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Cleve Wootson is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. He was previously a reporter for the Charlotte Observer, covering public safety, general assignment and breaking news.
Authorities say Elizabeth Lecron bought black powder and hundreds of screws after visiting Columbine High School and writing to the racist mass killer.
New Zealand was the second leg of Grace Millane's overseas adventure. Police found her body in a remote section of rain forest.
In total, investigators have responded to five intentionally set fires, as well as someone spraying a worship center with bullets.
Chris Cantwell was the star of a documentary about Charlottesville that aired on HBO. Then he became the "Crying Nazi" who was banned from OKCupid
Conway has been a frequent critic of Trump and his administration.
Jon Meacham was one of four people chosen to deliver speeches at Bush's funeral — but he first decided to share the words of the speech with its subject.
Bruce McLaughlin Jr. had meticulously planned his escape from a S.C. jail. But the plan began to collapse, and things grew desperate.
“The results were really bad,” said her father, Raheel Mughal. “We were all crying. This was like the worst thing we were expecting.”
The bus was carrying a youth football team that had played in championship game in Dallas during the weekend.
Ted Cruz's campaign was apparently unwilling to let Beto O'Rourke have TV airtime without some Ted Cruz counterpoint.