The indictment says the suspects used “coded language” in their communications over email and social media.
In 2013 there were 80 firearm homicides in Kansas, but 240 firearm suicides.
The ruling brings gay marriage to a state considered one of the Bible Belt’s most socially conservative.
Last month’s experiment ended in a giant fireball.
“Eddie stated he was hurting and that his family does not understand what he has been through,” the police report said.
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She was arraigned Friday on a misdemeanor aggravated harassment charge.
Child welfare officials contend the woman couldn’t properly care for a newborn and insist they acted in the child’s best interests.
The cause of the accident is under investigation.
The defense argued the device wasn’t actually a bomb because no trigger was attached.
Spencer Zwick may be the most sought after man in Republican politics.
Mueller is the only known remaining U.S. hostage held by the Islamic State group.
All six people who are charged are natives of Bosnia who were living in the U.S. legally.
A House committee considering the bill voted 8-5 against it.
Requires 220,000 signatures in next 90-days.
Two-time Academy Award nominee Stewart Stern dies.
Photos are of JFK and Jackie during Cape Cod vacation.
Williams apologized earlier this week for the comment.
Claims of domestic abuse from his ex-girlfriend.
The critical missing piece has been a painful lack of pay raises for many Americans.
Measles is in the news, but it’s just one of more than a dozen preventable and sometimes forgotten diseases.
It published photos allegedly of the bombed site, showing a damaged three-story building.
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It was unclear why the second engine was shut down.