Doug Stanglin, USA TODAY

Doug Stanglin

USA TODAY

Arlington, VA, United States

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  • KTVB.COM
  • ABC10
  • 10 News Tampa Bay
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • 12 News
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Recent articles by Douglas:

Active shooter at manufacturing company as police swarm industrial site in Chicago suburb

Heavily armed police swarm to industrial valve company in southwest Chicago suburb of Aurora. → Read More

Flu widespread in US with 17.8 million cases since October, but experts see 'low-severity' season

The CDC found lower percentage of outpatient visits, lower rates of hospitalization and fewer deaths attributed to pneumonia and flu compared with recent years. → Read More

Virginia black caucus, Dem lawmakers call for Justin Fairfax to step down after new sexual assault accusation

The second accusation of sexual assault against Fairfax prompts one lawmaker to threaten impeachment proceedings. → Read More

Manhunt continues for Dakota Theriot, suspect in 5 killings in Louisiana

Authorities said the killings in two areas around Baton Rouge appeared to involve a domestic dispute. → Read More

Banksy drawing, worth millions, of sad-faced girl stolen in Paris

The image had been drawn on the emergency door of the Bataclan concert hall in memory of a deadly terrorist attack in 2015 that killed 90 people. → Read More

Suspect sought in 5 killings near Baton Rouge in an apparent domestic dispute

A shooting in Louisiana has left five people dead, authorities said. → Read More

British paper apologizes to Melania Trump, pays 'substantial damages' over article

The Telegraph said it published false claims about first Lady Melania Trump's family and modeling career in its Saturday Magazine. → Read More

Roger Stone indictment: Top takeaways from the 24-page report

While it does not mention WikiLeaks by name, referring to the group instead as "Organization 1," the indictment makes clear that the outfit, headed by Julian Assange, is at the heart of the case. → Read More

5 'senselessly murder' after gunman takes hostages in Florida bank

SWAT team in Sebring, Fla., arrest gunman who opened fire in barricaded SunTrust bank. → Read More

U.S. recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido as president; Russia backs Maduro

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president in a speech Wednesday before masses of anti-government demonstrators. → Read More

Moscow arrest of American on spy charges eerily similar to the 1986 case against U.S. reporter Nick Daniloff

Both were handed materials they thought were innocuous photos or clippings but were purportedly classified. → Read More

Women's March is back amid divisions; 350 'sister marches' set nationwide

The Women's March remains a potent, if diminished, force. → Read More

March for Life 2019: Abortion is 'greatest injustice in our nation'

Marchers on national mall bond with like-minded activists to fight the nation's "greatest injustice." → Read More

Arctic blasts threaten weekend blizzards, heavy snow and paralyzing ice storms

Heavy snows, strong winds expected from the Corn Belt to New England, with up to 40 inches of snow in some parts. → Read More

Jason Spindler, U.S. businessman killed in Nairobi terrorist attack, had survived 9/11

Jason Spindler was so affected by 9/11 that he quit banking to focus on trying to make a difference overseas. → Read More

IRS to bring back half its furloughed workforce for tax season

The unpaid workers will handle tax returns, refunds during shutdown, but phone service will be curtailed and walk-up centers closed. → Read More

'I did it': Saudi teen fleeing alleged family abuse arrives in Canada as an asylum refugee

The 18-year-old barricaded herself in an airport hotel in Bangkok and took to Twitter when Thai authorities threatened to deport her. → Read More

Trump blasts Comey as 'total sleaze' in response to FBI probe reports

The president goes on a tweetstorm in response to New York Times report of a Russia-related FBI investigation of Trump last year. → Read More

Brutal winter storm dumps 9 inches of snow on St. Louis, rolls toward Washington

The storm, stretching from Denver to the Eastern seaboard, broke a 109-year record with more than 10 inches of snow on Columbia,Mo. → Read More

Flu is widespread in US with 7.3 million people sick, but experts see a milder season

As many as 7.3 million people have been sick with the flu since the season began in October, with between 69,000 and 84,000 people hospitalized for treatment, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday. → Read More