Fugitive Hid for 40 Years as ‘Nice Guy’ in Quiet Town


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Fugitive Hid for 40 Years as ‘Nice Guy’ in Quiet Town
A man on the run for 40 years after a deadly attack capture by settling in a quiet North Carolina town where he ran a wallpaper store.

‘War Crime’: 6 Hospitals Bombed in 7 Days, Group Says
Syrian government forces launched airstrikes against six hospitals in the Aleppo area within a week, a U.S.-based rights group said Wednesday.

Hurricane Earl Hits Belize, Takes Aim at Mexico
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said heavy rains will be a danger in southern Mexico through Saturday.

Deadly London Stabbing Triggers Call for ‘Calm’
The British capital woke to more armed police patrolling the streets after a teen allegedly stabbed a woman to death and injured five others.

Table Tennis Star Is Youngest U.S. Olympian at Rio Games
Since table tennis became an Olympic sport in 1988, the U.S. has never won a medal. But 16-year-old Kanak Jha might be Team USA’s best shot in Rio.

N.Y. Firefighter’s Home Burned After Racist Threat
Shortly after receiving a threatening letter Kenneth Walker’s home caught on fire. Investigators are working to see if the two are connected.

How America Can Stop Wasting $161 Billion of Food a Year
The United States discards perfectly good equivalent to almost two-thirds of the daily calorie requirement for every man, woman and child.

Trump Taj Mahal Casino to Close, Eliminating 3,000 Jobs
The Trump Taj Mahal casino, opened 26 years ago by Trump but no longer owned by the candidate, announced it will shut down after Labor Day.

Dangerous Floods Possible as Hurricane Heads for Belize
The hurricane is expected to bring as much as 16 inches of rain to parts of Belize and Mexico, and authorities were bracing for floods.

After Bitter Fight, New York Legalizes DraftKings, FanDuel
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law Wednesday a bill classifying big-money fantasy sports contests as “games of skill” — not illegal games of chance.

Candidate Caught Stealing Opponent’s Signs
Tennessee State Representative Curry Todd was arrested for stealing his opponent’s campaign signs after being caught on camera.

Trump Pushes Republican Party to Its Breaking Point
Supporters warn that a tornado of negative stories around Donald Trump threatens to rip his campaign apart.

The Weird New Ways Websites Are Spying on You
Stop “clearing your cookies.” It won’t stop the new breed of snoopers spying on you, using everything from your battery level to your font choice.

U.S. Women Get First Win on Road to Repeat Soccer Gold

Man Arrested After 2 Georgia Teens Fatally Shot in Head
Jeffrey A. Hazelwood, 20, will be charged with murder in the deaths of two 17-year-olds who were found shot in the head. A motive was not disclosed.

Phoenix Serial Killer Struck a Ninth Time, Police Say
The new incident means that the shooter tried to kill again even after police had put the city on alert.

Terrorism Possible in Fatal London Knife Attack: Police
A woman was killed and as many as six other people were wounded in what London police said was a possible terrorist attack.

Muslim Woman Kicked Out of Indiana Store for Wearing Veil
Sarah Muzdaher Safi was asked to leave a Family Dollar store in Gary, Indiana, Monday afternoon because she was wearing a Niqab Islamic veil.

Texas Reaches Deal on Weaker Voter ID Rules for November
Texas agreed Wednesday to weaken its voter ID law as courts across the U.S., with only months before the November election.

Obama Commutes Sentences for Over 200 Federal Inmates
Obama has granted 562 commutations while in office, which the Department of Justice says is more than the past nine presidents combined.

Supreme Court Blocks Transgender Bathroom Ruling
The Supreme Court agreed to put on hold a judge’s order in the growing controversy over restrictions on the use of bathrooms by transgender students.

Trump Expands Battleground States – For Both Candidates
Presidential campaigns are all about the map and even as GOP nominee Donald Trump hammers home his appeal to working class whites in states like Pennsylvania and Ohio, he could be opening up new battleground state opportunities for Hillary Clinton.

