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Jul 09, 2019

A tropical mess is taking shape along the northern Gulf Coast, and Barry could form soon
One thing is certain: It will rain. A lot.

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Jul 09, 2019

Man charged with brutal stabbing told police the dead teen's rap music made him feel ‘unsafe'
The suspect told investigators that 17-year-old Elijah Al-Amin did not say or do anything to provoke him before the attack.

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Jul 09, 2019

She urged her boyfriend to die. Now she's asking the Supreme Court to call it free speech.
In a petition, lawyers for the young woman asked the nation's top court to vacate her conviction for involuntary manslaughter.

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Jul 09, 2019

Two active-duty Marines arrested after allegedly smuggling undocumented Mexican immigrants
In interviews with authorities, the Marines appeared to blame each other for how they ended up in trouble.

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Jul 09, 2019

Hospices go unpunished for reported maggots and uncontrolled pain, watchdog finds
Medicare must do more to prevent patient harm, the Health and Human Services inspector general said in a report issued Tuesday.

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Jul 09, 2019

An artist shamed Google with his doodle. Then Google called about a job.
Davian Chester posted on Facebook, "So I noticed that Google didn't make a doodle for Juneteenth. I decided to help out! lol."

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Jul 09, 2019

A music festival charged white people double. Then the backlash started.
Detroit's Afrofuture Fest reversed course, saying that after receiving racist comments on social media, they had decided to change their ticketing model in the interest of safety.

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Jul 09, 2019

A state long linked to oranges looks to a lucrative future — with hemp
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried envisions a $5 billion hemp industry to replace citrus "ghost groves."

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Jul 09, 2019

Florida principal reassigned after refusing to call the Holocaust a 'factual, historic event'
The principal apologized but district officials said he could not keep his job.

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Jul 09, 2019

One-year-old Indiana girl dies after falling 11 stories from cruise ship window
A Puerto Rican official said the child fell from the Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas onto pavement at a dock in San Juan, perhaps from the hands of a grandparent.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 08, 2019

What black students who were bused said about their experiences
It worked in some important ways, and didn't in others. Here's what they said.

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Jul 08, 2019

First, they lost their children. Then the conspiracy theories started. Now, the parents of Newtown are fighting back.
Parents see gains in a fight many hesitated to wage.

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Jul 08, 2019

A tropical storm is likely to form in the Gulf of Mexico late this week and may become a big rainmaker
Exactly where any storm might strike along the Gulf Coast is still uncertain. Locations from Texas to Florida should keep watch.

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Jul 08, 2019

Trump defends environmental record that critics call disastrous
Trump's address, covering policies ranging from marine debris to hunting on public lands, comes as environmental issues are gaining traction in the 2020 presidential campaign

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Jul 08, 2019

She gave birth to twins through IVF. But the babies weren't hers, a lawsuit alleges.
After six years of trying to conceive, a couple transferred two embryos they thought had been created from their genetic material. The results suggested otherwise.

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Jul 08, 2019

Admiral set to take over Navy will instead retire amid allegations of inappropriate professional relationship
Adm. William Moran was due to take over as chief of naval operations on Aug. 1.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 08, 2019

A Detroit music festival charged white people double. Then the backlash started.
Afrofuture Fest reversed course, saying that after receiving racist comments on social media and threats from white supremacists, they had decided to change their ticketing model in the interest of safety.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 08, 2019

A high school principal wouldn't call the Holocaust a ‘factual, historical event.' Now, he's apologized.
Critics blasted William Latson, principal of Spanish River Community High School in Boca Raton, Fla., as a "Holocaust denier."

Washington Post Nation
Jul 08, 2019

Disney Channel mainstay and ‘Grown Ups' actor dies at 20
Cameron Boyce had a seizure in his sleep, "which was a result of an ongoing medical condition," according to a statement from his family.

