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Vigil held in Colorado town for slain pregnant woman and daughters

Vigil held in Colorado town for slain pregnant woman and daughtersShanann Watts, 34, and her daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, were reported missing from their home in Frederick, 25 miles north of Denver, by a family friend on Monday afternoon, touching off an exhaustive search by law enforcement agencies. Chris Watts was taken into custody on Wednesday on suspicion of murder, a day before the bodies of his wife and children were found. Watts, 33, had pleaded for the safe return of his pregnant wife and two young daughters while the search was underway.

Sat, 18 Aug 2018 14:31:59 -0400
Trans students: A test of identity for U.S. girls schools

Trans students: A test of identity for U.S. girls schoolsAs students who are openly transgender or non-binary - those who identify as neither male nor female - have become more visible at girls schools in recent years, educators are re-defining policies on admission, retention and other issues. The challenge, experts say, is to create policies that support and respect students while preserving the historic mission of these schools to educate and empower young women in exclusively female environments.

Sat, 18 Aug 2018 12:45:05 -0400
U.S. senators demand answers from Army after Reuters report on lead poisoning

U.S. senators demand answers from Army after Reuters report on lead poisoning"We write to you today concerned about recent reports of lead poisoning at a number of Army installations," the senators wrote. The letter, written by Democratic Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner of Virginia, along with Republican Senators David Perdue and Johnny Isakson of Georgia, came a day after Reuters reported that more than 1,000 young children tested at military clinics had elevated lead levels between 2011 and 2016. The Reuters investigation also found that several military bases had not been reporting children's blood test results to state health departments, violating state laws and creating public health blind spots.

Sat, 18 Aug 2018 04:48:26 -0400
Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to familyThe verdict by the jury in Dallas County District Court includes more than $143.6 million in punitive damages after jurors agreed that the actions of Lexus-maker Toyota Motor Corp and Toyota Motor Sales amounted to gross negligence, the Law Offices of Frank L. Branson said in a statement. The 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter of Benjamin and Kristi Reavis were in the car's back seat, in child safety seats, the statement said.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 21:22:56 -0400
U.S. judge approves plan to reunite separated immigrant families

U.S. judge approves plan to reunite separated immigrant familiesThe plan negotiated by the U.S. government and immigrant rights advocates marked the second stage of federal efforts to reunite 2,551 children ages 5 to 17 with their parents. Sabraw, who was appointed to the bench by President George W. Bush, on Friday acknowledged the challenges in efficiently bringing parents and children back together.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 18:26:53 -0400
Ex-lawyer of pharma executive Shkreli gets 18 months prison for fraud scheme

Ex-lawyer of pharma executive Shkreli gets 18 months prison for fraud schemeEvan Greebel, who was outside counsel to Shkreli's former company Retrophin Inc , was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto in Brooklyn. The judge also ordered Greebel to pay about $10.4 million in restitution to Retrophin. "I will regret, every day of my life, the day I met Martin Shkreli," Greebel said.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 17:54:59 -0400
U.S. court orders Trump administration to enforce chemical safety rule

U.S. court orders Trump administration to enforce chemical safety ruleThe D.C. Circuit Court ruling was the latest to counter efforts under President Donald Trump, a Republican, to delay environmental regulations introduced by former President Barack Obama, a Democrat. The court ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to implement the Chemical Disaster Rule, saying the agency did not have authority to delay the rule for 20 months. The EPA cannot delay the rule "by invoking general rulemaking authority under a different statutory provision," of federal clean air law, the court said in the ruling.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:46:31 -0400
Trailer at New Mexico compound had been stolen in Alabama: police

Trailer at New Mexico compound had been stolen in  Alabama: policeA camping trailer at the New Mexico compound where five people were charged with child abuse earlier this month had been stolen from an Alabama farmer and towed to the ramshackle settlement north of Taos, police said on Friday. The trailer, which was partially buried at the compound, was reported stolen from a farm in Notasulga, Alabama, in August 2017, New Mexico Office of Special Investigations Special Agent-in-Charge Mark Torres told Reuters. Torres said it was towed to the compound last December by a white moving truck owned by Lucas Morton, one of the people arrested at the settlement.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 15:56:23 -0400
Psychologist may examine if Reagan shooter deserves complete freedom

Psychologist may examine if Reagan shooter deserves complete freedomA federal judge on Friday authorized a psychologist chosen by the U.S. government to examine John Hinckley, who shot President Ronald Reagan in a 1981 assassination attempt, in order to determine whether he deserves unconditional freedom. Hinckley, 63, has been living with his mother in Williamsburg, Virginia, with many restrictions on his travel and contact with the outside world, since his September 2016 release from a Washington, D.C., psychiatric hospital. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman said the psychologist, Mitchell Hugonnet, may examine Hinckley to determine his "present mental condition and risk of dangerousness" if he were released unconditionally or subject to new conditions.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 13:49:12 -0400
Gunman who killed five at Florida airport sentenced to life

Gunman who killed five at Florida airport sentenced to lifeEsteban Santiago, 28, had pleaded guilty in May to launching the attack, near a baggage carousel at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6, 2017. U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom had pushed back the sentencing hearing to allow families of victims to be present. A woman who was wounded and whose husband was killed told Santiago he was a coward, WFOR-TV in Miami reported.

Fri, 17 Aug 2018 13:41:51 -0400
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