Analysis: Trump Not the First to Claim Voter Fraud
Voter fraud could let people vote 10 times, Donald Trump warned Tuesday. Turns out, he’s hardly the first to make such false claims.

Fed Loan Program Runs Dry, Putting Squeeze on Farmers
Desperate farmers across the country are suffering from the worst agricultural slump in more than a decade — and federal assistance has run dry.

Global Stocks Fall for Third Straight Day
World stocks fell for a third straight day on Wednesday, depressed by growing nervousness surrounding central bank policy.

U.K. Woman in Alleged ‘Honor Killing’ Was Strangled: Cops
A 28-year-old British woman whose death is being investigated as a possible “honor killing” was strangled, Pakistan police said on Wednesday.

Baby Battles Painful ‘Stone Man’ Syndrome
A one-year-old boy in Oklahoma was born with the rare disease that causes muscle to turn to bone. KFOR’s Marianne Rafferty reports.

Nicaragua’s President Picks Wife as Running Mate
Daniel Ortega, a 70-year-old former guerrilla leader, made the announcement as he registered his own candidacy for re-election.

Three Walmart Employees Charged After Shoplifter Dies
“Let me go, let me go!” the 64-year-old suspect yelled as the employees held him down, according to police.

Jetliner Explodes, Burns on Runway After Crash Landing
“The fire began to spread rapidly and by the time the fire engines got there the entire top half of the plane was on fire,” a witness told NBC News.

Lav-ha! Smiley Face Appears in Erupting Volcano
Videographers captured the erupting Kilauea volcano in Hawaii while a smile appeared in the fiery lava.

Sleepless for Sea Turtles: Scientist’s Devotion Pays Off
Donna Shaver often sleeps on the job — so she can visit incubating sea turtle eggs throughout the night during hatching season.

Pence Breaks From Trump, Endorses Ryan
Asked about his running mate’s refusal to endorse Ryan, Pence said, “I think what Donald trump said is he is not there yet.

Trump’s No Laughing Matter to Some Late Night Comics
There appears to be a growing consensus among some of the leading voices in American late-night comedy that Donald Trump just isn’t funny anymore.

Sending Your Kid to College? 10 Tips for Move-In Day
Why making the dorm room bed should be the final task of the day, and other must-read advice to make move-in day go smoothly for students and parents.

More Armed Cops Deployed to London Terror Targets
The Metropolitan Police announced plans to boost the number of armed police officers on patrol across London.

Last Surviving Birmingham Bomber Denied Parole
The parole board’s decision was applauded by the busload of NAACP members who attended the hearing.

Why Clinton Is Talking About Trump’s Temperament
Trump’s character assaults on Hillary Clinton may be his only speed when campaigning, but for Clinton and her allies, the decision is more strategic.

Allies Plot Trump Intervention Amid Turmoil
Critics question whether Trump can stay at the top of the Republican ticket without catastrophic consequences for his campaign and the GOP at large.

D.C. Transit Officer Charged With Trying to Assist ISIS
Nicholas Young was arrested without incident at the transit agency’s Washington headquarters and is due in court Wednesday afternoon.

Michael Phelps to Carry Team USA Flag in Rio
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympic athlete of all time, is set to add a unique honor to his glittering resume: flag bearer.

Teens Found Dead Behind Publix Store Were Shot in Head
Both died from a single gunshot wound to the head, the Fulton County Medical Examiner said in a statement Tuesday.

GOP Reels After Unprecedented 24 Hours From Trump
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day’s most important political stories and why they matter.

Experts Say Trump’s Muslim Ban Is ‘Absolutely Unworkable’
Facing a growing backlash over his dispute with the parents of a Muslim American Army captain killed in Iraq in 2004, Donald Trump has continued to de

Typhoon Winds Blow People Along Street

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