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  • Kendra Kerry Boyd is seen in an undated photo. (Credit: McDowell County Sheriff's Office via WLOS via CNN)

    Amid Bitter Custody Dispute, North Carolina Mom Intentionally Crashes Into Vehicle Carrying Her 2 Toddlers: Authorities

    A North Carolina woman is facing accusations of assault and child abuse after authorities say she intentionally crashed her vehicle into one carrying her two young children and being driven by their father. Kendra Kerry Boyd, 22, of Marion in McDowell County is facing three counts of assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of child abuse, officials said. Deputies were called to Oakdale Road in Old Fort on the afternoon of Friday, March 8, 2019, in regards to […]

  • About 1,300 passengers and crew are being evacuated Saturday from a cruise ship off Norway, Norwegian emergency services said. (Credit: Odd Roar Lange/NTB Scanpix/AP)

    Cruise Passengers Rescued by Helicopter Amid Storm off Norway

    A cruise ship with engine problems sent a mayday call off Norway’s western coast on Saturday as it desperately tried to avoid being grounded on the rocky coast. Rescue workers then launched a high-risk evacuation of the ship’s 1,300 passengers and crew, winching them one-by-one up to helicopters as heaving waves tossed the ship from side to side. The Norwegian newspaper VG said the Viking Sky cruise ship ran into propulsion problems as bad weather hit Norway’s coastal regions on […]

  • An attacker rushes the altar during a Mass in Montreal, Canada. (Credit: CNN)

    Priest Stabbed While Leading Televised Mass in Montreal; Suspect Arrested

    While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph’s Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada’s biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said. Police said the stabbing was not considered a terrorist attack. “Today’s event is an individual act committed by one individual,” police said on Twitter. The church tweeted that Father Claude Grou was “out of danger.” The 77-year-old priest was taken to a hospital and is recovering from his wounds, […]

  • Special counsel Robert Mueller, front, arrives at the U.S. Capitol for a closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 21, 2017. (Credit: Alex Wong / Getty Images)

    Here’s What’s Known as Special Counsel Mueller’s Historic 22-Month Investigation Comes to a Close

    Special counsel Robert Mueller’s 22-month investigation was an often-shocking story about what Russians, Trump campaign associates and others did in the 2016 election so their preferred candidate could win. Now that investigation is complete. And the public, the media and Congress are anxiously waiting to learn what more, if anything, Mueller uncovered, and how much Attorney General William Barr will make public. Mueller’s office has been notoriously silent, choosing instead to speak almost exclusively through court filings — and with […]

  • Flowers and candles are placed on the front steps of the Wellington Masjid mosque in Kilbirnie in Wellington on March 15, 2019, after a shooting incident at two mosques in Christchurch. (Credit: MARTY MELVILLE/AFP/Getty Images)

    New Zealand Bans Mosque Shooter’s Manifesto

    The possession and distribution of a manifesto believed to be written by the suspect behind the Christchurch mosque attack is now illegal in New Zealand, officials said. The Office of Film and Literature Classification announced Saturday that the document is objectionable under the law. The so-called “manifesto” of Brenton Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian charged with the murders of 50 people, spans more than 80 pages and is filled with anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim screeds. “There is an important distinction to be […]

  • Police provide security at Saint Joseph's Oratory in Montreal on March 22, 2019, after Catholic Priest Claude Grou was stabbed during a livestreamed morning mass. (Credit: Sebastien St-Jean/AFP/Getty Images

    Priest Stabbed During Televised Mass; Suspect in Custody

    While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph’s Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada’s biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said. Police said the stabbing was not considered a terrorist attack. “Today’s event is an individual act committed by one individual,” police said on Twitter. The church tweeted that Father Claude Grou was “out of danger.” The 77-year-old priest was taken to a hospital and is recovering […]

  • Arkansas Bill Pushes to Ban Abortions of Fetuses With Down Syndrome

    A bill that would prohibit abortions after tests indicate that a fetus may have Down syndrome overwhelmingly cleared the Arkansas state Senate and is now under consideration in the state House. The bill passed in the Arkansas Senate on Wednesday — the day before World Down Syndrome Day — by a 29-2 vote. According to state Sen. Trent Garner, who introduced the bill and is its lead sponsor, the measure seeks to curb Down syndrome discrimination by making it unlawful […]

  • Trump Tweets Withdrawal of New North-Korea Related Sanctions Triggering Confusion; White House Says It’s Because He ‘Likes’ Kim Jong Un

    President Donald Trump triggered rampant confusion among his own aides and administration officials when he said Friday he is withdrawing new sanctions aimed at North Korea that were just issued by his own administration. “It was announced today by the U.S. Treasury that additional large scale Sanctions would be added to those already existing Sanctions on North Korea. I have today ordered the withdrawal of those additional Sanctions!” Trump tweeted on Friday. Trump’s announcement amounted to a startling rebuke of […]

  • New Zealand Women Donning Headscarves to Show Support for Victims of Mosque Shooting

    One week ago a gunman made his way into two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing 50 people. On Friday, women across the country are donning a headscarf similar to a traditional hijab worn by Muslim women to show their support for the victims and the religion. Wearing a hijab is an Islamic tradition that many Muslim women decide to practice. In most cultures it makes Muslim women more recognizable and serves as a sign of identity. Similar to clothing […]

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