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  1. A 13-year-old Kansas girl has been charged with a felony after she allegedly made a "finger gun" at her middle school last month. The unidentified student was arrested on Sept. 18 after police say "she made a threat at Westridge Middle School with her finger," WDAF-TV reported. According to the Kansas City Star, the girl "formed a gun with her fingers, pointed at four of her ... classmates one at a time, and then turned the pretend weapon toward herself." "No actual weapon [was] found...it was a finger pointed like a gun," Shawnee Mission School District spokesperson David Smit
  2. MSNBC's "Meet the Press" took a stand this week, with host Chuck Todd announcing the show could not "in good conscience" show parts of a Trump 2020 campaign rally because the president dared to criticize Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. "The president of the United States stood in front of a crowd of supporters and character assassinated a man — whatever you might think of his decisions — he's not a public figure, he isn't running for office, and he's not a campaign surrogate. "He's not even on the campaign trail. And he isn't, i
  3. President Donald Trump threatened on Saturday night to sue top congressional Democrats Rep. Adam Schiff and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi amid the House impeachment inquiry into the President. Trump, who has a long track record of calling for lawsuits against his critics and not following through, said, "We're going to take a look at it. We're going after these people. These are bad, bad people." The President was speaking at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC. Trump said he spoke to his lawyers about Schiff and told them, "Sue him anyway, even if we lose, the American public wi
  4. Eight more people were arrested in the past week on felony charges of contracting without a license. The arrests bring the total up to 22 local and out-of-state people offering services from roof repairs to electrical to construction work without the proper licensing. PANAMA CITY — Sting operations in the wake of Hurricane Michael have yielded yet another batch of arrests of people attempting to perform contacting work without a license, according to official reports. Eight more people were arrested in the past week on felony charges of contracting without a license. The arrests brin
  5. PANAMA CITY — Tensions at the Panama City Mall stole the spotlight this weekend when a grand re-opening of the mall movie theater led to operators of the mall calling police. According to Panama City Police Department reports, officers arrived about 6 p.m. to the mall, 2150 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., to a call of a citizen’s assist. Mall management told officers that despite not being authorized to reopen in the wake of Hurricane Michael, managers of the movie theater inside their building had decided to open its doors to screenings of movies for the public. Despite attempts to have th
  6. Matilda Hagerman laughs with her friends as she queues at a man-free music festival, which kicked off in Sweden on Friday in protest against a wave of sexual assaults at festivals in recent years. "This festival was necessary because of everything that happened during festivals last year," says the 27-year-old student with long pink hair and purple lipstick as her friends nod in agreement. Held in Sweden's second-largest city of Gothenburg, the two-day Statement Festival, forbids men but not transgender people. It was announced last year after police received four rape
  7. Targeting is a controversial college football rule. It’s designed to limit especially dangerous hits, but in a sport this complicated and fast-moving, it's never going to be perfectly applied. Fans and media are often frustrated with the rule’s seemingly inconsistent usage, and I’m not going to tell you it’s flawlessly enforced. I can remember some inexplicable targeting fouls, as I’m sure you can. But one thing we can do is look at the rule itself, to make clear there’s more to it than just helmet-to-helmet hits. Too often, a targeting call that results in the standard 15-yard p
  8. Social media has erupted at a video of Bill Clinton watching Ariana Grande perform at Aretha Franklin’s funeral. Video footage of Miss Grande performing the hit (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman had social media paying more attention to Mr Clinton’s gaze, rather than Miss Grande’s vocals. Social media users criticised the former president as “gross” after his eyes appeared to wander onto Miss Grande's derriere. One user said: “Gross..watch Bill Clinton look Ariana Grande up and down when she sings at #ArethaFranklinFuneral and try not to throw up in your mouth
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