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Jul 08, 2019

Admiral set to take over Navy retires amid allegations of inappropriate professional relationship
Adm. William Moran maintained a professional relationship with a former staffer accused of acting inappropriately toward female officers.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

Disney Channel mainstay and ‘Grown Ups' actor, dies at 20
Cameron Boyce had a seizure in his sleep, "which was a result of an ongoing medical condition," according to a statement from his family.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

A barista asked police to leave because a guest felt uncomfortable. Starbucks has apologized.
The company has apologized to police in Tempe, Ariz., after six officers said they were asked to leave one of the coffee chain's stores because another customer said the officers made them feel unsafe.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

5th Circuit decision on ACA could create political havoc for GOP
Appellate court ruling carries high political stakes for 2020 presidential and congressional candidates, as well as American consumers.

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Jul 07, 2019

FBI, ICE find state driver's license photos are a gold mine for facial-recognition searches
The state DMV databases form the bedrock of an unprecedented surveillance infrastructure, allowing federal investigative and immigration agents to scan hundreds of millions of Americans' faces without their knowledge or consent.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

Effective but never popular, court-ordered busing is a relic few would revive
While Joe Biden has come under attack for opposing busing in the 1970s, the politics around America's premier school desegregation program have always been complicated.

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Jul 07, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein taken into custody in New York on new charges related to sex crimes involving minors
The multimillionaire had previously reached an agreement with prosecutors to resolve allegations that he molested dozens of young girls.

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Jul 07, 2019

Explosion at Florida strip mall leaves at least 23 injured
A gas leak at the shopping center has been secured, officials said, but the cause of blast has yet to be determined.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

Effective but never popular, court-ordered busing is a relic few would revive.
While Joe Biden has come under attack for opposing busing in the 1970s, the politics around America's premier school desegregation program have always been complicated.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

California had its largest quake in years — then an even bigger one hit
The epicenter of Friday night's earthquake was about 10 miles northeast of Ridgecrest, Calif., a city of 28,000 that had already declared a state of emergency after Thursday's 6.4-magnitude temblor.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 07, 2019

Yes, breast cancer survivors, you can lift weights, get manicures and garden
Patients had been warned those activities might lead to a painful complication called lymphedema, which can cause irreversible swelling in the arm and often hardening of skin.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 06, 2019

Explosion at Florida strip mall leaves 21 injured
A gas leak at the shopping center has been secured, officials said, but the cause of blast has yet to be determined.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 06, 2019

Explosion at Florida strip mall leaves at least 15 injured; video shows damage
A gas leak at the shopping center has been secured, officials said, but the cause of blast has yet to be determined.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 06, 2019

Teaching global warming in a charged political climate
Their training doesn't cover it and many textbooks don't touch it, but teachers are taking on climate change anyway.

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Jul 06, 2019

Fear of immigration raids looms as plans for ICE ‘family operation' move forward
President Trump's deadline for congressional action on the asylum process is Saturday.

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Jul 06, 2019

How educators are adapting to teach global warming in a charged political climate
Their training doesn't cover it and many textbooks don't touch it, but teachers are taking on climate change anyway.

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Jul 06, 2019

CBP officials knew about derogatory Facebook group and have investigated posts
Even though some in U.S. Customs and Border Protection have known about the group since 2016, officials do not conduct regular monitoring of private pages.

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Jul 06, 2019

Fear of immigration raids loom as plans for ICE ‘family operation' move forward
President Trump's deadline for congressional action on the asylum process is Saturday.

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Jul 06, 2019

Southern California reels from magnitude 7.1 quake
The earthquake cracked buildings, set fires and caused several injuries while seismologists warned that large aftershocks were expected to continue for days, if not weeks.

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Jul 06, 2019

CBP officials knew about derogatory Facebook group years ago and have investigated posts from it before
Even though some in the agency have known about the Facebook group since 2016, CBP officials do not conduct regular monitoring of private pages.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 05, 2019

Why are so many 8th-graders taking AP Calculus at this school district?
In Pasadena, Calif., it all adds up to student success.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 05, 2019

The future of America was on display in Alaska this week
Anchorage hit a record temperature of 90 degrees — a higher temperature than could be found in most of the Lower 48 states.

