Trenches in World War I were constructed in zigzagging fashion so an enemy soldier couldn't fire down the length of the trench in a straight line. A similar concept is being used to rethink school hallways.
The case comes amid an apparently growing white supremacist threat that has left the FBI struggling to keep up.
The top speed of the moped clocks at an unofficial 30 miles an hour, according to an exhaustive test by The Washington Post.
"We stood up and saw the mattresses coming at us," Robb Manes told The Washington Post.
The city has introduced broad reforms in an effort to “modernize” its troubled department, Mayor Kate Gallego said.
The adult film industry created an endless loop of content from popular stars, even as they are often shut out from a cut or struggling to outrun their former selves.
“In every way, calling someone ‘Fredo’ is the antithesis of what we’d call a strong and powerful person,” Edward Falco, the author of "The Family Corleone," told The Washington Post.
The bear "forcibly breached a hole in the wall like the ‘Kool-Aid Man' and made its escape,” the Estes Park Police Department said on Facebook.
Wilson, an outspoken pioneer of firearm technology, cannot own a firearm while on probation.
Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony Award. John Legend just became the second youngest to win all four.