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What we know about the Tennessee Waffle House shooting

Authorities are searching for Travis Reinking, who is suspected of carrying out a mass shooting at a Waffle House restaurant in the Nashville area on Sunday, killing four people. 791 more words

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Waffle House shooter was once arrested by Secret Service for trespassing near White House

The man suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House in Nashville on Sunday was previously arrested by the US Secret Service for trespassing and being in a restricted area near the White House, authorities said. 497 more words

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Waffle House shooter was once arrested by Secret Service for trespassing near White House

The man suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House in Nashville on Sunday was previously arrested by the US Secret Service for trespassing and being in a restricted area near the White House, authorities said. 273 more words

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Waffle House shooter was once arrested by Secret Service for trespassing near White House

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The man suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House in Nashville on Sunday was previously arrested by the US Secret Service for trespassing and being in a restricted area near the White House, authorities said. 278 more words

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Exposing Canary Mission’s campaign against Palestinian human Rights: A Resource for College and University Leaders | Informed Comment

What is Canary Mission?

Canary Mission first appeared in the spring of 2015 with a series of online attacks on undergraduate student activists who had spoken out about the denial of Palestinians’ human rights.

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How Did Spy Services Develop in the United States?

Many Americans today would see that espionage work and spying by the United States is critical for their national security. The history of the services that have provided this, however, is more complex, and often mirrored the development and transformations that affected the US. 247 more words

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SECRET SERVICE AGENTS REFUSE TO LEAVE BARBARA BUSH'S COFFIN: 'She was one of the most gracious people we've ever protected.'

( Daily Mail ) The Secret Service agents who protected Barbara Bush for two decades after she left the White House have been standing guard over her coffin, refusing to the leave the side of the woman they say treated them like family. 248 more words

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