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Jul 05, 2019

70-year-old marathon runner accused of cheating found dead in Los Angeles River
The Los Angeles Marathon disqualified Frank Meza earlier this week, saying he had cut the course.

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Jul 05, 2019

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake shook California. Now comes the ‘swarm' of aftershocks.
There have been over 1,000 earthquakes in the remote Searles Valley region in the past day,

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Jul 05, 2019

Record-crushing heat torches Alaska as Anchorage hits all-time high of 90
The old record was demolished by five degrees.

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Jul 05, 2019

What exactly is an ‘underachiever,' and why are there so many of them in our schools?
That they don't like school is just the beginning.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 05, 2019

In Trump's ‘Salute to America,' the promoter in chief makes a recruiting pitch for the military
The president avoided partisan attacks, and the Pentagon showed off its aircraft.

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Jul 05, 2019

A scuba diver found a 59-year-old class ring at the bottom of a pond. Then the search began for its owner.
After picking up the ring underwater, the scuba diver excitedly swam to the surface and took a closer look. The insignia on the ring read "Gate of Heaven" and the initials "WJW."

Washington Post Nation
Jul 05, 2019

Cabin fire forces Virgin Atlantic flight to make emergency landing in Boston
A preliminary investigation suggests a phone battery charger caught fire between seat cushions, police said.

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Jul 05, 2019

Virgin Atlantic flight forced to make emergency landing; phone charger suspected in cabin fire
A preliminary investigation suggests a phone battery charger ignited during the flight, police said.

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Jul 05, 2019

This past winter saw the highest honeybee colony losses on record
On top of colony collapse, beekeepers are now facing unprecedented losses from extreme weather.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 04, 2019

British marines seize tanker suspected of carrying Iranian oil bound for Syria
The detention of the ship near Gibraltar is the first such seizure under E.U. sanctions targeting supplies to Syria.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 04, 2019

Mad magazine, a pioneer of modern satire, will soon cease publishing new content, for the most part
The once-subversive institution inspired generations of comedians and artists. It's about to disappear from newsstands and live on only as a publisher of nostalgia, except for year-end specials.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 04, 2019

This year, Joey Chestnut marched on New York with a hot-dog entourage
The competitive eating champion would go on to win his 12th title. But now he's got a legend to live up to.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 04, 2019

Scientists say they cured HIV in some mice. Humans could be next.
Researchers said they eliminated the virus in nine of 23 mice that were modified so their immune systems better mimicked those of humans.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Prosecutor drops charges against woman who miscarried after being shot in fight
Marshae Jones, 27, was arrested last week after an Alabama grand jury indicted her on manslaughter charges after another woman shot her during a fight.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Warnings about W.Va. bishop went unheeded as he doled out cash gifts to Catholic leaders
In letters and emails to senior church leaders, parishioners claimed that Bishop Michael Bransfield was abusing his power and misspending church money.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Prosecutor drops manslaughter charges against woman who miscarried after being shot
Marshae Jones, 27, was arrested last week after an Alabama grand jury indicted her on manslaughter charges after another woman shot her during a fight.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Harvard says fighting climate change is a top priority. But it won't divest from fossil fuels.
More than 1,070 institutions in more than 30 countries, with total assets of about $8.8?trillion, have divested themselves of fossil fuel shares in the past nine years, according to the website gofossilfree.org.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Giant heat dome over Alaska may break all-time temperature records
The heat dome is expected to produce temperatures near and above the highest values ever recorded for multiple days, particularly in southern parts of the state. It's the latest in a slew of record-shattering heat events in Alaska.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

16 states could see spike in carbon emissions under Trump's power plan
The advocacy group Environmental Defense Fund analyzed the data from federal regulators.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Sixteen states could see spike in carbon emissions under Trump's power plan
The advocacy group Environmental Defense Fund analyzed the data from federal regulators.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Scientists regret to inform you that this mystery space object is (probably) not aliens
When the interstellar object — the first we have ever been able to observe from Earth — was first discovered, many theories emerged, including "aliens." But the actual explanation is significant.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Trump congratulates Navy SEAL acquitted of killing wounded Iraqi captive
In a tweet, the president said he was glad to have previously helped Edward Gallagher by intervening before the trial to move him to less restrictive confinement.

