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The Latest: Arkansas officer who was shot in neck has diedHACKETT, Ark. (AP) The Latest on the shooting of two law enforcement officers in western Arkansas (all times local):
Colorado family says son died fighting for Kurdish militiaCASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) The parents of a Colorado man reported killed while fighting against the Islamic State group says their son joined Kurdish forces because he admired them and they became his “comrades in arms.”
Utah police shooting victim in court on robbery chargesSALT LAKE CITY (AP) A teenage Somali refugee who was critically wounded by police during a fight outside a homeless shelter earlier this year arrived to his first court appearance Wednesday on robbery and drug charges in a wheelchair.
The Latest: Ex aides testify against Pennsylvania officialNORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) The Latest on Pennsylvania Attorney General (all times local):
The Latest: Ex New England mob boss to be held without bailBOSTON (AP) The Latest on the arrest of former New England mob boss Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme (all times local):
Bill Clinton’s Most Important SpeechIt was hard to imagine that Bill Clinton could make as powerful a speech on behalf of his wife as he did on behalf of Barack Obama four years ago.
Confronting Both Nostalgia and AmnesiaThe haunting U2 lyric, “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for,” captures what many Americans seem to feel about politics in 2016. And a lot of us are looking backward.
Lessons From Britain’s Unnecessary CrisisElites are in trouble. High levels of immigration are destabilizing our democracies. Politicians who put their short term political interests over their countries’ needs reap the whirlwind for themselves but, more importantly, for their nations.