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Doug Stanglin


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Recent articles by Douglas:

7 dead, 3 hurt after motorcycles and pickup truck collide on rural road in New Hampshire

The crash happened about 500 feet from lodging where many motorcyclists were staying. → Read More

At annual call-in show, Vladimir Putin talks Western sanctions, arrested reporter and $390B infrastructure bill

At his annual call-in show, Russian President Vladimir Putin backed a $390 billion spending program to address an array of complaints by callers. → Read More

Dutch probe to charge 4 suspects with murder in 2014 shootdown of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine

After a five-year probe, Dutch-led investigators charged four suspects with murder in the shootdown of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014. → Read More

DNA leads Colorado police to arrest of murder suspect in 32-year-old cold case

Authorities who used a DNA sample to create an image of the possible suspect in a 32-year-old murder case have arrested a suburban Denver man. → Read More

Hong Kong braces for more protests as political pressure builds to delay or scrap extradition bill

As Hong Kong braces for another round of protests, there were signs among the city's political leaders that the proposed extradition bill that has triggered strong opposition might be delayed, if not watered down. → Read More

Tony Rodham found dead after rocky life that included lobbying Pres. Bill Clinton to pardon Tenn. couple

Tony Roadham, Hillary Clinton''s youngest brother, died Friday. Rodham lobbied President Bill Clinton to pardon a Tennessee couple convicted of bank fraud. → Read More

Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton's youngest brother, dies

Tony Rodham had numerous financial difficulties, including failed businesses anda string of shaky investment deals. → Read More

West Coast braces for heat wave, raising fears of wildfires in Northern California

In Palm Springs, temperatures could hit 110 on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Ex-Minneapolis cop sentenced to 12.5 years for murder of Australian woman Justine Damond

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was sentenced in the 2017 shooting death of Justine Damond, a woman from Australia who was unarmed. → Read More

Reports: Man arrested for alleged plot to set off explosive devices in Times Square

A man was arrested in a sting operation on charges of plotting to set off explosive devices in Times Square, according to New York media reports. → Read More

'War zone': 12 killed in Virginia Beach as gunman roamed three floors, shooting at will

At least one shooter wounded multiple people at a municipal center in Virginia Beach on Friday → Read More

Hiker Amanda Eller found alive after being lost 2 weeks in Maui, Hawaii forest

A 35-year-old physical therapist and yoga instructor who went missing in the Makawao Forest Reserve on Maui, Hawaii, two weeks ago has been found alive, according to her family and a Facebook page devoted to the search. → Read More

John Walker Lindh, American who became Taliban fighter, released from prison after 17 years

John Walker Lindh, a California man dubbed the "American Taliban" following his capture, was released from prison Thursday. → Read More

Abortion bills at nexus of national debate among states

Alabama's passage of the nation's strictest abortion law is the latest bid by states in the South and Midwest to stake out a legal challenge on a highly emotional, and controversial topic. → Read More

'Multiple fatalities' as out- of- control truck ploughs in stalled cars on Denver's I-70

A stretch of highway west of Denver remained closed Friday hours after an out-of-control semi-tractor trailer carrying wood slammed into stopped cars causing multiple fatalities, police said. → Read More

Atheist prayers can be denied by House chaplain, appeals court rules

A federal Court of Appeals sided with Father Patrick Conroy, the House chaplain, in ruling that he could not be ordered to allow a self-described atheist to offer a secular prayer to Congress. → Read More

Severe storms move east, leaving 3 dead and more than 100,000 without power

Bad weather, including gusty winds and possible tornadoes, could hit from Florida to the Mid-Atlantic on Friday. → Read More

Sen. McConnell to offer bill raising nationwide age limit for buying tobacco and vaping products to 21

Sen. Mitch McConnell said he will introduce a bill to raise the nationwide minimum age for buying tobacco products and vaping devices from 18 to 21. → Read More

Severe storm system threatens Deep South with strong winds, flooding, tornadoes

A three-day severe storm system that brought hail, high winds and some tornadoes to the Kansas-Texas corridor moved slowly eastward. → Read More

University at Buffalo student dies 6 days after injury in potential hazing

An 18-year-old University at Buffalo student who was involved in a possible hazing incident at a college fraternity has died. → Read More