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Niraj Chokshi was a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. He left The Post in June 2016.
They also share a common perspective.
Wesley Lowery and Ryan Reilly were arrested in 2014 by police who were clearing a McDonald’s during protests that unfolded in the aftermath of the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
“These defendants brought that fear to our region,” the Chester County District Attorney said of Daniel and Caleb Tate.
President Juan Manuel Santos congratulated his police force, casting the operation in historic terms and calling it a blow to criminals.
The man admitted on Friday that he “forcibly removed” a Muslim woman’s hijab on a flight last December.
Zimmerman says he is selling the Kel-Tec PF-9 that he used to kill Trayvon Martin. But bidding appears to have been hijacked.
The policy “may put it self in a vulnerable position by making the policy change,” one board member said.
It turns out we sometimes have really bad judgement of what millennials want.
“They were essentially just slow-cooked inside the grave site,” a prosecutor said.
The bomb threat was discovered by officers responding to a car fire on the school’s main Medford/Somerville campus.