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Trump announces tough North Korea sanctions -- Here’s what may happen next
The North Koreans could even decide that it’s time to up the ante and prove to the world beyond the shadow of any doubt that they can start a nuclear war. Coming on the heels of multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions – as well as ... read more
Aurora cross maker returns from Florida in grief: 'I love what I am doing, but it has taken its toll'
But before heading south he had to make one more stop in Chicago — putting up 21 crosses for the 15th anniversary of ... Maria talked about how she now saw "the big picture," especially after getting a chance to walk by those 58 crosses on display ... read more
Tipster warned FBI school shooting suspect could 'explode'
The FBI has admitted to failing to follow up on the tip called in to the FBI's call center in ... FBI Director Christopher Wray has come under fire for the episode, including from Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who has called for Wray to resign over the FBI ... read more
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Jonathan Martin in police custody after possible threat to self, others
Martin left the Dolphins in 2013 in the wake of a bully scandal which implicated several of his former Dolphins teammates — including Pouncey and Incognito. The Harvard-Westlake closed campus on Friday. The school informed parents that the school would ... read more
MWC in a post #MeToo world - will this be the first year there's no sexism?
And so on and so on. Each little thing you see wears you down a little. But you hold your head up, march over to a stand you're interested in - and the rep goes straight to your male colleague, who works in ad sales while you're the freakin' editor. read more
Open Table will work with young adults, families like those in A Greater Cleveland and others: Chris Quinn
Amber is a longtime social worker and knows well of the need to support people who had been in foster care, because without support, most will end up in poverty with little chance for success. Amber's mission fits with the goals of A Greater Cleveland ... read more
Protecting America’s Last Great Animal Migrations
They endure all this because the rewards outweigh the risks: The herds can fatten up on green grass in the high country all summer, then shelter all winter in the valleys and on the plains, away from the deep mountain snow. These migratory herds are the ... read more
DC Police: Stopping, frisking innocent people necessary to fight crime
Despite numbers changing in the city, African Americans still make up a huge majority of those stopped by D.C. Police. This is an issue D.C. Police leaders do not dispute. In fact, D. C. Police acknowledge they sometimes stop and frisk innocent people ... read more
Thank teachers for mastering the art of making a lasting impact
One night I rattled off a memorized list of linking verbs I've known since seventh grade to help Elizabeth, our fourth grader, power through her homework assignment. The look of amazement that spread across her face was priceless. I went on to explain what ... read more
How many more in authority failed Stoneman Douglas High School?
Wow. The more answers we get, the more questions we have. Amid a national debate over who should or shouldn’t have guns in schools, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel on Thursday dropped a stunner: Scot Peterson, a school resource officer at Marjory ... read more