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Aunt arrested after niece and nephew's bodies found in her car, police say

A Baltimore woman is facing multiple charges, including child abuse resulting in death, after police found the remains of her 7-year-old niece and 5-year-old nephew in her car late Wednesday, according to the Baltimore County Police Department.
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Making Money Off New Jersey’s Law Breaking Gun Buy-Backs

Opinion New Jersey’s Law Breaking Gun Buy Back New Jersey – -( How would it sound to you to get paid by the State of New Jersey to break the law? Well, if that is appealing to you then standby because you’re not going to want to miss this. It’s no secret that New Jersey has conceivably the worst gun laws in the country. In the Garden State, subjects can only possess firearms legally under two circumstances according to the statute. If you want to possess (or purchase) a shotgu...
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Baltimore aunt found with decomposing niece, nephew in trunk of car

Nicole Johnson was charged with first-degree child abuse when Baltimore County police smelled something off and discovered the bodies of...
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Aunt accused in horrific death of two children; a neighbor remembers the family

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - The woman charged in the horrific deaths of two children is behind bars after waiving her bail review Friday. Nicole...
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Baltimore woman charged in deaths of niece, nephew found in truck during traffic stop

Police found the children's decomposing bodies during a traffic stop of a car their aunt was driving.
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Maryland aunt of children found dead in car during traffic stop drove around with them for months

The aunt of two children, ages 7 and 5, who were found dead in the trunk of a car during a Wednesday traffic stop near Baltimore had...
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U.S. Authorities Seek Documents From Troubled Covid Vaccine Manufacturer

Emergent BioSolutions, which ruined 75 million vaccine doses at its Baltimore plant, disclosed records requests from Congress and...
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Baltimore Aunt Drove Car for a Year With Kids Stuffed in Trunk: Cops

A routine traffic stop led to an “unspeakable” discovery for cops on Wednesday.
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Coronavirus live news: WHO says Delta variant not more deadly as CDC warns over transmissibility

Kenya suspends all in-person meetings and gatherings; variant now dominant in Italy, authorities sayCDC warns Delta variant far more transmissibleJapan extends Covid state of emergency for four more areasLocked down with cases rising, Sydney wonders how Delta will endThailand bans sharing of news that ‘causes public fear’UK coronavirus updates – live 5.14pm BST Drug manufacturer Emergent BioSolutions has said it has received inquiries and subpoenas from multiple US authorities related to its...
Tags: Florida, UK, Cdc, Washington, US, World news, Italy, Delta, Sydney, Who, Kenya, Baltimore, Johnson Johnson, US States, Centers for Disease Control CDC, Coronavirus® Investor Report: Top Markets Where Investors Are Impacting the Inventory Crunch

– Nationally, investors took more inventory off the market than they contributed in April; their purchases represented 5.7% of all home sales – Among the 50 largest U.S. metros, investors made the biggest contributions to inventory levels in: Atlanta, Dallas, Baltimore, Los Angeles and San Francisco – In April, investors took away the most inventory in: Phoenix, Charlotte, Miami, Tampa and Chicago Santa Clara, CA – July 29, 2021 (PRNewswire) Despite the common perception that investors ...
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Danielle Ryan’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Well hello there, /Film readers. It is I, Danielle Ryan. I’ve written as a freelancer for /Film for a while, but made the move to staff in the past few weeks. To introduce myself to you, the fine folks here have asked me to share my top 15 favorite movies. Movies have helped shape and define me, so narrowing down my top 15 felt almost impossible. Movies have been my education, my companions, and my place of refuge. When nothing else in the world made sense, I always knew my favorite films could...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Cary Grant, Los Angeles, Star Trek, Features, Chicago, Carrie Fisher, David, Ford, Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Blues, Vh1, Takashi Miike, Harrison Ford

J&J Contractor Plans to Resume COVID-19 Vaccine Production at Baltimore Plant - WSJ

(Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson contractor Emergent Biosolutions Inc plans to resume COVID-19 vaccine production at its Baltimore plant after...
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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Tests Positive for COVID-19

Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19 and missed Baltimore’s first practice of training camp.
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Baseball Report: MLB’s Trade Deadline Looms

(CBS Chicago) — With August just days away, it’s becoming easier to differentiate between the contenders and the pretenders. Also looming is MLB’s trade deadline. Friday is teams’ last chance to fill any needs going into the pennant race and, ideally, the playoffs. On the flipside, teams with expiring contracts and dwindling postseason hopes can unload players who may not be in their longer-term plans. This week’s Baseball Report looks at the looming trade deadline, the Baltimore Orioles’ sweep ...
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How a viral hoedown got started

It didn’t take much. As I noted in this July 7 post, Facebook removed three or four comments in WNY Gardeners, a 8k-member group I co-admin, for various uses of the word “hoe.” That doesn’t sound like a big deal, but one mention was from a fellow admin, which can lead to a group removal. That’s why I wrote about it. Obviously, the word gets flagged because when you take away the “e” you have another word, not usually associated with gardening. We now have an announcement in the group recommendi...
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Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Sean Anderson

 by Mike Rhode A friend at the Baltimore Comic Con tipped me to Sean Anderson's art, noting that he'd been in the Blacksad yearbook, as well as a variant cover for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin from IDW. I reached out to ask him our usual questions What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?   I do variant covers for comic books along with prints and commissions of super heroes, pop culture, etc.  I sell foil accented art prints at Co...
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Citizen’s crime livestreams are no substitute for local journalism

