Police are seeking a mattress and box spring that they say were given away from the home last week and could be related to the case of missing University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck.
In Rhode Island, state and city leaders promised to fix the district, but many were cited as part of the problem in a Johns Hopkins University report.
From a parent.
Sarah Fabian argued in the 9th Circuit last week that detained migrant children are not legally entitled to toothbrushes, soap or adequate sleeping conditions. She apologized in a private Facebook post obtained by The Post.
A clerk at a St. Louis-area store said she was one of the first people to reach Officer Michael Langsdorf and grabbed his radio to call for help.
Companies are trying to rein in medical misinformation on social media, but the problem isn’t just technological. It’s also human.
Mackenzie Lueck has been missing a week after she took a Lyft from the airport, leaving few clues to her whereabouts.
He was one of the first African American military aviators and later directed Project Blue Book.
The move comes as departments around the country respond to an advocacy group highlighting racist, sexist and anti-Muslim social media posts by officers.
The move comes as police departments around the country respond to an advocacy group highlighting racist, sexist and anti-Muslim social media posts by officers.