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  • ‘Free, Melania’ offers new details about the life of a private first lady

    WASHINGTON — First lady Melania Trump, like those before her, has battled the vast juxtaposition between public perception and private citizen. And she remains, three years into her tenure, one of the most mysterious, quiet and press wary first ladies — warm at times, stone-faced at others. Despite being married to a reality star husband who can hardly bear to walk by a pack of reporters without saying something — or let a morning go by without a tweet — Melania Trump […]

  • ‘Several individuals’ arrested in connection to Mexico massacre of Mormon family: authorities

    MEXICO CITY — “Several individuals” suspected of involvement in the massacre of a Mormon family in northern Mexico last month were arrested Sunday, the Mexican Attorney General’s Office said in a news release. A person suspected of participating in the killings who was arrested in November led to “fundamental information and evidence” in the case, according to the release. The news of the arrests comes as survivors from the LeBaron family get ready to meet with Mexican President Andrés Manuel […]

  • Flight forced to return to airport after passenger fakes illness to get better seat, police say

    PENSACOLA, Fla. — A woman was taken off a plane and into custody after she faked an illness in an attempt to get a better seat on her flight, according to police. An American Eagle flight from Pensacola to Miami returned to the airport around 6:26 a.m. Friday, within an hour of takeoff, because a passenger was in need of medical assistance, according to a statement from American Airlines, the US carrier’s parent company. Shortly after takeoff, a female passenger […]

  • White House will not participate in Judiciary Committee hearing

    WASHINGTON — Neither President Donald Trump nor his attorneys will participate in Wednesday’s House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing, they said late Sunday. In a letter to Chairman Jerrold Nadler, White House counsel to the President Pat Cipollone said, “We cannot fairly be expected to participate in a hearing while the witnesses are yet to be named and while it remains unclear whether the Judiciary Committee will afford the President a fair process through additional hearings. More importantly, an invitation to […]

  • Both London Bridge stabbing victims identified as University of Cambridge graduates

    LONDON — Both the victims killed in a terror attack near London Bridge were University of Cambridge graduates, London’s Metropolitan Police said Sunday. Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, were both involved with Learning Together, a network of academics and criminal justice organizations, which was hosting an event at Fishmonger’s Hall where the attack began on Friday. Merritt worked as a course coordinator for Learning Together and Jones was a volunteer for the group, police said in a statement. […]

  • Snow storms heading for tri-state as millions travel home from Thanksgiving

    NEW YORK — As Thanksgiving travelers return home Sunday, a powerful storm reaching the East Coast has left millions under various winter weather alerts. Airlines have delayed or canceled hundreds of flights across the country on what is expected to be the busiest travel day in the US. American, Delta and other airlines issued travel waivers for those who want to cancel or change their plans. A winter storm that has pounded the Upper Midwest with heavy snow is now […]

  • How much snow will we get and how long will it last? See the winter weather timeline

    NEW YORK — Thanksgiving has come and gone — but the holiday weather nightmare is just getting started for the tri-state area. As millions of holiday travelers head back home, rain and snow started sweeping through New York and New Jersey early Sunday afternoon and will continue into Monday, even possibly lasting until early Tuesday morning. Precipitation in the city began late in the morning as a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain, and turned to snow by around […]

  • University of Cambridge graduate first victim identified in deadly London Bridge stabbing attack: report

    LONDON — A University of Cambridge graduate has been identified as one of the victims killed in a terror attack near London Bridge, British media reported. Jack Merritt, 25, worked as a course coordinator for Learning Together, a group linked to the University of Cambridge hosting the event at Fishmonger’s Hall where the attack began. Authorities have not officially confirmed the names of the victims pending formal identification from the coroner, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said. Merritt’s father, […]

  • Woman sues Chicago nightclub, alleging security stood by as she was sexually assaulted in alley

    CHICAGO  — A woman is alleging that employees at a Mexican restaurant and nightclub in Chicago escorted her to an alley behind the business and stood by as a man allegedly sexually assaulted her while she was intoxicated, according to lawyers who filed a lawsuit against the business. No arrests have been made in the incident, which allegedly occurred October 18 behind El Hefe Chicago at 15 West Hubbard Street, commonly known as El Hefe. Lawyers for the woman say […]

  • 49ers’ Richard Sherman donates over $7,000 to help eliminate middle school’s lunch debt

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Richard Sherman is known for his work on the football field, but the San Francisco 49ers’ cornerback is also doing important work off it. Sherman donated $7,491.27 to cover students’ lunch debt at Cabrillo Middle School, a public school in Santa Clara, California. The announcement was made by principal Stan Garber, who also posted a photo of him and Sherman posing together. He said Sherman gave him a personal check to cover the debt. “Richard’s gesture created […]

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