Month: November 2019

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Rachel Frazin People inside the car died after it was struck by the train in suburban Jupiter, Fla., according to The Palm Beach Post. First responders at the scene told the newspaper that a woman and two children were killed, but this was not confirmed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. Amtrak spokeswoman Christina Leeds […]

By Leonard Greene, New York Daily News Among the people who wished Nicholas Peart a happy birthday when he turned 18 was a cop who ordered him to the ground at gunpoint on a Manhattan street and pulled his wallet for an ID check. Peart was sitting with two cousins on a bench in the […]

His death was confirmed by director Rob Zombie, who mourned the actor on Facebook. Zombie and Pollard worked together on the director’s 2003 cult horror movie House of 1000 Corpses. “We have lost another member of our HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES family. I woke up to the news that Michael J. Pollard had died. I have […]

© Provided by News 12 Networks, LLC The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 30 states have already reported flu activity. Health officials say this is the earliest start to the season in a decade. Dr. David Kugler says New York has seen a spike in the number of flu cases. “In October there […]

Correction: November 22, 2019 This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article misidentified the month Jason Van Dyke was convicted of murder. He was convicted in October 2018, not in January. An Alabama jury found a white police officer guilty of manslaughter […]

 Michael David Smith Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph did not get off easy in the altercation that saw him hit over the head with his own helmet by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. Rudolph, who grabbed the back of Garrett’s helmet while the two of them were on the ground at the end of the play, has been fined […]

The name A$AP Rocky, a rapper whose real name is Rakim Mayers, was repeatedly mentioned in this week’s public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry. Slate reporter Aaron Mak (@aarontmak) explains why.

In Mississippi, 5,000 children have been criminally charged as adults for crimes they’ve committed over the past 25 years. According to reporting from Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX, three out of four of those children were black. Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley talks with reporter Ko Bragg (@keaux_) about what’s fueling this criminal justice practice and the […]

November 23, 2019

‘Eat Up’: Bringing Kitchens Into Boston Public School Cafeterias By Lisa Mullins More than 20 million students across America rely on school lunches that are reduced cost or free. Many of those lunches are trucked into the schools from corporate vendors. They fit the nutritional guidelines, but many kids say they don’t look good or taste good. […]

Original post by MSN The NFL arranged for former Raiders and Browns coach Hue Jackson to coordinate the Colin Kaepernick workout at the Falcons facility. When Kaepernick decided not to proceed with the workout and to stage his own session elsewhere, Jackson opted not to participate. Jackson explained his decision to Kristine Leahy of FS1. “I felt […]

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