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Jul 03, 2019

A Jim Beam warehouse caught fire, destroying 45,000 barrels of bourbon
Firefighters say the effort to contain the blaze at the Kentucky facility could extend well into the evening.

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Jul 03, 2019

Jury weighs Navy SEAL's punishment for posing with corpse
Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, a decorated Navy SEAL, was acquitted by a military jury of killing a wounded Islamic State captive under his care in Iraq in 2017.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

A Jim Beam warehouse is on fire, putting 45,000 barrels of bourbon at risk
Firefighters are trying to contain the flames still burning at the Kentucky facility.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

‘They're coming to you': A man played his sax for a herd of cows, and they loved it
"My parents are such goofs," his daughter tweeted. "They drove out to the backroads so my dad could play the cows the songs he's been learning on the saxophone."

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Harvard says fighting climate change is a top priority. But it still won't divest from fossil fuels.
More than 1,070 institutions in more than 30 countries, with total assets of about $8.8?trillion, have divested themselves of fossil fuel shares in the past 9 years, according to the website gofossilfree.org.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Moody's Analytics says climate change could cost $69 trillion by 2100
The consulting firm warns of damage to critical infrastructure, workers' health and productivity.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 03, 2019

Jury to decide SEAL's punishment for posing with corpse
Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, a decorated Navy SEAL, was acquitted by a military jury of killing a wounded Islamic State captive under his care in Iraq in 2017.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 02, 2019

Navy SEAL acquitted of murder in killing of captive in Iraq
Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, a decorated Navy SEAL, was acquitted by a military jury of killing a wounded Islamic State captive under his care in Iraq in 2017.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 02, 2019

Premier civil rights lawyer and prosecutor in Rodney King police brutality case dies at 74
Barry Kowalski became known as the "lion" of the Justice Department's civil rights division, where he also helped break the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 02, 2019

Midwestern farmers' struggles with extreme weather visible from space
Unprecedented winter and spring moisture has led to unplanted, drowned or late-seeded cropland, which means that from space, the farm belt is more brown belt right now.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 02, 2019

Border-surveillance subcontractor suspended after cyberattack revealed sensitive monitoring details
The suspension of the longtime contractor, Perceptics, is a crushing blow to one of the central cogs of the U.S. border-surveillance machine.

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Jul 02, 2019

Medicare weighs whether to pay for acupuncture
A decision to expand coverage would thrust the federal insurance program into the long-standing debate about whether the practice is good medicine.

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Jul 02, 2019

He said he protected students in a Texas school shooting. Then the truth emerged.
David Briscoe said he helped barricade a door during the May 2018 shooting at Santa Fe High School. But the school says he never worked there.

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Jul 02, 2019

NASA completes key test on Orion, the spacecraft Trump wants to take astronauts to the moon
A successful test of Orion's emergency abort system is a crucial step in the plan to ferry astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024.

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Jul 02, 2019

Iguanas spread in Florida as climate warms: ‘They're a menace'
As the nonnative reptiles thrive, the state's wildlife agency is encouraging homeowners to kill them "whenever possible."

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Jul 02, 2019

Iguanas spread in Florida as climate warms: ‘They're a menace,' one resident says
As the nonnative reptiles thrive, the state's wildlife agency is encouraging homeowners to kill them "whenever possible."

