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- ESL teacher sentenced to eight years for storing and advertising two terabytes of child po...Christopher Eklund, who spent two years in a Chinese prison for child pornography, will be spend another eight years in an American prison. ..... Read More.18 mins ago
- NASA, SpaceX approve test flight next week of crew capsuleCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA and SpaceX have approved a test flight next week of the new commercial Dragon capsule designed for crew. No one will be aboard. But the capsule will still fly to the International Space Station, following its planned March 2 liftoff from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Officials gave the green light […] ..... Read More.18 mins ago
- Analysis: This Republican governor sounds like he is going to take on Trump in 2020The political world is focused on the ever-growing Democratic 2020 field, all jockeying for their chance to beat President Donald Trump next November. But it looks increasingly likely that Trump is going to have to clear a major hurdle before he even gets there: A primary challenge from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan. ..... Read More.19 mins ago
- Proposed project seeks to recognize Boston’s slavery tiesBOSTON (AP) — Boston is taking a step toward recognizing the role slavery played at one of its most visited landmarks. Democratic Mayor Mary Walsh’s administration has proposed spending $315,000 to restore 17th and 18th century artifacts found beneath Faneuil (FAN’-yul) Hall as part of a project highlighting Boston’s role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. […] ..... Read More.22 mins ago
- Alabama newspaper publisher defends his editorial wishing for the KKK to ‘ride again...Goodloe Sutton, 80, is defending his controversial editorial published last week in his paper the Democrat-Reporter where he asked 'the Ku Klux Klan to night ride again' and discussed lynching. ..... Read More.24 mins ago
- Judge strikes down North Carolina voter ID OK’d by votersRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina judge has voided constitutional amendments approved by voters in November requiring photo identification to vote in person and capping the state income tax rate. The judge sided Friday with the state NAACP, which argued last year’s edition of the General Assembly that voted to put amendments to the […] ..... Read More.25 mins ago