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Moroccan police arrested a man on Tuesday who is suspected in the killing of two female tourists from Norway and Denmark who were found with their throats slashed in the Atlas Mountains on Monday, according to Al Jazeera. The Interior Ministry of Morocco said the women's bodies were found in an isolated area near Imlil, near the popular hiking destination of Toubkal, North Africa's highest peak. The man was arrested in Marrakech, the largest tourist hub in Morocco, but police were also still

WASHINGTON—According to a report released Tuesday by The American Economic Journal, you’re supposed to tip supermarket cashiers, you selfish goddamn son of a bitch. “What the fuck is wrong with you?” the report read in part, going on to say that these people need that money to survive and questioning whether you’ve ever even bothered to consider what their lives must be like. “They get paid like two bucks an hour, asshole—what’s so hard about slipping the cashier a couple bucks when you…

President Donald Trump's administration announced on Tuesday a school safety commission was suggesting to rescind an Obama-era policy that aimed to reduce racial disparities in school discipline, according to National Public Radio. The federal commission led by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos called on schools to "seriously consider partnering with local law enforcement in the training and arming of school personnel." Trump established the commission after the mass shooting in Marjory Stoneman

Hungary's political opposition promised to maintain pressure on the far-right prime minister Viktor Orban and his Fidesz political party on Tuesday after a week of protests brought thousands to the streets of Budapest, according to CNN. Four MPs were roughed up by security guards after attempting to state their demands on state television on Monday while hundreds gathered outside the headquarters of Hungarian state television, shouting out "Vik-ta-tor" (a combination of Viktor and dictator). The

A new study published on Tuesday says many adults with chronic pain don't receive additional benefits from opioids c ompared to a placebo and physical condition on average, according to NBC News. The majority of patients involved in the study would experience no meaningful benefit from opioids, but even those benefits tended to decrease over time and come with extra side-effects including vomiting, constipation, developing a physical dependence, and the risk of overdosing. The report was a

Shawn McKenzie will be inserting a Middle Eastern flair to the company's sweet and savory menus.

Chuck Schumer declared this week that Democrats will not provide any more funding for a border wall, noting that he and fellow Democrats are willing to wait until they have a House majority to help push forward their interests. What do you think?

December 18, 2018 - The market’s worst December in decades create challenges for the C-suite to stay focused on core businesses.

Every teacher I had in school said I would be a loser. I’m not mad at them for thinking that … it was just the time I grew up in. If you didn’t have good gra...

A major fire broke out in the Brazilian city of Manaus near the Amazon jungle on early Tuesday morning, burning through more than 600 wooden houses built on stilts, according to Reuters. The houses were traditionally built on the wooden stilts due to seasonal flooding. Thousands fled the flames which consumed their homes, but no deaths were reported from the early morning blaze. Authorities said the blaze could have been triggered by a pressure cooker exploding. Four people were taken to the

NEW YORK—Saying the news would come as a big disappointment to her, former CBS chairman and CEO Les Moonves confided to reporters Tuesday that he was uncertain how to tell his wife Julie Chen he didn’t get the $120 million bonus he had been expecting from the company. “She’s going to be so upset with me when she finds out,” said Moonves, adding that he could put off breaking it to Chen for a little while, but that eventually she would wonder what…

“Kay should be an elder.”
It was handwritten in black sharpie on a big white page—just one quote among many others on one of those big flip chart tripods. Some life moments sparkle

CLEVELAND—Claiming it was the most humane way to deal with their suffering fans, the Cleveland Browns announced Tuesday that they had euthanized the entirety of the Dawg Pound following a rabies outbreak. “They were a part of our Browns family, and we’re heartbroken over cutting their lives short, but putting them down was the only option,” said team owner Jimmy Haslam, who revealed the Browns’ concern…

The Aurora Summit in Two Harbors, now in its second year, bills itself as the leading conference in the U.S. for fans of the eerie, elusive night sky phenomenon.

The sentencing hearing for President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn was postponed on Tuesday after a contentious hearing where a federal judge told Flynn "arguably you sold your country out," according to Politico. Flynn's sentencing hearing was over a charge of lying to the FBI but a federal judge offered to delay the hearing until Flynn finished cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing probe into Russian collusion with Trump's 2016 presidential

Rise in listings, decrease in sales suggest Twin Cities area prices should decline. But for now, median sale breaks $265,000 in November, a record.

Sometimes it can be hard to get into the holiday cheer, but luckily we’ve got some of our favorite breweries ready to let you try the perfect beers to lift your holiday spirit and warm you up! Let’s cheers to our friends at Modist, Bent Paddle, Castle Danger, Wooden Hill, Indeed, Inbound, Excelsior, Lake Monster, …

More journalists were killed, abused and subjected to violence in 2018 than in any other year on record, with those in the profession facing an "unprecedented level of hostility," a new report has found.

Fighting between Yemeni pro-government forces and the Houthi rebels subsided in the key port city of Hodeida on Tuesday, according to CBS News. Even though skirmishes continued for several hours after the United Nations-brokered truce began at midnight, locals said by mid-morning it was relatively calm. The truce was agreed upon by both sides at the UN-sponsored peace talks in Sweden, but sources said some heavy clashes and air raids continued after the midnight deadline. "There has been

SPOKANE, WA—Declaring his willingness to put the whole phase of his life behind him once and for all, 28-year-old man Neil Donovan confirmed Tuesday that he had finally found it in himself to forgive himself for a terrible mistake he made two seconds ago. “This has been an albatross around my neck for what sometimes seems like several seconds, but I think it’s time that I finally accept myself for what I’ve grown into and move on,” said Donovan, adding that he was…

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