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Jul 02, 2019

What could go wrong for Trump on the Fourth of July? In 1970, protests and tear gas marred the day.
Honor America Day was designed to show support for President Nixon at a time of bitter division in the nation.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

‘Her death is not her fault': Friends of slain Utah student condemn victim-blaming
The women pushed against those blaming Mackenzie Lueck for her own fate. Lueck apparently died after taking a Lyft vehicle to a park. Salt Lake City police said that 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi has been charged with murder and kidnapping in connection with her disappearance.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

A library canceled an LGBT prom after backlash. Then a church stepped in.
"It was the right thing to do," said the church's past president.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Borrowing for college just got a little cheaper
Interest rates on federal student loans will decline for the 2019-2020 academic year, as will the fees the government charges families to originate the debt.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Existing fossil fuel plants will push planet across a dangerous limit, researchers say
New research finds we've already installed enough fossil fuel infrastructure to cause a dangerous level of global warming, even without new planned installations.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Friends of slain Utah student condemn victim blaming
The women pushed back against those blaming Mackenzie Lueck for her own fate. Lueck apparently was killed after taking a Lyft vehicle to a Salt Lake City park.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

NASA faces a key test of Orion spacecraft, as it scrambles to meet Trump moon mandate
Tuesday's launch to test the craft's emergency abort system comes as the space agency scrambling to meet the White House's ambitious timeline to return to the moon.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

More states are targeting teen vaping, but health advocates say it's not enough to curb use
Virginia and Illinois have joined six other states, the District of Columbia and hundreds of municipalities in implementing Tobacco 21 policies, which restrict the use of tobacco to those 21 and older.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Facebook mail site evacuated after possible sarin scare
A Facebook mail processing warehouse in Menlo Park, Calif., has been evacuated as Silicon Valley officials try to determine what caused a bag of mail to test positive for the nerve agent sarin

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Existing fossil fuel plants will push world across a dangerous climate limit, research finds
New research finds we've already installed enough fossil fuel infrastructure to cause a dangerous level of global warming, even without new planned installations.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Criminal records can be a ‘life sentence to poverty.' This state is automatically sealing some.
Pennsylvania's new rules for giving people clean slates could serve as a model for other states.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Alaska university system braces for ‘devastating' budget cuts
University leaders in the state are scrambling to prepare for a 41 percent cut in state funding.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

A library cancelled an LGBT prom after backlash. Then a church stepped in.
"It was the right thing to do," said the church's past president.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

‘The doll became real before our eyes': Group provides dolls for dementia patients
While dementia takes away memories, it doesn't rob people of their ability to love. Pearl's Memory Babies has donated more than 300 dolls to seniors with Alzheimer's disease or dementia in nursing homes.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

‘Her death is not her fault': Friends of slain Utah student condemn victim blaming
The women pushed against those blaming Mackenzie Lueck for her own fate. Lueck apparently died after taking a Lyft vehicle to a park. Salt Lake City police said that 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi has been charged with murder and kidnapping in connection with her disappearance.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Trump asks for tanks, Marine One and much more for grandiose July Fourth event
Federal officials are scrambling to finalize plans for the president's "Salute to America," which will include jet flyovers, expanded fireworks and a special VIP section for a Trump speech at the Lincoln Memorial.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

They turn to Facebook and YouTube to find a cancer cure — and get sucked into bogus medicine
Companies are trying to rein in medical misinformation on social media, but the problem isn't just technological. It's also human.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

A ‘volcano' of oil is flowing in the gulf, and this ex-fish boat captain is trying to contain it
Taylor Energy Co. sued the US Coast Guard and Timmy Couvillion to stop an effort to contain its 14-year Gulf oil spill. Success was their revenge.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

‘The doll became real before our eyes': This group delivers baby dolls to Alzheimer's patients.
While dementia takes away memories, it doesn't rob people of their ability to love.

Washington Post Nation
Jul 01, 2019

Trump asks for military tanks on the Mall as part of grandiose July Fourth event
Federal officials are scrambling to finalize plans for the president's ‘Salute to America,' which will include jet flyovers, expanded fireworks and a special VIP section for a Trump speech at the Lincoln Memorial.

Washington Post Nation
Jun 30, 2019

Official: 10 dead in Dallas-area small-plane crash
Ten people were killed when a Beechcraft BE-350 King Air hit an unoccupied hangar soon after 9 a.m. Sunday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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