycho.” Continue reading

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Planes crash on runway at Indiana airport, killing 2 firefighters

Two people have died in Indiana after two planes crashed on an airport runway in Grant County. Continue reading

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Trump supporter attacked by 2 women at DC restaurant, police say

A woman was assaulted in the nation’s capital for supporting President Donald Trump, police say. Continue reading

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Trump Justice Department sets up quotas on immigration judges to speed up deportations

Trump administration officials said Monday they’re seeking to speed deportations, and will impose quotas on federal immigration judges, according to reports confirmed by Fox News. Continue reading

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Student driver misses turn, slams into mobile home in Indiana

Police say someone learning to drive ended up driving into a mobile home Monday on the southwest side of Indianapolis. Continue reading

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Human remains buried in field ID’d as Connecticut woman; death labeled ‘suspicious’

Authorities in Connecticut have identified human remains that were found buried in a wetlands area last week and have deemed the death suspicious. Continue reading

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Hiker, 24, plunges to his death from dangerous Hawaii trail

A man who was hiking Hawaii’s Olomana Trail reportedly plummeted hundreds of feet to his death on Sunday after he reportedly tried to grab his hat, marking the fourth death linked to the dangerous trail since 2011. Continue reading

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