In May, the neighborhood crime-watch app Citizen offered its user base $30,000 to track down a suspected arsonist on live video, only to discover that they’d sent a mob of civilians after the wrong guy. Now, Citizen is covertly hiring journalists to livestream on the app at crime scenes for $25 per hour through third-party websites. I’m tired. When Citizen first hit the App Store in 2016, it was called Vigilante — it marketed itself as a platform to fight injustice with transparency, which might...
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Citizen’s crime live streams are no substitute for local journalism

In May, the neighborhood crime watch app Citizen offered its user base $30,000 to track down a suspected arsonist on live video, only to discover that they’d sent a mob of civilians after the wrong guy. Now, Citizen is covertly hiring journalists to livestream on the app at crime scenes for $25 per hour through third party websites. I’m tired. When Citizen first hit the App Store in 2016, it was called Vigilante — it marketed itself as a platform to fight injustice with transparency, which might...
Tags: Apple, Health, Apps, New York Post, La, Tech, Software, United States, Silicon Valley, App Store, Security Software, Citizen, Baltimore, Vigilante, Chris, Landon

Paddleboarding Group Isn't Worried About Falling Into Harbor

BALTIMORE (AP) — A family of ducks swam along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor as the sun rose, glimmers of pink and red reflecting off the buildings dotting the harbor. Aside from a few early-morning joggers, the harbor was still. But the ducks were about to have some company — stand-up paddleboard instructor Emily Knaus was setting up for her regular Wednesday sunrise class on a pier next to the Rusty Scupper.
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Baltimore's Mayor Unveils New Violence Prevention Plan

Baltimore’s mayor has unveiled a new violence prevention plan for the city where violent crime rates have remained high since a 2015 surge.
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Kenya Barris-Produced Documentary ‘Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali’ Will Head to Netflix

“I want to do in-your-face s**t.” This is the quote that accompanied headlines about Kenya Barris‘s departure from Netflix. In a desire to tell edgier, more diverse stories, the creator of Black-ish and co-creator (with Larry Wilmore) of its spin-off Grown-ish had walked away from a multiyear, multimillion-dollar deal with the streamer to help launch BET Studios. He hasn’t completely severed ties with Netflix, however. In fact, his name, as a producer, is now linked to a new Netflix documentary...
Tags: Movies, News, America, Netflix, Sony, Clarke, Kenya, Miami, Spike Lee, Muhammad Ali, Baltimore, David Fincher, Larry Wilmore, Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Rivera

Mainstream sites were left displaying hardcore porn after an expired domain redirected to X-rated videos

The page the 'Vid.Me' link redirected to, with graphic content blurred by Insider 5 Star HD Porn/Insider Hardcore porn made its way onto mainstream news sites including the Guardian and Washington Post. Old posts which embedded content from the site Vidme instead showed content from 5 Star HD Porn. Some sites moved quickly to remove the explicit imagery, while others appeared not to have noticed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Hardcore porn appeared on major news ...
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Top Stories this AM: Trump 'unsettled' by Giuliani's hair dye drips; more stim checks drop; Olympic (allegedly) sex-proof beds are actually pretty bouncy

Good morning and welcome to your weekday morning roundup of the top stories you need to know.For more daily and weekly briefings, sign up for our newsletters here.What's going on today: A hot stim drop. The IRS just disbursed 2.2 million more $1400 stimulus payments, but it mostly went to recent tax filers. The majority of the 2.2 million payments went to eligible individuals who did not previously file information with the IRS for an Economic Impact Payment, but have since filed a tax retur...
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Baltimore's Barbara Dale toilet paper roll pandemic art

Local Cartoonist Barbara Dale Documents Pandemic Using Toilet Paper Rolls Denise Koch July 21, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Baltimore Awards Payment to Man Arrested by Rogue Police

Baltimore’s spending board has approved over half a million dollars for a man who served four years behind bars after members of a crooked police unit arrested him on a firearm charge following a traffic stop.
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Drivers’ organization calls for Uber and Lyft strike Wednesday, will rally near LAX

LOS ANGELES — People looking to use ride-hailing services such as Lyft and Uber might be in for some difficulty Wednesday, as many drivers are conducting a one-day strike for better pay and status under the law. Rideshare Drivers United — an independent association of U.S. rideshare drivers founded in Los Angeles — is organizing the strikes in a number of cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Austin, Boston, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Denver, an...
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Police: Man Killed While Trying to Retrieve Stolen Scooter

Baltimore police say a 64-year-old man was fatally shot as he tried to get back a motorized scooter that had been stolen from him.
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A 22% surge in US coronavirus deaths is hitting unvaccinated people hardest. Experts worry about the long-term effects for vaccinated people, too.

El Paso County Medical Examiner's Office staff roll bodies in bags labeled "COVID" from refrigerated trailers into the morgue office in El Paso, Texas, on November 23, 2020. Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Reuters The US's daily coronavirus deaths surged 22% in the last week - mostly among unvaccinated Americans. Still, disease experts worry about breakthrough cases in the elderly or immunocompromised. Increased transmission could also allow the virus to mutate into a more dangerous strain. S...
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Jewelry Business Gives Portion of Profits to Those in Need

BALTIMORE (AP) — Myla Robinson has always “made stuff.” Whether it’s Shrinky Dink plastic or cicada wings, she can find a way to craft with anything.
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Two Baltimore police officers indicted in case involving alleged assault of teen

Two Baltimore police officers have been indicted in a case in which a teenager was allegedly assaulted and threatened with death by choking during a car theft investigation, according to the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office.
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