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Trump admin gave over $10 million in aid to students at unaccredited for-profit colleges The Education Department provided $10.7 million in federal loans and grants to students at for-profit unaccredited colleges, according to documents released Tuesday by the House Education and Labor Committee.

Oyster Oyster Liquor License Placard Posted in Shaw 1440 8th Street, NW across from the Giant grocery store. "Oyster Oyster is from Restaurateur Max Kuller, Chef Rob Rubba and Barman Adam Bernbach" The placard says:. "A new Retailer's Class C Restaurant with a seating capacity of 40 and Total Occupancy Load of 80.

Support for impeachment inches up in poll In particular, support for impeachment surged among independent voters, 45 percent of whom now back impeaching Trump, while 32 percent oppose it. In general, 46 percent of Americans said they support impeachment, compared to 40 percent who said they oppose it.

NAACP Calls for Independent Investigation of Prince George's Arrest The Prince George's County chapter of the NAACP is calling for an independent investigation after a man was left partially paralyzed during a traffic stop. The NAACP is pushing back after viewing police dash-cam video that recorded part of the incident.

Today in Hawks around Town Thanks to Cortlynn for sending: "We saw this hawk at Banneker rec center playground! It was hunting a squirrel and then came and perched on the top of the play watching us!

Sweet City Ride Thanks to DC-3 for sending. Sweet City Ride is made possible by readers like you!

Fox News's Bret Baier calls Trump's attacks on media 'a problem' I don't love - that's a bad phrase. Putin says he doesn't share 'excitement' about Greta Thunberg's UN speech MORE, the network's news and polling divisions have recently come under fire after surveys showed Trump trailing some 2020 Democratic contenders.

Boy Who Survived 11-Story Fall Celebrates 3rd Birthday With Takoma Park Officer A little boy who fell out of an 11th floor window in Takoma Park, Maryland, last month is celebrating his third birthday and recovering well, police say. The toddler landed in a pile of bushes and mulch at the Park Ritchie apartments at 7600 Maple Avenue on Sept.

2 guilty in $1B fraud as feds auction Burt Reynolds Trans Am - Two employees of a San Francisco Bay Area solar energy company pleaded guilty Tuesday to participating in what federal prosecutors say was a massive scheme that defrauded investors of $1 billion.

Body of missing Alabama girl found; 2 being charged - Police in Alabama say they've found the body of a 3-year-old girl who has been missing more than a week, and they're charging two people with murder. Birmingham Police Chief Patrick Smith told a news conference Tuesday night that the remains of Kamille McKinney were located in a trash bin taken to a landfill.

The Latest: California fire danger may bring more blackouts LOS ANGELES - The Latest on California wildfires and possible pre-emptive power shutoffs :. Southern California Edison is warning it could cut power later in the week to about 132,000 customers in 6 counties to prevent winds from damaging electrical equipment and starting wildfires.

Venezuelan lawmaker stripped of protection in power struggle CARACAS, Venezuela - Lawmakers loyal to Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro have stripped the legal protections of an opposition politician, exposing him to potential criminal prosecution amid a struggle for control of the crisis-torn nation.

The Latest: Soto homer in 4th ties score 2-2 HOUSTON - The Latest on the World Series :. Juan Soto tied the score 2-2 leading off the fourth when he drove a high fastball on the outside corner to the opposite field and onto the train tracks in left, 417 feet away.

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Professor's survey in Michigan criticized for racist remarks - A survey by a Michigan State University professor to determine how people respond to derogatory online comments has sparked outrage because it included racist statements. Saleem Alhabash, an associate professor of public relations and social media, sent his survey to select students Monday.

The Latest: Ex-police chief pleads guilty to bank fraud HONOLULU - The Latest on a retired police chief and his wife pleading guilty in a federal corruption investigation :. A former Honolulu police chief has pleaded guilty to bank fraud, capping a federal corruption investigation against him and his wife, an ex-deputy city prosecutor.

Trump finds no simple fix in Syria, other world hotspots WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's plan to reverse America's involvement in "endless wars" has run up against a difficult truth: When it comes to national security, rarely can a simple solution solve a complex problem.

Friends Remember Bethesda CEO Killed by Stray Bullet in NC He was a scientist, a professor, a CEO and a family man. John Holaday accomplished a lot in life, but had a lot more he wanted to do. His dreams were cut short by a stray bullet when he was on a business trip. News4’s Darcy Spencer spoke to some of his friends and colleagues.

Kim orders South's buildings at resort in North be destroyed SEOUL, South Korea - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered the destruction of South Korean-made hotels and other tourist facilities at the North's Diamond Mountain resort, apparently because Seoul won't defy international sanctions and resume South Korean tours at the site.

Exceptions for rape, incest removed as South Carolina lawmakers advance 'heartbeat' abortion bill A South Carolina Senate subcommittee on Tuesday advanced a "heartbeat" abortion bill after Republican lawmakers removed exceptions for rape and incest.

Marleau and others missed camp but haven't missed a beat Peter DeBoer should have known better. He heard the stories of how Patrick Marleau and longtime Sharks teammate Joe Thornton trained in the offseason well before he got to San Jose. Still, he was amazed at how the 40-year-old Marleau jumped back on to the ice after no training camp and scored twice in his first game.

Trump hotel cancels Christian aid group's event to support the Kurds: report A prayer event for the Kurdish people that was scheduled for this week at President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says he doesn't want NYT in the White House Veterans group backs lawsuits to halt Trump's use of military funding for border wall Schiff punches back after GOP censure resolution fails MORE's hotel in D.C.

Fire burning for 2nd day disrupts center of New Zealand city WELLINGTON, New Zealand - A fire burning for a second day at a convention center that was under construction in New Zealand's largest city is causing more disruption and casting doubt on whether the building will be ready to host a meeting of world leaders in 2021.

Race for Virginia Senate Seat in Loudoun County Gaining Attention One of the most pivotal races for both parties in Virginia is an open state senate seat in a district that runs from Loudoun County into Prince William. Both candidates are well known to voters — one already a delegate, the other a county supervisor.

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