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Gun shop owner fired at unmarked police car thinking thieves were inside

1 month ago   |   By The Washington Post

Andy Raymond was jailed on felony assault charges after authorities say he fired two rounds at a moving, unmarked police SUV.
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Top US official urges WHO to address sexual misconduct

A top U.S. health official urged the World Health Organization to address allegations first reported by The Associated Press that one of its doctors repeatedly engaged in... Read more ...

Russian arms dealer, son and front firms hit with sanctions

WASHINGTON - A Russian arms dealer, his son, a group of front companies across Asia, Europe and the Middle East and their leadership have been targeted for U.S. sanctions in an... Read more ...

Benjamin Netanyahu Says Not To Get “Hung Up” On Peace

As Israel continues to escalate its violent campaign against Palestinains, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined CNN's Jake Tapper for an interview, in which the... Read more ...

The Villages sees a voter-fraud outbreak - with a MAGA twist

A fourth arrest in the Florida retirement community is a reminder of what fraud usually looks like. Read more ...

Republican Party brings election fraud allegations back into the fold

The claims of rampant fraud Donald Trump leveraged in 2020 have long been part of the party's strategy for victory. Read more ...

RJ Barrett clearly frustrated after overtime benching: ‘I have nothing to say'

RJ Barrett, typically eager and engaging with the media, lost his desire to talk after getting benched for the final 12 minutes of Tuesday's loss to the Lakers, including the... Read more ...

This day in history: Feb. 1 and the Vietnam War

This day in history: Feb. 1 and the Vietnam War

On this day in 1968 one photo out of Vietnam shocked for years to come. So why bury it? Today the Associated Press posts a frame from the photographer's reel in their “Today in... Read more ...

Tom Mulherin's weekly crystal ball

From the eyes of high school hockey fanatics everywhere, last week couldn't have been more perfect. For the crystal ball, though, it was pure chaos - especially on... Read more ...

Czechs to end checks at Slovak border amid migration decline

The Czech Republic's government will end checks on the country's border with Slovakia that were renewed last year amid a new increase in migration, officials said Wednesday. Read more ...

Pope urges forgiveness to crowd of 1 million in Congo

Pope Francis urged Congo's people on Wednesday to forgive those who have harmed them as he presided over a Mass before an estimated 1 million people in a country wracked by... Read more ...