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Katie Mettler is a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. She previously worked for the Tampa Bay Times in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Jerome Kunkel, 18, was banned from his Kentucky school, which is experiencing a chickenpox outbreak, because he isn't vaccinated against the virus. Now he's suing.
The senator punched him as raw egg dripped down the back of his neck in front of a group of reporters.
At least 49 were killed when two mosques were attacked Friday in New Zealand.
“I want to see the guy who slammed my son," Freeman said when he arrived at the middle school, according to a police report. “I’ve got something for him.”
One said he learned of the crash outside Addis Ababa as he waited to board a later flight. “The officer told me not to protest but to pray to God,” he wrote on Facebook.
Georgia state Rep. Dar’shun Kendrick's “testicular bill of rights” is a direct answer to HB 481, the so-called “heartbeat bill” passed by her Republican colleagues in the Georgia House of Representatives last week.
A roundup of news from across the country.
Nouman Raja, 41, could face life in prison for fatally shooting Corey Jones in October 2015.
The war narrative is more complex than victimhood for women in Congo.
Authorities say the 24-year-old man charged with murder in the case is an undocumented immigrant, which his lawyer disputes.