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Oct 23, 2019

What 33 universities learned about sexual violence in a new survey
Here is data emerging from the Association of American Universities survey this year of more than 180,000 students.

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Oct 23, 2019

Ruth Bader Ginsburg wins Berggruen Prize for ‘thinker' whose ideas changed society
The prize carries a $1 million award, which the Supreme Court justice will donate to charities.

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Oct 23, 2019

Students with lunch debt in this N.J. district could be banned from prom
The Cherry Hill School District is trying to get rid of its school lunch debt by withholding school activities from students. Democratic presidential hopefuls swooped in to rebuke it and to offer their platforms on school lunch and education.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 23, 2019

‘Extremely critical' fire danger returns to California, with Los Angeles, Napa Valley threatened
Strong offshore winds cause wildfire risk to soar in northern and southern California, prompting a new round of power cuts.

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Oct 23, 2019

Bernard Fisher, pioneering breast cancer surgeon-scientist, dies at 101
His studies demonstrated that the disfiguring procedure known as a radical mastectomy was often unnecessary and that chemotherapy and hormone therapy could prolong women's lives.

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Oct 23, 2019

Health-care system causing rampant burnout among doctors, nurses
As many as half of all clinicians suffer from burnout symptoms, creating risks to patients, malpractice claims and absenteeism, a national study finds.

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Oct 23, 2019

New Jersey students with lunch debt in this district could be banned from prom
A New Jersey school district is trying to get rid of its school lunch debt by withholding school activities from students.

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Oct 23, 2019

Phoenix fires officer who pulled gun on parents after their 4-year-old took doll from dollar store
Officers followed a car to an apartment complex, roughed up the parents while children watched, and were not wearing body cameras as required. Passerby video then went viral.

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Oct 23, 2019

Phoenix fires officer who pulled gun on parents after their child took doll from store
Officers followed a car to an apartment complex, roughed up the parents while their children watched, and were not wearing body cameras as required. But passersby recorded video that went viral.

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Oct 23, 2019

Local lawmaker in Tennessee says he's not prejudiced, but ‘a white male in this country has very few rights'
"We got a queer running for president, if that ain't about as ugly as you can get," said Warren Hurst, a Tennessee county commissioner.

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Oct 23, 2019

In court hearing, Trump lawyer argues a sitting president would be immune from prosecution even if he were to shoot someone
As a candidate, Trump said his support was so strong he could "stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody" and not "lose any voters."

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Oct 23, 2019

HBO's ‘Watchmen' depicts a deadly Tulsa race massacre that was all too real
The 1921 rampage was one of the worst episodes of racial violence in U.S. history. Now the city is investigating whether long-rumored mass graves exist.

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Oct 23, 2019

Study: Nearly 1 in 3 Jews sometimes hide their faith a year after Pittsburgh attack
Eighty-four percent of American Jews said they think anti-Semitism has increased in the United States in the past five years, while just 3 percent said they think it has decreased.

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Oct 23, 2019

Two face charges after 3-year-old abducted from party is found dead
Human remains believed to be Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney's were found in a dumpster at a landfill in Birmingham, Ala., police said Tuesday.

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Oct 23, 2019

Why a lawmaker floated a bill to penalize use of a profane word (that rhymes with witch)
Massachusetts state Rep. Daniel Hunt, a Democrat, became the target of viral outrage after he introduced the bill at the request of a constituent.

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Oct 23, 2019

Ginsburg wins Berggruen Prize for ‘thinker' whose ideas changed society
The prize carries a $1 million award, which the Supreme Court justice will donate to charities.

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Oct 23, 2019

Harvard's student reporters asked ICE for comment. Immigration activists started boycotting the paper.
The student paper reached out to the federal agency for comment on an anti-ICE protest. Several student groups took issue with the inquiry.

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Oct 23, 2019

N.Y.-based appeals court to decide whether Manhattan D.A. can get Trump's tax returns
The case is a test of the sweep of presidential privilege and one of several battles over Trump's business records.

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Oct 23, 2019

‘They saw an opportunity to take a young child': Two face charges after 3-year-old abducted from party found dead
Human remains believed to be Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney's were found in a dumpster at a landfill in Birmingham, Ala., police said Tuesday.

