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Up to 7 missing after explosion at Silver Spring, Md., apartment complex

Md. house explosionMontgomery County, Md., fire officials said up to seven residents of a Silver Spring apartment complex were missing Thursday after an explosion and subsequent fire.

Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service Chief Scott Goldstein said at least five to seven Flower Branch Apartments residents are missing. Search dogs have been deployed to find the missing people.


Appeals court blocks order easing Wisconsin voter ID law

Voter ID ban weakened in WisconsinA federal appeals court has blocked a lower court's order that would have eased the Wisconsin voter ID law in advance of the November election.

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order Wednesday staying an injunction a district court judge issued last month allowing voters without legally-approved photo identification to vote by signing an affidavit saying they faced a "reasonable impediment" to getting such an ID.


Two Sebastian County, Arkansas Officers Shot, Suspect In Custody

Sebastian county officers shotA man who is suspected of shooting two Sebastian County officers  on Wednesday (Aug. 10) has been taken into custody, according to the Fort Smith Police Department.

The suspect has been identified as Billy Monroe Jones of Greenwood.

Police said Jones, 34,  barricaded himself inside a home on 4722 Highway 253, which is a south Greenwood address. Officers were able to talk Jones into coming out of the home peacefully with his hands up.


Aide said Christie 'flat out lied,' according to Bridgegate filing

Christie 'flat out lied'Gov. Chris Christie “flat out lied” about the involvement of one of his top aides in the George Washington Bridge scandal, according to a newly uncovered text message from another aide contained in a new court filing.

During a December 2013 press conference, the Republican governor was asked if he could “say with certainty” that no one on his staff was involved in the closure of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge three months earlier.


DOJ: Baltimore police regularly violated constitutional rights

Baltimore police report from DOJThe U.S. Department of Justice concludes in a study that the Baltimore Police Department routinely violated citizens' constitutional rights and describes the relationship between the community and the police as "broken."

Investigators started the probe after the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray, an unarmed black man fatally injured while in police custody.


Alabama Chief Justice To Face Trial For Barring Same-Sex Marriage

Roy MooreA court has decided that Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will face trial in September for violating judicial ethics after he ordered state judges not to issue same-sex marriage licenses early this year.

The Alabama Court of the Judiciary, which has the final say on complaints against state judges, rejected Moore’s motion to dismiss the charges on Monday, paving the way for a trial, reported.


Black families will need 228 years to attain wealth of white families today, shocking new study finds

Black family needs 229 years to catch up to whitesThe racial wealth gap is so wide it would take black families over two centuries to catch up to white families, a jaw-dropping new study found.

Unless public policy intervenes, black households wouldn’t amass the wealth of today's white households for another 228 years, according to research from the Corporation for Enterprise Development and the Institute for Policy Studies.


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