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Woman found strangled in Schaumburg apartment, police say

Woman found strangled in Schaumburg apartment, police say

Police are waiting for crime lab results to confirm whether or not the woman was sexually assaulted, the department says. Police performed a well being check at her address after Thraser did not show up for church. Police are now speaking with Thrasher's family and friends and are asking anyone with information or surveillance video to come forward. Thrasher had a female roommate who was out of town for the holiday weekend, authorities said.



Trump, First Lady Welcome Attendees to 139th White House Easter Egg Roll

First lady Melania Trump gave a shoutout Monday to USA troops as she welcomed visitors to the 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll. About 35,000 people attended a year ago, when then-first lady Michelle Obama organized a carnival-like affair with pop singers, celebrity chefs and professional sports stars.



Donald Trump is starting a war

Beijing isn't so sure and doesn't like such sophisticated radar being able to peer into Chinese territory. And Sunday morning, Trump tweeted in defense of his decision not to label China a currency manipulator, saying "they are working with us on the North Korean problem".


United passenger says cops laughed as they dragged doc off flight

United passenger says cops laughed as they dragged doc off flight

Videos of Dao being dragged down the aisle of a flight from Chicago to Louisville on Sunday sparked a furor on social media and prompted United CEO Oscar Munoz to apologize on Wednesday and promise that an incident like this "will never happen again".


Arkansas AG working to overturn decisions halting executions

Arkansas AG working to overturn decisions halting executions

The state's mixture of drugs used in executions has brought legal challenges, and Baker's ruling on Saturday also raised questions about whether one of them, midazolam, was effective enough at preventing pain during executions. Baker's ruling prompted McKesson Corp., a medical supply company, to ask Pulaski County Judge Wendell Griffen to vacate his Friday order blocking the executions over the company's claims the vecuronium bromide was sold to the state for medical purposes, not lethal ...