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Oct 23, 2019

A 1980 murder in an Idaho mining town shuttered its only school. Now the suspect has been found on a Texas ranch.
The former rodeo bareback rider left Clayton, Idaho, now home to seven people, and lived quietly on the outskirts of Rising Star, Tex.

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Oct 23, 2019

West Point cadet found dead on campus after massive four-day search
Kade Kurita had not been seen since Friday. An M4 rifle was also missing, and officials said they feared for the cadet's well-being.

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Oct 23, 2019

Trump administration let nearly $11 million in student aid go to unaccredited for-profit colleges
It appears the Education Department tried to shield itself from an ill-fated decision to allow millions of dollars to flow to the Illinois Institute of Art and the Art Institute of Colorado.

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Oct 23, 2019

This Miami bus driver performed CPR on a passenger. It was the third time she helped save someone.
Bus driver Laronda Marshall said she's always been someone who can "stay cool in a crisis."

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Oct 23, 2019

Three U.S. soldiers killed during training exercise at Fort Stewart
The accident comes as more than a dozen American service members have been killed in training exercises in the past year.

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Oct 23, 2019

Tornado slams Dallas; 4 killed in Arkansas, Oklahoma
The twister hit a densely populated area of the city, but no major injuries were reported.

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Oct 23, 2019

Traffic fatalities are down in the U.S., but more pedestrians and bicyclists are being killed
Nearly 36,600 people died on U.S. roadways last year, a decrease of 2.4 percent from 2017, according to data released Tuesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Oct 23, 2019

Super El Niño events may become more frequent as the climate warms
El Niño is now forming and peaking in a region of the Pacific Ocean that is naturally warmer. This can increase the chances of a moderate to strong event, a new study found.

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Oct 23, 2019

Questions raised after Dallas TV station airs NFL game instead of breaking tornado coverage
The station acknowledged "we made a mistake."

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Oct 23, 2019

Overlooked effect of Supreme Court gerrymandering rulings: Stricter abortion laws
In Michigan, a Supreme Court ruling and an obscure law could help antiabortion groups pass more restrictions without the Democratic governor or a popular vote.

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Oct 23, 2019

A 9-year-old is facing five counts of murder. He didn't even know what ‘alleged' meant.
Criminal justice experts said it was extremely rare for prosecutors to bring such severe charges against a child.

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Oct 23, 2019

A doctoral student wore a skirt made of rejection letters to defend her dissertation
She was literally wearing her failures, and it was cathartic.

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Oct 23, 2019

A former JetBlue employee scammed the airline out of $785,000. Now she faces prison time.
Gate agent Tiffany Jenkins upgraded the flights of friends, family and acquaintances for roughly 15 months.

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Oct 23, 2019

A video caught white students saying the n-word. Amid outcry, they've been criminally charged.
University of Connecticut police allege that Jarred Karal and Ryan Mucaj had been playing "a game in which they yelled vulgar words" when they switched to using the racial slur.

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Oct 23, 2019

A West Point cadet — and a rifle — have been missing since Saturday
Authorities said they don't believe the cadet poses a threat to the public but that "he may be a danger to himself."

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Oct 23, 2019

American Airlines flight makes emergency landing after fumes cause two crew members to lose consciousness
Cleaning supplies spilled on a jet and seeped into the carpet, a pilot said. The odor made people so sick the plane had to land.

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Oct 23, 2019

A police officer got 90 days after accusations he ‘brutally raped' a drunk woman. Now he faces federal charges.
After he pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual contact and official misconduct, former police officer Curtis Arganbright served just 90 days in the county jail. Federal prosecutors are now seeking up to 10 years in a civil rights case against the ex-cop.

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Oct 23, 2019

An overlooked consequence of the Supreme Court's gerrymandering rulings: Stricter abortion laws
In Michigan, a Supreme Court ruling and an obscure law could help antiabortion groups pass more restrictions without the Democratic governor or a popular vote.

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Oct 23, 2019

Are liberal arts colleges doomed? The cautionary tale of Hampshire College.
How a prestigious school went from academic darling to the verge of collapse — and became an omen for liberal arts education as a whole.

