Man Sought in Waffle House Shooting Had Been Arrested Near White House
New York Times, 23 April at 04:07
Nine months before the police said he opened fire with an AR-15 rifle on a Waffle House in Nashville, killing four people, Travis Reinking wanted to set up a meeting with the president of the United States. That, at least, is what he told officials
James Shaw Jr. on why he rushed the Waffle House shooter: 'He was going to have to work to kill me'
Washington Post, 23 April at 03:17
Moments before the first shot, James Shaw Jr. was watching a Waffle House employee wash dishes, stacking them higher and higher. When the first shot was fired, Shaw thought the tower of plates had come crashing down, he would later recount at a news
Shania Twain sorry for saying she would've voted for Trump 'even though he was offensive'
USA TODAY, 23 April at 02:38
Seeing how she's a Canadian citizen, Shania Twain couldn't vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. But the country crossover star says she would have cast her ballot for President Trump. "I would have voted for him
Shania Twain: I would have voted for Trump 'even though he was offensive'
USA TODAY, 23 April at 02:37
In a new interview, Shania Twain says her stepfather abused her, she dreams of cutting her ex-best friend's hair off and she would have voted for Trump. Loading… Post to Facebook. Shania Twain: I would have voted for Trump 'even though he was
Nicaragua Revokes Legislation That Increased Payroll Tax, Cut Pension Benefits
Wall Street Journal, 23 April at 02:23
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega canceled an unpopular package of measures to overhaul the country's social security system, seeking to contain rising unrest after five days of violent street protests left as many as 26 people dead in this poor
Climate change: Michael Bloomberg offers $4.5m for Paris deal
BBC News, 23 April at 02:16
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will pay $4.5m (£3.2m) to cover the lapsed US financial commitment to the Paris climate accord. He said he had a responsibility to help improve the environment because of President Donald Trump's decision
In travel ban case, Supreme Court considers 'the president' vs. 'this president'
Washington Post, 23 April at 01:38
The Supreme Court's final oral argument of the term will be one of its most important and potentially far-reaching, an examination of the president's authority to protect the country by banning some foreigners who seek entry. But, similar to a debate
Nicaragua scraps reform behind deadly protests that killed 24
Yahoo News, 23 April at 01:19
Managua (AFP) - Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega on Sunday agreed to scrap a highly-controversial pension reform that sparked four days of violence which left 24 people dead. After days of clashes between protesters and the security forces, the
Giants' Brandon Belt, Angels' Jaime Barria team up for MLB-record 21-pitch at-bat that lasts nearly 13 minutes
CBSSports.com, 23 April at 01:19
The Giants and Angels got together on Sunday in Anaheim (SF-LAA GameTracker), and the early story without question was Brandon Belt's unthinkably prolonged at-bat against Halos starter Jaime Barria in the first inning. How unthinkably prolonged? Count
Social Security Reforms That Sparked Violent Unrest In Nicaragua Reportedly Canceled
NPR, 23 April at 00:54
Updated at 5:51 p.m. ET. The welfare reform package proposed by Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega that set off days of deadly violence has been canceled, according to Reuters: "In an address on national television, Ortega said the board of Nicaragua's
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