Pike County massacre: How the largest homicide investigation in Ohio history unfolded

  1. Pike County massacre: How the largest homicide investigation in Ohio history unfolded  USA TODAY
  2. George ‘Billy’ Wagner, suspect in Ohio family murders, appears in court  NBCNews.com
  3. Four arrested over 2016 Ohio murders of eight family members  BBC News
  4. Ohio family murders suspect arrested in Kentucky returning to Ohio to face charges  ABC News
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Authorities: Prosecuting Ohio Massacre Case Could Last Years

  1. Authorities: Prosecuting Ohio Massacre Case Could Last Years  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Mom accused of murder in Ohio family’s slaying once said victim was ‘like a daughter’  NBCNews.com
  3. Arrests in Ohio murders of Rhoden family don’t ease minds of residents in area  USA TODAY
  4. Nearly three years after ‘execution-style’ killing of family, four charged with murder, police say  Washington Post
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A massacre and then raging fires: Thousand Oaks grapples with 'nonstop chaos'

  1. A massacre and then raging fires: Thousand Oaks grapples with ‘nonstop chaos’  Washington Post
  2. ‘It Really Can’t Get Much Worse’: Thousand Oaks, First Hit by Shooting, Now Faces Fire  New York Times
  3. ‘I just wonder what’s next’: Thousand Oaks residents deal with mass shooting, horrific fire  USA TODAY
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Opinion: Trump's Wednesday Afternoon Massacre

Given President Donald Trump’s prolonged campaign to degrade Attorney General Jeff Sessions as “weak,” “beleaguered” and “scared stiff and Missing in Action,” it seemed inevitable that Trump would fire Sessions shortly after midterms. Few expected, however, that Trump would drop the ax on Sessions before the voting machines even had a chance to cool. Trump’s Wednesday Afternoon Massacre poses a serious, even existential, threat to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation.


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'Stop the words of hate,' rabbi urges leaders after synagogue massacre. Trump keeps tweeting.

  1. ‘Stop the words of hate,’ rabbi urges leaders after synagogue massacre. Trump keeps tweeting.  Washington Post
  2. Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: What we know, questions that remain  USA TODAY
  3. Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wounded in gunfight leaves hospital, set to make court appearance  ABC News
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For American Jews, Pittsburgh synagogue massacre is culmination of worst fears

  1. For American Jews, Pittsburgh synagogue massacre is culmination of worst fears  Washington Post
  2. Who Is Robert Bowers, the Suspect in the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting?  New York Times
  3. Dozens of federal, state charges filed against shooting suspect Robert Bowers  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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One year after Las Vegas massacre, gunman's motive a mystery

One year after Las Vegas massacre, gunman's motive a mysteryOne year after a heavily armed gunman embarked on the deadliest mass shooting in US history, raining automatic weapons fire from a hotel window down onto a country music concert, Las Vegas is no closer to knowing why. Mynda Smith, whose sister Neysa Tonks was killed at the concert, spoke at the event. In Washington, President Donald Trump marked the anniversary.


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One year after Las Vegas massacre, gunman's motive a mystery

One year after Las Vegas massacre, gunman's motive a mysteryOne year after a heavily armed gunman embarked on the deadliest mass shooting in US history, raining automatic weapons fire from a hotel window down onto a country music concert, Las Vegas is no closer to knowing why. Mynda Smith, whose sister Neysa Tonks was killed at the concert, spoke at the event. In Washington, President Donald Trump marked the anniversary.


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Calls mount to avert 'massacre' in Syria's Idlib

Calls mount to avert 'massacre' in Syria's IdlibInternational calls mounted Wednesday to avoid a “massacre” by regime forces in Syria’s last rebel-held province of Idlib, two days before a summit between key powers backing the government and opposition. The United Nations says nearly three million people live in Idlib and global concern has risen in recent days over a threatened regime assault to oust rebels and jihadists from the northwestern province and surrounding areas. US President Donald Trump warned “the world is watching” as Syrian troops mass on the edges of the province that borders Turkey, raising fears of a humanitarian disaster.


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