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Oct 23, 2019

Californians brace for more power shut-offs as wildfire threat looms
As dangerous fire weather builds Wednesday and Thursday, more than 200,000 customers could lose service to "reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire ignitions."

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Oct 23, 2019

Cranes exploded, city hopes to finally retrieve two bodies stuck in Hard Rock Hotel ruins
Two giant cranes' fall was just one step in what is sure to be a long, laborious and expensive response to the collapse that killed three workers and injured dozens more.

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Oct 23, 2019

Nick Tosches, swaggering music writer and biographer, dies at 69
He wrote stylish, unrestrained biographies of Jerry Lee Lewis, Dean Martin and Sonny Liston.

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Oct 23, 2019

HBO's ‘Watchmen' depicts a Tulsa race massacre that was all too real. Hundreds died.
The 1921 rampage was one of the worst episodes of racial violence in U.S. history. Now the city is investigating whether long-rumored mass graves exist.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 23, 2019

How a can of spray paint, a rock and a Facebook video exposed a racial divide in North Carolina
A student painted a rock outside a high school with a racial slur, and the tumult that has followed has divided the community even further.

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Oct 23, 2019

How a crumbling road in Syracuse is sparking a conversation about reparations
This city's south side was devastated when a highway section went up. Now that there's talk of taking it down, residents think they should be protected -- and compensated.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Rebuilding the village: A West Virginia school system strives to lift up its children by tackling poverty
McDowell County is one of the poorest in the nation. Meeting students' basic needs is as important as reading and math.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Scholar of yawns, hiccups and laughter dies at 76
A neuroscientist and psychology professor, he brought scientific rigor to the study of universal human behaviors that had previously gone largely unexplored.

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Oct 19, 2019

Florida can't use unpaid fines to keep felons from voting, judge says
The latest chapter in the battle between voting rights activists and the state legislature and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is a win for those who want their voting rights restored.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Coach disarmed student who brought gun to school — then hugged him, new video shows
Former Oregon Ducks football star Keanon Lowe was praised as a hero earlier this year. Now, surveillance footage reveals how he comforted a teen who authorities say planned to commit suicide.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Calif. unveils earthquake early warning system 30 years after deadly San Francisco tremor
The MyShake app, now available for download to iOS and Android devices, allows quake warning messages to reach Californians statewide.

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Oct 19, 2019

A jury says the ‘Hollywood Ripper' should die for the murder of two women
Gargiulo was convicted of murdering two women, including Ashley Ellerin, a former girlfriend of actor Ashton Kutcher.

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Oct 19, 2019

Black high school security guard fired after telling student not to call him the n-word
School officials pointed to a zero-tolerance policy on employee use of racial slurs, a news report said.

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Oct 19, 2019

Post-Tropical Storm Nestor sweeping across Florida with rain, tornado threat and ocean surge
The storm's rains will push through the Southeast into the Mid-Atlantic into Sunday morning.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

California launches earthquake early warning system 30 years after deadly San Francisco tremor
All Californians will be able to receive warnings using a mobile app.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Tropical Storm Nestor sweeping over Florida with rain, tornado threat and ocean surge
The storm's rains will push through the Southeast into the Mid-Atlantic into Sunday morning.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Women are more than twice as likely as men to suffer from PTSD. Studies are underway to find out why.
One distinction may be the type of trauma women experience, experts say.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Tropical Storm Nestor closes in on Florida Panhandle as conditions deteriorate along Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Nestor will bring the risk of a "life-threatening" storm surge, heavy rain and strong winds to the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend area.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

She was freed after live-streaming a wreck that killed her sister. Then she crashed again.
Obdulia Sanchez crashed during a police pursuit while on parole, two years after her livestream of a crash shocked the world with its brutal immediacy.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 19, 2019

Gun policy gets its biggest political test in the Virginia Beach district that suffered mass shooting
Race for state Senate seat stirs strong feelings, attracts big money over question of gun control.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

Duchess Meghan: ‘Not many people have asked if I'm okay'
In a new and emotional television interview, she opened up about life as a new mother and the mental health impact of relentless coverage by the British tabloids.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

Chicago teacher strike continues as negotiations grind on
Educators in the nation's third-largest school district spent a second day out of the classroom.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

‘A stain on New York City': As lawmakers vote to close Rikers Island, some see history repeating itself
An $8 billion plan would replace the facility with jails in four of the city's five boroughs. But the long-standing scars of Rikers — and the system that filled it with about 7,000 inmates at a time — has stirred a potent, emotional debate: Should those new jails be built?

