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Samantha Schmidt is a reporter for The Washington Post's Morning Mix team. She previously worked as a reporting fellow for the New York Times.
The former energy executive faces a steep path to the Vermont governor’s office. But if she wins, she'll become the country's first transgender governor.
"If he wants to be a female make him a female. A good sharp knife will do the job really quick,” one Facebook post read.
The gunman tied his wife to a bed before he left to open fire in the Sutherland Springs church, Danielle Kelley told the San Antonio Express-News.
The dramatic fall left Jordan Holgerson with five broken ribs, an injured trachea, a bruised esophagus and air trapped in the lining of her lungs.
A video shows a man repeatedly kicking and spitting on the 71-year-old Sikh man as he was on his morning stroll through a park.
A federal appeals court ruled that a Mexican teenager was entitled to constitutional protections even though he was on the Mexican side of the border when he was fatally shot.
A resolution passed Monday night is purely symbolic, as the council has no control over the Walk of Fame.
"What I've learned is that this illness is not something that disappears or fades with time,” Demi Lovato wrote in a letter on Instagram. “It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet."
The civil liberties organization should use its “considerable resources” to locate the parents, the government argued in a court filing.
A federal judge is set to rule Friday on a motion to stop the immediate deportations of families once they have been reunited.