Doug Stanglin, USA TODAY

Doug Stanglin


Arlington, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Douglas:

Two dead near Los Angeles as Saddleridge fire forces 100,000 people to evacuate

The Saddleridge fire, which began in Sylmar, is moving quickly thanks to Santa Ana winds, burning homes and forcing evacuations in California near LA → Read More

Vaping-related lung injury cases jump to 1,299; deaths rise to 26

The number of lung injury cases linked to vaping has jumped to 1,299 and deaths to 26, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. → Read More

Florida woman obsessed with Columbine arrested with pipe bombs, pistols in her bedroom, police say

A 27-year-old Florida woman had pipe bombs, weapons and bomb making materials in her bedroom, police say → Read More

Atheist group says Texas judge 'crossed the line' when she handed a Bible to Amber Guyger

The Freedom from Religion Foundation has filed a complaint after Texas Judge Tammy Kemp gave Amber Guyger a Bible after being convicted of murder → Read More

Vaping-related lung injury cases surge to 1,080; deaths rise to 18

A new Mayo Clinic study of vaping-related lung injuries finds that "toxic chemical fumes," not oils, may be the cause. → Read More

North Korea tests submarine-launched missile a day after saying it will resume nuclear talks with US

A day after saying it would resume nuclear talks with the US, North Korea said it successfully test-fired a submarine-launched missile. → Read More

Cases of vaping lung disease jump to 805 with 12 deaths, but cause remains a mystery, CDC says

The number of vaping-related lung illnesses jumped to 805, up from 530 cases last week. The CDC says the cause is undetermined. → Read More

5 deaths now linked to flooding in Texas after Tropical Storm Imelda

Tropical Depression Imelda brought deadly flooding to Texas. Now, authorities say five deaths are linked to the storm → Read More

Skip school and strike: Students across the US will join Global Climate Strike marches

High school students concerned about climate change will walk out of school Friday to join Global Climate Strike marches. → Read More

After passing the Bahamas, Tropical Storm Humberto is expected to become a hurricane

Tropical Storm Humberto in the Atlantic is expected to turn into a hurricane as it moves past the Bahamas → Read More

A 6th person has died from a vaping-related lung illness, this time in Kansas

A 50-year-old Kansan is the sixth person nationally to die of vaping-related lung illness, according to state health authorities. → Read More

Dorian, now headed toward New England, left 70K homeless in Bahamas, U.N. says

Hurricane Dorian, which and was expected to clip parts of southeast New England and Nova Scotia after moving out to sea Saturday, has left 43 people dead and 70,000 people homeless in the Bahamas, according to the United Nations. → Read More

Dramatic Coast Guard video shows doomed charter boat engulfed in flames

Coast Guard aerial video of a doomed boat ablaze off the Southern California coast shows flames engulfing the vessel as it begins to sink, killing 34. → Read More

Dorian, packing near 150 mph winds, bears down on The Bahamas as it hurtles toward Florida

As a strengthened Hurricane Dorian bore down on the Bahamas Saturday, bringing the danger of life-threatening storm surges and heavy rain, new tracking forecasts suggested the storm could turn north before hitting the U.S. mainland, and move up the coast instead. → Read More

Report: El Paso shooter bought weapon from Romania, ammo from Russia

The gunman accused of killing 22 people at an El Paso Walmart has told law enforcement that he bought his weapon online from Romania, report says. → Read More

Portland police keeping far-right protesters, antifa groups apart; violence avoided during rallies

A heavy police presence kept members of the Proud Boys and other far-right groups separated from far-left activists at a downtown park Saturday. → Read More

Autopsy finds Epstein suffered broken neck bones, reports say

Jeffrey Epstein, who died last weekend, suffered multiple breaks to his neck bones, including the hyoid bone near the Adam's apple, reports say. → Read More

'Nothing short of a miracle': Dramatic standoff with Philadelphia gunman ends with no loss of life

Throughout a seven-hour gun battle that turned a Philadelphia neighborhood into a war zone, the goal was 'preservation of life.' → Read More

Family of Dayton gunman apologizes for writing 'insensitive' obituary

An obituary for Connor Betts, the gunman in Dayton, Ohio, who killed nine, was removed from a funeral home's website at the request of the family. → Read More

Jeffrey Epstein found dead in jail cell of apparent suicide, media reports

Jeffrey Epstein, the disgraced financier who faced federal sex trafficking charges, died early Saturday in his New York jail cell in an apparent suicide, according to media reports. → Read More