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

At a renowned Ohio school, testing the limits of participation in elite classes
Shaker Heights High encourages a diverse student body to take AP and IB courses.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

A record number of colleges drop SAT/ACT admissions requirement amid growing disenchantment with standardized tests
Two Ivy League schools also dropped the requirement of a Graduate Record Exam test for many of their graduate programs.

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Oct 18, 2019

Amtrak's chronic delays are costing millions of dollars, report says
Amtrak is spending more on fuel, labor and even on maintaining extra locomotives and rail cars as a result of poor on-time performance, according to new report.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

Tropical Storm Nestor forms, takes aim at Florida Panhandle as conditions deteriorate along Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm Nestor will bring the risk of a "life-threatening" storm surge, heavy rain and strong winds to the Florida Panhandle.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

A bird struck a Navy ‘doomsday' plane. It caused millions in damage.
A wayward bird struck one of the plane's four engines when it was landing on Oct. 2, temporarily grounding it and causing at least $2 million in damage.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

High court to decide constitutionality of consumer watchdog bureau
Conservatives have argued that the authority given to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's director violates the separation of powers.

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Oct 18, 2019

How these American dishes evolved from foreign roots — and what their story tells us
Spaghetti and meatballs, chile con queso, gumbo and the California roll have become American icons. Their journey to that point is one of immigration and transformation.

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Oct 18, 2019

A bird struck a Navy ‘doomsday' plane, caused millions in damage
A wayward bird struck one of the plane's four engines when it was landing on Oct. 2.

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Oct 18, 2019

As New York City council votes to close Rikers Island prison, some see history repeating itself
The jail complex on Rikers Island was considered one of the country's most notorious facilities.

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Oct 18, 2019

Tennessee executed a suspected killer. Lawyers say the real culprit may be behind an attack in Missouri.
Crime scene evidence from the 1985 murder of Suzanne Marie Collins never underwent DNA testing. The Innocence Project says it's time for that to change.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

Can hair stylists save their clients lives? This nurse thinks so.
Hair stylists are in a unique position to examine their clients' scalps and necks.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 18, 2019

He wrote a novel about robbing banks — and was just charged in a real-life heist. Again.
A convicted bank robber was arrested for his suspected role in another bank robbery.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

He wrote a novel about robbing banks — and just got charged in another real-life heist
A convicted bank robber was arrested for his suspected role in another bank robbery.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

E.A. Carmean Jr., National Gallery's founding curator of 20th-century art, dies at 74
He oversaw the early expansion of the museum's classical collections to include the works of such modern masters as Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Census Bureau's request for citizenship data from DMVs raises privacy concerns
Some states say they won't comply with the request, which critics say risks undercounting minorities.

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Oct 17, 2019

A landmark trial over the opioid crisis could be averted if a meeting Friday ends in a settlement
A judge summoned drug company CEOs, state attorneys general and lawyers for 2,600 cities and counties to discuss potential resolution to the landmark litigation.

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Oct 17, 2019

A Cuban immigrant asked for asylum. After months of detention, he killed himself, ICE says.
Roylan Hernandez-Diaz, who had been denied parole while detained at a for-profit facility in Louisiana, is the second person to die while in immigration custody this year.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

He wrote a novel about robbing banks — and he just got arrested for a real-life heist
A convicted bank robber was arrested for his suspected role in another bank robbery.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

In Chicago, 25,000 teachers on strike and 300,000 children out of the classroom
In addition to bread-and-butter issues, teachers are hoping to force the city to commit to easing a housing crisis that has driven out many of the city's black residents.

