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Waffle House shooting: Suspect in killing of four taken into custody after manhunt

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The man suspected of killing four people and injuring four others after opening fire inside a Tennessee Waffle House has been arrested following a massive manhunt, according to police.

Travis Jeffrey Reinking, 29, was taken into custody on Monday afternoon, moments after a press conference in which police said they had no new leads.

"Murder suspect Travis Reinking is in custody. Arrested moments ago," Metropolitan Nashville Police Department tweeted just after 2 p.m. ET.

In a second tweet, police said that Reinking was found "in a wooded area near Old Hickory Blvd & Hobson Pk.," which is less than two miles from the Waffle House.

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Van-Borne Terrorist Struck ‘Every Single Thing’ on Toronto Sidewalk

Terror in Toronto 4/23/18Police have arrested a suspect after a van mounted the curb and struck numerous pedestrians in Toronto

The incident happened on Yonge Street south of Finch Avenue, according to the Toronto Police Service. Initial estimates suggest eight to 10 people were struck.

Witness Alex Shaker, who was driving southbound at the time, says the van was travelling at high speed on the sidewalk. The van was also southbound.

“He started going down on the sidewalk and crumbling down people one by one,” Shaker told CTV News Channel on Monday afternoon.

Update: 9:50 PM (ET).  Toronto officials report that ten people have died, and  15 others were injured as a result of this attack.

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Cops Kill DREAMer’s Father After Hitting the Wrong House

Cops kill Dreamer's dad.  Hit wrong house.

Ismael Lopez was killed by police who came to his home in the middle of the night looking for an alleged domestic abuser who actually lived across the street. Nearly a year later, the authorities continue to shield the identities of the cops who killed him and won’t allow for a public accounting of the many mishaps that led to Lopez’s needless death.

Lopez was a Mexican-born immigrant who worked without documentation as an auto mechanic for the City of Bartlett, Tennessee. Across the state line in Southaven, Mississippi on July 23, 2017 he was asleep in his home when, according to his wife, Claudia, their barking pit bull woke the couple from their slumber. Ismael got out of bed to investigate. Moments later he was dead after a bullet ripped through the back of hisskull.

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Complaints Filed Against 18 Students Over ‘Extremely Racist’ Theta Tau Video

Complaintes filed against racist college videoSyracuse University’s Department of Public Safety and Student Affairs office have investigated and filed complaints against 18 people present at a Theta Tau-sponsored event captured in videos published by The Daily Orange last week.

DPS Chief Bobby Maldonado announced the filing of complaints in a campus-wide email on Sunday evening.

“Our investigation is ongoing and others may be implicated in the coming days,” Maldonado said.

Those 18 individuals have also been removed from academic participation out of an “abundance of caution” and concern for the university community, Maldonado said. Alternate class and study arrangements will be made for those students during the university’s judicial process, the chief said.

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Court rules against Trump administration’s delay on car efficiency fines

Court tules against Trump on delay for car emission fines

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the Trump administration cannot delay a regulation that increased automakers’ fines for “gas-guzzling” cars that violate fuel efficiency standards.

In a brief order that did not explain its reasoning, the New York City-based Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturned a July 2017 action by the Department of Transportation (DOT) that indefinitely delayed the increased penalties under the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) program.

The three-judge panel of the court said it would issue a fully explained opinion “in due course.”

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U.S. eases sanctions on aluminum firm tied to Russian oligarch

US eases sanctions against aluminum company connected to Russian oligarc

The Treasury Department Monday eased sanctions on Russian aluminum producer Rusal and said it would consider lifting them altogether if the company severs ties with Oleg Deripaska, a Russian oligarch with close ties to President Vladimir Putin.

Rusal was sanctioned earlier this month by Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control because of Deripaska's stake in the company. The Russian billionaire is alleged to have conducted a range of illegal activities, including money laundering, extortion and ordering the murder of a businessman, according to Treasury.

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Saudi-led coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians: residents

Coalition air raid kills 20 Yemeni civilians

Twenty people have been killed in an air strike by a Saudi-led military coalition in southwestern Yemen, residents said.

The attack on Friday hit a car transporting 20 passengers in the south of Taiz province, locals told Reuters news agency.

Six bodies had been identified but the rest were charred beyond recognition, the residents added.

TVNL Comment: The 'Saudi-led military coalition' is financed by the US.  This is rarely reported in the US media, nor are Yemeni deaths deemed important enough to report at all.

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Journalist shot dead while broadcasting live in Nicaragua as death toll hits 25

Protesters show casings after journalist is hot dead while broadcasting in Nicaragua

The death toll from anti-government protests in Nicaragua has risen to 25 as the national police were accused of using live rounds against demonstrators.

Those killed include Ángel Gahona, a journalist who was shot dead while presenting a live broadcast on protests in Bluefields, a town on the country’s Caribbean coast.

Grainy, night-time footage shows Gahona holding up a mobile phone as he approaches city hall, reporting live via Facebook on four days of protests in the Central American country.

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Michael Cohen case shines light on Sean Hannity's property empire

Sean Hannity: Michael Cohen case shines light on real estate empire

When Sean Hannity was named in court this week as a client of Donald Trump’s embattled legal fixer Michael Cohen, the Fox News host insisted their discussions had been limited to the subject of buying property.

“I’ve said many times on my radio show: I hate the stock market, I prefer real estate. Michael knows real estate,” Hannity said on television, a few hours after the dramatic hearing in Manhattan, where Cohen is under criminal investigation.

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