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Oct 17, 2019

E-cigarette giant Juul suspends sales of several flavored vape pods
The e-cigarette company, under fire from critics accusing it of fueling a surge in youth vaping, is suspending sales of mango, creme, fruit and cucumber available — only through the company's website.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

A landmark trial over the opioid crisis could be averted if a meeting tomorrow ends in a settlement
A judge summoned drug company CEOs, state attorneys general and lawyers for 2,600 cities and counties to discuss potential resolution to the landmark litigation.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

E-cigarette giant Juul suspends sales of mango and three other flavors
E-cigarette company, under fire from critics for fueling a surge in youth vaping, is suspending sales of four flavors mango, creme, fruit and cucumber -- available only through the company's website. Juul said it is reviewing whether to suspend sales of mint, menthol and tobacco flavored e-cigarettes, which are sold both online and in retail stores.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

NOAA calls for mild winter but one with big mood swings
Don't expect a particularly harsh winter, but a volatile one.

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Oct 17, 2019

Opioid crisis cost U.S. economy at least $631 billion, study finds
The study found that the epidemic's biggest costs stemmed from the unrealized earnings of those killed by the highly addictive painkillers and health care expenditures during the four-year study period ending in 2018.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Powerful ‘weather bomb' socks New England with wind gusts to 90 mph, knocking out power to more than half a million
The "weather bomb" set records while knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Tropical storm warnings have been issued for portions of Alabama, Florida and Louisiana in advance of developing storm
An area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to develop into Tropical or Subtropical Storm Nestor by late Thursday.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Tropical storm warnings issued for parts of Alabama, Florida and Louisiana
An area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to develop into Tropical or Subtropical Storm Nestor by late Thursday.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Teacher in Philadelphia suburbs placed on leave after verbally attacking a parent
Video captures racist insults hurdled by a middle school teacher.

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Oct 17, 2019

Settlement meeting in landmark opioid trial set for Friday
The parties are discussing a deal worth about $50 billion in cash and drug treatment medication that would halt federal and state litigation to hold drug companies responsible for the U.S. opioid epidemic, said a person familiar with the negotiations.

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Oct 17, 2019

Powerful ‘weather bomb' socks New England with wind gusts up to 90 mph; More than half a million lose power
Strong winds behind the system are expected to continue throughout the day Thursday from Washington to Bangor, Maine, as hundreds of thousands in the Northeast remain in the dark.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Postmaster general who has been target of Trump's ire announces retirement
Megan Brennan, a former letter carrier who is the first woman to head the postal agency, had resisted President Trump's push to double the rates charged to Amazon and other firms to ship packages.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Firefighters let terrified toddler paint their fingernails at an accident scene
The firefighter saw the crying little girl was clutching several bottles of nail polish and asked her what colors they were. Then he had a better idea.

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Oct 17, 2019

California woman gets three-week prison sentence in college admissions scandal
Marjorie Klapper had pleaded guilty to fraud conspiracy in a test-cheating scheme.

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Oct 17, 2019

A Florida cop pushed a teenager off a roof. His punishment: Forfeiting one vacation day.
"I'm not resisting, bro," Yadiel Torres pleaded, as police stunned him with a Taser and cuffed him.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

She was sex-trafficked and then criminally charged. Now she's asking for a pardon.
It's a controversial request that highlights the complicated dynamics of holding a trafficking victim responsible for helping to victimize others.

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Oct 17, 2019

Chicago teachers go on strike, shuttering school district
In addition to bread-and-butter issues, teachers in the nation's third-largest district are hoping to force the city to commit to easing a housing crisis that has driven out many of its black residents.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Jury awards $450,000 to father of Sandy Hook victim in defamation case
For years, Lenny Pozner has battled conspiracy theorists' false claims that the 2012 shooting death of his son, Noah, at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax.

Washington Post Nation
Oct 17, 2019

Teen suicides increasing at an alarming pace, outstripping all other age groups, report says
The disturbing trend worries researchers who have struggled to understand its causes.

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Oct 17, 2019

Supreme Court seems divided over whether Beltway sniper deserves resentencing
Attorneys for Lee Boyd Malvo, whose 2002 shooting spree terrorized the Washington region, argued that he deserves resentencing because his age was not considered when he was sent to prison for life.

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